Senator Alan Cayetano Educational Assistance | Philippine Scholarship

Senator Alan Cayetano Scholarship and educational assistance

Senator Alan believes that to effectively fight corruption and strive for good governance, Filipinos must be empowered through education. Since 2007, the senator has been providing educational assistance to deserving students in all levels, from elementary to college, in cooperation with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

 

In 2014, there were about 6,350 high school students who earned the educational assistance program of the Senator Alan Peter Cayetano. The scholarship covers the tuition and other miscellaneous fees on the first year.

 

Education officials estimate more graduating high school students will benefit from the Cayetano Law. Access to quality education is a right, not a privilege, even at the tertiary level. The Senator seeks to provide Filipino families, especially the poor, the kind of education that would make their lives better.

 

Many of the students looking scholarship and help from Senator Alan Cayetano complained that this scholarship may not be current at all. Our team has no idea about this, but one thing for sure, they were not replying to emails.  One of the students said that the office of Senator Alan Cayetano does not even know about this. (Feedback from students as of 2018)

 

If you look at the Senator’s website, the scholarship is still there and live, http://alanpetercayetano.com/educational-assistance. I just hope they would update it or at least answer their emails and inquiries. The scholarship program is very promising, but none of the students got a reply.

 

 

Requirements

Certificate of registration

Official receipt

Photocopy of school ID

 

Further reading, http://alanpetercayetano.com/educational-assistance

 

 

Submit your application to

Senator Alan Peter Cayetano

Senate of the Philippines

Room 601 GSIS Complex

Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City

Telephone: 02 552 6601 to 70 local 5518/ 5520

Email: alancayetano@yahoo.com

 

 

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Tapulanga Foundation Educational Scholarships

The Tapulanga Educational Scholarship program provides tuition, books allowance, and lunch to students attending at the St. Francis of Assisi School. The school, St. Francis Assisi offers kindergarten to high school education to almost 500 students. The mission of the school is to provide quality Christian education to the children of the farm workers.

 

The Tapulanga Foundation understands that back-to-school time is usually the most stressful time for low income families who cannot afford to send their kids to school. That is why they offered scholarships for those students who are studying in St. Francis Assisi school.

 

The Tapulanga Foundation Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization that helps provide educational, healthcare and micro-credit assistance to communities in the Hda. Tinihiban and neighboring areas.

 

Established in 2001 and based in Silay City, the main project of the foundation is providing educational scholarships of St. Francis of Assisi School located just outside Silay City, Negros Occidental.

 

The Tapulanga foundation holds various activities and campaigns every year. The scholarship program provides tuition scholarships including learning activity sheets and school supplies with backpacks.

 

The school’s mission is to provide quality Christian education to the children of farm workers. St Francis of Assisi School offers kindergarten to high school education to almost 500 students.

 

It is always with excitement that the annual benefit dinners of the Tapulanga Foundation are met. Frequent attendees to their silent auction know that bidders often get good deals from the auction items. The benefit dinners they held in the past continues to support the education of their scholars and in support of the St Francis of Assisi School in Silay City.

 

The benefit dinner proceeds, scholarships, and donations go a long way in providing good quality and wholesome education for many children. The following is an update of the program as of 2016

 

  • 438 scholars, teachers, and staff received Christmas gift packages in 2015;
  • 176 students, teachers and staff received an eco-bag with Noche Buena grocery;
  • 18 students got senior high school scholarships and seven scholars continue to go to college (UP-Visayas, USLS, Colegio de San Agustin, and CHMSC-Talisay);
  • 192 children were able to join the Silay summer workshop;
  • 240 families were given Noche Buena gift packages;
  • 100 new scholars earned full scholarships;
  • Out of the 712 enrollees in SFAS, 445 received full scholarship from Tapulanga Foundation!
  • 343 scholars, all teachers and staff receive free lunch meal every day (yes, you can sponsor a student’s school lunch).

 

For over 10 years of granting educational assistance, the Tapulanga Foundation has inspired students in gaining quality education. One of their goals is to provide summer workshops and give continuous learning to the children during their summer break.

 

Aside from receiving financial benefits for school related expenses, the scholars have been treated to free summer workshops, medical benefits and enriching field trips.

 

Further reading, http://www.tapulanga.org/education/

 

Submit your application to

Tapulanga Foundation Inc.

