STRATEGIC INITIATIVES TOWARDS
SOCIALLY RELEVANT IMPLEMENTATION OF
             CWTS-NSTP
          SAN BEDA, MANILA


    ...
A BRIEF BACKGROUND

             1996 San Beda applied
              the EXPANDED ROTC
              PROGRAM where a
     ...
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
• Curriculum
• Holistic Community
  Development Approaches
• Linkages and Networking
  -Government
 ...
CURRICULUM
 First Semester             Second Semester
 1.Skills Training           1. In-House (20
  *Leadership       ...
First Semester Program
   1. Skills Training
        a. leadership skills
       b. communication skills
        c. facil...
Continue… 1st sem program
    2. Community            D. Social Development
     Development                and Peace
   ...
Continue first sem. program
   3.Development               D. Social and resource
                                 Mobili...
Second Semester Program
   In-House – minimum      It has the aim of
    of 20 hours where        facilitating the
    s...
NSTP WEEK
• one of the best venues to heighten and
  raise social consciousness of students
  on different social issues

...
NSTP Week Opening Ceremony
Community Service Area
  Exhibit Competition
Plastic, Newspaper, Book
     and Tabs Drive
The proceeds of the trash help the
malnourished children of our partner
           communities
Community Product Exhibit
      and Selling
Community Product
     Selling
   and Exhibit
Symposium
• Forum on
Environmental
  Recovery
Feb 7, 2008
  by Froilan Grate
Environmental
  scientist
Vice-President,
  M...
Symposium
• Seminar on
CLIMATE CHANGE
Feb 8, 2008
By
Isabelle Lao La
  Noche
University of Oxford
Blood Donation in partnership with Red
Cross, the Philippine Blood Center and
      the Department of Health
Film Showing on the
 Inconvenient Truth
Campus Clean-Up
Trash Me If U Can
 Painting Contest
Trash Me…
Environmental Pageant
Environmental Pageant…
Environmental Pageant
Community Service
       (40 hours minimum)
• Holistic community        • Giving Assignment of
  development              ...
SAN BEDA NSTP-CWTS
PROJECT INITIATIVES IN
  VARIOUS PARTNER
    COMMUNITIES
1. PAGSANJAN
a. sustainability of the
   tomato prune
   industry
b. able to convince an
   investor to develop a
   facto...
Towards the gradual formation of
 Pagsanjan People’s Cooperative
2. PULLILAN: TRASH TO CASH COLLABORATIVE
              PROJECT WITH CIC

a. an HSBC funded
   financial literacy
   projec...
Sample Products from
      Pullilan
Panoramic View of Pullilan
       Ricefield
3. CHILDHOPE ASIA: FINANCIAL LITERACY
 AMONG THE STREETCHILDREN IN METRO
MANILA, A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT WITH
     CHILDHO...
4. Tahanang Walang Hagdanan
5. Manila City Jail: Kalayaan at
     Kabuhayan Program
6. HAPAY NA MANGGA AND SITIO BATO-BATO:
   PROJECT ON MARKETING AND PRODUCT
             DEVELOPMENT
7. San Jose, Del Monte
Bulacan: Integrated Health
Linkages and Networking

• Government
• Non-Government
• Higher Educational
  Institutions both
  local and
  internationa...
Department of Trade
   and Industry
Grants for Partner
  Communities


               $ 300
UNILAB PHILIPPINES
Networking with San Beda
   Alumni Association
Media and the Internet
• www.sanbedanstp-   • To explore e-
  sife.com             commerce
                     • Announc...
COMPETITIONS
• In 2005, San Beda NSTP-CWTS
  landed first runner-up in the
  Student in Free Enterprise
  National Finals,...
2007 SIFE National
    Champion
NSTP and SIFE in San Beda
• The synergy of    • As the SIFE National
  San Beda NSTP       Champion in 2007,
  and SIFE   ...
SUCCESS INDICATORS
• Curriculum
• Holistic Community    • Competitions
  Development           • Maximizing media
  Approa...
THAT IN ALL THINGS,
  GOD MAY BE GLORIFIED
FOR SAN BEDA,
OUR COUNTRY
AND GOD



THANK YOU AND
 GOD BLESS…
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Share-Alike Non-Commercial 2.5 License

