Thursday, April 17, 2014

RFM Foundation, CHED name Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines CL finalists

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga-RFM Foundation and Commission on Higher Education has named the 20 youngsters that made the cut as finalists in the 2014 Search for Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) Central Luzon.
They are Jovein Alcantar from College of the Immaculate Concepcion, Melanie Ang from Wesleyan University-Philippines, Leemon Araza from Dr. Yanga’s College, Mark Cajes from Araullo University, Bryan Boy Cortez from Baliuag University, Ronel dela Peña from Holy Angel University, Fernando Dosono Jr. from Mary the Queen College of Pampanga, Mary Heliane Fabian from Angeles University Foundation, Gerald Fontanoza from Tarlac State University, Aaron Jay Frias from Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, Reymond Galvez from Dr. Yanga’s College, Jo-Mari Hierras from Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, Aelhyn Carol Lucero from Holy Angel University, Joan Mae Lugtu from Holy Angel University, Christopher Paulo Manlapaz from Republic Central Colleges, Mary Rose Pineda from Baliuag University, Carlo Magno Sagun from Tarlac College of Agriculture, Mary Jane Samson from Araullo University, Jasmin Lorraine Tan from Bulacan State University and Kenneth Alex Villanueva from Angeles University Foundation.
“TOSP aims to recognize graduating college students that have excelled academically, manifested exemplary leadership and dedicated themselves in the service of communities. These are all founded on strong moral values of integrity, patriotism and selfless service,” RFM Foundation President Marie Young said.
“The finalists will undergo a formation program in Baler, Aurora from April 24-27 to be facilitated by the TOSP-Region III Alumni Community of Heroes and TOSP-Alumni Community and will then be trimmed down to 10. The winners will automatically qualify in the national search,” Young explained.
Regional Awarding ceremony is slated on April 29 at Heroes Hall, City of San Fernando, Pampanga. 

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