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General Elections 2018


Table of Contents

Click on a college or Executive Board office to view their Specific Plans of Action.

College of Science p. 24 College of Computer Studies p. 14

Gokongwei College of Engineering p. 22

College of Liberal Arts p.18

Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business p. 20

Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education p. 16

School of Economics p. 26

Vice President for External Affairs p. 8 Executive Secretary p. 10

Executive Treasurer p. 12 Vice President for Internal Affairs p. 6

USG President p. 4


Executive Board

GABBIE PEREZ DSM Colegio San Agustin Makati • • • • •

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Incumbent Vice President for External Affairs Former College President of the College of Liberal Arts Student Volunteer Head of the DLSU-CSB PWD Entre-ployment Fair Launched the DLSU External Opportunities Channel Spearheaded the ASEAN-Japan Career Fair in DLSU

Office of the USG President

Office Thrusts People-Centered Innovative Leadership

Service-Driven Lasallians

Initiative-Driven and Proactive Partnership

Working towards a university that you can call yours.

Reinforcing the concept of service to Lasallians through programs that are centered on giving back.

Embodying the stand of the students in student representation and programs.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION USG Roadmap to 20

Comprehensive Review of USG Representation

Maximized and Upgraded COLE

Now that the USG is celebrating its tenth year, a review and critique of its previous officers would be needed, as the USG will be mapping out phases in the next years of goal-specific programs for the whole USG. This will ensure sustainable and collective action of self-development and a better USG.

OPRES will focus on reviewing the efficiency of the different platforms of representation. The CURE manual should be reviewed and revamped. More than this, EB office partners should be better established.

A series of projects that gathers student leaders to discuss student issues that we could lobby with the administration. This will also be an avenue for the USG to highlight different student sectors. (Meet your CSO, Services of the Different Student office groups etc) We will also be discussing and reassessing student processes. there will be breakout sessions now, different sectors will get to choose different student committees they can work on with the whole student sector community. E.g. (Student Advocacies, Processes, etc)

Comprehensive Review and ReEstablishment of USG Policies

Community Town Hall Meetings

Inclusivity in the University

This initiative would be comprehensively reviewing the following internal policies: the Code of Conduct, the USG Constitution, the Social Media Manual, the Activities Assembly Guidelines, the Student Service Manual. This will also be establishing the External Affairs Manual and the USG Disaster Preparedness Manual. This will be done as One USG, through the Working Committee on USG Policies.

A series of townhall meetings, not just from the USG but also from the different sectors of the University. Providing different, innovative ways of engaging the students would promote direct communication in the whole university.

Lobbying for policies and initiatives that promote inclusivity in the campus. This includes having a PWD-Friendly campus, Mental health programs and creating safe spaces for the LGBT community.

International Leadership and Governance Exchange

Re-Establishing the Lasallian Federation

Boto Lasalyano, Sulong Pilipino

One of the approaches that OPRES will be taking would be self-improvement through external benchmarking. It is when we look at successful models from different student councils and governments, that we see which initiatives we can improve and adapt in DLSUUSG. Along with this, would be opportunities for growth and self-improvement through exposure in the different networks of student leaders. The main network that will be utilized would be the ASEAN University Network.

An initiative that focuses on the integration of the Lasallian values and Mission through re-establishing the Lasallian Federation. This will be our main community for National Involvement as CONIC relies on this.

Given 2019’s upcoming national elections, preparations for voter awareness and national involvement should begin.

Office of the USG President

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Executive Board

Office Thrusts Academics Policy and Services

Revamped Student Services

World Class Facilities

A student enters the university for academic purposes and that is where the focus would be. We want to be able to provide you the necessary academic policies and services in the university with the idea of sustainable solutions at the center.

Student Services should be done on a thought process that these would affect the students long term. The revamped student services would intensively look into pushing for innovations that would enhance student life.

The facilities available to the students should be at par with De La Salle University being known as a worldclass institution. The USG recognizes its importance in achieving its vision and commits to further enhancing and innovating facilities inside the university.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION ADRIAN MENDOZA CS Southville International School and Colleges • • • • •

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Incumbent Legislative Assembly Majority Floor Leader Consistent 1st Honors Dean’s Lister 2 Time Legislative Assembly Representative Best Frosh Legislative Assembly Representative Finance Team Leader, Filipino Youth Summit

Office of the Vice President for Internal Affairs

Pro Student Academic Concerns

Accessing WiFi

Taxi and FX Accreditation and Stand

This program focuses on the most pressing academic concerns of the student body. From researching what would be the best enlistment schedule with plans on the university break and non-classhours, to benchmarking effective course projection surveys for the students, to research and renew the grievance process.

To ensure that each Lasallian has fast access to the campus internet especially during peak hours, we want to ensure that every students gets to connect at least 1 device to the internet with priority by using their ID number so that everybody gets a chance to be able to maximize the internet provided by the University.

Considering the safetiness of different modes of transportation, We will be partnering with a Taxi company in order to decrease waiting time and enhance safetiness for the students. We will also be partnering with a FX company for high volume routes for the Lasallians in order to give students a safer and accredited mode of transportation.

Pre-Shifting Course Simulation

Standardized Student Services

24/7 University Facilities

Students often don’t know which course they should shift into. Thus, students will be given a chance to sit in classes under a different degree program. This will be coordinated with the dean and department chairs of the colleges, and will follow an application process to maintain a degree of order. In addition, there will be a day where students get to hear department chairs talk about the programs that they are offering for everyone to understand what to expect in the degree. This will enable interested students to explore other academic programs and maximize their learning experience before making a decision on which course to shift into.

To ensure that all Student Services will be enhanced, consistent, innovative, and centralized in order to make sure that all students have access to all student services being offered in the university. This initiative will introduce the presence of microwaves inside high volume areas inside the university, introduce the addition of a parking availability feature to be included in the student mobile app, reintroduce charging stations, revamping of different student service processes through the use of the ID and continuing the implementation of different student services that have been helping the student body.

Coming off a historic 24/7 study area, we want to research on expanding different 24/7 facitlities that would make sure students have a safe place for different initiatives in regard to their education and academics even in the wee hours of the night. This initiative is putting students closer to their needs with a 24/7 Computer Laboratory and a 24/7 Library inside DLSU and different facilities that would benefit the students.

Distance Learning

Inclusive Lasallian Environment

Go Green Initiative

Distance is often a problem for students looking for education. With regards to the problem, we will look to lobby for a jumpstart to an enhanced academic platform where we will be able to take classes online. This initiative will further push the University to be at par with different International Universities thus setting a standard in the country.

This program focuses on inclusivity where every student should feel that they are part of the DLSU community. With this, we will be lobbying for Gender Neutral Restrooms, Genders Class availability for the whole University as an elective in order to make sure that every lasallian feels that they belong in the community.

As part of our commitment for a cleaner and greener university, we will be taking steps towards this stand and will be done through different policies like the banning of plastic straws and the installment of solar panels for renewable energy.

Office of the Vice President for Internal Affairs

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Executive Board

Office Thrusts Redefined National Identity and Advocacy

Innovated External Linkages and Career Services

Improved Safety and Security Measures

Instilling the lasallian values and principles as the core of programs and initiatives.

Providing relevant, accessible and engaging opportunities.

