There are people and institutions out there that see a need and strive to meet it as best they can. One thing philanthropists do is to help train people with the potential for meeting that same need in the near … Continue reading →
In another article, I discussed the Department of Science and Technology’s efforts to provide financial assistance to students via the Merit Scholarship. Thing is, the aforementioned scholarship isn’t the only grant available to would-be scientists. Enter the Science and Technology … Continue reading →
Most of us are used to having the Philippine government, schools, or private benefactors providing financial aid for scholars. Thing is, this usually applies to pupils targeting learning institutions within the country. What do you do if you dream of … Continue reading →
These days, it helps to synergize with others for best results. Sometimes, non-profit organizations will team up with schools and other entities to do much more than they could ever do individually. In fact, the Bato Balani Foundation itself may … Continue reading →
The following is a complete list of all Ateneo College Entrance Test or ACET provincial testing centers or venues. To find the provincial testing center nearest you, go to the appropriate section (Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao) then find your province. … Continue reading →
As of June 15 2010, the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET) application period is officially open. If you are an aspiring Ateneo de Manila University freshman or transferee for School Year 2011-2012, you must take and pass this year’s ACET. … Continue reading →
A former mentor of mine said that one of the traits of truly successful people is the desire to give something back to the community that helped them become successful in the first place. Perhaps that is the rationale behind … Continue reading →
Newsflash everybody! The De La Salle University College Entrance Test (DLSUCET) application is now ongoing. The DLSUCET application period officially started on June 1, 2010. The application period will end on August 31, 2010. If you don’t want to miss … Continue reading →
In another article, I talked about a scholarship program suited for those pursuing medical training. While the Pinoy MD scholarship program was geared toward aspiring doctors, there are other forms of financial assistance out there for those who would rather … Continue reading →
It’s way too easy to think of a scholarship as a single unit—one benefactor, one participating school, one set of requirements. There are times, however, when a scholarship program is actually a gestalt—a unified whole greater than the sum of … Continue reading →
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