Empowering College Scholars: Insular Foundation's Holistic Educational Support

To support the aspirations of young Filipinos, the Insular Foundation recently granted college scholarships to first-year students and organized a career readiness summit for both its scholars and graduating students from partner institutions.

The corporate social responsibility division of InLife awarded the Gold Eagle College Scholarship Grant to 26 students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses. These scholars hail from six partner schools: University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD), Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT), Benguet State University (BSU), Bohol Island State University (BISU), Central Mindanao University (CMU), and Davao Oriental State University (DORSU).

During the orientation program for scholars, Insular Foundation program manager Teresita T. Melad outlined the scholarship benefits, including stipends, transportation, and book allowances, along with the renewal criteria and the post-graduation commitment to serve in the country for two years. Insular Foundation Executive Director Ana Maria R. Soriano encouraged scholars to contribute to their communities, citing the proverb: "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

Speaking on behalf of the scholars, Allena Erica M. Cruz from UPD expressed gratitude for the scholarship, emphasizing its transformative potential and the scholars' commitment to societal betterment.

Career Readiness Summit

To assist scholars in navigating the job application process and workplace dynamics, the Insular Foundation hosted a Career Readiness Summit. This event was also open to graduating students from Asia Pacific College, Centro Escolar University-Makati, and Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

InLife Executive Chairperson Nina D. Aguas commended the resilience and adaptability demonstrated by the scholars and encouraged them to be forces for good in their future endeavors.

InLife President and CEO Raoul E. Littaua urged scholars to uphold values of diversity, equity, and inclusion as they prepare for future leadership roles.

InLife's Chief Transformation Officer Efren C. Caringal Jr. emphasized the importance of education, exposure, and experience in learning and development, stressing the significance of real-world exposure and hands-on experience in shaping career paths.

Through initiatives like the Gold Eagle Scholarship Program and the Career Readiness Summit, the Insular Foundation offers comprehensive educational support to its scholars. To learn more about InLife's corporate social responsibility initiatives, visit https://www.insularfoundation.com.ph/.

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