Ensuring a culture of alignment and coordination are at the heart of service.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION ANGELI ANDAN ISE-LGL College of the Holy Spirit Tarlac • • • • •

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President, De La Salle-Model United Nations Society Executive Director, Filipino Youth Summit DLSU Executive Director, Philippine Model Congress 2019 Director for Delegate Relations, Philippine Model Congress 20172018 Outstanding Delegation, National Model United Nations New York 2018

Office of the Vice President for External Affairs

Lasalyano para sa Bayan

DLSU Post-Graduate Opportunities Program

Greener La Salle

This initiative aims to focus on national affairs, giving Lasallians the opportunity to participate in projects centered on specific issues in the Philippines. These projects include the One DLSU Community Response where support will be provided to people affected by national tragedies, the National Policy Reviews which cover the stand of Lasallians on national issues, and the Student CONIC Representatives Program which ensures proper information dissemination of national issues to students.

To further improve the career services being provided to the students, this project aims to serve an avenue for graduating students to explore opportunities for further graduate studies, and post-graduation programs. Assistance services such as conducting consultations, and inviting various organizations for students planning to take graduate, juris doctor, and medicine studies will likewise be made accessible.

The university is known for being environmentfriendly. However, it still lacks in terms of further implementation, and innovation. With Greener Lasalle, this aims to make all aspects greener through going green internally and externally. This will be made through the lobbying of environmental-friendly policies, creating ecobricks, improving waste segregation, and implementing a reusable food packaging system. Moreover, this will be carried out in the social engagements of the university, such as outreaches and clean-up drives.

DLSU SDG Community Plan

DLSU Go Global

Safe Taft Spaces

This is a yearlong program where the USG highlights projects and initiatives that directly contribute to each of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. Through this, the goal is to create and strengthen relations with different organizations and advocacy groups. Onground activations, publicity series, and month-long initiatives per advocacy will be provided with the vision of providing Lasallians the opportunity to learn more about their personal advocacies, and encourage them to take it further.

Learning does not end inside the classroom, thus, it has to be applied outside. This is an umbrella project that aims to expand external opportunities to Lasallians by providing comprehensive assistance services to exchange students such as financial grants, maximizing partnerships with Universities abroad, and making student exchange accessible for students. This is to ensure that the academic network is open, dynamic, and diverse.

This project aims to strengthen existent safety and security projects in Taft, in close partnership with the local government, and the multi-sectoral board. Through the lobbying of a Student Security Committee which will ensure that the needs of students concerning safety will be met, the strengthening of the Task for Safe Schools for better coordination, and the lobbying of additional CCTV cameras and traffic enforcers in roads around Taft Avenue to ensure that a safety culture is being shared in the community.

One DLSU Community Response

USG External Affairs Manual

Tulong Lasalyano, Sagip Pilipino

A series of projects designed to equip Lasallians on being active citizens through engaging in socio-civic and a community-development initiatives. The goals of the program are to provide support to people affected by violence, and national tragedies such as the Extrajudicial Killings, to help these victims raise funds for livelihood, and to provide timely and accurate progress on the partner communities. This likewise focuses on the holistic development of the families, and the children affected.

This is a consolidated manual that tackles the processes for projects concerning external affairs to be implemented to all USG units, ensuring that they follow standard safety and security measures. Through lobbying the policies to the administration regarding external linkages and dealing, the efficiency and relevance of the external programs being made by the USG is ensured.

This is a streamlined disaster risk reduction program where Lasallians will be exposed to various activities geared towards disaster preparedness. To reduce the impacts of disasters in the university, students, administration, and the staff will be educated on various Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies. Aside from, this program seeks to review the existing plan of DLSU for fire and earthquake since there have been newer buildings and establishments in taft that should be considered as safety hazards. In case of calamities, a concrete plan will also be made and approved by the different sectors of the USG for better preparation.

Office of the Vice President for External Affairs

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Executive Board

JUSTEEN KAYE SY MGT Grace Christian College • • • • •

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Externals Undersecretary, Office of the Secretary Vice Chairperson for University Relations, Business College Government Chairperson, Alliance of Business Councils Head for Administrative Affairs, Quiver Mobile Application Project Head for Communications Fair 2018

Office of the Executive Secretary

Office Thrusts Intensified Office Management

Purpose-driven USG

Sustainable Communication Platforms

Ensuring that all officers are properly fulfilling their duties; ensuring transparency by making pertinent documents and reports available to students.

Creating avenues for empowerment and learning, not only limited to USG officers but available for all students.

Providing avenues for different sectors to easily reach the student body and centralize information dissemination in order to reach more students.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION Secretary’s Manual

One USG Training

Technology Development Team

A standardized manual, for student processes and project guidelines that will ensure consistency and accuracy in initiatives executed. In partnership with DAAM.

Termly training of the USG Elected and appointed to ensure that their responsibilities and task in the USG are effectively carried out. Modular trainings in partnership with SLIFE will be given to the officers and provide them with understanding of the processes and activities that fall under USG.

A team that will monitor, enhance, and sustain the different communication platforms within our university. This team will specialize in gathering insights, and formulating changes that can further improve our connection to the student body by ensuring that all initiatives are researchdriven.

Secretaries’ Assembly

USG Be Informed

UniTV

Frequent assembly of all secretaries of each units that will directly report to OSEC and will ensure that they follow the Secretary’s Manual. This will ensure alignment of initiatives and resolve human resources issues and other matters concerning the USG

In order to ensure that each USG Officer knows what is happening internally, weekly newsletters will be published through the Quiver App and the USG Portal

In an effort to make information even more accessible to all types of students, green screens and monitors shall be used to display important announcements and events central to a maximized student life. Ensuring that all communication platforms are met, UniTV is an avenue for students to be properly informed while inside the university.

USG Performance Management System

USG Portal

Communication Convention

Projects and policies that would focus on ensuring that USG officers are competent, USG units are efficient, and the whole USG self-evaluates. Tests and simulations will be conducted in order to assess the officer properly.

A backend portal where all the things needed for us to see what is happening to the other parts of the USG. As an EB we have to mandate to always be on top of the rest of things going on within USG, but through this tool, we are given the access to information to collaborate and support others.

A convention centered on the many avenues for communication in society and within the university. This includes workshops on Online Vlogging, Filipino Sign Language, Online Influencer Strategies, Hosting, and Battling Fake News. This event shall be done in partnership with external media companies, telecommunication groups, and other possible media organization.

Office of the Executive Secretary

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Executive Board

ADI BRIONES AEF-FIN La Salle Green Hills • •

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Incumbent School of Economics College President Co-authored the Student Sector Proposal of the Multi-sectoral Committee on Student Fees from 2015-2017 Two-time Vice Chairperson for Tuition Fee Board, OTREAS Co-Project Head, USG Student Services Week 2017 First Runner Up, HSBC Philippines Business Case Competition

Office of the Executive Treasurer

Office Thrusts Research-Driven Financial Policies

Maximized Lasallian Education

Accessible Financial Services

Ensuring quality Lasallian education to be made more accessible.

Enhancing the added value of being a Lasallian.

