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FEU Cavite and FoodShap Signed Partnership on Food Safety Training and Examination

FEU Cavite and FoodShap Signed Partnership on Food Safety Training and Examination

It was a remarkable event for FEU Cavite to be sealing a deal with Food Safety and Hygiene Academy of the Philippines (FoodShap), as it authorized the school to be a FoodShap course provider of the Department of Health (DOH) and American National Standards Institute (US ANSI) accredited Food Safety Training and Examination System (FSTES) on October 28, 2019.

The first run of the Food Safety course for FEU Cavite’s Hospitality and Tourism Management Students was held the following month. Completion of the course adds to graduate attributes of Tamaraws being skills-certified and industry-ready.

From left to right are Ms. Monette Arellano (FoodShap Exam Department Supervisor), Ms. Pamela Michelle Rivera (FEU Cavite TESDA and Hospitality Management Program Coordinator), Dr. Marcon Espino (FEU Cavite Executive Director and Dean of Higher Education Department), Mr. Glenn Hyde dela Cruz (FoodShap Vice President for Training and Program Development), Ms. Micaella Ocampo (FoodShap ACP Support), and Ms. Grace Gison ( FEU Cavite Tourism Management Program Coordinator)

FEU Cavite kicks off its countdown to decade

FEU Cavite will be celebrating its 10th Founding Anniversary on January 21, 2019. On October 21, 2018, it held the TAM’s Day and launched the 100-day countdown towards its road to a decade. Various activities are lined up for the entire year, and will be revealed as the meaningful occasion nears.
 Highlight of the event: number 10 formation

The school-wide event kicked off with the convergence of the FEU Cavite Departments: Basic Education led by Directress Reyette Paunan; Senior High School led by Director Matthew Nepomuceno; and Higher Education led by Dean Marcon Espino at the Metrogate Silang Estates Rotonda. Dawned in green, gold and white shirt colors, the attendees paraded to the open field beside the Higher Education Department (HED) building passing through the “Road to Decade” arch, accompanied by powerful beats made by the FEU Drummers.


FEU Cavite Community Parade

Dean Espino who is also the institution’s Executive Director welcomed the stakeholders and delighted them with FEU Cavite’s curriculum approach, facilities, learning methodologies, green surroundings and conducive learning environment. He exclaimed, “FEU Cavite being the first FEU school outside Metro Manila, is the home of the Tamaraws in the South. Our road to decade, as we celebrate this morning the FEU Cavite TAM’s Day: A Road to Decade, manifested and demonstrated what this institution has accomplished and achieved. And that is because of all of you.” Following his speech, he officially opened the 100-day countdown to FEU Cavite’s 10th founding anniversary.

The FEU Cavite community participated in various events including Zumba and fun games to match the morning sun and cool breeze of Silang, Cavite. They also watched the performances made by the Basic Education chorale group, “Himig Tamaraw” and dance group, “TAMS on the Move”, Senior High School “TAMS Dance Crew”, and Higher Education “FEUC Dance Company.

 TAMS’ Zumba Dance

TAMS’ Day brought together FEU Cavite students from all levels (preschool, grade school, junior high school, senior high school and college), their parents and teachers, employees, and alumni. According to the BS Tourism Management students, Donessa Jimenez and Eujill Buendia, it is their first time to celebrate with the Basic Education Department. “Unlike the other celebrations I experienced in FEU Cavite that felt ‘tayo tayo lang’, the TAM’s Day made me realize na malaki pala tayo. This is my first and kakaiba itong event. Nafeel mo na Tamaraw ka talaga. Hindi ka lang nasa school na nag-aaral but we are celebrating with a bigger community,” Ms. Jimenez added.

Basic Education Department Faculty and Administration

 Senior High School Department Faculty and Administration

Higher Education Department General Education Curriculum Team

For nearly 10 years, FEU Cavite has been producing future-ready citizens. It is not only celebrating the accomplishments of the past years, but also the journey it took to grow the institution, and forming its community with the values of Fortitude, Excellence, Uprightness, and Compassion.

ANGEL C. PALANCA PEACE FOUNDATION, INC.

