Candy Rookie Ricci Cordero Is Here To Use Her Voice And Inspire The Youth

Ricci is part of Candy Rookies 2020, a group of influential and aspirational college students handpicked to represent #GenerationCandy in the year to come.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Jan 2, 2020
Image: Rxandy Capinpin
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School: De La Salle University

Year and Course: 2nd year, Early Childhood Education

Age: 19

Instagram: RicciCordero

If there was one thing Ricci Cordero is particularly enthusiastic about, it would have to be using her voice and influence to inspire young people like her. Whether it be through creating content online or pursuing a career in education, this Green Archer recognizes the importance of playing our respective roles in making the world better for us and the future generations.

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Ricci shares that she took up Early Childhood Education because she hopes to inspire and educate children. “I see myself leaving an impact by setting an example to the youth, to be and to accept themselves,” says Ricci.

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As a Candy Rookie, Ricci is more than ready to step out of her comfort zone, discover her true potential, and collaborate with peers who share the same amount of passion as her.

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Ricci is part of Candy Rookies 2020, a group of influential and aspirational college students handpicked to represent #GenerationCandy in the year to come.

Photography: Rxandy Capinpin

Art Direction: Hannah Villafuerte

Team Art Director: Jico Joson

Producers: Ysabel Y. Yuzon and Mylene Mendoza

Shoot Coordination: Lou Ferrer

Styling: Van Mercado

Makeup: Angela Manhilot

Hair: Edgardo Laroya

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