Providing avenues for different sectors to easily reach the student body and centralize information dissemination in order to reach more students.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION Review on Pricing of Goods and Services in DLSU

DLSU Externals Grant

Subsidized External Student Services

We will conduct an intensive and allinclusive review on the current pricing of goods and services offered in the University to ensure that it is up to industry standards. We shall ensure justifiable valuation of services and goods offered in the university through providing recommendations based on industry-wide researches.

Students are often constrained to participate in various external opportunities such as exchange programs and competitions due to budget limitations. In collaboration with the OVPEA, this grant will enable Lasallians to participate in these external programs with subsidized fees, on top of the grants given by the University, department, or sponsoring institution. This helps students who do not have the financial means but deserve the opportunity to participate in these programs.

At the present, we have already provided subsidized student services in the form of parking tickets, printing services, and photocopying services within DLSU. This year, we aim to expand the scope of these student services external to DLSU via subsidized Beep Cards, Grab Vouchers, Toll Gate Subsidy, School Supplies Subsidies, and the like, so that our office can better serve the whole Lasallian community.

Student-driven Tuition Fee Increase & Review

Extended Student Loan

Procurement Assistance and Review

Apart from creating avenues for students to actively participate in our discussions for the tuition fee increase via increased communication channels, we will ensure that the students are well-represented and are knowledgeable on the different matters concerning their tuition fee by being transparent on the different matters during meetings with the Multi-Sectoral Consulative Committee on Tuition Fees. Also, we will be reviewing the previous AY’s tuition fee increase if it was properly allocated and if it merited an improvement in the quality of Lasallian education.

The Student Government Assistance Fund (SGAF) is currently being used to fund the tuition programs of the USG. We aim to increase the scope of such fund to provide various loans to the student body such as Thesis Loans, Start up Loans, Book Loans, Dorm Loans, Supplies Loans, and the like.

In response to the difficulty of organizations adjusting to the new procurement processes in DLSU, we shall be setting up a Procurement Assistance Committee who would assist units and organizations in matters related to procurement. Also, we will be reevaluating its effectiveness, while lobbying for recommendations to further improve the procurement process.

Revamped USG Transparency Reports

College-wide Scholarship Grants

Over-the-Counter, and Online Payment of Tuition and Fees

We will be releasing trimestral financial reports of all the USG units that will be inclusive of fund balances, term expenses, and fundraising reports to promote transparency in the usage and generation of funds to the student body.

In fighting for accessible Lasallian education, we would lobby for collegewide scholarship grants by partnering up with all college offices and college governments. The ultimate objective of this initiative is to provide one new scholarship for each college, that matches the requirements set by the respective college departments and government units.

At the present, the over-the-counter payment scheme of DLSU is only available to a limited number of banks. This year, we will lobby to expand the bank choices for this payment scheme, and to create a platform where online payment is made available for students and families to have a more convenient mode of paying their tuition and fees.

Office of the Executive Treasurer

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CCS College President

Vision

SOPHIA RIVERA

A REDEFINED CCS THAT EMBRACES SELF-DRIVEN GROWTH

CS-ST Philippine Science High School • • • • •

CATCH2T19

Incumbent CATCH2T19 Batch President Former CATCH2T19 Batch Treasurer Former SPRINT Assistant Vice President for HRD Assistant Academic Head for Computer Science in Immanuel Montessori, Tarlac Former LSCS Assistant Vice President for Socio-Civic

CATCH2T20

Currently, the Computer Studies Government, batch governments, and the different student organizations in CCS are working independent from each other which results in the creation of repetitive projects for the students, and misaligned initiatives. That is why CCS students are having difficulty in discovering or exploring

what path they should take due to the lack of variety in avenues. Our visionA Redefined CCS that embraces self-driven growth, envisions a CCS that is productive and collaborative. The CSG welcomes students to choose what aspects of their life they want to develop. We will start by making sure that the CSG is a centralized

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

CATCH2T21

ONE USG

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

government by aligning its goals with the different batch governments and organizations, student body, and the admin. This will create a collaborative environment within CCS that will help improve the quality of the initiatives that we provide to the student body making it more relevant to them and making a bigger impact in their lives.

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

Trips to the Future

Thesis Student Services

CATCH Ya Later

CATCH2T19

CATCH2T19

CATCH2T20

Since the 115 students are nearing graduation and are very eager to step into the real world, we want to give them a better exposure on the different companies’ working environments and have them learn about experiences in the different companies, so that the students will gain a new perspective on the different companies and think thoroughly about the company or industry they want to be a part of.

Thesis is the period where students will be spending a lot of time on doing research, effort on looking for respondents and money on getting thesis materials. We want to help them by providing them the best services that they will be needing such as printing services, lending flash drives and CDs, Book Binding services, organizing consultations with alumni or mentors from some companies, and especially, aiding them to look for the appropriate respondent and test subjects for their research. And the students will be able to focus more on the content of the research, save time from worrying over resources, and successfully conduct their thesis.

Given that the 116 batch will be exposed to industry work, this project aims to give the students a glimpse on how their field of study can impact real world institutions. There will be an expedition which will be held in a place where they get to see how their outputs and role can benefit the society. It is time that we step out of our comfort zones and experience our field of study outside the classroom - we’ll “CATCH Ya Later”!

OJ2TTraining

2T21derland

Catching You!

CATCH2T20

CATCH2T21

CATCH2T21

It aims to help the batch prepare for their OJT this upcoming year and provide them options on what companies they can apply to. There will be an online pub where the students can use for reference as a guide for OJT processing. As well as a directory provided with a list of various companies the students can choose from in hopes to give the batch a good avenue for more OJT opportunities.

2T21derland plans to bring 117 CCS engaging activities such as a sports fest, competitive games, leadership training, and off-campus team building. This will allow the batch to build up on existing bonds and create new ones.

Catching You! is a online student services project for students who face difficulties with their courses and students who are misaligned with the degree. It features flow chart help services for assisting students with enlistment and an online survey to know which classes the students need and this information will be relayed to our academic assistant. There will also be a online reviewer drive containing self-learning exercises and modules on the major courses.

Jaymee VILLACRUZ

Ian ONA

Shasha VILLAROMAN

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

CS // St. Stephen’s High School Project Head Camp for Student Achievers with Ideas • DLSU Technology Summit 2018 Committee Head for Publicity • La Salle Computer Society Associate Vice President for Academics

CS // De La Salle Santiago Zobel Former CATCH2T20 Batch Vice President (2016-2017) • DLSU SPRINT - AVP for External Affairs • La Salle Computer Society AVP for Publicities

CS // Miriam College High School CATCH2T21 Publicity and Creatives Chairperson • DLSU Technology Summit 2018 Creatives Committee • Philippine Computing Organizations Alliance Vice President for Creatives

Aaron BAUTISTA

Nike PLANAS

Kristen ESPIRITU

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

CS-ST // Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati

CATCH2T19 Vice President for External Affairs • La Salle Computer Society Junior Officer • Former CSO Associate for Publicity and Productions

CS // Assumption College, SLV Makati Incumbent CATCH2T20 Batch Vice President • ASEAN Youth Summit 2018 Team Head for Logistics • University Vision Mission Week 2018 - Assistant Team Leader for Documentations and Logistics