DON ANGEL C. PALANCA PEACE AWARD COMPETITION ON PEACE ESSAY WRITING (CPEW) MECHANICS: • The topic of the essay writing competition is “Promotion of Human Rights through Contribution to the Stability and Peace in the Region.” • The CPEW is open to all undergraduate tertiary and senior high school students of colleges and universities recognized by CHED and DepEd, and are enrolled for the Academic Year 2018-2019. • Contestants may submit no more than two (2) entries. Entries must conform to the rules of the CPEW. • Entries must be written in English. • Entries must be saved in Microsoft Word format with the following specifications: 1. Paper size: 8.5 x 11” white bond 2. Margin: one inch on all sides 3. Font type: Arial 4. Font size: 12 pts. 5. Spacing: double space 6. Print color: black 7. No fancy formatting 8. Between six to eight pages • Each entry must be enclosed in a short brown envelope. Submitted envelopes must contain the following: 1. One CD with a soft/e-copy of the essay 2. Four hard/printed copies of the essay with each copy stapled separately. Each copy must bear the title of the essay and the contestant’s pen name. The contestant’s real name must not appear in any of these four copies. 3. One white, business letter envelope containing one printed and stapled copy of the essay. This copy must include the following information: the contestant’s real name; education level (tertiary and senior high school); degree program (for tertiary contestants); complete university mailing address. Each page must be signed by the contestant. 4. Two attestations on the originality of the work, namely: 1) Written certification from any teacher; and 2) a notarized affidavit from the contestant. 5. Proof of current enrollment. • Entires must be mailed or hand-delivered to the Peace Center, Room 801, 8/F Technology Building Annex, Far Eastern University. Office hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays. Deadline for submission is on 30 August 2018 at 4:30 P.M. • Winners will be announced on 01 October 2018. • The decision of the judges is final. • Entries found to be copied, ripped or taken wholly or in part from the original work of other writers will be disqualified automatically from the CEPW. • Awards to winning entries found subsequently to be copied, ripped or taken wholly or in part from the original work of other writers will be nullified. The contestant and school will be required to return all the prizes received to ACP3FI, without prejudice to the institution of appropriate legal action in court. • Prizes 1. First prize – Php 50,000 cash, certificate, medallion and Php 10,000 cash for the winning school (NON-FEU) 2. Second prize – Php 25,000 cash and certificate to the winner 3. Third prize – Php 15,000 cash and certificate to the winner

DON ANGEL C. PALANCA PEACE AWARD
COMPETITION ON PEACE ESSAY WRITING (CPEW)

Mechanics
• The topic of the essay writing competition is “Promotion of Human Rights through Contribution to the Stability and Peace in the Region.”
• The CPEW is open to all undergraduate tertiary and senior high school students of colleges and universities recognized by CHED and DepEd, and are enrolled for the Academic Year 2018-2019.
• Contestants may submit no more than two (2) entries. Entries must conform to the rules of the CPEW.
• Entries must be written in English.
• Entries must be saved in Microsoft Word format with the following specifications:
1. Paper size: 8.5 x 11” white bond
2. Margin: one inch on all sides
3. Font type: Arial
4. Font size: 12 pts.
5. Spacing: double space
6. Print color: black
7. No fancy formatting
8. Between six to eight pages
• Each entry must be enclosed in a short brown envelope. Submitted envelopes must contain the following:
1. One CD with a soft/e-copy of the essay
2. Four hard/printed copies of the essay with each copy stapled separately. Each copy must bear the title of the essay and the contestant’s pen name. The contestant’s real name must not appear in any of these four copies.
3. One white, business letter envelope containing one printed and stapled copy of the essay. This copy must include the following information: the contestant’s real name; education level (tertiary and senior high school); degree program (for tertiary contestants); complete university mailing address. Each page must be signed by the contestant.
4. Two attestations on the originality of the work, namely: 1) Written certification from any teacher; and 2) a notarized affidavit from the contestant.
5. Proof of current enrollment.
• Entires must be mailed or hand-delivered to the Peace Center, Room 801, 8/F Technology Building Annex, Far Eastern University. Office hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays. Deadline for submission is on 30 August 2018 at 4:30 P.M.
• Winners will be announced on 01 October 2018.
• The decision of the judges is final.
• Entries found to be copied, ripped or taken wholly or in part from the original work of other writers will be disqualified automatically from the CEPW.
• Awards to winning entries found subsequently to be copied, ripped or taken wholly or in part from the original work of other writers will be nullified. The contestant and school will be required to return all the prizes received to ACP3FI, without prejudice to the institution of appropriate legal action in court.
• Prizes
1. First prize – Php 50,000 cash, certificate, medallion and
Php 10,000 cash for the winning school (NON-FEU)
2. Second prize – Php 25,000 cash and certificate to the winner
3. Third prize – Php 15,000 cash and certificate to the winner

 

ATTENTION Senior High School and College students (15-22 years old) of FEU Cavite and its partner schools!

