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THE CSCE TEAM CREDITS
Providing a platform from which service-learning and community engagement initiatives can be sustainably implemented is one of CSCE’s most important priorities. Rcognizing the need for adequate financial resources, the department ensures that allocated funds are effectively and efficiently utilized.
23%
Institutional
TOTAL
13
The Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSCE) man- ages the corporate social responsibility initiatives of Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL). The mandate is to help fulfill MCL’s mission of contributing to the solution of industry’s and society’s problems by the expert application of knowledge. This could be achieved by providing a platform for integrated learning opportunities for MCL students, ad- ministrators, faculty members, staff, and related stakeholders to foster excellence and virtue in community service. Ultimately, the goal is to continuously facilitate ser- vice-learning and community engagement initiatives through conscious and sustain- able efforts inspired by the spirit of volunteerism and a strong commitment to service and development.
In an effort to promote sustainability, the institution utilizes available knowledge and resources that would promote productive collaboration and partnership among stakeholders. This school year, previous efforts were strengthened and part- nerships were forged in order to ensure the delivery of quality service. As MCL and CSCE continue to work with specific communities, effective and efficient allocation of resources, time, and effort are assured.
In the course of one school year, over 10,000 beneficiaries in different communities around Pangil, Laguna and other partner communities have been reached through Project ECHO and other community service initiatives. MCL continues to CON- NECT with COMMUNITIES through building a shared sense of responsibility between and among the stakeholders involved. It is in the interest of the institution to contin- uously identify projects, programs, and other collaborative initiatives that would put forward excellence and virtue in community service.
MCL also takes pride in its learner-centered outcomes based approach that allows students as well as the entire MCL community to take part in activities that emphasizes the translation of theoretical learning into practical application with social relevance. It is indeed, a connection that bridges stakeholder efforts toward growth and development built on a heartfelt desire to serve and affect change. As such, MCL pushes forward to establish a foundation that is rooted upon collaboration and well-meaning efforts that would exemplify MCL’s commitment to CONNECT with COMMUNITIES and
continue without ceasing until objectives are met. 2
FINANCES
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STUDENT ORGANIZATION PROJECT / PROGRAM Malayan Kalikasan / CAS Affair with Nature: A Hike to Remember
Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) Or-Funs in Wonderland
Students’ Holistic Approach to Performance and Excellence (SHAPE)
SHAPE Concierto
Union of Passionate Leaders Initiating Fair and True Service (UPLIFT)
Aswang Ka Festival 2016
Hotels: Share A Love
ETYCB Student Council & Organizations Financial Literacy for Students and Parents of Dela Paz Elementary School
Civil Engineering Organization Panguil River Eco Park Hand Rail Project
CAS Students Council CAS Educational Fair 2017
MITL Student Council Christmas Party for the Kids of Pangil, Laguna
MITL Student Council Gift Giving at Aplaya Elementary School
Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) Regalo Mo, Handog Ko (Ulit! 2.0)
Mapúa-PTC CMET Student Council Fundraising Activity for Brigada Eskwela 2017*
IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED INITIATIVES (STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS)
*Ongoing as of May 15, 2017
EXTERNAL PARTNERS
Municipality of Pangil, Laguna
City Government of Cabuyao
Gawad Kalinga Hiyas ng Manila Integrated Farm
Majayjay Laguna Farmers (Cooperative)
RunMania Philippines
Subdivision Logistics Cargo Forwarders and Brokerage Corp.