CS // Colegio De Sta. Rosa, Makati DLSU Technology Summit 2018 Open Logistics Committee • La Salle Computer Society Junior Officer • Philippine Computing Organizations Alliance AVP for Marketing

AdvanCCS

JumpStartUp

Centralized Student Services

Christian ALDERITE

Richard INGLES

Luis MARTINEZ

Computer Studies Government

Computer Studies Government

Computer Studies Government

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

IT // Cayetano Science High School Full St. La Salle Scholar (2015-present) • Telemarketer for DLSU Alumni Advance and Relations Office • Former CATCH2T19 LA Core Adviser for National Affairs

CS // Manresa School Parañaque Former CATCH2T19 Vice Chairperson for Creatives • Starpreneur - Assistant Team Leader for Documentation

CS // De La Salle Santiago Zobel Filipino Youth Summit 2018 Assistant Team Leader for Delegate Relations • 117 Week Assistant Team Leader for Publicity • DLSU Technology Summit 2018 Communications Associate

In CCS, multiple entities are working independently from one another, causing a misalignment in initiatives. Through collaboration with the different sectors within and outside the university, we plan to create projects with various tracks, such as arts, business, leadership and managament, and program development, to support students on their journey to self-develop. This would ensure that projects would have more variety and would cater more students.

As CCS has a diverse student body, we believe that there are some students who have their own ideas that they want to make into a reality. JumpStartUp is an umbrella project that comprises of collaborated events that would bring out the innovative side of students. Under this is InnovWeek, a startup accelerator program, and a Crash Course program.

Since we believe that being more aligned and coordinated would create a productive environment in CCS, we plan to implement Centralized Student Services that streamlines information dissemination and addressing student concerns. Some examples of the projects are flowchart assistance, printing and bookbinding services, the pahiram scheme, and a directory that can be used to link a CCS student to companies. These projects will be made possible with the help of the different sectors within and outside the university.

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College of Computer Studies

College of Computer Studies

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BAGCED College President

EDU NIOKO

Vision

EXPANDING THE EXCELLENCE OF LASALLIAN EDUCATORS

BSE-English Colegio San Agustin - Makati • • • • •

EDGE2016

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Incumbent EDGE2016 LA Representative Co-Project Head of Winter Wonderland (2017) Co-Author of the M section for CED Science Major students to enroll classes under COS and during their enlistment schedule Co-Project Head of Enchanted (2018) National Affairs Committee Member

As students of Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education, we realize that we can do so much more besides teaching. Through progressive partnership, value-driven governance, and

enhancing student engagement, we envision a College of Education that will expand the excellence of Lasallian Educators by mobilizing our fulfilled identities with external collaborations, as we empower

students to make an impact not just to oneself but to others as well.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

EDGE2017

ONE USG

Trish VILLAMIEL

Arianne KING

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

EED-ECED // De La Salle Santiago Zobel 2017-2018: CGE Executive Secretary • 20172018: EDGE2016 Chairperson for Activities and Advocacies • Project Head of Quest for the Best Block

BSE-Math // St. Stephen’s High School 2017-2018: EDGE2016 Batch President • 2017-2018: L87 Block President • CoProject Head of He CED, She CED: EXPOsed and Driven Donations

Ann RIVERA

Angel EVARISTO

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

EED-ECED // St. Paul College Pasig 2017-2018: EDGE2016 Batch Treasurer • Consistent Dean’s Lister • Running for Cum Laude

EED-ECED // St. Paul College Pasig 2017-2018: EDGE2017 Batch Vice President • Co-Project Head of He CED, She CED: EXPOsed • Co-Project Head of Driven Donations

Reggie HIPOLITO

Ysa CORT

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

EED-ECED // American International School of Guangzhou Consistent Dean’s Lister • International Baccalaureate Graduate • Co-coordinator of AISG’s Pantene Beautiful Lengths (for Cancer Awareness)

BSE-English // Colegio San Agustin - Makati 2017-2018: EDGE2017 Assistant Vice President for Activities • 2016-2017: 4th Year Class P.R.O • AY 2014-2015 CSA R&G Boosters

Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

BridgED

CoED

TappED

EDGE2016

EDGE2016

EDGE2016

It is an outreach program where we will partner up with a public school to help provide with their needs and address any concerns.

We will provide students with a list of schools that are in partnership with La Salle or are approved by the ELMD/COSCA. This will contain the school’s address, contact information, principal or directress, private/ public, traditional/progressive.

TappED is student service initiative that immediately provides information - internal project and events within the college through text. Additionally, this project will go through OSEC.

IntroduCED

SpecializED

EnrichED

EDGE2017

EDGE2017

EDGE2017

We will invite an outside organization that will cater to students in different ways such as through demo teaching, case study, or child observation. As future educators, we aim to gain the experience of teaching kids. We may also partner with CED subjects that require student observation.

SpecializED is a seminar where we plan to invite different speakers who specialize in different avenues such as SPED, law, sciences, where we CED students can benefit for their goal in the future.

To highlight the interests of our batchmates, we will hold different workshops in the fields of photography, writing, public speaking, etc. This project aims to maintain the passion of our batchmates and give them avenues to grow in different ways.

Think Ahead

Council of Student Educators

Lungsod Kabataan

COLLEGE GOVERNMENT OF EDUCATION

COLLEGE GOVERNMENT OF EDUCATION

COLLEGE GOVERNMENT OF EDUCATION

CGE will provide a week-long project involving CED graduates to give their perspectives and insights on what to expect when they leave our university. The graduates that will be invited will come from different fields such as business, technology, and more. This is to show that CED graduates can excel in different fields, not only in education.

CGE will be collaborating with other College of Education student leaders from different universities to form the council of student educators. This council will conduct talks about the culture and learning system of each university. The means to this project is to be able to apply the lessons from the council in our own universities.

This is a year-long program of CGE to support the needs of a batch of public school students. Lasallians will provide activities and basic school needs.

Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education

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CLA College President

Vision

ZEANNE GARCIA

A HOLISTICALLY ENGAGED LIBERAL ARTS COMMUNITY

AB-OCM The National Teachers College • • • • • •

FAST2015

Two-time Batch President, FAST 2015 Incumbent Chief of Staff, Arts College Government Project Head, International Youth Leaders Summit 2017 Project Head, Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program 2018 Graduated Valedictorian, Batch 2015 Student Coucil President

FAST2016

We envision a College of Liberal Arts that continuously collaborates with the different sectors in the college not only to provide the best services but also to holistically develop each and every member of the community.

itself but also moves towards nation-building and social transformation.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

FAST2017

ONE USG

Kitkat BUENAFE

Milo UNČANIN

Ronin LEVISTE

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BS-PSYC // Colegio San Agustin - Makati Chairperson for Finance, Office of the Vice President for External Affairs • Finance Head, International Youth Leaders Summit • Finance Head, One in Service, One La Salle

ISE-ADV // La Salle Green Hills Incumbent Chief of Staff of the Office of the Vice President for External Affairs • ASEAN Youth and Media Delegate in Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia • Project Head for Galing ng Sining Week 2017

DSM-MKT // Xavier School Incumbent Legislative Assembly Representative, FAST2017 • Sangguniang Kabataan Kagawad, Brgy. Bel-Air • Chief Operating Officer and Founder, Ethnos

