I. CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDACY GENERAL INFORMATION Name of Candidate
Jakov Ivan S. Dumbrique
Year & Course
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Position Aspired for *Put a check (ü )
Department (for Department Head candidates)
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President Executive Vice President Secretary-‐General Chief Finance Officer
Department Head Deputy for Documentations Deputy for Marketing Deputy for Promotions Deputy for Special Projects
ESSAY. Explain in 100 words or less why you want to run for the position and your vision for AMS. I am running for the position since I believe that the impact of any organization lies in building quality relationships among its members. I want also to tap the members’ potential and help them find their own role and place in the AMS family, like how AMS is an avenue for my growth. I envision AMS to be a home of math enthusiasts who are also passionate and devoted members of the organization. I envision AMS to be an avenue for increasing awareness and appreciation of Mathematics while holistically molding its members.
PLEDGE I, Jakov Ivan S. Dumbrique , have read the AMS Electoral Code and attest to the facts contained in this Certificate of Candidacy and in all other documents required by the Electoral Board of the Ateneo Mathematics Society (AMS). By signing this pledge, I certify that I have had consultation with the incumbent officer and I thereby give permission to evaluate the facts contained in all the documents I have submitted to the AMS Electoral Board. I swear to uphold the rules stipulated in the AMS Electoral Code and by the AMS Electoral Board with full awareness that the violation of the said rules would result to possible sanctions as stipulated in the AMS Electoral Code. It is my sincere intention to promote a free, honest, and clean election.
Jakov Ivan S. Dumbrique January 10, 2013
Signature Over Printed Name Date
Use Ateneo Placement Office’s (APO) One (1) Page Format. Please refer to Resume Writing folder of the Election Kit, and the sample below.
Jakov Ivan S. Dumbrique EDUCATION
0916-351-8786 | 426-6001 loc. 6316 | firstname.lastname@example.org Ateneo de Manila University BS Applied Mathematics Major in Mathematical Finance (May 2016) Certificate of Appreciation for Excellence in Academic Pursuits (given by the Ateneo Association of Former Resident Students, Inc.), 1st Semester, SY 2013-2014 Ateneo Mathematics Society XMath Project Head (2013-2014), Math 101 Programs Core(2013-2014), Cardkeeper (20132014) • As XMath Project Head, facilitated core meetings, supervised and managed the Core Team especially the Programs Core, addressed logistical concerns, conducted fundraisers, created a tracker to organize flow of information, conducted expectation setting and role opening ICs with members, established friendly relationships among members of the core team • As Math 101 Programs Core, made a list of questions and PowerPoint presentation for the Poker QuizBee and helped in creating its mechanics, created a Python file to track points • As Cardkeeper, informed the members of Seven of Clubs of AMS events and updates, encouraged them to attend the activities, made friendly relationships with the members Ateneo Statistics Circle YEP Project Director (2013-Present) • As YEP Project Director, facilitates core meetings, supervises and manages the Core Team especially the Logistics Core, builds friendly relationships among members
AIESEC AdMU Exchange Expo Organizing Committee Vice President for Finance, Legal and Administration (August – December 2013) • As Exchange Expo OCVP for FLA, drafted budget proposals, conducted fundraisers, addressed logistical concerns, created financial statements and managed budget constraints and finances Ateneo Statistics Circle Research Director (2013-Present), Research Analyst (2012-2013) • As Research Director, managed a team and established friendly relationships among the members, conducted Focus Group Discussions (FGDs), drafted research proposal for Gabay Needs Assessment Survey • As Research Analyst, conducted FGDs, disseminated surveys and did analysis for MoguMogu Research, drafted FGD Guide for Kaingin Study Kythe Ateneo I Am Hope: Dare to Dream Programs Core (August – September 2013) • As I Am Hope Programs Core, contacted performers and took care of them during the event
Ateneo Mathematics Society Leadership Training Seminar (Oct. 2013); AIESEC Leadership Development Seminar (Aug. 2012, 2013); A-Stat Membership Development Workshop (Nov. 2012)
SKILLS & INTERESTS
I am fluent in English, Filipino and Ilocano. I am organized, goal-oriented and optimistic. I am a good listener. I like watching science documentaries and listening to pop music. I am open to fresh and bold ideas.
III. PLATFORM You are not allowed to have more than three (3) Main Points. USE PROPER FORMAT. Strictly ONE (1) LINE ONLY for each Main Point and NO MORE THAN SEVEN (7) LINES for the Details. Use only Cambria, 10 Font. Note: A sentence does not automatically correspond to one line.
MAIN POINT 1: Stimulate stronger bonds between members with same interests Department GAs will be conducted at least one per semester in order to strengthen old connections and foster new bonds between members. There will also be Ultimate Bonding Experience (UBE) for members with the same interests (i.e. suits, department, core team, pools, whole AMS community), which will be regularly done on intervals between the projects in order to sustain the connections among the members. This will also lead to a high attendance turnout for the projects and other activities. Through these efforts, we will not only be creating impact to our members but also nurture the bonds among them and help find their role and place in the organization. MAIN POINT 2: Activate effective communication through efficient systems In order to have an open and consistent line of communication within the department, trackers for IC, projects, Pool of Hosts (PoH), and Know-‐Your-‐AMS-‐Member (KYAM )will be created via spreadsheets. This will organize the flow of information and the system of assigning tasks to the members (internal management). This will also make communication with the different departments and major pools more efficient (external relations). At the start of the project’s planning phase, individual expectation setting will be done among the members in order to assess their visions and plans for the project or pool. MAIN POINT 3: Propagate impact through improved project management Proper monitoring of the project heads, pool heads and their core teams will be done on all aspects (i.e. impact, efficiency, sustainability) during the planning, execution and evaluation phases. Individual Consultations (ICs) will be conducted regularly with the PHs. Also, we plan that the first core meeting will be filled with bonding activities so as to have an effective focus group discussion afterwards. We aim to foster alumni relations by inviting graduates who were members of the organization to be part of the activities during the NovFest.