No. 28 Generoso – Gamboa Street, Silay City 6116

Negros Occidental, Philippines

Telephone: 0998 173 2788 or 034 495 0936

Email: mgolez@tapulanga.org

 

USA

Friends of Tapulanga (USA)

8511 Black Star Circle

Columbia, MD 21045

Telephone: +1 410 707 7425

Email: fot@tapulanga.org

 

 

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Megaworld Foundation Scholarship Program

This scholarship program is sponsored by the Megaworld Foundation. With an average of 100 college scholars in its early years, the Megaworld Foundation is currently supporting more than 400 students a year. These students show academic excellence in the fields of business, engineering, accountancy, information technology, architecture, communication arts, interior design, social sciences, hotel and restaurant management and tourism.

 

Recently, the Megaworld Foundation has added high school scholarships for both public and private high schools. Besides the full scholarship grants, the scholars also receive stipend and allowances.

 

Manila to help bright, but needy students in realizing their dreams. With the need for continuous investment in human development, the scholarship program has grown for the past years.

 

In addition to its scholarship grants, the foundation has extended time and money to charitable causes. It gave financial support to more than 70 institutions.

 

With an average of 100 college scholars in its early years, the foundation is currently supporting more than 400 students a year. These students have shown academic excellence in the fields of business, engineering, accountancy, information technology, architecture, communication arts, interior design, social sciences, hotel and restaurant management and tourism.

 

 

Eligibility

College applicants must have no failing grade

Must not be enjoying any other scholarship from in and out of the institution

Physically fit to pursue the degree

Of good character and has never been reprimanded by the Office for Student Services or by any institution

 

 

Requirements

For applicants who are incoming freshmen:

Final grade report in fourth year high school with an average of at least 85% or its equivalent, and with at least 80% grade in all subjects (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

A certificate of upper 10% class ranking of graduating batch (original copy)

A passing result of university entrance exam, letter of admission or certificate of enrollment (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

 

 

For applicants who are incoming sophomores and juniors:

All grade reports from previous to current semester with a GPA of at least 85% or its equivalent, and with at least 80% grade in all subjects (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

A full load enrollment assessment / registration form w/ class schedule (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

Complete course curriculum (photocopy)

 

 

General Requirements

Income Tax Return (ITR) not exceeding PhP300,000.00 combined gross annual income (original copy) / Affidavit and BIR Certification of Tax Exemption of Father and Mother or Guardian Birth Certificate (original copy).

Birth certificate (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

Endorsement letter from the College/ University (original copy)

Utility Bills such as electricity, water, internet, etc. (photocopy but need to bring the original for verification)

2 2X2 I.D. pictures

2 1X1 I.D. pictures

Photograph of Applicant with family/guardian

NBI Clearance

* Upon completion of the above requirements, the applicant shall be asked to fill out certain documents and shall undergo exams and interviews to further assess qualifications.

 

* Applications with incomplete details and requirements will not be processed.

 

 

Benefits

Full tuition fee (late charges, installment fee, graduation fees are not included)

Allowance of P20,000 per school year

Career opportunity at Megaworld Corporation and/or its subsidiaries and affiliates

 

Further reading, http://www.megaworldfoundation.com/OurWork/ScholarshipProgram.aspx

 

 

Partner schools

Adamson University

Angeles University Foundation

Ateneo de Manila University

Centro Escolar University – Manila

Chiang Kai Shek College

Colegio de San Juan de Letran – Calamba

De La Salle University – Manila

De La Salle College St. Benilde

Far Eastern University – Manila

Far Eastern University – Institute of Technology

Grace Christian College

Jose Rizal University

Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila

Manila Tytana College

Mapua Institute of Technology – Intramuros

Miriam College

National University

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Mesa

San Beda College – Manila

San Sebastian College – Recoletos

Technological Institute of the Philippines

Technological University of the Philippines

University of the East

University of the Philippines – Diliman

University of Santo Tomas

 

 

Submit your application to

The school you are trying to study

Step 1: Secure an application form for scholarship from the center for scholarships and financial assistance or office assigned for scholarship programs.

Step 2: Fill out the form and submit the required documents on or before the given deadline.

Step 3: You will be interviewed by the coordinator or maybe guidance counselor of the school or university of your choice.

Step 4: The coordinator will inform you if you passed the scholarship exam and interviews, and also, if your application has been approved.

 

 

Contact information for inquiries only

Megaworld Foundation Inc.

19th Floor, Alliance Global Tower

11th Avenue corner 36th Street

Uptown Bonifacio, Taguig City, Philippines

Telephone: 02 894 6437 to 38

Email: csr1@megaworldcorp.com

 

 

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A Better Chance Foundation Scholarship

The A Better Chance Foundation believes in every child’s potential and dream. They created scholarship programs for the poor that would be appropriately suited to their living conditions, such as the Night High School Scholarship Program, and the College Scholarship Program.