Kyra MONJE

Mika BAGUI

Jaydee CHUNG

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

PLM-BSA //Centro De Cultura Incorporada Delegate Relations Executive, International Youth Leaders Summit • Assistant Vice President for Sociocivic JPIA • Batch Treasurer, FAST2015

BS-PSYC // Colegio San Agustin - Makati Chief of Staff of FAST2016 • Chairperson for Secretariat for the Lasallian Student Mission Program, Office of the Vice President for External Affairs • Human Resource and Development Committee Head, FAST2016

PSM-MGT //Hope Christian Academy Chairperson for Office of the Executive Secretary, FAST2017 • Deputy Director for Filipino Youth Summit • Assistant Team Leader for Student Coordinators, UNIVWEEK18

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

CLArify 2.0

SEAing is Believing

FAST2015

FAST2015

FAST2016

A number of 115 students are beginning their transition to the College of Business. The problem is, there is a lack of an established network of LIA-COM students, which is an important component in making the transition much smoother. LIACOMMUNITY aims to connect LIA-COM students to one another through various activities. These would include a general assembly, a community development project and various talks with LIA-COM alumni to discuss various tips and important facts to note when taking up your second degree.

This project will be in partnership with OVPEA, where a series of seminars/workshops on how to process different government documents like SSS, TIN ID, PHILHEALTH, PAG-IBIG, NBI Clearance, etc will be conducted. The workshop will include key speakers from each government agency in order to provide information and physical resources (different forms) so that students will be able to process their documents with ease. Moreover, the project will also create talks by former students who have taken their masters, doctorate, law or medicine degrees. It will also link students to PHILSAT, LET, and NMAT, etc. tutorial centers as well as remind students about the important dates to remember for these exams.

SEA is Believing is a Costal Clean-Up project that aims to provide a healthier and more sustainable environment for the Filipino people. In collaboration with the OVPEA and other internal organizatons, a coastal clean-up will take place in Lipa City, Batangas. Currently, Lipa is the second biggest province in waste generation. With this initative, students can help the city in their initiative to properly manage waste, which serves as a small form of giving back to the country.

FAST Match

Trip Kita

Goal Diggers

FAST2016

FAST2017

FAST2017

FAST Match aims to provide an exceptional OJT experience for each and every FAST2016 student. This is to pattern their interests with the company they are interested in becoming an intern for. This project will hone the skills, abilities, and capabilities of every individual who belongs to the FAST2016 family. This also includes guides and manuals with which the batch can use to prepare for their OJT.

The next step after learning more about the different courses in CLA is for us to expose ourselves to the possible workplaces related to our degrees. Trip Kita is a coursespecific program that aims to provide our batch mates an avenue to visit and learn more about their respective interests. Through an exposure trip, career talks, and personalized workshops catering to the batch, this project hopes to equip our batch mates with the necessary skills, experience, and assurance in preparation for their OJTs and other trainings in the future.

Goal Diggers is a Sustainable Development Goals initiative, through the OVPEA, that caters to the specific advocacies of our batch. With the goals of quality education, no poverty, and good health in mind, this project will focus on ensuring that the well-being of our batch and our community is secure. Through the interactive activities and engagements, we want to dig and enhance our knowledge of the SDGs and create opportunities to concretize our own personal advocacies.

Liberal Youth Camp

Standardized Training Program

LIA-CON Initiative 1.0

ARTS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

ARTS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

For College of Liberal Arts students to be equipped with skills that are not taught inside the four walls of the classroom, the Arts College Government, in partnership with CAP12 and FAST batches, will spearhead a program that aims to provide the student organizations under CLA a set of guidelines on how they will frame their training programs. Through this, the students of CLA will be receiving quality Liberal Arts training from their college government, batch governments, and professional organizations.

In partnership with the School of Economics Government, the Arts College Government will spearhead a program that aims to increase the exposure of CLA students to the degree programs that are being offered in SOE. This initiative will serve as data gathering through extensive surveys and workshops, for the lobbying of the LIA-CON program to the academics council of the college with the goal of adding new curriculum for CLA students to engage in.

Max SUN

Frances HERNANDEZ

Neal GONZALES

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

OCM-APC // Immaculate Concepcion Academy External Programs Head, International Youth Leaders Summit 2017 • Vicechairperson for Activities and Advocacies, ACG • Associate Batch Secretary, FAST2015

AB-OCM // Miriam College High School Batch Vice President of FAST2016 • ASEAN Youth Summit Operations Director • Operations Head of 116 Week

AB-POM //Claret School of Quezon City Vice Chairperson for Human Resources and Development, FAST2017 • Filipino Youth Summit Assistant Team Leader Programs • 117 Week Assistant Team Leader Culminating Night

In partnership with the FAST batches, the Arts College Government will spearhead a camp that will strengthen the relationship between student organizations in the college to be able to collaborate and make the best of programs and projects for the students of CLA. The camp is not just a team-building activity, but will also include modules about national issues and advocacies that will be relevant as we start the new academic year. Lastly, this is also an outputbased youth camp in which would produce a CLA Agenda, or a CLA direction, not just for the upcoming school year, but also for the years to come.

College of Liberal Arts

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

LIACOMM-UNITY

ARTS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

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By providing quality student services and opportunities as well as proper student representation catering to the needs of the college and society, we form a holistically engaged Liberal arts community that not only continuously improves

College of Liberal Arts

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RVR-COB College President

JESS MAGAOAY LGL De La Salle Santiago Zobel • • • • •

BLAZE2018

Outstanding Delegation in the National Model United Nations New York 2018 Gawad Luntian Leadership Awardee Incumbent BLAZE2018 Legislative Assembly Representative Authored 35 approved resolutions in the Legislative Assembly Former Executive Secretary, BLAZE2018 Batch Government

BLAZE2019

BLAZE2020

Vision

ENGAGED LASALLIAN AS THE BUSINESS PIONEERS FOR OUR NATION Each student in the Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business is a visionary who has always aspired to initiate changes that would be of greater help to the society. We envision a college of empowered business students who are ready to trailblaze

in their own respective field. Through collaborative partnerships in all sectors, innovative critical thinking, and sustainable student representation, the possibilities of maximizing the expertise of the students are limitless.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION ONE USG

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

Achieving this vision will not just create inspiring voices of support for sustainability, but also actualize advocacies that enable us to be Lasallian Business Pioneers for Country.

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

One Business Community: BITE

Create to Innovate

Effectives

BLAZE2018

BLAZE2018

BLAZE2019

As COB students, we want to expose families to nutritious diets for them to live a healthy life. We would provide a session where the goal is to introduce them to basic healthy meals and afterwards have a chance to interact with them.

Eco friendly materials are the trend now and we would want to challenge students to innovate these products. This will encouarge students especially non-entrepreneurship students to step out their comfort zones by engaging to this competition.

With the rapid changes in the corporate setting, this initiative aims to update and modify the syllabus in classes offered for majors. Working closely with admin, the end goal is to make electives and majors classes more tailored to the current trends in the business environment, through FGD’s and surveys.

One Business Community: Balik Handog

P.A.T.H.: Pioneering And Testing Heights

Bridging the Gap

BLAZE2020

BLAZE2020

As part of BCG’s umbrella project, we would want to impart our knowledge and skills in other people’s lives. With our advocacy, education, we want to collaborate with our partner community by allowing COB students to create a business plan for their assigned business enterprise. Through this, they will be able to practice their respective course expertise and learn to expand market reach.

