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Miriam Presentation

  1. 1. CWTS Committing Women To Serve The Miriam College Experiences from Community Involvement to CWTS Addressing poverty through student formation and building partnership
  2. 2. SO-58 Community Involvement is Miriam College’s pride for almost 4 decades now. It is a 3-units subject that incorporates theoretical understanding about the economic, political, socio- cultural and environmental EPSCE issues and hands-on experience for the students to be exposed to these concerns.
  3. 3. Miriam College’s Core- Values Truth Justice Peace Integrity of Creation
  4. 4. SO-58 Community RA Involvement 9163 CWTS 1 While NSTP-CWTS 2 was incorporated in the T-21 subject under Theology. Summer SY 2005-2006 when NSTP-CWTS 2 (Project Implementation) was implemented in Miriam College
  5. 5. 3 Components of NSTP CWTS (Civic Welfare and Training Service) CWTS-1 Process CWTS-2 Process EVALUATION AND PLANNING NSTP GENERAL AND SECTORAL ORIENTATION (NSTP Department and Partner Communities) PRESENTATION OF FINAL PROPOSAL GENERAL AND SECTORAL ORIENTATION Revision Preparation (School and APPROVED DISAPPROVED Community/ Presentation Agency Submission PRESENTATION OF INITIAL PLANS ACTUAL IMPLEMENTATION EXPOSURE FAC/ Project Leaders will Submit Evaluation PROCESSING OF EXPERIENCES Sheet EVALUATION/ PROCESSING FINAL PRESENTATION Submission of Report REPORT WRITING AND SUBMISSION CONSOLIDATION OF PLANS (According to sector) CWTS-2 PREPARATION LTS (Literacy Training Service) ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corp )
  6. 6. NSTP Partners’ Meeting NSTP Students’ General Orientation
  7. 7. NSTP Students’ Sectoral Orientations Sectoral Orientation for DAMASCUS with Mr. Roberto Tiangco (DAMASCUS Exec. Director) Sectoral Orientation for PINAGPALA with Mr. Ernesto Capili (Provincial Coordinator- PINAGPALA)
  8. 8. Miriam College NSTP Partner Organizations / Agencies (Institutional-Based and Community-Based)
  9. 9. Miriam Advocacy Center (MAC) INSA (Institutional Network for Social Action) The social action office of MC. Has 4 partner urban poor communities ESI (Environmental Studies Institute) The environmental arm of MC. Program includes advocacy work , research and community development. MAE (Miriam Adult Education) One of the distinct features of Miriam College is its educational program for underprivileged adults and out of school youths.
  10. 10. Institutional Based Kanlungan ni Maria Home for the Aged Under the Diocese of Antipolo Damascus Foundation A drug rehabilitation center that uses a gentle approach in rehabilitating the residents PCMC (Philippine Children’s Medical Center) MC NSTP Caters programs for the cancer and sick patients through the coordination with PCMC
  11. 11. Community-Based SPNA (Sitio Payong Neighborhood Association) A community situated in Old Balara, Quezon City UGMMARIZ (Ugnayan ng mga Mamamayan at Mangingisda ng Rizal) A federation of fisherfolks organizations in the province of Rizal PINAGPALA (Pinagkaisang Pamayanan ng Laguna) A Federation of fisherfolks organizations in the province of Laguna
  12. 12. Advocacy Groups KARAPATAN Alliance for Human Rights A Human Rights group assisting the political prisoners PJPS (Philippine Jesuits Prison Service) Jesuit’s community prison service All Partner Organizations/ Communities are required to submit SEC Registration and Operational Plans to be included in the Memorandum of Understanding between Miriam College and the Partners.