Panguil River Eco-Park
11
TITLE OF CE PROJECT / PROGRAM COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Brigada Eskwela 2017 Disaster Preparedness Kits
CMET - MT & MarE Public Schools of Cabuyao, Laguna
Brigada Eskwela 2017 Disaster Preparedness Kits
CAS - ENVS Public Schools of Cabuyao, Laguna
ENT Tara Na Pamilya, Brigada Na ETYCB Panguil River Eco-Park
CBT Workshop ETYCB - TM Pangil, Laguna
Amateur Radio Orientation & Seminar for PREP Staff & Employees
MITL - ECE Panguil River Eco-Park
Design of a Hydroelectric Power Plant for Panguil River Eco-Park
MITL - ME Panguil River Eco-Park
Installation of Solar-Powered Lighting and Power Structures (on-going)
MITL - EE Panguil River Eco-Park
OTHER INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVES
Brigada Eskwela 2016
• Sulib Elementary School • Dambo National High School • Pulo Elementary School • Pulo National High School
122
• Galalan Elementary School • Gisgis Elementary School 10
CaRPA Clean-up Drive & IEC Seminar • Southville 1, Brgy. Marinig 5
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 2016 • Municipality of Pangil, Laguna • Panguil River Eco-Park • Majayjay Farmers
120
• Jose Fernandez Y Zorilla, Sr. Memorial High School 5
Project Environmental Conservation through Holistic Outcomes (ECHO) is an institutional initiave that started in January 2016. Its objectives in- clude the following: adoption of Panguil River Eco Park and the municipality of Pangil, Laguna as a partner communities; development and delivery of high impact initiatives that would address the needs of the communities within a three-year time frame; and the evaluation and assessment of the impact of the initiatives. Moreover, the goal is to deliver high impact initiatives focusing on the pillars of sustainability namely, the environment, the society, and the economy. Identifying the needs of the community with regards to these areas, the different Colleges and Programs of MCL were able to implement initiatives that are beneficial for all stakeholders involved. These projects and programs include the following:
• Mini-stage for Dambo National High School • BASF Chemistry Laboratory Workshop for Grade 3 & 4 pupils of Sulib Elementary
School • Speech Workshop for Grade 3 & 4 pupils of Sulib Elementary School • Projector and Projector Screen for Sulib Elementary School • Computer Hardware Software & Training for the staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Production of AVPs, Infomercials, and Decorum Video for Panguil River Eco-Park • Clean-up Drive at Panguil River Eco-Park • Safety Training for the staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Functional Leadership & Teambuilding Seminar for Dambo National High School • Kasalang Bayan for selected residents of Pangil, Laguna • Community-based Eco-Tourism Workshop for municipal employees • Seminar on Dengue Awareness for selected residents of Pangil, Laguna • Book Donation Drive for Galalan Elementary School and Gisgis Elementary School • DZJV Radio Advertisement for Panguil River Eco-Park • Website Development for Panguil River Eco-Park • Theater Arts Program for Dambo National High School • IT Literacy Seminar-Workshop for VOGMES (Elementary School Teachers) • Construction of Handrails and Step-on Tablets for Panguil River Eco-Park • Retrofitting of Existing Structures at Panguil River Eco-Park • Antenna for Amateur Radio & Television for Panguil River Eco-Park • Christmas Gift-Giving for Selected Residents/Children of Pangil
• Pasalubong Center for Panguil River Eco-Park
On-going projects and programs include the following: • Amateur Radio Orientation for the Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Installation of Solar Lights at Panguil River Eco-Park • Community-based Eco-Tourism Seminar & Training for the Municipality of Pangil • Financial Literacy for MSME Vendors at Panguil River Eco-Park • Food & Beverage Training for the Kitchen Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
Overall, the goal of these initiatives is to contirubute to the growth of the local economy, promote environmental stewardship and leadership, and strengthen community participation toward the pursuit of sustainable development.
4
LIST OF ONGOING SL & CE INITIATIVES
PROJECT ECHO: SUMMARY OF STRATEGIC PLAN
AREA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE EXPECTED OUTCOMES LINE OF ACTION
Economy
To improve the economic growth of Panguil River Eco Park through the development of local products and services.
• Local products and services are identified, developed, and strengthened.
• Increase in the revenue and sales of local products and services in Panguil River Eco Park.
• Strengthen the role and capacity of the stakeholders of Panguil River Eco Park in local economic growth and development.
• Develop local economy through the establishment of a Livelihood or “Pasalu- bong” Center.
• Develop and support local tourism activities.
• Support livelihood initiatives through active promotion of local products and services.
• Provide capacity building mechanism for personnel involved in livelihood initiatives and other tourism related services.