In order to actualize the sense of being business pioneers, “P.A.T.H” is a project that allows BLAZE2020 to create their own projects that are in line with the vision of the batch government. This will be executed through term-long batch government internships for non-BG students.

This project aims to bridge the gap between the students and the administration through focus group discussions and surveys that will be managed by the assigned course representatives. A collated list of concerns given by the students will be brought up to the administration via the batch executive board.

Nica ABELLAR

AJ CHIN

Dominic MINAS

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

ADV // St. Theresa’s College Quezon City

BSA // St. Jude Catholic School Executive for Financial Affairs, Office of the Vice President for Internal Affairs • BSA Course Representative, BLAZE2019 Batch Student Government • Asst. Team Leader for Logistics, COALESCE: 116 Week

BSA // La Salle Green Hills Incumbent BLAZE 2020 Batch Vice President • Team Leader for Internal Relations, 117 Week • Asst. Team Leader for Student Coordinators, AHRO: University Vision Mission Week 2018

Celes ALONZO

Bel NEUKOM

Dan PADRE

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

ENT // Miriam College

MKT // PAREF Woodrose

MGT // Colegio San Agustin - Makati

One Business Community

National Business Assembly

Student Consultative Body

Nuki CORNEJO

CJ MERIN

Bella VILLAR

BUSINESS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

BUSINESS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

BUSINESS COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

MKT // Ilocos Norte National HighschoolSpecial Science Class

MKT // Colegio San Agustin - Makati Asst. Team Leader for Operations and Logistics, Taft IV Dead • Executive for Integrated Marketing Communications, Lasallian Student Mission Program • Former President, Basketball Club

BSA // Immaculate Conception Academy Chairperson for Activities and Advocacies, BLAZE2020 Batch Government • Block President, Block 3 • Project Head, Mystery COB and I Hear You

In order to promote social awareness, and appreciation for camaraderie and nation building, One Business Community is an annual program that will provide students an avenue to immerse themselves in remote communities. This will be in collaboration with all BLAZE units, an umbrella project that ties up all our advocacies and actualizing them together in one platform.

In an effort to be Lasallian Business Pioneers for the country, a simulation of a diplomatic conference will be organized to help hone their skills in negotiation, critical thinking and public speaking. Business-centered issues will be discussed during formal sessions wherein participants representing a specific province are expected to propose feasible resolutions in correlation to the recurring problem.

As it is a must that all students are represented to all major decision making of the departments in the College of Business, this Consultative Body shall be composed of the College President, Batch Electeds and PROBE Presidents. Termly consultation sessions will be held in order to assure students that all their concerns are being voiced out to the different departments in COB.

Vice President for Corporate Relations, Junior Entrepreneurs Marketing Association (JEMA) • Executive for University Events, Office of the Vice President for Internal Affairs • Former Chairperson for Student Services, Business College Government

Asst. Team Leader for Publicity & Promotions, AHRO: University Vision Mission Week 2018 • Team Leader for Sales & Concessionaires, Circo De Navidad 2017 • Former Vice Chairperson for Marketing, Office of the Executive Treasurer

Director for Advocacies, Archers for UNICEF • Achiever Scholar Program Grantee • Team Leader for Publicity & Promotions, AHRO: University Vision Mission Week 2018

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Executive Chairperson for Communications and Publicities, Office of the Vice President for Internal Affairs • Vice Chairperson for Motion Graphics, Business College Government • Consistent 1st Dean’s Lister

Vice Chairperson for Operations, BLAZE2020 Batch Government • Asst. Team Leader for Productions, RVR-COB Week 2018 • Asst. Team Leader for Corporate Relations, ASEAN Youth Business and Economics Summit

Ramon V. Del Rosario - College of Business

BLAZE2019

Ramon V. Del Rosario - College of Business

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GCOE College President

Vision

NATES MARTIN

BRINGING AN ENGAGED ECG TO YOU

BS-CPE Xavier School • • • • •

70THENG

Team Leader, Univ Week 2018 Animusika Department Head for Programs, ASEAN Youth Summit Logistics and Liasons One in Service, One La Salle 2017 Director for Operations, DLSU Engineering Summit: Smart City Congress 2017 Delegate, 1st Runner Up - P&G Moonshot Innovation Challenge

71STENG

This year, we envision bringing an engaged ECG to you. An ECG that works hand in hand with ENGAGE and the engineering departments to harness an engineering experience that brings opportunities of all kinds to the college.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

72NDENG

ONE USG

Sachi ABRERA

Jozy CUTARAN

Garret SIA

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BS-ECE2 // San Beda College Alabang Delegate Relations Manager - ASEAN Student Engineering Camp • Team Leader for Student Coordinators - Engineering Week 2018 • Jose Rizal First Honors Dean’s Lister

BS-IE // DLSU Science and Technology Complex BSMS-CIV // Oro Christian Grace School

Angelo CASIMIRO

Christan DOMINGO

Maddy TSAI

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BS-ECE2 // Elizabeth Seton School (Main)

BS-CIV // La Salle Green Hills Finance Committee Executive - 71st ENG • Civil Engineering Course Representative • Vice Chairperson for Student Services - 71st ENG (2016-2017)

BS-CIV // Immaculate Conception Academy Incumbent Chief of Staff - 72nd Eng • Assistant Team Head for Coporate Relations - LEAP 2018 • Programs Manager - ASEAN Student Engineering Camp

Featured On CNN, Huffington, Popular Science, History Channel • The Prodigy: Recognized Filipino Inventor (Award Winning Projects) - Philstar • Three Time Philippine National Robotics Champion

The Gokongwei College of Engineering houses a number of the university and the country’s top students. We recognize that individual talent is being honed, but much more can be done if all avenues for opportunities are maximized together.

Chairperson for Student Services - 71st ENG Incumbent Batch President - 72nd ENG • • Archers for UNICEF Activities Executive STAR Scholar• Assistant Team Leader for Officer and Women’s Talk Project Head Activities & Merchandising - UnivWeek 2018 • Assistant Vice President - Industrial Management Engineering Society

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

Engaged Engineers

Thesis GrantENG!

Build-A-Resume

70TH ENG

70TH ENG

71ST ENG

This project aims to develop this idea and actually compile various external opportunities that 70th ENG would potentially participate in and actually benefit from to prepare them for the real world. This includes activities such as company competitions, listing of companies for work or practicum/internship, or any other activities that involve requirements needed to ease the transition for graduating students about to work.

Considering that 70TH Eng is about enter their 4th year in the university, the students are already being prepared for their thesis courses. With this, the students are required to comply with this academic requirement, including the weight of the projected cost of their proposals. Engineering theses can cost up to a 6 digit value, considering how expensive equipment can be for engineering courses. This project aims to provide financial aid to students taking up their thesis courses.

This project aims to help the students with the struggle of composing a resume for their OJT aside from the insights and training from PERSEF classes, by getting venerable speakers that were accepted into premier companies as well as Lasallians that are in the field of HR, this program gives them ideas and advice on what should they keep working on to get a competitive advantage during their applications.

