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MOPG NSTP 2 CSI 2016 SHORT TERM FINAL

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I-GENERAL PRINCIPLES: 1. NSTP CWTS 2 is the second part of a training subject that aims to deepen the orientation of students on the foundations of the service they must practice with communities or persons in need. This service engages the students
  CONGREGATIO IMMACULATI CORDIS MARIAE (CICM)SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITYNATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM (NSTP) OFFICE Student Center First Basement, Assumption Rd., 2600 Baguio City Tel: 091919!"#$ “SERVING WITH A MISSIONARY HEART” ag% CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  Name:__________________________________ Course/Year:______________ Class code:__________ Apostolate:______________________________Supervising Instructor:________________________  NATIONAL SERICE TRAININ! "RO!RA# $NST"%&#AN'AL O( "ROCE)'RES AN) !'I)ELINES $#O"!%CO'RSE N'#*ER: NST" C+TS ,)ESCRI"TIE TITLE: SOCIAL A+ARENESS AN) E#"O+ER#ENT (OR SERICE S-ORT TER#. ,01 SLU NSTP: TRAINING COMPETENT, CREATIVE, AND CHRISTIAN VOLUNTEERS SOCIALLYINVOLVED AS YOUNG MISSIONARIES AND NATION BUILDERS I & !ENERAL "RINCI"LES:02 NSTP CWTS 2 is the second part of a training subject that aims to deepen the orientation of students on thefoundations of the service they must practice with communities or persons in need. This service engages thestudents to learn to use their respective professional specialiation!courses together with their other capabilitiesin competently and creatively living the Christian Spirit of living with others. "nd this is the #ouisian$s meaningfulsocial involvement in a genuine %ilipino and &issionary culture. NSTP is implemented by 'igher (ducation)nstitutions *'()$s+ with a specific institutional nature because such is stipulated in the NSTP law. 'ence, S#-NSTP is guided by the visionmission, culture and values of the -niversity. S#-NSTP also gears itself with thee/cellence and missionary character of the -niversity. Through NSTP, #ouisians will continue to learn and livetheir mission for transformation. NSTP CWTS 2 is mostly offcampus training. )t employs variouscommunity!agency, immersion, group dynamics and other creative social involvement strategies!procedures thatcan provide students the basic but optimum e/perience of Community Service )nvolvement *CS)+. )t alsoincorporates various training re0uirements as stipulated in the NSTP )mplementing 1ules and 1egulations *)11+.)t further incorporates the purposes of 1" 345 or the National 6olunteer "ct of 2778. ,2 Community service involvement is among the trademar9s of a #ouisian. S#- was established with a mission totransform. Not only must #ouisians be competent, creative and imbibing the Christian Spirit, but they must alsobe socially involved in community service. 'ence, NSTP, just li9e any community service involvement programin the -niversity, is an integral subject of a #ouisian. NSTP may be perceived as an ordinary subject. :ut it isnot ordinary for a #ouisian who wishes to genuinely live his #ouisian identity. S#- students are re0uired toe0ually give their best. 32 Community service as a trademar9 of a #ouisian is a character that understands and respects the individualdifferences of persons that ma9e them uni0ue and significant. )t is a character that helps discover and enableevery person$s capabilities or potentials. Community service is enabling each one to live well with others in their uni0ue and individual differences. 42 S#-NSTP underscores service or wor9 ethics and character which are also of competitive advantage later whenthe #ouisian graduate applies for wor9 or when already employed. S#-NSTP emphasies building service or wor9 ethics and character. What ma9es #ouisians essentially who they are wherever and whenever they practicewhat they have learned in school is their ;wor9place spirituality< =the sum total of their learning and character building in action. CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  C REATING I NITIATIVES FOR C OMPASSION AND M ERCY   %m& ONE HEART…ONE SOUL 4  CONGREGATIO IMMACULATI CORDIS MARIAE (CICM)SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITYNATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM (NSTP) OFFICE Student Center First Basement, Assumption Rd., 2600 Baguio City Tel: 091919!"