Environment To foster environmental sustainability.
• Development of environmental infrastructures for the eco-park.
• Strengthen the participation of the local community in devel- oping and maintaining projects and initiatives geared toward environmental conservation and protection.
• Facilitate the development of eco-friendly infrastuc- tures that would add value to the eco-park.
• Promote environmental leadership and stewardship initiatives.
• Develop and support ca- pacity-building campaigns to inculcate environmental consciousness among stakeholders.
Society
To promote socio-civic initi- atives that would ultimately inculcate a sense of ownership and pride within the local community.
• A participative community working towards the growth and development of Panguil River Eco Park.
• A well-organized community with a strong sense of local identity.
• Effective interaction between and among the stakeholders of Panguil River Eco Park.
• Develop and support advocacy campaigns that would highlight the role of the local community toward the growth and development of the eco-park.
• Develop and support initi- atives that would establish a values oriented and empowered community.
• Develop and support initi- atives that would support information dissemination within and outside of the local community.
5 10
TITLE OF CE PROJECT / PROGRAM COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Financial Literacy Seminar ETYCB - ACT Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
IT Literacy Program (Cabuyao) CCIS Pulo National High School
Electrical Wiring Installation for Crop Shed
MITL - EE Majayjay Farmers
Financial Literacy for Dela Paz Elementary School
ETYCB Dela Paz Elementary School Biñan, Laguna
PREP Pasalubong Center ETYCB - ENT Panguil River Eco-Park
CAS Educational Fair 2017 CAS Pulo Elementary School
IT Literacy Program (Pangil) CCIS VOGMES (Elementary School)
MCL CSR: The OBE Way ETYCB - ENT Majayjay Farmers
Student Awareness to Industrial Engineering
MITL - IE Canossa Academy Calamba City
Seminar on CPD Implementation, PME License Upgrading, and ASEAN Integration
MITL - ME ME Alumni
PREP Infrastructure Development (with CE)
MITL - IE Panguil River Eco-Park
Antenna Design for Ham Radio System MITL - ECE Panguil River Eco-Park
Seminar & Workshop for Amateur Radio MITL - ECE ECE Students / Volunteers
Retrofitting of PREP Existing Structures MITL - AR Panguil River Eco-Park
Christmas Party for the Kids of Pangil, Laguna
MITL Elementary Pupils of Pangil, Laguna
Regalo Mo, Handog Ko (Ulit 2.0) CCIS Kids at Panguil River Eco-Park
Gift Giving at Aplaya Elementary School MITL Aplaya Elementary School
CTL Cocktails & Photo Booth I-ExCELL Pangil, Laguna & PREP
Principles of Boiler Operations and its uses
CMET Sisters of Mary School - Adlas
ICpEP Region 4-A Professionals General Assembly
MITL - CpE CpE Region IV-A Professionals
ICT Literacy (San Pedro) CCIS - IT Brgy. Calendola, San Pedro, Laguna
SHAPE Concierto CAS - MMA Dambo National High School
Community Theater (on-going) CAS - MMA Dambo National High School
Computer Hardware & Software Training MITL - CpE Panguil River Eco-Park Staff
BASF Kids' Lab 2016 MITL - ChE Sulib Elementary School
Southern Luzon Symposium MITL - ChE ChE Professionals of South Luzon
Speech Workshop CAS - BAB Sulib Elementary School
Infomercial and Travel Show CAS - BAB Panguil River Eco-Park
69
SERVICE-LEARNING INITIATIVES
TITLE OF SL PROJECT COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Skills Training for Food and Beverage Personnel
ETYCB - HRM Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
SuperTrend.PH CAS - LSH Dambo National High School
ALS Prom Night ETYCB - HRM & TM ALS Brgy. Mamatid, Cabuyao, Laguna
Showcase of MCL Mechanics Students’ Output
CAS - MATH Pulo National High School
New Yorker in Tondo / Wanted: A Chaperon
CAS - LSH Mamatid Day Care Pupils
A.G.E. (Amazing Ageing Experience) CAS - LSH Rose Princess Home for the Elderly
Benefit Run for GK Hiyas Farm CAS - PE GK Hiyas Farm
Benefit Dinner for ASP ETYCB - HRM Autism Society of the PH - Sta. Rosa
Valentine’s Day with Mother Earth MITL - ChE Cabuyao, Laguna
Vice Mayors’ League of PH - AVP Production
