20160912 HP5-B04D, | 1Z0-591, | 640-878, | 70-246, | HP2-T23, | ST0-237, | SG0-001, | PEGACSA71V1, | HP0-M101, | 1Z0-434, | 101, | MB6-870, | PEGACPBA71V1, | 1Z0-067, | E20-007, | 642-889, | 199-01, | C9510-317, | NS0-180, | 70-414, | 101-400, | VCP550, | ADM-201, | 300-209, | CISSP-ISSAP, | PR2F, | C4040-252, | 350-080, | MB6-702, | 70-466, | API-580, | GMAT-VERBAL, | CCA-500, | MB6-886, | C_TFIN52_66, | VCPC550, | 070-246, | 1Z0-228, | C2020-703, | 070-461, | C2010-511, | HIT-001, | C_TPLM30_66, | CQA, | 70-696, | 70-469, | 400-201, | P2170-033, | CLO-001, | 070-688, | PMI-100, | 70-483, | 70-532, | 156-215.77, | C2070-582, | AHM-250, | MA0-102, | 70-534, | 300-208, | 312-50v8, | A00-211, | 70-412, | 74-343, | 070-417, | M70-201, | MB2-708, | HP0-J73, | 1Z0-034, | 1Z0-522, | PRINCE2-Practitioner, | 1V0-605, | 2V0-621, | E20-593, | 640-722, | 70-461, | HP0-Y47, | AX0-100, | M2020-733, | JN0-102, | 70-697, | 640-911, | P2180-031, | 1Z0-535, | 312-49, | CISA, | 70-337, | 70-981, | 200-125, / 300-075, / 100-105, / 300-101, / 210-260, / 300-115, / 200-310, / 300-135, / 300-320, / 210-060, / 300-070, / 200-105, / 210-065, / MA0-102, | 70-534, | 300-208, | 70-485, | 312-50v8, | A00-211, | 70-412, | 74-343, | 070-417, | M70-201, | MB2-708, | HP0-J73, | 1Z0-034, | 1Z0-522, | PRINCE2-Practitioner, | 1V0-605, | 2V0-621, | E20-593, | 640-722, | 70-461, | HP0-Y47, | AX0-100, | M2020-733, | JN0-102, | 70-697, | 640-911, | P2180-031, | 1Z0-535, | 312-49, | CISM, | CISA, | 70-337, | 70-981, | 200-125, | 300-075, / 100-105, / 300-101, / 210-260, / 300-115, / 200-310, / 300-135, / 300-320, / 210-060, / 300-070, / 200-105, / 210-065, / C9560-568. And 190-803. And 190-950. And 190-951. And 190-802. And VCS-319. And A2150-039. And CPIM-BSP. And TFINCTAPLIXM2001. And 190-755. And ISS-003. And PDDM. And SEND. And

Cavite youth leaders, urged to ‘think global, act local’

More than 140 Cavite youth leaders were urged to ‘think global, act local’ during the three-day leadership training camp for selected Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) and Supreme Student Government (SSG) officers and advisers, at Gen. Mariano Alvarez Technical High School (GMATHS), GMA, Cavite, October 24-26.

Dubbed as “Thinking Global, Acting Local: Building Multifaceted Unity rooted on Shared Diversity,” the camp provided the participants the opportunity to revisit their leadership philosophies and values, share best school practices, and take part in Division policy making.

John Derrick Ordoñez, president of the ASEAN University Student Council Union, primed the participants on glocalization and its essence for student leaders like himself.

Division Youth Formation Coordinators Kristine dela Rosa, Rey Ann Maramag, and Lou-Junel Velasco reinforced the participants’ grasp and commitment to DepEd’s core values (maka-Diyos, makatao, makakalikasan, makabansa) while Ryan Cutamora enumerated the various leadership philosophies which the student and advisers could employ.

Janelle dela Cerna of San Jose Community High School facilitated the review of the SPG and SSG Constitution and By-laws while Marlou Tangalin of Tanza National Trade School equipped the participants with knowledge and skills in conducting a parliamentary procedure and drafting a resolution.

The participants were grouped into seven and were assigned with certain articles from the Constitution and By-laws for them to analyze.

 

By the end of the second day, they were able to produce resolutions containing their suggested amendments. The said recommendations were also presented through a simulated parliamentary procedure.

Consequently, the participants were presented with a standardized action planning form which they shall use in coming up with “sustainable” projects and activities anchored on the core values.

On a lighter note, team building activities were also conducted on the last day of the camp to solidify the participants’ camaraderie, boost their self-confidence and communications skills, and put their theoretical learnings into practice.

During the closing ceremonies, Schools Division Superintendent Cherrylou D. Repia encouraged the youth leaders to become global citizens who have “malasakit” for everyone. “We have to really act where we are right now. We have to be good here in order for us to contribute to the goodness of this world,” she said.

She also reiterated the importance of knowing one’s ground and bias, and being able to use them to serve the people and the world with what is good and right.

Moreover, SDS Repia also challenged the participants to be and do good despite the individual differences across generations to be able to attain genuine world peace. “May hangganan ang pagiging mabait pero kailangang laging mabuti ang puso,” she challenged.

“In accepting this challenge, I will not say yes but rather, I would just claim the success,” Dan Moses Dave Cuesta, Division SSG Federation president, said as he accepted the schools division superintendent’s challenge to the youth leaders. Cuesta is also the concurrent Regional SSG Federation vice president of CALABARZON.

Following the camp, the participants are expected to submit their action plans and/ or project proposals on or before November 9. The resolution and the proposed projects, once reviewed and approved, shall be incorporated in the Division Youth Formation action plan and be implemented for the next school year. (Rey Ann M. Maramag, PDO I/ DIO)

 

This might interest you: