2021 Alumni Meet and Alumni Awards

Representatives of 24 U.S. International Exchange Alumni associations across the country convened for 2021 Alumni Meet - an annual strategic planning conference to discuss alumni-led initiatives in previous year and develop an alumni engagement strategy for the current year. This year the meet was held virtually, and resulted to an exciting slate of activities. The … Continue reading 2021 Alumni Meet and Alumni Awards

U-ENGAGE WEBINAR ON EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF CRISIS: RISING TO THE CHALLENGE

The Cagayan De Oro United States Grant Alumni, together with the Department of Education El Salvador City Division, in collaboration with the USGAA Iligan and USGAA Bukidnon, will bring you Project U-Engage. This project will provide avenue for teachers, school heads and principals, non-teaching personnel and executive committee members in El Salvador City, Bukidnon and … Continue reading U-ENGAGE WEBINAR ON EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF CRISIS: RISING TO THE CHALLENGE

PYLP Mentor Named Outstanding Master Teacher (Secondary) of the Pagadian City Division

Mohammad Ramber, also called Teacher Mo Al, is awarded as Outstanding Master Teacher (Secondary) of the Pagadian City Division. Committed to partake knowledge and develop young leaders, Teacher Mo Al is an active member of the alumni network. We are glad to work with him through their recently ended program Alay Turo Kay Future Isko … Continue reading PYLP Mentor Named Outstanding Master Teacher (Secondary) of the Pagadian City Division

A Being’s Word, A Being’s Nature

One of the things I really appreciate when there is much biodiversity present is the consequent richness in the language of the people who live surrounding these places. Some of my favorite words in the Hiligaynon language are “dagsa” (seasonal abundance of species like sardines or aloy/bullet tuna), “tibakla” (grasshopper), “ulang” (freshwater lobster), “doldol” (cotton … Continue reading A Being’s Word, A Being’s Nature

Initiative and Innovation through Empathic Governance

Ever since the launch of United Nations' Sustainable Development in 2015, amplified by Philippines experience on Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, successive trainings were in place for national government agencies, local governments, advocates and yes, young leaders, to equip themselves with preparedness drills. It has even come to the point where recipients of training experience ‘training … Continue reading Initiative and Innovation through Empathic Governance