I-ExCELL - DAD Cabuyao, Laguna
CAS - LSH Pangil, Laguna
I Read: I Lead! CAS - LSH Galalan Elementary School
Aswang Ka Festival 2016 CAS - LSH Panguil River Eco-Park
Kwarto: Philippine One-Act Plays CAS - LSH Galalan Elementary School
Speech Workshop CAS - LSH Sulib Elementary School
Feel the Thrill Panguil: ECHO the Park CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Embark to Echo Park
CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Feature the Nature CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: #PangilProject CAS - BAB Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Donate to Educate CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Variety Show CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Wikamalayan 2016 CAS - LSH Pangil, Laguna
BASF Kids’ Lab 2016 ETYCB - HRM Sulib Elementary School Teachers & Volunteers
PREP Computer Hardware & Software Fundamentals
MITL - CpE Panguil River Eco-Park - Staff
Functional Leadership & Teambuilding CMET - MT & MarE Dambo National High School
LIST OF IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED SL + CE INITIATIVES
IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED INITIATIVES* (PER PROGRAM + CLUSTER)
AR 4Architecture BAB 4Broadcasting
CAS
CCIS
CMET
ETYCB
I-EXCELL
MITL
CLUSTERS
CAS
CCIS
CMET
ETYCB
I-EXCELL
MITL
CMET College of Maritime Education and Training
ETYCB E.T. Yuchengco College of Business
MITL Mapúa Institute of Technology at Laguna
Community Engagement Initiative
Community Engagement Initiative
* ONGOING INITIATIVES (PER PROGRAM)
ONGOING INITIATIVES (PER COLLEGE)
CLUSTERS
CAS
CCIS
CMET
ETYCB
I-EXCELL
MITL
CMET College of Maritime Education and Training
ETYCB E.T. Yuchengco College of Business
MITL Mapúa Institute of Technology at Laguna
Community Engagement Initiative
Community Engagement Initiative
* ONGOING INITIATIVES (PER PROGRAM)
ONGOING INITIATIVES (PER COLLEGE)
SERVICE-LEARNING INITIATIVES
TITLE OF SL PROJECT COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Skills Training for Food and Beverage Personnel
ETYCB - HRM Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
SuperTrend.PH CAS - LSH Dambo National High School
ALS Prom Night ETYCB - HRM & TM ALS Brgy. Mamatid, Cabuyao, Laguna
Showcase of MCL Mechanics Students’ Output
CAS - MATH Pulo National High School
New Yorker in Tondo / Wanted: A Chaperon
CAS - LSH Mamatid Day Care Pupils
A.G.E. (Amazing Ageing Experience) CAS - LSH Rose Princess Home for the Elderly
Benefit Run for GK Hiyas Farm CAS - PE GK Hiyas Farm
Benefit Dinner for ASP ETYCB - HRM Autism Society of the PH - Sta. Rosa
Valentine’s Day with Mother Earth MITL - ChE Cabuyao, Laguna
Vice Mayors’ League of PH - AVP Production
I-ExCELL - DAD Cabuyao, Laguna
CAS - LSH Pangil, Laguna
I Read: I Lead! CAS - LSH Galalan Elementary School
Aswang Ka Festival 2016 CAS - LSH Panguil River Eco-Park
Kwarto: Philippine One-Act Plays CAS - LSH Galalan Elementary School
Speech Workshop CAS - LSH Sulib Elementary School
Feel the Thrill Panguil: ECHO the Park CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Embark to Echo Park
CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Feature the Nature CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: #PangilProject CAS - BAB Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Donate to Educate CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Feel the Thrill Panguil: Variety Show CAS - MMA Panguil River Eco-Park
Wikamalayan 2016 CAS - LSH Pangil, Laguna
BASF Kids’ Lab 2016 ETYCB - HRM Sulib Elementary School Teachers & Volunteers
PREP Computer Hardware & Software Fundamentals
MITL - CpE Panguil River Eco-Park - Staff
Functional Leadership & Teambuilding CMET - MT & MarE Dambo National High School
LIST OF IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED SL + CE INITIATIVES
IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED INITIATIVES* (PER PROGRAM + CLUSTER)
AR 4Architecture BAB 4Broadcasting
CAS
CCIS
CMET
ETYCB
I-EXCELL
MITL
AREA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE EXPECTED OUTCOMES LINE OF ACTION
Economy
To improve the economic growth of Panguil River Eco Park through the development of local products and services.