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  1. 1. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES TOWARDS SOCIALLY RELEVANT IMPLEMENTATION OF CWTS-NSTP SAN BEDA, MANILA Dr. James Loreto C. Piscos with the assistance of Prof. Albert C. Oasan, Prof. Marg Garcia
  2. 2. A BRIEF BACKGROUND 1996 San Beda applied the EXPANDED ROTC PROGRAM where a number of 2nd year students took the alternative CWS (in lieu of MS 21 and 22) whose nature is maximizing the time of students for community service in various forms. However, it was the prerogative of the commandant if he is going to implement it in the school or not.
  3. 3. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES • Curriculum • Holistic Community Development Approaches • Linkages and Networking -Government -Non-Government -Higher Educational Institutions both local and international -Alumni and San Beda Connections -Corporations • Media and the Internet • Competitions
  4. 4. CURRICULUM  First Semester  Second Semester 1.Skills Training 1. In-House (20 *Leadership hours) *Communication 2. Community Facilitating Skills Service 2. Social (40 Hours) Development 3. Development Management
  5. 5. First Semester Program  1. Skills Training a. leadership skills b. communication skills c. facilitating skills d. interpersonal and intrapersonal skills including self and mutual criticism
  6. 6. Continue… 1st sem program  2. Community D. Social Development Development and Peace a. theories of society E. Assessing Philippine and organizational Social Issues based behavior on the 7 pillars of b. social analysis development c. development in -entrepreneurship the context of -education people centered -health strategy for empowerment -morals -environment -recreation - public safety
  7. 7. Continue first sem. program  3.Development D. Social and resource Mobilization Management E. Project/Program A. Community Planning Organizing and including Gantt Chart Functions of community F. Initial Exposure to the worker Area for environmental B. Organization and scanning and program Development planning Management Theories G. Project Monitoring and C. Community Research, Evaluation (Participatory Action Research and Rapid Rural/Urban Research) Needs Situation analysis and Prioritization skills _problem tree, SWOT and Fishbone as samples
  8. 8. Second Semester Program  In-House – minimum  It has the aim of of 20 hours where facilitating the students are holistic formation required to engage of students and actively through responses participate in and services to activities various social prescribed by the issues outside their NSTP department assigned within and outside community areas. the campus.
  9. 9. NSTP WEEK • one of the best venues to heighten and raise social consciousness of students on different social issues • NSTP WEEK 2008 (Feb.6-9)Guiding Theme, Environmental Recovery: From Social Responsibility to Creativity
  10. 10. NSTP Week Opening Ceremony
  11. 11. Community Service Area Exhibit Competition
  12. 12. Plastic, Newspaper, Book and Tabs Drive
  13. 13. The proceeds of the trash help the malnourished children of our partner communities
  14. 14. Community Product Exhibit and Selling
  15. 15. Community Product Selling and Exhibit
  16. 16. Symposium • Forum on Environmental Recovery Feb 7, 2008 by Froilan Grate Environmental scientist Vice-President, Mother Earth Foundation
  17. 17. Symposium • Seminar on CLIMATE CHANGE Feb 8, 2008 By Isabelle Lao La Noche University of Oxford
  18. 18. Blood Donation in partnership with Red Cross, the Philippine Blood Center and the Department of Health
  19. 19. Film Showing on the Inconvenient Truth
  20. 20. Campus Clean-Up
  21. 21. Trash Me If U Can Painting Contest
  22. 22. Trash Me…
  23. 23. Environmental Pageant
  24. 24. Environmental Pageant…
  25. 25. Environmental Pageant
  26. 26. Community Service (40 hours minimum) • Holistic community • Giving Assignment of development Community Areas is approaches greatly influenced by • Synergy of different the student’s expertise and courses field/discipline Example: Example: Nursing and business to Pre-Law courses like work in an area where Legal Management and health, Philosophy work within entrepreneurship and the context of paralegal other pillars of system of the Manila development are at City Jail. However, there work in the community are also business students who handled the livelihood program of the inmates.
  27. 27. SAN BEDA NSTP-CWTS PROJECT INITIATIVES IN VARIOUS PARTNER COMMUNITIES
  28. 28. 1. PAGSANJAN a. sustainability of the tomato prune industry b. able to convince an investor to develop a factory and standard processing of the product c. continuing sharing of technical skills such as accounting, basic financial literacy
  29. 29. Towards the gradual formation of Pagsanjan People’s Cooperative
  30. 30. 2. PULLILAN: TRASH TO CASH COLLABORATIVE PROJECT WITH CIC a. an HSBC funded financial literacy project through the initiative of San Beda SIFE b. 300 dollars from HSBC c. to develop modules on financial literacy for the out of school youth
  31. 31. Sample Products from Pullilan
  32. 32. Panoramic View of Pullilan Ricefield
  33. 33. 3. CHILDHOPE ASIA: FINANCIAL LITERACY AMONG THE STREETCHILDREN IN METRO MANILA, A COLLABORATIVE PROJECT WITH CHILDHOPE ASIA FOUNDATION
  34. 34. 4. Tahanang Walang Hagdanan
  35. 35. 5. Manila City Jail: Kalayaan at Kabuhayan Program
  36. 36. 6. HAPAY NA MANGGA AND SITIO BATO-BATO: PROJECT ON MARKETING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  37. 37. 7. San Jose, Del Monte Bulacan: Integrated Health
  38. 38. Linkages and Networking • Government • Non-Government • Higher Educational Institutions both local and international • Alumni and San Beda connections • corporations
  39. 39. Department of Trade and Industry
  40. 40. Grants for Partner Communities $ 300
  41. 41. UNILAB PHILIPPINES
  42. 42. Networking with San Beda Alumni Association
  43. 43. Media and the Internet • www.sanbedanstp- • To explore e- sife.com commerce • Announcements be posted in the net • Information about the projects • sponsorship
  44. 44. COMPETITIONS • In 2005, San Beda NSTP-CWTS landed first runner-up in the Student in Free Enterprise National Finals, 2006 semi-final in the said competition and the Grand National Champion in 2007 SIFE National Exposition.
  45. 45. 2007 SIFE National Champion
  46. 46. NSTP and SIFE in San Beda • The synergy of • As the SIFE National San Beda NSTP Champion in 2007, and SIFE San Beda represented the resulted to Philippines in SIFE important World Cup held in awards in the New York, USA last previous years. Oct. 10-12, 2007. San Beda placed 3rd in the opening round and received the Spirit of SIFE Award. • There were 48 countries competing the SIFE World Cup.
  47. 47. SUCCESS INDICATORS • Curriculum • Holistic Community • Competitions Development • Maximizing media Approaches and the Internet • Linkages and • Maximizing funds Networking and resources -Government -Non-Government “Success is where -Higher Educational preparation and Institutions both opportunity local and meets” international -Alumni and San Beda Connections -Corporations
  48. 48. THAT IN ALL THINGS, GOD MAY BE GLORIFIED FOR SAN BEDA, OUR COUNTRY AND GOD THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS…
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