#$ “SERVING WITH A MISSIONARY HEART” ag% CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  52 The major goal of Community Service )nvolvement *CS)+is building a community where all people, regardless of differences, can live together in solidarity through people empowerment, social collaboration, and improved0uality of life for all. 12 S#-NSTP CS) is called a missionary apostolate. )t is one concrete way of evangeliing others by letting themfeel or encounter >ivine providence and presence through the meaningful services rendered with them. S#- wasestablished as a missionary institution. "s #ouisians, it is our mission to help ourselves and other peopletransform lives, in its various dimensions, according to ?od$s teachings. 62  "s missionary service providers, #ouisian students are considered to be apostles =;ambassadors of goodwill<*the word ;apostles< srcinated from the ?ree9 word ;apostolos< which in 'ebrew word is called ;Shalliac9<.Shalliac9 means ambassadors of goodwill+. 72 )ncorporating the above, the following are the program corefocus of S#-NSTP@ a+ community inclusivesolidarityA b+ good citienshipA c+ the C)C& &issionary #egacyA d+ youth integrated transformationA e+ communityproject planning and managementA f+ #ouisian core valuesA g+ richness of indigenous %ilipino cultureA and h+ wor9ethics!character and preparedness. 82 Transformative service is illustrated by delivering relevant or much needed assistance through one$s competentcapabilities, creativity and resourcefulness. )t is helping ensure that a society recognies respects and readilyprovides opportunities and capabilities for every person to be significant, functional, or selfreliant in the society.Transformative service is promoting an inclusive society. 02 &issionary service is illustrated by delivering services characteried by the virtues of simplicity =living and beingcontented with basic needs only so that any e/tras could be shared to the needy, loyaltyobeying and practicingthe visionmission and culture of an institution or organiation one is affiliated with, availabilityresponding to aneed with one$s actual presence and participation, Preferential option for the needygreater compassion andprioritiation of the real needy or the most in need, 6olunteerismgiving of unconditional service, %rontiershipresponding to a critical concern or issue or standing by a critical principle, Selfsacrifice and charity;goingbeyond borders< to help the ;needy,< Community solidarityliving with others regardless of their differences,1elevancetransformation with greater impact, and love of the sacredinner satisfaction and happiness inpracticing righteousness as taught by a ;supreme divine<. 002 CS) is generally offcampus. 'owever, civic concerns of utmost attention in the campus are li9ewise pursued.Charity begins at home. The university is our home we must promote its welfare as this is the same welfare webenefit. 0,2 CS) incorporates value transformation in welloff communities for them to appreciate and pursue the concern of reaching out to the needy communities. 032 CS) engages community participation and teamwor9. (very community member or a wor9er has great potentialsand capabilities. When given the chance, everyone becomes significant in the community. 042 People who want development to happen should strive for itA because development is not offered on a silver platter. Partner communities should always ;share a counterpartA< they are always capable in one way or another. 052 CS) is integrated and not piecemeal. )t targets the various and holistic conditions of persons in the community@physiological, intellectual, sociocultural, technological, spiritual, and psychoemotional, among others. CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  C REATING I NITIATIVES FOR C OMPASSION AND M ERCY   %m& ONE HEART…ONE SOUL 2  CONGREGATIO IMMACULATI CORDIS MARIAE (CICM)SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITYNATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM (NSTP) OFFICE Student Center First Basement, Assumption Rd., 2600 Baguio City Tel: 091919!"#$ “SERVING WITH A MISSIONARY HEART” ag% CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  012 CS) is immersing one$s self with the community. ?o to the people and live among them. Community serviceproviders cannot significantly help a community if they just stay and wor9 within their offices. Service providersmust integrate themselves to genuinely feel and respond to community concerns. 