• Local products and services are identified, developed, and strengthened.
• Increase in the revenue and sales of local products and services in Panguil River Eco Park.
• Strengthen the role and capacity of the stakeholders of Panguil River Eco Park in local economic growth and development.
• Develop local economy through the establishment of a Livelihood or “Pasalu- bong” Center.
• Develop and support local tourism activities.
• Support livelihood initiatives through active promotion of local products and services.
• Provide capacity building mechanism for personnel involved in livelihood initiatives and other tourism related services.
Environment To foster environmental sustainability.
• Development of environmental infrastructures for the eco-park.
• Strengthen the participation of the local community in devel- oping and maintaining projects and initiatives geared toward environmental conservation and protection.
• Facilitate the development of eco-friendly infrastuc- tures that would add value to the eco-park.
• Promote environmental leadership and stewardship initiatives.
• Develop and support ca- pacity-building campaigns to inculcate environmental consciousness among stakeholders.
Society
To promote socio-civic initi- atives that would ultimately inculcate a sense of ownership and pride within the local community.
• A participative community working towards the growth and development of Panguil River Eco Park.
• A well-organized community with a strong sense of local identity.
• Effective interaction between and among the stakeholders of Panguil River Eco Park.
• Develop and support advocacy campaigns that would highlight the role of the local community toward the growth and development of the eco-park.
• Develop and support initi- atives that would establish a values oriented and empowered community.
• Develop and support initi- atives that would support information dissemination within and outside of the local community.
5 10
TITLE OF CE PROJECT / PROGRAM COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Financial Literacy Seminar ETYCB - ACT Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
IT Literacy Program (Cabuyao) CCIS Pulo National High School
Electrical Wiring Installation for Crop Shed
MITL - EE Majayjay Farmers
Financial Literacy for Dela Paz Elementary School
ETYCB Dela Paz Elementary School Biñan, Laguna
PREP Pasalubong Center ETYCB - ENT Panguil River Eco-Park
CAS Educational Fair 2017 CAS Pulo Elementary School
IT Literacy Program (Pangil) CCIS VOGMES (Elementary School)
MCL CSR: The OBE Way ETYCB - ENT Majayjay Farmers
Student Awareness to Industrial Engineering
MITL - IE Canossa Academy Calamba City
Seminar on CPD Implementation, PME License Upgrading, and ASEAN Integration
MITL - ME ME Alumni
PREP Infrastructure Development (with CE)
MITL - IE Panguil River Eco-Park
Antenna Design for Ham Radio System MITL - ECE Panguil River Eco-Park
Seminar & Workshop for Amateur Radio MITL - ECE ECE Students / Volunteers
Retrofitting of PREP Existing Structures MITL - AR Panguil River Eco-Park
Christmas Party for the Kids of Pangil, Laguna
MITL Elementary Pupils of Pangil, Laguna
Regalo Mo, Handog Ko (Ulit 2.0) CCIS Kids at Panguil River Eco-Park
Gift Giving at Aplaya Elementary School MITL Aplaya Elementary School
CTL Cocktails & Photo Booth I-ExCELL Pangil, Laguna & PREP
Principles of Boiler Operations and its uses
CMET Sisters of Mary School - Adlas
ICpEP Region 4-A Professionals General Assembly
MITL - CpE CpE Region IV-A Professionals
ICT Literacy (San Pedro) CCIS - IT Brgy. Calendola, San Pedro, Laguna
SHAPE Concierto CAS - MMA Dambo National High School
Community Theater (on-going) CAS - MMA Dambo National High School
Computer Hardware & Software Training MITL - CpE Panguil River Eco-Park Staff
BASF Kids' Lab 2016 MITL - ChE Sulib Elementary School
Southern Luzon Symposium MITL - ChE ChE Professionals of South Luzon
Speech Workshop CAS - BAB Sulib Elementary School
Infomercial and Travel Show CAS - BAB Panguil River Eco-Park
11
TITLE OF CE PROJECT / PROGRAM COLLEGE / PROGRAM / CLUSTER BENEFICIARY Brigada Eskwela 2017 Disaster Preparedness Kits