Student Protocol

CoCo - Consolidated Consultation Schedule

Advanced Course Experiences

72ND ENG

72ND ENG

A wallet/ID case-sized card that contains a map of DLSU with the important places pinpointed and labeled (ex: the VDO, OUR, ENG faculty, Admin’s office, S-life office, USG office, etc.), important contact details (e-mail and contact number of the IT office, the registrar’s office, admin’s office, the vice dean’s, etc), important links (ex: the MLS and animo.sys, the linkto the 71st ENG gdrive folder for the different flowcharts, the USG’s Facebook page, etc).

By compiling and publicizing the schedules of academic consultation hours that our teachers have provided for our benefit. Unclear concepts should be clarified and knowledge on topics should be heightened through these opportunities in order for our batch to achieve academic competence.

In collaboration with partner organizations, course-specific simulation workshops will be held. Through these, 72nd Eng students can prepare for the level of competence needed for increasingly difficult subjects in their respective engineering courses.

ENGines

Engineering Services Hub ENGINEERING COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

Science Fair (GoENG to Infinity and Beyond)

Making information and services become more accessible has always been a priority of ECG. Through our excellence in engineering, we would want to innovate our services for YOU.

71ST ENG

Anton VALDEZ

Stella SANTOS

Marian LAO

ENGINEERING COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

CIV-STE // La Salle Green Hills Vice Chairperson for Research and Development - Engineering College Government • Course Representative - 70th Eng • Executive for USG Affairs - OVPIA

BS-MEE // Assumption College San Lorenzo BS-CIV // School of the Holy Spirit QC High School Junior Officer - Civil Engineering Society Incumbent Legislative Assemby Representative • Assistant Team Leader for Corporate - 71st Eng • Delegate - National Model United Relations - ENGWEEK 2018 • Assistant Team Nations New York 2018 • Students Rights and Leader for Research and Development - CE Welfare Committee Secretary - Legislative Focus 2018

By incorporating our engineering skills with community development, this program will usher in a new, nation-building engineering mindset, through partnering with every member of the college community; from professors, to staff, and the students.

PrintENG - Mobile Printer with usb printing where you can insert coins and get your lab reports. VendENG - Work on a vending machine with ballpens, quiz booklets, and other engineering essentials. ECG AI Chat Bot - Can answer your queries in a click of a button.

ENGINEERING COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

GoENG to Infinity and Beyond is a science fair for the engineering department to promote the Lasallian Engineering ideas of their department through a yearly competition.

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Gokongwei College of Engineering

Gokongwei College of Engineering

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COS College President

Vision

ELLA MORALES

PIONEERING AN ESTABLISHED SCG FOCUSED ON EMPOWERING LASALLIAN SCIENTISTS

BS PHY-PMD The Quantum Academy, Inc. • • • • •

FOCUS2016

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Incumbent Legislative Assembly Representative, FOCUS2015 Authored 16 Resolutions in the Legislative Assembly Assistant Team Leader for CulmiNight, COS Month 2018 Recipient, Thomas Y. Haw Academic Excellence Award Delegate, Philippine College of Radiology: Oncologic Imaging

ONE USG

Sophia CHUA

Ina MULINGBAYAN

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BS BIO // Saint Pedro Poveda College Incumbent Batch Vice President, FOCUS2016 • Running for Honorable Mention • Delegate, CNN Leading Women to #PressforProgress

BS BIO // Colegio San Agustin - Makati President, Block N41 • CSA Blue Eagle Awardee for Service • Consistent Honors Class

Amy CUA

Kenneth GONZALES

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BS BIO // Robert Alexander McMath Secondary School Vice President for Financial Affairs, Societas Vitae • Vice Chairperson for Community Development, Science College Government • Running for Honorable Mention

BS PHY-MAT // Seri Mulia Sarjana Secondary School College Ambassador for the Achiever’s Scholarship Program, OTREAS • Vice Chairperson for Finance, Science College Government • High Distinction for Australian National Chemistry Quiz

Marco ZULAYBAR

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

BS BIO // La Salle Green Hills Vice President for External Affairs, Societas Vitae • Professional Improvisor, Crammers Collective • Running for Honorable Mention

BS HUMBIO // Paref Southridge Consistent Dean’s Lister • PAREF Southridge Consistent Student Awardee • PAREF Southridge Consistent Class Officer

will pioneer an established way of governance in the College of Science focused on providing avenues that will allow students to apply their competencies and acquired abilities. Empowerment starts within oneself. By establishing a unified relationship with you

through our projects focused on societal development and social engagement, we will enable you to develop a sense of autonomy and self-confidence thus becoming an Empowered Lasallian Scientist.

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

FOCUS2017

Jiaan SANTOS

An empowered Lasallian Scientist is someone who is knowledgeable, competent, and driven by purpose. He or she is self-reliant and able to collaborate and connect with the different sectors within and outside the College. We envision a Science College Government that

College of Science

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

AdvoCOSy

P.R.E.P (Pioneering, Refining and Equipping you towards your career Path)

1:100

In partnership with the Office of the Vice President for External Affairs, this initiative provides an avenue for all COS Students to spearhead their own project regarding any advocacy once a term. This platform give students a chance to gain experience, fight for their beliefs and influence other people.

P.R.E.P is a program where students are given the opportunity to experience their possible future careers. Students can choose to visit, observe and learn from a hospital, research laboratory or pharamaceutical company.

“Isang tao para sa Isang Daan”. A medical mission that will provide the students an avenue to learn first aid training and basic checkup skills. This initiative will be an avenue for the students to apply their new knowledge in a community-based setting.

Interns

SinCOS

AGHAM

INTERNS is an internship program that will cater to the undergraduates who will be screened to become an intern or a research assistant under different COS mentors and Research fellows. This will allow Lasallian Scientists to have a valuable learning experience in a professional setting.

5 events for 5 days. An event that will engage students in activities that will allow them to unwind and relax.This includes a sportsfest, talent show, spoken word poetry, an arcade and a karaoke night. All proceeds from this event will go to a chosen beneficiary.

A week-long fundraising event where COS Departments get to showcase their field in an interactive museum-type of centralized activity. This allows not only COS students to learn more about other departments as non-COS students can be exposed to the hard sciences.

Institutionalization of the COS Practicum System

Focus on Me: ConSCIENCEcia

Integrated SCG

SCIENCE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

SCIENCE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

SCIENCE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT

The Institutionalization of the COS Practicum System aims to make the practicum process convenient for all departments within the college through having a standardized checklist for the necessary documents and orientation seminars.

FOCUS On Me is back on its third year and is ready for institutionalization. In addition to the FOCUS On Me Series, we bring ConSCIENCEcia, a two-way feedback system that enables the students to address their concerns and suggestions for the college with the option of anonymity. This also allows the college representatives to gather opinions and queries.

Once more, we want to have an integration between the SCG and the FOCUS units into one office. This provides an opportunity for the collaboration of different sectors within the college by providing inclusive initatives and heightening representation for all.