 

In SY 2001-2002, ABC Foundation started its Scholarship Program with the Educational Research Development Assistance (ERDA) Foundation by sponsoring 29 pre-school classes, or 1,015 scholars around Metro Manila and other provinces.

 

In S.Y. 2002-2003, ABC Foundation started its partnership with Siena College, Taytay, Rizal by sponsoring 40 scholars under their Night High School Scholarship Program.

 

In S.Y. 2007-2008, the first Night High Class at Siena College, Taytay, Rizal graduated from their 5-year scholarship program, and to help them further, ABC Foundation launched its College Scholarship Program to sponsor bright Night High graduates to any state university/college of their choice.

 

The Foundation, in cooperation with the government and other learning institutions as well as in collaboration with targeted families and communities, aims to provide financial assistance to economically challenged but properly motivated children to enable them to pursue quality preschool, elementary, secondary as well as college education.

 

 

Night High School Scholarship Program

The foundation sponsors the 6 year Night High School Scholarship Program with partner schools Sienna College, Taytay, Rizal, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, Quezon City, and St. Dominic Academy in Pulilan, Bulacan.

 

The program provides an opportunity for the financially challenged 6th grade graduates to attain quality secondary education from a private institution like the Sienna College.

 

Night High scholars are selected from applicants residing in communities adjacent to Siena College, Taytay, Quezon City, San Jose del Monte, and Pulilan, Bulacan.   Posters are placed throughout the communities inviting drop-outs or potential drop-outs to attend testing at the school.

 

They must first pass an entrance exam similar to the one given to regular paying students.  Once they pass the entrance exam, they are then interviewed.

 

After the applicant and their parents are interviewed, a social worker visits their home and community to verify their economic status.  Only after the applicant passes this 3-step process can he/she qualify to be a Night High Scholar.

 

Night High classes are from 3:30 in the afternoon to 8:30 at night.  Since the total daily hours of study are less than the standard day time class hours, the program has been designed as a 6-year course.

 

It costs P3,500.00 to sponsor one Night High Scholar for one year in Siena College, Taytay, Quezon City,  San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, St. Dominic Academy, Pulilan, Bulacan, and St. James Academy, Plaridel, Bulacan.

 

This amount covers their uniforms and books, tuition fees and miscellaneous expenses such as field trips and laboratory fees.

 

Further reading, http://www.abetterchancefoundation.org.ph/?page_id=27

 

 

College Scholarship Program

Every year, the A Better Chance Foundation offers college scholarships to 10 outstanding Night High School graduates from the Siena College. The college applicants undergo a selection process that involves taking college level aptitude exams, writing essays and several interviews.

 

The College Scholarships are offered to high school graduates interested in attending state of public colleges or universities only.

 

Further reading, http://www.abetterchancefoundation.org.ph/?page_id=29

 

 

Submit your application to

A Better Chance Foundation

3rd Level, Topy’s Place

Industria cor. Economia Sts.

Bagumbayan, Quezon City 1110

Telephone: 02 636 4153 or 02 632 9664

E-mail: abetterchance_foundation@yahoo.com

lewis.edwards@abetterchancefoundation.org.ph

 

 

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Paglaum Scholarship Cebu Province

The Provincial Government, through the Provincial Women’s Commission, created the Paglaum Scholarship program intended for the children of indigent parents, drug surrenderers or were victims of abuse. This P10 million tertiary scholarship program invites applicants from the Cebu province. On its launch, the Paglaum accepted 3rd year and 4th year college students who could not afford to continue their studies due to financial constraints. The next year, they accepted incoming first years.

 

In 2017, around 29 Paglaum scholars who were accommodated as summer job employees received P4,000 to P5,000 after Gov Hilario P. Davide III and Vice Gov Agnes Magpale handed their summer pay. The Capitol hires students during summer time from PESO or SPES with a minimum pay as provided by RA 9547.

 

This year, 2018, the Cebu provincial government is giving out additional 157 slots for the Paglaum scholarship grant. Considering the P10 million budget, only 500 slots were allocated for the program before. As the screening process progressed, the vice governor saw the need to accommodate more.

 

More students want to avail of the grant because they are those who are financially challenged but not necessarily intelligent. At present around 700 indigent students are sent by the provincial government to various colleges.

 

The Paglaum scholarship is just one of the programs run by the provincial government. There is also the CTEAP for top performing students.

