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“Bakit ka nag-JVP?”Posted on October 21st, 2015
During the Orientation and Skills Training Program in May 2015, JVP Batch 36 was asked “bakit ka nag-JVP?” Watch the short video on why these young men and women chose to raise their hand, follow their heart and stepped forward to volunteer with JVP.
JVP Batch 36 Supervisory VisitsPosted on September 15th, 2015
Volunteer Manager Ross Fortunado shares photos of her Supervisory Visit to the Batch 36 Jesuit Volunteers. Click the link below to see more of the JVP Batch 36 volunteers and how they are making a positive difference in the lives of others: for God, for country. Loy | Gaby | Mox | Alma | Kent | Alyza more...
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Jesuit Volunteers walk with communities towards stable enterprisesPosted on December 6th, 2014
Jesuit Volunteers walk with communities towards stable enterprises. John of JVP Batch 35 is a community organizer for several communities of women weavers in Basey, Samar. He arranges capacity-building seminars, help develop their weave products, coordinate their daily operations and build relationships with buyers. Through mentoring, John is training the mothers to be able to more...
Jesuit Volunteers walk with communities towards social justice.Posted on December 6th, 2014
Ces, JVP Batch 35, is coordinator for a campaign to let more people know of the grossly flawed APECO (Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport) in Casiguran, Aurora. The government has spent billions for this, but it is not bringing genuine, pro-people development: fertile agricultural land have been converted into a non-operational airstrip, buildings and more...
Christify: Live Out Your FaithPosted on November 28th, 2014
Many JVPs talking about their faith, and its very clear connection to service: Ateneo School of Government Dean Tony La Viña (Batch 2) , Iya Santiago (Batch 15), the Founder and Managing Director of Life Academy Philippines.
Return on InvestmentPosted on November 28th, 2014
Sabrina Ongkiko Batch 26 It’s time to do our homework. Sabsy Ongkiko is a proud Ateneo alumna who is currently pursuing her personal vocation in life as a public school teacher. She’s currently living out her dream of teaching by using her students’ dreams as her inspiration to push for a better education system in more...