Outstanding Volunteers Search awardee Andrew Tolentino champions environmental sustainability

“Volunteerism is a way of life to me. It is my guiding principle, just like what I learned during my scouting days, which is to ’do good deeds daily’,” Andrew Cudal Tolentino, Principal I of Cambitala Elementary School in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija, shared. Even before he joined the government service, Principal Andrew has been a continue reading : Outstanding Volunteers Search awardee Andrew Tolentino champions environmental sustainability

Duck, cover, hold, tweet: A 2019 NSTF student-researcher maximizes social media to minimize lives lost in quakes

Expect a millennial to capture the minutest of details and share it on social media, sometimes out of FOMO—fear of missing out. Such is a perception towards the generation that is digitally connected and socially “woke.” “In a world survey in 2016, the Philippines topped [the list of countries with] the most number of hours continue reading : Duck, cover, hold, tweet: A 2019 NSTF student-researcher maximizes social media to minimize lives lost in quakes

Power of the pen: Marawi survivor joins NSPC 2019 as freshman writer

Fifteen-year-old Monisha Lucman, or “Moning” as her family and friends call her, is a Marawi siege survivor and one of the delegates from the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao to the 2019 National Schools Press Conference (NSPC). Moning experienced firsthand the deafening blasts of bombs and gunfire that enveloped the whole city of Marawi. Houses, continue reading : Power of the pen: Marawi survivor joins NSPC 2019 as freshman writer