 

 

Eligibility

Age 16 to 30 years upon acceptance

Highly trainable

Not a recipient of any other public or private grants

From a family whose income is below the poverty threshold

Able to maintain a passing grade in all subjects

 

Paglaum Scholarship Cebu Province Eligibility Requirements

 

Preferred candidates, preferential option is given to applicants who are

Victims of any form of abuse

Rape

Human trafficking or trafficking in persons

Substance abuse

Domestic violence

 

 

Also, preferential option is for those people living in challenging circumstances

Dysfunctional family

Solo parent

Deceased parent(s)

Differently-abled parents

Drug dependents

Marginalized sectors

Jailed parent(s)

 

Further reading, http://www.cebu.gov.ph/announcement/paglaum-scholarship-program/

 

Benefits

P10,000 subsidy for school expenses

P1,500 monthly subsistence

 

 

Requirements

Copy of applicant’s birth certificate

Parents’ consent and guarantee of support

Case summary, duly prepared and signed by the Local Social Worker and approved by the PSWDO

Medical Certificate, duly prepared and signed by the Local Health Officer

Psychological Evaluation Report, duly prepared and signed by a Licensed Psychologist of a government facility of Guidance Counsellor of the applicant’s school of origin

Copy of the applicant’s Report Card during the last school year attended

 

 

Download the application here, http://www.cebu.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/PAGLAUM-FORM.pdf

Or see the PDF here

PAGLAUM-FORM

 

 

 

Submit your application to

Heddah V. Largo

GAD Focal Person

4F Legislative Building

Capitol Compound, Cebu City 6000, Philippines

Telephone: 032 888 2372 or 032 254 1212

 

 

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Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation ALS Program And Scholarships

In pursuit of the education advocacy of Cebuana Lhuillier that highlights the continuous pursuit for education, the Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation Inc. (CLFI) implemented the Alternative Learning System (ALS), along with its 3 other initiatives that emphasize the value of education, namely

Nationwide Scholarship Program

Spiritual and Social Enhancement Program

Special Projects on Education

 

Jean Henri Lhuillier directed the establishment of the Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation Inc. (CLFI) to serve as the corporate vehicle of the company for sharing their blessings to the Filipino community. Formerly called PJ Lhuillier Foundation Inc, the CLFI was established on December 28, 2000 as a non-stock, non-profit charitable organization and was officially rebranded in August 2013.

 

Known for administering poverty alleviation measures to underserved and disadvantaged individuals and sectors nationwide, CLFI has undertaken numerous projects under its 4 key advocacies.

 

Established in 2013 with the Department of Education, the ALS provides academic, livelihood, spiritual and social education to former out-of-school youth and adults in the elementary and secondary levels.

 

 

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”

 

 

So far, the CLFI has established 31 ALS centers in different communities, where some were located in calamity stricken areas of Tacloban, Bohol, Eastern Samar, and Northern Cebu. In line with its goal of further expanding the reach of its education advocacy, Cebuana Lhuillier, through its social responsibility arm Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation, Inc. (CLFI), has launched seven new Alternative Learning System (ALS) centers in the city of Makati, increasing the current number of its ALS centers to 73 nationwide, nine of which are all located in various barangays in Makati City.

 

These Cebuana Lhuillier ALS centers were equipped with improved facilities and programs that aim to help more Filipinos get better jobs. leading to higher income. The program allows more people, especially the low income households in the Philippines, access to more provisions so  they can build better lives for themselves and their families.

 

The foundation moves forward in pursuing its core goal, which is to make education accessible to all Filipinos from different walks of life.  The DualTech Training center is one of its partner institutions for the scholarship.

 

 

PJ Lhuillier Foundation

The Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation is formerly PJ Lhuillier Foundation Inc. PJ created the nationwide scholarship program to help the country’s economy by giving scholarships to deserving students including the handicapped youth. The P.J. Lhuillier, Inc. (PJLI) is the proud parent company of the Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop, one of the leading and largest non-bank financial services provider in the Philippines with over 1,800 branches nationwide.

 

 

Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation Inc

Formerly called PJ Lhuillier Foundation, Inc., CLFI was established on December 28, 2000 as a non-stock, non-profit charitable organization and was officially rebranded in August 2013. In pursuit of P.J. Lhuillier Group of Companies’ corporate value of social responsibility, Jean Henri Lhuillier, directed the establishment of Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation, Inc. (CLFI) to serve as the corporate vehicle of the company for sharing their blessings to the Filipino community.

 

 

Alternative Learning Program

The Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a parallel learning system in the Philippines administered by the Department of Education (DepEd) that provides a practical option to the existing formal instruction. This in an alternate or substitute to formal education when a person does not have access to formal schooling. The program only allows learners to attend sessions based on a schedule agreed upon by both the students and facilitators.

 

You can find the list of the alternative learning centers for Luzon when you click this link http://cebuanalhuillierals.com/learning-centers/luzon

 

You can find the list of the alternative learning centers for Visayas when you click this link http://cebuanalhuillierals.com/learning-centers/visayas

 

You can find the list of the alternative learning centers for Mindanao when you click this link http://cebuanalhuillierals.com/learning-centers/mindanao

 

Lhuillier said a total of 1,373 out-of-school youth and adult learners will currently benefit from the program who will receive not only academic education but also livelihood skills and spiritual guidance.

 

Under the MoA, DepEd will be responsible for the payment and salaries and other benefits of the mobile teachers to be assigned to the 16 CLCs.

 

College Scholarships and TechVoc Eligibility

With at least 20 Cebuana Lhuillier pawning and/or Pera Padala remittance transactions.

With general average not lower than 85% or its equivalent from the last semester/ school attended without a failing mark in any subject.

Must be taking full time studies in a bachelor’s degree program (undergraduate) or technical-vocational course ( six month minimum program).

Must be of good moral character duly certified by an official in the last school attended.

 

See PDF for clearer instructions

Cebuana Lhuillier Scholarship

 

How and where to apply for the scholarship?

Interested applicants may apply at any Cebuana Lhuillier branch. Applicants must fully accomplish and submit the Scholarship Form (CLFI Form 02) with the following documents to any Cebuana Lhuillier branch nationwide:

  1. Copy of grades from the previous semester/4th yr. report card for freshmen
  2. Enrollment form (current semester)
  3. Proof of family income (e.g. ITR, affidavit)
  4. Certificate of good moral character
  5. Proof of at least twenty (20) CL pawning and/or Pera Padala transactions from January 2011 up to present
  6. Proof that the student is the client or the client’s spouse, daughter/son, or sibling (birth certificate of the applicant (applicable for son/daughter of the client); Birth certificates of the applicant and the client (applicable for sibling of the client); marriage contract/ certificate (applicable for the spouse of the client)

 

 

Benefits/Privileges

The financial assistance is PhP10, 000 per semester or PhP20, 000 a year. There are 10 slots for   each CL Business Region or a total of 80 slots nationwide.

 

 

Selection process

Selection Process is the same with Scholarship with Partner Academic Institutions except that applications are submitted to the Branches/ Areas of Cebuana Lhuillier.

 

 

Further reading, http://cebuanalhuillierfoundation.com/education/scholarship-program

 

 

Submit your application to

Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation Inc.

Mr. MJ Torne

Telephone: 02 759 9859 to 61 or 02 759 9888 local 1779

Email: matorne@pjlhuillier.com

 

Contact information

Cebuana Lhuiller Foundation Inc.

Unit 17G Petron Megaplaza Condominium

Senator Gil Puyat Avenue

Makati City, Philippines

Telephone: 02 759 9861 or 02 759 9859

GLOBE 0917-8122737

SMART 0918-8122737

Email: cebuanacares@pjlhuillier.com

 

Contact information of the P.J. Lhuillier Foundation Inc.

3/F Cebuana Lhuillier Building

#821 JP Rizal Street

Poblacion Makati City, Philippines

Telephone: 02 897 9194

Email: pj_lhuillierfoundation@yahoo.com

 

Contact details of the Cebuana Lhuillier Alternative Learning System

Unit 17-G Petron Megaplaza Condominium

Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City

Telephone 759-9861 or 759-9859

 

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Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) Online Voucher Application Portal

The Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) created the Online Voucher Application Portal to help incoming Senior High School students pay their tuition fees. Students finishing Grade 10 in March are eligible to be part of the Senior High School Voucher Program. If a student finishes in a public school, the student is automatically a Voucher Program Beneficiary. The same is true for Grade 10 students in private schools who are part of the Education Service Contracting (ESC) program of the Department of Education.

 

To know whether or not you are part of these pre-qualified beneficiaries, please see your school Principal or Registrar. Students who are not pre-qualified as beneficiaries need to undergo an application and screening process.

 

Grade 10 completers from public need to present the Grade 10 Report Card to the school where you want to enroll, together with the other documents that the school may require from you. Your Grade 10 Report Card should bear your Learner Reference Number. You may not print a voucher certificate.

 

ESC participating schools are required to issue an ESC Certificate to its graduates. This certificate is what you will present to the school where you want to enroll. Grade 10 completers from private schools who are ESC Grantees do not need to print a voucher certificate.

 

You are free to enroll in any school you choose. The voucher can be used in any private Senior High School provider or State/Local Universities and Colleges.

