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