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SOE College President

Vision

REALIZING OUR LASALLIAN ECONOMIST IDENTITY THROUGH AN EMPOWERED SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS COMMUNITY

BETTY WON

BS-AEL GCF-South Metro Christian School • • • • •

EXCEL2018

The School of Economics is home to excellence-driven individuals -- individuals who continuously commit to achieving the best. However, we believe that it is time for our excellence to go beyond the four walls of the classroom. WIth this, our mission is to help you define your own excellence and

Incumbent EXCEL2018 Batch President High School Valedictorian First Runner-up, HSBC Case Competition Top 5, ECONOMIX Competition Project Head, SOE Week 2018

EXCEL2019

SPECIFIC PLANS OF ACTION

EXCEL2020

ONE USG

Ash DASUGO

Kristen NGIE

Shane ANG

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BATCH PRESIDENT

BS-AEF // Assumption College

AEF-BSA // St. Jude Catholic School Chairperson for External Linkages, Office of the Vice President for External Affairs • Vice Chairperson for Finance, School of Economics Government • Graduated 2nd Honorable Mention

AEF-APC // St. Stephen’s High School Vice Chairperson for University Events, OVPIA • 1st Honor Dean’s Lister, Academic Year 2017-2018 Term 2 • Assistant Treasurer, St. Stephen’s Student Activities Committee

Assistant Team Leader for the Programs Committee, SOE WEEK 2018 • CORE Member for Activities, Economics Organization • Vice Chairperson for Operations and Logisitics, EXCEL2018 AY 2016-2017

realize our Lasallian Economist Identity that is holistically developed, purpose-driven, and service-oriented. By empowering the SOE Community, we will be able to provide sustainable, and long-term opportunities, alongside intensified and strengthened student services.

STUDENT-CENTERED COLLABORATION

GENUINE REPRESENTATION

Create Your Career

SOE-COB Linkages

Established Bridges: Thesis Aid

EXCEL2018

EXCEL2018

EXCEL2019

This project aims to provide graduating students with the necessary skills and exposure to prepare them for their careers. Students will hear testimonies from graduates working in different fields of economics or pursuing further studies. In partnership with OCCS, mock interviews and company tours will be arranged to give students a glimpse of what their futures may be.

To deliver the full COB experience to double degree students, this project will improve dissemination of information and opportunities between colleges. First, by linking SOE students to their COB course representative to account for enlistment concerns. Second, by aligning with PROBE organizations to disseminate information from each department. Lastly, by creating online guides to COB departments and personnel to increase their accessibility.

Progressing to our majors and transitioning to our thesis, we find it important to utilize necessary and credible data for our studies. This initiative answers that problem by establishing a bridge with our partner organizations the Angelo King Institute and This initiative introduces students to the data procurement services and publications of AKI. Projects include publicity, an online description database and how-to guides in the forms of video series, online pubs.

Crossing Borders: Voyage Beyond Your Major

EXCEL 20/20

Shine SOE Bright

EXCEL2019

EXCEL2020

EXCEL2020

In collaboration with BLAZE2019, FAST2016 and PROBE, we bring to you Crossing Borders: Voyage Beyond Your Major -- a project that will cater to your personal interests across colleges and to your respective majors. Specifically targeted to LIACOM and Double Degree students, this is a year long project comprising of a series of workshops that aim to expand each student’s skill set outside their majors to maximize their leaning experience in the university. In line with the idea of holistic development and diversification, participating would mean engaging with students from different colleges, in the hopes of multi-sectoral growth.

This project aims to inform the students of the ongoing projects in the batch and the progress of the batch government in project implementation. This will be executed in a monthly basis through release of promotional materials containing photos and minutes of the meeting.

In partnership with Liter of Light, SOE students will be given a chance to provide support to the ones who are deprived of their basic necessities, particularly lights in their shelters. This project aims to deliver not only light as a form of an object, but also light as a form of hope and source of empowerment. This addresses the issue of education and the lack of proper lighting amongst undeveloped areas.

Kia LEE

Dale DE LEON

Miguel ONG

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BATCH VICE PRESIDENT

BS-AEF // St. Paul College Pasig

ASEAN Summit 2017 Delegate for South Korea and Media Supporter • APEC Summit 2015 Delegate for South Korea and Media Supporter • International Student Team Leader, DLSU - Office of the Vice President for External Relations and Internationalization: International Center Buddy

BS-AEF // Colegio San Agustin Makati Chairperson for Research and Development, School of Economics Government • Team Leader for Delegate Relations, Economics Leaders’ Congress • Vice Chairperson for Tuition Fee Board, OTREAS

AEI-APC // Xavier School Assistant Team Leader for Marketing, SOE Week 2018 • CORE Member for Marketing, Economics Organization • Student Volunteer, Gawad Kalinga Bohol and Cebu

International ECONnector

ECOsystem

SOEwing Seeds

Sophie GO

Karl LEYCO

Miko CO

SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS GOVERNMENT

SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS GOVERNMENT

SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS GOVERNMENT

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY REPRESENTATIVE

BS-AEI // Immaculate Conception Academy

BS-AEF // La Salle Green Hills

BS-AEF // St. Stephen’s High School Incumbent EXCEL2020 Legislative Assembly Representative • De La Salle University Star Scholar • High School Valedictorian

With strengthened ties and greater cooperation within the ASEAN region, students are offered with various international exchange opportunities. However, hesitations in applying for these opportunities still persist due to various reasons including the possibility of being delayed and the inconvenience of administrative bureaucracy in fulfilling requirements. With this, we will collaborate with the Office of the Vice President for External Relations and Internationalization to create a database of credited courses in each partnered foreign university starting with top economic universities so students can prepare beforehand. Moreover, a series of talks will be organized to properly disseminate ongoing international opportunities. As a long term target, a committee that will actively search for possible international internship opportunities will be formed.

Throughout the years, the School of Economics Government has established collaborations with internal and external sectors such as the Committee on Campus Life, and the National Economic Development Authority. This year, we aim to create long term collaborations such as forming long term Memorandum of Agreements and expanding partnerships with external and internal sectors. With this, we want to create ensured avenues for the School Of Economics students to further develop their skills needed beyond the four walls of the unviersity. This will be done simlutaneously with other initiatives of the School of Economics Government and the EXCEL batches such as CASED, Create Your Career, and EXCELing Stocks.

Centered on the principle that a student government anticipates the needs of its constituents not only as students, but also possibly as future corporate employees, the School of Economics Government will implement SOEwing Seeds. SOEwing Seeds is a 2-day boot camp wherein students from Ateneo and UP are invited to participateas we get trained by the representatives of the private corporations . At the end of the program, students will be able to have a better understanding of the dynamics of working in the corporate world and the skills demanded in such working environment. Furthermore, we will be able to build stronger connections among the future economists of the Philippines.

Team Head for Human Resources, OCCS • Chairperson for Activities and Advocacies, School of Economics Government • Team Leader for Events, Annual Recruitment Week AY 2016-2017

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Vice Chairperson for Facilities Development, OVPIA • Vice Chairperson for Human Resource Development, School of Economics Government • Junior Officer for Finance, Business Management Society

School of Economics

School of Economics

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GE2018 Santugon Specific Plans of Action  

De La Salle University, we've gone paperless! You may now view Santugon's Specific Plans of Action for GE2018.

GE2018 Santugon Specific Plans of Action  

De La Salle University, we've gone paperless! You may now view Santugon's Specific Plans of Action for GE2018.

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