Dear fellow Filipino youth voter, What have you been doing lately? Have you already seen the aspiring candidates for the 2016 elections? What are your thoughts and realizations? The filing of certificate of candidacy has already ended. The most talked about event gave us a glimpse of the people who wanted to lead our country. … More Dear Filipino Youth Voter
Most of the young people I know find it difficult to land a job after college. Some of them applied in their dream company but weren’t fortunate enough to get in. Some of them applied, qualified, and accepted the offer but were honest enough to admit that they only said Yes because of the pressure … More Why young people should consider government work
My everyday commuter story has never been the same since I stared working in the government. Every morning, I ride a bus going to work. While the news program is flashed on TV, I try to observe the passengers’ reaction on the headline, especially if it concerns the government. Typical scenarios of the … More What Government Work is Teaching Me
School has taught me too many facts about the present condition of the Philippines which I think ignited this burning desire in my heart to be hired in an advocacy-driven organization. I always believe that partnership efforts between the government and its concerned people is a helpful step in aiding some societal problems. If the … More Why Am I in the Philippines?
My team, FEU Oratorical and Debate Council – Public Speaking Chamber who represented FEU in the 2014 English Speaking Union Philippines 2014 held at UP Diliman College of Mass Communication last February 08, 2014. Jennifer Anne Pascua (Chair) Lara Mendoza (Director for Training) Hani Abbas (Member, Semi Finalist) One Carlo Diaz (Member, Semi Finalist) Joseph Ferrer … More Discussion Beyond Words (English Speaking Union – Philippines 2014 Speech)
The best learning experience in life is not about the knowledge that we receive from books and lectures inside the classroom, but from stories and experiences that we gain from people and places. I have attended a lot of symposiums before but immersing myself in a foreign city through accomplishing group tasks and community visits … More What Hong Kong Taught Me
Normal people would often take each day as an ordinary one. But for people with special needs, they value each day preciously. Their simple joys are not about receiving tangible gifts, what they only want is a gift of companionship. For people like us who are lucky to be capable of fully enjoying this life, … More In the Eyes of a Child