CMET - MT & MarE Public Schools of Cabuyao, Laguna
Brigada Eskwela 2017 Disaster Preparedness Kits
CAS - ENVS Public Schools of Cabuyao, Laguna
ENT Tara Na Pamilya, Brigada Na ETYCB Panguil River Eco-Park
CBT Workshop ETYCB - TM Pangil, Laguna
Amateur Radio Orientation & Seminar for PREP Staff & Employees
MITL - ECE Panguil River Eco-Park
Design of a Hydroelectric Power Plant for Panguil River Eco-Park
MITL - ME Panguil River Eco-Park
Installation of Solar-Powered Lighting and Power Structures (on-going)
MITL - EE Panguil River Eco-Park
OTHER INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVES
Brigada Eskwela 2016
• Sulib Elementary School • Dambo National High School • Pulo Elementary School • Pulo National High School
122
• Galalan Elementary School • Gisgis Elementary School 10
CaRPA Clean-up Drive & IEC Seminar • Southville 1, Brgy. Marinig 5
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 2016 • Municipality of Pangil, Laguna • Panguil River Eco-Park • Majayjay Farmers
120
• Jose Fernandez Y Zorilla, Sr. Memorial High School 5
Project Environmental Conservation through Holistic Outcomes (ECHO) is an institutional initiave that started in January 2016. Its objectives in- clude the following: adoption of Panguil River Eco Park and the municipality of Pangil, Laguna as a partner communities; development and delivery of high impact initiatives that would address the needs of the communities within a three-year time frame; and the evaluation and assessment of the impact of the initiatives. Moreover, the goal is to deliver high impact initiatives focusing on the pillars of sustainability namely, the environment, the society, and the economy. Identifying the needs of the community with regards to these areas, the different Colleges and Programs of MCL were able to implement initiatives that are beneficial for all stakeholders involved. These projects and programs include the following:
• Mini-stage for Dambo National High School • BASF Chemistry Laboratory Workshop for Grade 3 & 4 pupils of Sulib Elementary
School • Speech Workshop for Grade 3 & 4 pupils of Sulib Elementary School • Projector and Projector Screen for Sulib Elementary School • Computer Hardware Software & Training for the staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Production of AVPs, Infomercials, and Decorum Video for Panguil River Eco-Park • Clean-up Drive at Panguil River Eco-Park • Safety Training for the staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Functional Leadership & Teambuilding Seminar for Dambo National High School • Kasalang Bayan for selected residents of Pangil, Laguna • Community-based Eco-Tourism Workshop for municipal employees • Seminar on Dengue Awareness for selected residents of Pangil, Laguna • Book Donation Drive for Galalan Elementary School and Gisgis Elementary School • DZJV Radio Advertisement for Panguil River Eco-Park • Website Development for Panguil River Eco-Park • Theater Arts Program for Dambo National High School • IT Literacy Seminar-Workshop for VOGMES (Elementary School Teachers) • Construction of Handrails and Step-on Tablets for Panguil River Eco-Park • Retrofitting of Existing Structures at Panguil River Eco-Park • Antenna for Amateur Radio & Television for Panguil River Eco-Park • Christmas Gift-Giving for Selected Residents/Children of Pangil
• Pasalubong Center for Panguil River Eco-Park
On-going projects and programs include the following: • Amateur Radio Orientation for the Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park • Installation of Solar Lights at Panguil River Eco-Park • Community-based Eco-Tourism Seminar & Training for the Municipality of Pangil • Financial Literacy for MSME Vendors at Panguil River Eco-Park • Food & Beverage Training for the Kitchen Staff of Panguil River Eco-Park
Overall, the goal of these initiatives is to contirubute to the growth of the local economy, promote environmental stewardship and leadership, and strengthen community participation toward the pursuit of sustainable development.