062 Start with and build on what the people have and 9now@ CS) is beginning with the indigenous resources,technologies and structures that a community has. :eing an innovator is advantageous as long as one$s actionconforms to what the community believes in and does, and which does not adversely affect the physicalenvironment. 072 CS) is not merely a ;relief< but a ;release<. CS) is focused on liberating community members from their concernsby e0uipping them with the capability to resolve their own concerns rather than on merely giving ;relief goods< or dole outs. CS) should also focus on resolutions that are long lasting rather than only on short term ones. )ndeed,CS) should not simply be ;giving a fish to a man for he will live only for a day< but rather, it should be ;teaching aman how to fish so he can catch fish by himself and can live for lifetime.CS) is helping persons help themselves.CS) is ensuring that others become selfreliant or selfsustaining. &eanwhile, relief system must only be pursuedin appropriate relief situations. 082 CS) re0uires a relevant level of technical competency or specialiation, and maturity. ;Bne cannot give what onedoes not have.< (lse, one can best serve with what one already has *intellectual or practical s9ills, or other personal resources+. 'ence, it is best that students should enroll their NSTP 2 only when their capabilities andmaturity are ready for the said involvement. With the varied courses and apostolates of students, CS) can helpaddress the integrated concerns of a community. ,2 Brganiing and implementing CS) apostolates re0uire following appropriate procedures, guidelines, format andaction plans. ,02 CS) is li9ewise dependent on the feasibility of an activity and the capability of the participants. Participantsshould undergo capability retooling if needed. ,,2 CS) is establishing a wor9ing rapport with the concerned partners and clients. ,32 CS) is providing the NSTP student the e/posure to be an independent missionary wor9er@ to e/plore, discover and ma/imie his creativity under minimum but substantial supervision and wor9ing under pressure whilepersonally observing command of activity success and safety. ,42 CS) provides e/perience to the NSTP student to prepare himself for the world of wor9 or employment after graduation. (mployment and wor9 are highly competitive. Wor9 applicants should display capabilities for minimum supervision, selfreliance, wor9ing under pressure, multiple capabilities for multitas9ing, mature,teamwor9, personality, attitude, etc II & !ENERAL "ROCE)'RE AN) !'I)ELINES: 4.Process (nrollment@ enrollment of NSTP CWTS 2 is done at your respective schools. %or enrollment with specialcase, it is done at the NSTP office.2. "t the time of enrollment your NSTP schedule printed in your enrollment form may be tentative, or as is. This isbecause the actual schedule will eventually depend on the nature of your apostolate or project and on the finalschedule the apostolate group will agree upon as feasible, practical and specific to the chosen apostolate or project and to the group. D.Complete!accomplish properly the enrollment re0uirements@ a.NSTP 4 passing grade@ you must have finished and passed your NSTP 4 first before enrolling NSTP 2. "ny NSTP 2 ta9enwithout passing NSTP 4 is invalidated and must be repeated after finally passing NSTP 4 first. CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  C REATING I NITIATIVES FOR C OMPASSION AND M ERCY   %m& ONE HEART…ONE SOUL D  CONGREGATIO IMMACULATI CORDIS MARIAE (CICM)SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITYNATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM (NSTP) OFFICE Student Center First Basement, Assumption Rd., 2600 Baguio City Tel: 091919!"#$ “SERVING WITH A MISSIONARY HEART” ag% CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  b.(nlistment!verification of name in the class code or enrollment list.c.)