  13. 13. The Three (3) Imperative Sectors in MC NSTP subject FACULTY STUDENTS PROJECT / COMMUNITY LEADERS
  14. 14. Projects Implemented by the students from Summer SY 2005-2006 to SY 2006-2007
  15. 15. Social Advocacy and Action The Voters’ Education Campaign – in coordination with the SLB (Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan) and INSA (Institutional Network for Social Action) ‘Pinoy Voters’ Academy’– Halalan 2007
  16. 16. Seminar - Orientation on Charter Change August 21, 2006 CAR Seminar Room, Miriam College Trainors’ Training on Voters Education by Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan (SLB) and INSA August 28, 2006 CAR 305, Miriam College
  17. 17. Voters’ Education Campaign Facilitated by Students and Faculty Conducted Voters’ Education on 4 INSA Partner Communities (Daan Tubo, MaryTown, Caingin 1 and Pook Libis)
  18. 18. Voters’ Education Campaign Facilitated by Students and Faculty
  19. 19. Drug Awareness Campaign in different schools in DRT, Bulacan Facilitated by Students through the assistance of Damascus Foundation
  20. 20. Community Development and Poverty Through … Alleviation Trainings and Workshops
  21. 21. First Aid Training for Cave Guides in Biak na Bato National Park (MADLUM and SAMAKABA)
  22. 22. Sign Language Seminar by MC Deaf Students in Madlum and Balincupang
  23. 23. Bamboo Souvenir Making Seminar on Soap- Making (Brgy. Caingin, Sta. Rosa, Laguna)
  24. 24. Tie Dye Shirt and Bead Accessory Making (For Livelihood and Therapy of Damascus Residents)
  25. 25. Training on Reflexology Catering Service Enhancement Workshop
  26. 26. Through… Improvement of Facilities
  27. 27. “Water Supply System Improvement” Sitio Payong, Old Balara, Quezon City
  28. 28. “Adopt A Room-Therapy Area Project” Beautification of Check-Up Center in PCMC
  29. 29. Mini Library Improvement (PCMC)
  30. 30. Improvement of Reading Center in Sitio Balincupang, San Miguel, Bulacan
  31. 31. Improvement of Gym and Chapel and Reading Center of Damascus Foundation
  32. 32. Through… Educational Programs Tutorials Classes Provision of School Supplies
  33. 33. Tutorial Classes in Sitio Payong and Payatas
  34. 34. Tutorial Classes in Sta. Rosa, Laguna (PINAGPALA) Art Classes in Tanay, Rizal (ESI)
  35. 35. Storytelling, Coloring and Art Sessions for Children (PCMC, Tanay, Rizal - ESI and MADLUM)
  36. 36. Donation of Books and Other Materials for the Day Care Center/ Reading Centers
  37. 37. Through… Recreational Activities for Children, Youth and Elderly
  38. 38. Games and Sportsfest for Children
  39. 39. Field Trip for Community Children and MAE Students at the Marikina Museums Field Trip for the Elders of Kanlungan ni Maria
  40. 40. Field Trip for Cancer Patients of PCMC in La Mesa EcoPark
  41. 41. Environment, Health and Sanitation Through… Talks and Seminars Medicine Drive Clean- Up Drive
  42. 42. Clean-Up Drive (UGMMARIZ, PINAGPALA, SPNA)
  43. 43. Solid Waste Management Seminar
  44. 44. Seminars on First Aid and Common Sickness
  45. 45. Seminar on Dental Care with Free Dental Check-Up and Consultation (Brgy. Calahan, Cardona, Rizal)
  46. 46. “Mother’s Class” and Family Planning Seminar
  47. 47. Medical Mission and Medicine Drive 2007 Sitio Madlum and Sitio Balincupang (San Miguel, Bulacan)
  48. 48. Medical Mission for Political Prisoners Provision of Basic Needs for Political Prisoners
  49. 49. “… you’ll never know your worth or significance to other people who finds courage, strength and faith in you. A simple person, who holds no position in the government, can actually extend a huge effort to support someone who looks forward… someone who has a big heart.” “…I was deeply inspired and touched by the eagerness of the students to learn…you can see through them the will to learn and finish their studies. Because of them, my ambition to become an education deepens, and I really enjoyed sharing my time and knowledge with them.
  50. 50. NSRC Core-Group • Was created in response to Sec 11 of RA 9163 • Composed of CWTS graduates who are highly motivated and socially committed youth who wants to contribute to the general welfare of the community and the country. It epitomizes by the words:
  51. 51. Process of NSRC Formation and Involvement NSRC serve as guide and co-facilitator in the exposure and processing of experiences Module 1 (NSTP Orientation and Group Integration) Module 2 (Skills Training, Leadership, Facilitation, National Situation Deepening) Module 3 (Disaster Management Overview) Module 4 Basic Skills Training (First Aid. Accident Prevention) Module 5 (Disaster Management and Response Training) Module 6 (Basic Health Education) Outreach Activities Module 7 (Environmental Care and (in coordination Protection) with other school Module 8 (Evaluation and Planning) organizations)
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