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External Community Involvement

The External Community Involvement (ECI) includes  any apostolic involvement of students, staff and faculty in coordination with or organized by institutes/ agencies/ organizations other than IFRS.

POLICIES:

Students:

  • Alongside the Student Information Sheet,   an Apostolic Involvement (AI) Form is given to the students upon registration  to be duly accomplished.
  • The AI Forms are collected and filed as a documentation of the varied apostolic involvements of the IFRS community.
  • Because  students’ apostolic involvement/s   is/are varied and dependent on their formators/superiors,  the AI Form is  updated annually.   

Faculty:

  • The Apostolic Involvement of the IFRS faculty is culled from the Faculty Information Sheet  (FIS) duly accomplished by faculty members. The FIS is filed in the office of   the Academic Dean.
  • The AI of the Faculty  is considered  in their ranking.
  • The Faculty AI is updated annually.

Staff:

  • Any non-teaching staff who has social/pastoral involvement/s outside the school premises and/or connected to  institute/s other than IFRS is to submit a report of her/his   involvement/s to the Administrative Officer. Such reports are  updated annually.

 

LARGER COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

(FACULTY AND STAFF)

Most of the faculty members of the Institute are socially-involved in varied ways. Further , as members of the Institute, faculty members seek ways to incorporate  community involvement in their academic courses. For example,  some professors incorporate in their syllabus co-curricular activities which will bring their students to interact with the residents of  the adopted communities of Porac and Matangtubig . This is done in coordination with the Academic Dean.

IFRS FACULTY COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT OUTSIDE IFRS

PROFESSOR

LARGER COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Aldea, Merian P.

Facilitator: Trainings/seminars on Spirituality; on Gender and Development; on Interreligious Dialogue and Peace;

Trainer: Woman and Development Trainings/seminar (Business and enterprise development)

Volunteer: San Juan De Dios (Hospitaller Brothers of St. John of God.

Calubaquib, Cynthia P.

Founder / Director: Kariton Empowerment Center for Rehabilitation and Development of Street Families

Castillo, Maribel

Foundress and Spiritual animator of the Parish Youth Group- “Kabataang Kaberks ng Mabuting Pastol” in Sta. Clara Parish, Sto. Tomas, Batangas

Co-foundress of the Lay Group- “Single Ladies for Jesus Christ”

Board Member of the CCD of Sta. Clara Parish.

Dela Cruz, Ronel

Coordinator: Environment Advocacy Center of the University

Initiates and implements community-based programs for the partner communities of the University.

Establishes local linkages for a sustained partnership and programs for marginalized sectors of Philippine society.

Tilman, Nicole Marie

Co-Founder and Assistant Director: Kariton Empowerment Center for Rehabilitation and Development of Street Families

Tolentino, Leah R.

Partner in Mission: FONDACIO-Christian for the World

Founder: GINHAWA, Inc.

Vargas, Sr. Niceta, OSA

Founder and Director: Tahanan Mapagkalinga ni Madre Rita, Inc., A Home for Street Children