JOIN the following competitions on PEACE:
* On-the-Spot Painting Contest on Aug. 25, 2018 – REGISTRATION is until Aug. 22, 2018.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Aug. 30, 2018 on the following competitions:
* Competition on Peace Essay Writing
* Jingle Writing Contest
* Kapture 60-sec. video making Contest

JINGLE WRITING CONTEST
See mechanics and register here: goo.gl/forms/3hOYZS0zrMMdjrnr1

COMPETITION RULES AND GUIDELINES
• The Competition theme shall be based on Peace Issues
• Musical style – up tempo, current, bright and inspiring
ENTRY and SUBMISSION RULES
• A jingle entry may be written in a popular or new son genre, or a fusion thereof, in any form or structure;
• The duration of each entry should not exceed sixty seconds;
• Lyrics may be in English, Tagalog or Taglish;
• Must be entirely original, and should not infringe on any existing copyright or any other intellectual property rights;
• A contestant may enter a maximum of two (2) jingle compositions, either as a sole composer or collaborator;
• The deadline for submission of entries shall be on or before 5:00 PM, August 30, 2018.
• There are no fees or charges for joining this competition

 

ATTENTION Senior High School and College students (15-22 years old) of FEU Cavite and its partner schools!

JOIN the following competitions on PEACE:
* On-the-Spot Painting Contest on Aug. 25, 2018 – REGISTRATION is until Aug. 22, 2018.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Aug. 30, 2018 on the following competitions:
* Competition on Peace Essay Writing
* Jingle Writing Contest
* Kapture 60-sec. video making Contest

KAPTURE Online Registration, click here:goo.gl/forms/oHyypWSkNMyriJSf1
Students are invited to prepare a short video on how they perceive peace.
All entries must be a digital video. Each entry must focus on ONE of the six peace issues as it relates to one’s everyday life:

PERSONAL PEACE – Cultivating inner peace involving personal growth, reflection, awareness of self, confronting personal and family issues, finding direction in life. ISSUES: despair anxieties, stress, addictions, narcissism, eco-centrism, materialism.

HUMAN RIGHTS – Value of human dignity. Issues: discrimination, political killings, violations of marginalized groups (women, children, minorities).

STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE – Promoting justice and compassion. Issues: violence caused by unjust systems in the local as well as the global level that cause undue suffering, poverty, hunger, graft and corruption.

MILITARIZATION – Dismantling the culture of war. Issues: Proliferation of arms (small arms, weapons of mass destruction), “use of force” in the form of intimidation, bullying and campus violence, or violence against women and children (VAWC).

CULTURAL SOLIDARITY – Promoting intercultural respect, reconciliation and solidarity. ISSUES: violence and injustice caused by racism, stereotyping, and discrimination.

ENVIRONMENTAL CARE – Appreciation for mother earth, respecting the ecological balance and harmony of the earth, oneness of all creation. Issues: chemical agriculture, genetically modified organisms, unsustainable growth and development, global warming, deforestation, waste crisis

MECHANICS:
1. Participants may work together in groups (not more than 3) or submit entries as individuals.
2. The length of the video should not exceed 60 seconds (one minute), not including the 10 second title screen.
3. All information presented in the video must be cited giving credit to the original source. Plagiarism of any kind will result in disqualification.
4. Each video must have one Lead Producer to serve as the main contact person.
5. There is no entry fee.
6. Online registration forms may be obtained from the ACP3FI website or Peace Tayo Facebook page [Click the link here: goo.gl/forms/oHyypWSkNMyriJSf1. Entries may be submitted/downloaded starting June 1, 2018. the deadline for submissions is 4:00 pm, Firday August 30, 2018.
7. All entries must be submitted in digital format.
8. No copyrighted materials (music, images, etc.) may be used for this contest unless you own the copyright or have a license to use the material for this contest. Written permission must be obtained and provided upon request for all copyrighted materials.
9. No professional assistance is allowed.
10. All portions of the online entry form must be completed when you upload your video for it to be eligible. All entries must be submitted in English If entries are not in English, they must include English subtitles.

The judges’ decision is final. Participants agree to be bound by the official contest rules and decision of the judges.

 

ATTENTION Senior High School and College students (15-22 years old) of FEU Cavite and its partner schools!

JOIN the following competitions on PEACE:
* On-the-Spot Painting Contest on Aug. 25, 2018 – REGISTRATION is until Aug. 22, 2018.
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Aug. 30, 2018 on the following competitions:
* Competition on Peace Essay Writing
* Jingle Writing Contest
* Kapture 60-sec. video making Contest

Please see posters for details.