Student blogs offer new recruiting tool

This story in eSN shares about US colleges/universities engaging students to blog to advertise student life to potential/future students.
Saw this interesting bit in pg 2:
“I know that there are people who contributed to newsgroups in the early nineties, who never imagining that someone would Google them in 2005, …”
Looking ahead, our students’ blogs today may soon become part of their CV/resume when they look for a job tomorrow. yah, y not? highly likely to be so *hmm*

National Interschool Blogging Championship – Final Round

Yesterday is our National Day, and it’s also the day that our final round for NIBC started. 20 secondary schools and 5 JCs will be competing in this round. Here’s the list:
Secondary Schools (in alphabetical order)
1. Anglican High School
2. Bowen Secondary School
3. Canberra Secondary School
4. CHIJ St Joseph’s Convent
5. CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School
6. CHIJ St Theresa’s Convent
7. Chung Cheng High School
8. Dunman Secondary School
9. Fairfield Methodist Secondary School
10. Gan Eng Seng School
11. Holy Innocents� High School
12. Hougang Secondary School
13. Nanyang Girls� High School
14. Pasir Ris Secondary School
15. Raffles Girls’ Secondary School
16. Riverside Secondary School
17. Si Ling Secondary School
18. Telok Kurau Secondary School
19. Yishun Town Secondary School
20. Zhonghua Secondary School
Junior Colleges (in alphabetical order)
1. Anderson Junior College
2. Anglo-Chinese Junior College
3. Raffles Junior College
4. Victoria Junior College
5. Yishun Junior College
The sub-theme for this final round of competition is “Technology and Me”. To check out the action, visit Campusmoblog today 🙂