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U NIVERSITY S TUDENT C OUNCIL University of the Philippines - Diliman Room 206, Vinzons Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City Telephone number: 981-8500 local 4521

Rainier Astin R. Sindayen CHAIRPERSON Fermina Carmen Agudo VICE CHAIRPERSON COUNCILORS Kristine Borja Marck Bryan David Marvee dela Resma Jeanine Jerusha Duran Sarah Jane Elago Richard Estrella Jemimah Grace Garcia Raphael Dominic Ibaviosa Kristine Kamille Kalingking Jessica Mariazeta Dan Neil Ramos Simoun Antonio Salinas

COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES

1-July-2010 ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ To all leaders of organizations, fraternities and sororities: Warm Greetings of Solidarity! The University Student Council (USC) stands as the highest representative organization of students of the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Through the years, the USC embodied and provided a strong and principled leadership, as well as uncompromising commitment in serving the students, the whole UP community and the Filipino people in general.

Juan Carlo Danganan Asian Institute of Tourism Alexander Dominic Mayoralgo College of Architecture Maria Kriselda Sebastian College of Arts and Letters Englebert Chua College of Business Administration Montana Amir Dominguez College of Education Brad Nanao College of Fine Arts Karmela Victoria Abesamis College of Home Economics Michael Bryan Bien Cyrus Dickson Cruz College of Engineering Angelo Jose Flores College of Human Kinetics Ma. Florence Therese Martirez College of Law Nigel Patrick Cornel College of Mass Communication Nicole Roxanne Aldiosa College of Music Jacqueline Canlas College of Science Juan Carlo Tejano College of Social Sciences and Philosophy Marie Gold Villar College of Social Work and Community Development Desiree Ico National College of Public Administration and Governance Carlo Miguel Romeo Sison Go School of Economics John Ronald Almona School of Library and Information Science Heverly Bermina Bravo School of Statistics

By maintaining its collaborative lines open and by keeping itself submerged in the domain of its primary stakeholders, the USC upholds its proficiency in attending to the demands and needs of the students of the university. In line with its goal to promote development of student formations, the USC Committee on Organizations, Fraternities and Sororities (COFS), together with the UP Communication Research Society (UP CRS) and the UP Sanlahi Alliance, will hold the first installment of the ORGDEV: Organization Development Training Series on August 2, 2010, 9:00am-4:00pm. The birth of this training series shall focus on the areas of marketing, publicity, image branding and public relations. Attached is a copy of the program for your perusal. We humbly invite your organization/fraternity/sorority to participate in the said event. For those who will be participating in ACLE 2010, attendance of 2-3 members of your organization can be considered as one of the ACLE event attendance requirements. Those who will send their confirmation on or before July 23 through Sarah (09153151116) are entitled to a discounted registration fee of Fifty Pesos (PHP 50 inclusive of AM and PM snacks and free flowing coffee) per participant. If you have further concerns, please contact the undersigned. We are looking forward to your most favorable response. In the Service of the Students and the Filipino People, (signed) SARAH JANE I. ELAGO Co-Head, Committee on Organizations, Fraternities and Sororities Councilor, USC 2010-2011 09153151116, sarah_elago@yahoo.com (signed) CHARLES ANTHONY R. BUNAG Chairperson, UP Sanlahi Alliance 09273161583, charlesrbunag@gmail.com (signed) CRIZZ JARNAISE S. BORJA External Affairs Committee Head, UP Communication Research Society 09166619565, kizzborj@yahoo.com


OFS OrgDev August 2 2010