Jolo Revilla is currently in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., where he is taking up a five-day executive education program for emerging leaders.
On November 6, the 30-year-old actor-politician posted on his Instagram account a photo showing the façade of Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
The Cavite vice governor captioned the photo: "Truly honored to mark this milestone in my personal and professional life as I partake in the Executive Education for Emerging Leaders of Harvard Kennedy School."
According to the school's website, the session dates for the program will be from November 4 to 9. The fee costs $8,800 of PHP467,192.
Jolo filed his certificate of candidacy (COC) last October, and will seek another term as Cavite vice governor in the 2019 mid-term elections.
Meanwhile, two local politicians have also been attending the same sessions at the Harvard Kennedy School.
San Juan City Vice Mayor Janella Estrada, daughter of Senator Jinggoy Estrada, posted on her Facebook account her photo with Jolo and San Juan, La Union Councilor Migz Magsaysay. It was taken within the premises of the Ivy League school last November 4, Sunday.
Janella and Migz both filed their COCs last October, and will run for mayor of their respective hometowns in the May 2019 elections.