Volunteering: Christmas Parade in Auckland

Christmas in New Zealand is incredible. To kick off the festive season, a parade is usually organised every year where amazing floats, inflatables, and entertainment groups galore are showcased in late November to early December. There are two things you can do when in Auckland during this time of the year. You can either be... Continue Reading →

Full-time Scholarship: The Schwarzman Scholar

If you're looking for a full-time scholarship, you may want to consider this. DEADLINE: September 28, 11:59 PM, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). According to its website, the Schwarzman Scholarship does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, veteran status, or disability unrelated... Continue Reading →

What Volunteering Has Taught Me ❤️

Volunteer I love today's prompt: Volunteer!  via Daily Prompt: Volunteer. It significantly flashbacks golden memories of my volunteering experiences. I live in a lovable country where volunteering opportunities can be found almost everywhere. Why? First, it is prone to natural calamities such as earthquakes, typhoons, volcanic eruptions, etc. Second, it is a developing country where at least 26.3% (12Million... Continue Reading →

Study Abroad: Jeanne Sauve Public Leadership Program

The Jeanne Sauvé Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2017-19 Jeanne Sauvé Public Leadership Program. The Foundation invites bright young change-makers from a wide range of disciplines and sectors from Canada and around to world to take part in a remarkable leadership journey. The Jeanne Sauvé Public Leadership Program represents the beginning of a lifelong... Continue Reading →

2016 Search for Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines

LEARNING, LEADING AND SERVING FOR LIFE Good news! The search is ON for the 2016 Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines. You may download the nomination kit here or here: QUALIFICATIONS A Filipino citizen, not more than 30 years old, of excellent moral character, and without any record of criminal or unfavorable disciplinary case in school.... Continue Reading →

Think Globally, Act Locally

When I was younger I would hear some people jokingly say, "Go home and plant Camote" especially when someone does not want to study or when one performs low in academics. It seems farming has been looked down on ever since. As a result, young people tend to be inferior about themselves especially when their parents' primary source of living is farming or... Continue Reading →

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