 

Click below to start the application

Your Online Voucher Application Portal

 

How to apply?

Go to the link provided above, and click the “Apply Now”.

Provide your email address and set a password for the PEAC Online Voucher Portal.

Check your email confirmation and click the link to verify and activate your PEAC Online Voucher Portal Account you just created.

Answer the application form. Fill out the form.

After you complete the form, download and print the Confirmation Slip.

Deadline of Application is February 28 of each year.

 

The PEAC shall process all complete applications and supporting documents. DepEd shall release the results on the 2nd quarter of the year. Successful applicants may download their Qualified Voucher Recipient certificate through their OVAP account.

 

Through the SHS VP, the DepEd engages the non-DepEd Senior High School providers to enroll qualified voucher recipients from both Public and Private Junior High Schools.

 

Once qualified voucher recipients are enrolled in non-DepEd Senior High School providers, the DepEd will provide assistance to these students through a voucher subsidy paid to the non-DepEd Senior High School provider.

 

 

A little about PEAC

The Fund for Assistance to Private Education, or FAPE, was created on November 5, 1968 by Executive Order No. 156, in implementation of the project agreement between the Philippine and United States governments to establish a permanent trust fund that would address the needs of the private education sector in the country.

 

In the 1960s, the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations, or COCOPEA, campaigned for a share in the Special Education Fund, which was from the surplus funds authorized by the War Damage Act of 1962.

 

The private education sector successfully convinced the Philippine government that it has an important role to play in nation-building such that it not only deserved but also needed to be assisted financially.

 

The trustee of FAPE is the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC), which is headed by the Secretary of Education as its chairman.

 

PEAC is also composed of representatives from the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA); Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP); Association of Christian Schools, Colleges, and Universities (ACSCU); and the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU).

 

Through the years, the management of the Fund has evolved to cover other programs of assistance to the private education sector and with it an organization that helps the PEAC.

 

Recently renamed the PEAC National Secretariat (so as not to confuse with the trust fund), the organization, as directed by the PEAC, manages and develops programs of assistance to private education and participates in initiatives affecting the sector.

 

Presently, it manages the Education Service Contracting and Teacher Salary Subsidy components of the GASTPE Program of the Department of Education, the In-Service Training Program, and the Research Program, among others.

 

This is the published guideline for the PEAC SHS Voucher Application. I am sure it would be almost the same each year. Read the PDF below

DO-60-s.-2017

 

 

 

Submit your application to

Private Education Assistance Committee Online Voucher Portal

 

 

PEAC Senior High School Voucher Program

 

 

Contact information

Private Education Assistance Committee

5F Salamin Building 197 Salcedo Street.

Legaspi Village, Makati City

Email: shs.vms@fape.org.ph

 

PEAC National Secretariat

197 Salcedo Street

5th Floor Salamin Building

Makati City

Telephone: 02 840 6000 local 101, 102

 

 

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Del Monte Foundation Scholarship Program Mindanao

The Del Monte Foundation provides opportunity for incoming first year high school students who may want to study in any public or national high school in selected municipalities and also, incoming first year college students who wish to study in state colleges and universities designated by DMFI.

 

The Del Monte Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit organization with education programs geared towards socioeconomic and cultural growth of the communities. To achieve its vision, the foundation will help promote social progress through rural education, youth development, and technical skills training.

 

The qualifying exam is open to incoming first year high school students who will study in any public or national high school in selected municipalities and to incoming first year college students who wish to study in state colleges and universities designated by DMFI.

 

The application forms, required documents, and a P200 testing fee per applicant will be collected by the DMFI on the exam day. Examinees must bring at least 2 sharpened pencils.

 

The foundation promotes short term technical skill courses as an alternative to college education. Fully equipped workshops welcome students in food processing, commercial cooking, baking, electronics, welding and woodworking.

 

 

Eligibility

  • Permanent resident of municipalities or cities in Bukidnon or Misamis Oriental
  • Parent’s combined annual gross family income is P150,000 or less or falls within the set of DSWD poverty income level
  • Applicant must belong to the top 10 of the graduating class
  • Must pass the DMFI scholarship qualifying exam and panel interview

 

 

Requirements

  • Fully accomplished application form with 2×2 ID picture
  • Copy of birth certificate
  • School certification that applicant belongs to top 10 of graduating class
  • Testing fee of P200 and 2 sharpened pencils on the exam day

 

The foundation employs a framework for identifying and selecting community projects, in coordination with the Del Monte plantation and cannery teams. This is in line with their policies and procedures for CSR projects.

 

The foundation has served close to 100,000 community residents through scholarships and education, capacity building, home care and community health, youth development and other programs.