4
LIST OF ONGOING SL & CE INITIATIVES
3 12
STUDENT ORGANIZATION PROJECT / PROGRAM Malayan Kalikasan / CAS Affair with Nature: A Hike to Remember
Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) Or-Funs in Wonderland
Students’ Holistic Approach to Performance and Excellence (SHAPE)
SHAPE Concierto
Union of Passionate Leaders Initiating Fair and True Service (UPLIFT)
Aswang Ka Festival 2016
Hotels: Share A Love
ETYCB Student Council & Organizations Financial Literacy for Students and Parents of Dela Paz Elementary School
Civil Engineering Organization Panguil River Eco Park Hand Rail Project
CAS Students Council CAS Educational Fair 2017
MITL Student Council Christmas Party for the Kids of Pangil, Laguna
MITL Student Council Gift Giving at Aplaya Elementary School
Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) Regalo Mo, Handog Ko (Ulit! 2.0)
Mapúa-PTC CMET Student Council Fundraising Activity for Brigada Eskwela 2017*
IMPLEMENTED & COMPLETED INITIATIVES (STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS)
*Ongoing as of May 15, 2017
EXTERNAL PARTNERS
Municipality of Pangil, Laguna
City Government of Cabuyao
Gawad Kalinga Hiyas ng Manila Integrated Farm
Majayjay Laguna Farmers (Cooperative)
RunMania Philippines
Subdivision Logistics Cargo Forwarders and Brokerage Corp.
Panguil River Eco-Park
Providing a platform from which service-learning and community engagement initiatives can be sustainably implemented is one of CSCE’s most important priorities. Rcognizing the need for adequate financial resources, the department ensures that allocated funds are effectively and efficiently utilized.
23%
Institutional
TOTAL
13
The Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSCE) man- ages the corporate social responsibility initiatives of Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL). The mandate is to help fulfill MCL’s mission of contributing to the solution of industry’s and society’s problems by the expert application of knowledge. This could be achieved by providing a platform for integrated learning opportunities for MCL students, ad- ministrators, faculty members, staff, and related stakeholders to foster excellence and virtue in community service. Ultimately, the goal is to continuously facilitate ser- vice-learning and community engagement initiatives through conscious and sustain- able efforts inspired by the spirit of volunteerism and a strong commitment to service and development.
In an effort to promote sustainability, the institution utilizes available knowledge and resources that would promote productive collaboration and partnership among stakeholders. This school year, previous efforts were strengthened and part- nerships were forged in order to ensure the delivery of quality service. As MCL and CSCE continue to work with specific communities, effective and efficient allocation of resources, time, and effort are assured.
In the course of one school year, over 10,000 beneficiaries in different communities around Pangil, Laguna and other partner communities have been reached through Project ECHO and other community service initiatives. MCL continues to CON- NECT with COMMUNITIES through building a shared sense of responsibility between and among the stakeholders involved. It is in the interest of the institution to contin- uously identify projects, programs, and other collaborative initiatives that would put forward excellence and virtue in community service.
MCL also takes pride in its learner-centered outcomes based approach that allows students as well as the entire MCL community to take part in activities that emphasizes the translation of theoretical learning into practical application with social relevance. It is indeed, a connection that bridges stakeholder efforts toward growth and development built on a heartfelt desire to serve and affect change. As such, MCL pushes forward to establish a foundation that is rooted upon collaboration and well-meaning efforts that would exemplify MCL’s commitment to CONNECT with COMMUNITIES and
continue without ceasing until objectives are met. 2
FINANCES