 

Del Monte also promote short term technical skills courses as an alternative to college education for women, out of school youth, and families of employees, which include the introduction of agro-technical skills.

 

The main Community Education Center received official accreditation from the TESDA with fully equipped workshops in food processing, commercial cooking, baking, electronics, welding and woodworking. It already conducted 22 community based technical skill trainings across 30 municipalities.

 

An educational session is conducted for foundation high school scholars to provide additional information as well as encourage the scholars to consider taking the technical-vocational track in senior high school due to better employment opportunities and high industry demand in technical courses.

 

Gifted children earn quality education from high school to post-graduate studies through our academic scholarships, grants-in-aid and sports scholarships. The Jose Yao Campos College Grants-in-Aid Scholarships, launched in 2008, is originally funded through the personal contribution of Group CEO Joselito D Campos, Jr.

 

Further reading, http://www.depedmalaybalay.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/advisory-50-1.pdf

 

The impact of the business is clearly felt in the day-to-day life of the communities around its farm and production units while it directly and indirectly supports the livelihood of at least 20,000 residents. From fruit growers and truckers to harvesters and maintenance crews, other rural residents have also greatly benefited from the business presence in their locality.

 

The foundation employs a framework for identifying and selecting community projects in coordination with the Del Monte Plantation and Cannery teams. The foundation has served close to 100,000 community residents through scholarships and education, capacity-building, home care and community health, youth development and other programs.

 

Their continuing partnership with TESDA ensures that training standards comply with government requirements. Local governments help us select training participants, identify skills needed by the community, and find jobs for graduates.

 

 

Submit your application to

Del Monte Foundation Inc

Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City 9000

Telephone: 088 855 5537 or 088 855 4312 local 2825

Fax: 088 855 5323

Mobile numbers: 0920 912 4693 or 0917 542 0942

Email: delmontefoundation@delmonte-phil.com

 

Contact persons: Ms. Maria Bella Victoria G. Quimpo or Ms. Katherine Joy F. De Jesus

 

 

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The Tulong Aral ng Petron is a long term and strategic initiative that helps send poor children to school, keep them there, and make sure they learn. The Tulong ng Aral started in 2002 to give scholars the opportunity to complete elementary education. It has since provided scholarships to top scholars in high school and college.

 

This consists of Tulong Aral ng Petron, Tulong Aral High School Scholarship, Tulong Aral College Scholarship, Reading Programs, and Brigada Eskwela.

 

The Tulong Aral Scholars are enrolled from Grades 1 to 6 in partner schools in the National Capital Region (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Manila, Pasay, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, Paranaque, Taguig, Pateros, Pasig and Las Pinas) and in the Mindanao region (Davao, South Cotabato, Sarangani, Iligan, Misamis Oriental and Zamboanga).

 

PFI partners in Tulong Aral include the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and the Department of Education (DepEd), with World Vision Development implementing the program. The partnership with SM Retail allows the efficient distribution of school supplies for the scholars.

 

One of Petron’s flagship corporate social responsibility programs in education is TAP, which aims to give underprivileged children from the company’s fenceline communities a brighter future by sending them to school and providing them with the necessary tools for learning.

 

 

Special Campus Recruitment Program Scholarship Grant

In partnership with the country’s top universities, Petron provides scholarships to engineering students who passed its rigorous evaluation.  Selected from thousands of applicants, the scholars are considered as the cream of the crop.

 

 

Benefits

  • Full tuition fee
  • Monthly living allowance
  • Miscellaneous expenses
  • Allowance and other assistance while reviewing and preparing for licensure exams
  • Apprenticeship and training in the refinery (optional)
  • Career opportunity to work with Petron after graduation, preferable graduates of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering

 

 

Partner universities

  • Mapua Institute of Technology
  • Adamson University
  • University of Santo Tomas
  • Louis University
  • University of the Philippines – Diliman
  • University of the Philippines – Los Banos

 

 

Further reading, https://www.petron.com/refinery-scholarship.html

 

Submit your application to the Partner Universities and Schools of Petron.

Contact information

Petron Corporation

San Miguel Corp. Head Office Complex

40 San Miguel Avenue

Madaluyong City 1550, Philippines

Telephone: 02 802 7777

Toll free: PLDT 1-800-100-738766

Email: contactus@petron.com

 

 

 

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Aboitiz Foundation

The Aboitiz Foundation grants Philippine scholarships and financial assistance to students from all levels who excel in their academics, but are financially unable to finish their studies. The college applicants for this program are encouraged to take course that would give them better chances in landing a job at the Aboitiz Group after graduation. These courses include, but not limited to, accountancy, management, psychology, and engineering. The Aboitiz Foundation supports scholars in pre-school, elementary, high school, and college levels.

 

The Aboitiz Group’s commitment to sharing with the less fortunate is a philosophy that traces its roots over a century ago when its forefathers first established their business in Leyte. This legacy of sharing has been instilled and passed on through generations of its corporate history.

 

Don Ramon Aboitiz started the corporate philanthropy through donations to various groups and needy communities, including looking after the welfare of the employees. In 1965, he gave a big part of his personal wealth to establish the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc (RAFI).

 

As the Aboitiz Group diversified into many businesses, its commitment to sharing grew accordingly. In 1988, the Aboitiz Group established the Aboitiz Foundation as its corporation foundation to address the social and economic development needs of the marginalized members of the society.

 

The CSR is focused on education, enterprise development, environment and health and wellbeing. They are always ready to help in times of calamities, always there and among the first to respond. Moving forward, it intends to carefully select projects that would help reach its goals.

 

 

Eligibility Senior High School

  • Be an incoming Grade 11 student of a public high school
  • Have a final average grade/ cumulative overall GPA not lower than 88% equivalent
  • Do not have a failing grade or incomplete marks
  • Do not have a record of any form of disciplinary action
  • Have fully accomplished the application form and submitted the requirements on time

 

Requirements for Senior High School

  • Fully accomplished application form
  • Certified true copy of the high school report card
  • Certifications supporting leadership experience, awards received, and involvements in extracurricular activities

 

 

Eligibility High School Financial Assistance Program

  • Be a valedictorian of a public elementary school in Cebu province
  • Have a general average of at least 90%
  • Be willing to enroll in a public high school
  • Must have fully completed and submitted all application requirements on time
  • Must pass the qualifying examination administered by Aboitiz Foundation

 

Requirements for High School

  • A fully accomplished form with 2×2 colored photo
  • Certified true copy of elementary report card (Form 138)
  • Original certification from the School Principal that the applicant is the batch valedictorian
  • Photocopies of supporting documents indicating leadership experience, awards received, and involvements in extracurricular activities

 

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Eligibility Aboitiz College Scholarship Program

  • Be a full time first to fourth year incoming student of an eligible college or university
  • Pursue a degree in accountancy, business/ management/ finance, IT, engineering, communications or social sciences (psychology, economics, and political science)
  • Have a final average grade/ cumulative overall GPA not lower than 85% or its equivalent
  • Do not have a failing or incomplete grade
  • Do not have a record of any form of disciplinary action

 

Requirements for College Applicants

  • Certified true copy of the high school report card for incoming first year applicants
  • Certified true copy of the applicant’s college transcript for all undergraduate course work, ending with the grades from the last semester (or the latest official document the school can provide)
  • Certification from the School Principal or Registrar stating the final average grade or the overall cumulative GPA/ GWA, include the percentage equivalent grade
  • Certification supporting leadership experience, awards received, and community involvements

 

More information, http://aboitizfoundation.org/programs/education

 

 

TechVoc Education

The foundation also supports Special Science and Technical Vocational Education. In partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd), the Aboitiz Foundation developed the Special Science Elementary Schools (SSES) and Technical-Vocational (TechVoc) high schools.

 

The SSES aligns with the government’s call for science-based skills specialization among young students because a strong foundation in the sciences is regarded as one of the building blocks of a progressive economy.

 

The SSES curriculum is enriched Mathematics and Science studies, and gives longer teaching time for Science. Teachers are trained in specialized courses in math and the sciences.

 

The SSES students are given laboratory rooms, science apparatuses, and equipment, ICT-based learning resources, as well as science, math, english textbooks, and supplementary materials.

Tech-Voc offers an alternative solution to help about 80% of high school students who don’t have the means to pursue a college education. It will also aid the government’s K to 12 program by teaching skills that are viable for employment or for part-time work to support further studies.

 

Aside from newly constructed or refurbished workshop rooms, Tech-Voc students are given reference books, tools, and equipment. Tech-Voc teachers receive training for NCII certification.

 

Submit your Application to

Aboitiz Foundation Head Office

Aboitiz Corporate Center

Gov. Manuel A. Cuenco Avenue

Kasambagan, Cebu City 6000

Cebu, Philippines

Telephone: (032) 411 1800

Fax: (032) 231 4037

 

Manila Office

NAC Tower, 32nd Street Bonifaction Global City

1634 Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Telephone: (02) 886 2800

Email: aboitizfoundation@aboitiz.org

 

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