> pictures *2 pieces, should be recent, standard )>, 2/2 sie, and with whitecolored bac9ground+ to be placed in thefollowing@a+ S#-NSTP %orm 2A *b+ journal *composition noteboo9 = at least 7 leaves, nonspiral, color coded@ see your instructor for the color codingd.Submit ?roup filing e/pandable folder =one per group *see re0uired format and color coding with your Supervising)nstructor+e.Secure, read, understand, and master this copy of the procedures and guidelines of NSTP CWTS CS)f.Secure and start accomplishing your S#-NSTP journal daily or every NSTP activity beginning the first day of classes@9eep your entries in full details. Specify the date, time, place, agenda, attendance of the group mates with their signature,activities or topics underta9en or discussed, etc"#W"ES :1)N? "#BN? EB-1 FB-1N"# >-1)N? NSTP "CT)6)TE "N>!B1 CBNS-#T"T)BN. NB FB-1N"#, NB "TT(N>"NC(!CBNS-#T"T)BN.g.Submit specimen of the )> *with picture, signature and address+ of your guardians while studying in the -niversity. Eour guardian must be either or both of your parents. :ut either or both of your parents must be accessible or staying with youin your residence while studying so that should you need their srcinal signatures *not photocopied+ immediately, you willbe able to secure such immediately. Photocopy at least two )>s of either parents or both. "t least one of the )>s shouldbe a government issued )> *e/. 6oters )>, SSS, ?S)S, license, etc+. The other )> may be private issued or governmentissued just the same. The )>s should be photocopied on one long bond paper. :eside the photocopied )>s, theconcerned parent should again attach srcinal signature to match the photocopied signature on the )>. )n the event thatyour parents are not accessible or are not staying with you in your residence while studying in the -niversity, in0uire fromyour parent should they rather authorie you or give you full responsibility of yourself in the NSTP throughout the term.Btherwise, your parent should authorie other persons to act as your guardian in their absence. )n these instanceswhere your parents will authorie you or another person as your guardian, follow these re0uirements@ secure from theNSTP Bffice special authoriation form that your parents are authoriing or giving you full responsibility of yourself, or another person to act as your guardian. Eour parents will accomplish the form properly and submit it bac9 attaching to ittheir photocopied )> as your parents and the photocopied )> of your authoried guardian with the )> specimenspecifications specified above. )n the absence of the parent to serve or to authorie a guardian for the said student, theimmediate family member *grandparent, brothers or sisters of either the mother or the father, or sibling who is at least 24years old+ of the student may be considered as alternative. This re0uirement is needed to ensure the proper accomplishing of activity papers needing signatures and authoriation of parents or guardians. Students should have their own copies of their respective specimen *)>, signature and authoriation+ in their own personal file. Whenever they submitdocuments bearing the signature of their guardian *waivers, letters, etc+ they must photocopy such specimen and attach itto the said document.NBT(@ no parent signature specimen means your NSTP re0uirement is invalidh. )n support to the NSTP apostolate on 6oters and (lection (ducation and 1esponsible Participation in good governance,NSTP students of voting age *45 y!o and above+ submit photocopy of voters )> *show srcinal copy for verification+,registration!voting certificate or any proof of CB&(#(C registration for merit purposes. To ensure a responsible e/ercisein governing our country, we register, we vote, and we vote responsibly. :e referred to your respective supervisinginstructor for the deadline of submissioni.1e0uired to vote in the S#- SSCG"S"&" (lection@ see your NSTP )nstructor for the details of this re0uirement as this isonly applicable during the first semester. j.Students who were absent during or who missed an attendance or activity are personally responsible in compensatingwhatever were missed out. "ny absence e/cused or not, will not automatically e/cuse a student from any instruction or assignment missed due to such absence. "ny absent student is still re0uired to comply with assignments or responsibilities that are supposed to be accomplished. The said absence is subject to the evaluation of the S"B. Thestudent should present the e/cuse slip coming from the S"B and attach a letter of e/planation addressed to the NSTPCoordinator regarding the said absence.9.Secure your official NSTP -niform *NSTP Tshirt and NSTP :utton pin+@ Eour re0uired NSTP 2 uniform is the navy blueNSTP tshirt while your NSTP white tshirt you used as -niform in NSTP 4 will be your alternative uniform tshirt. %or specific details on your -niform, please secure or read our guidelines on NSTP -niform from the NSTP Bffice. 1ead andunderstand first the guidelines on NSTP -niform before ac0uiring and using one. "ny ac0uired -niform and using of -niform that did not comply with said guidelines on NSTP -niform will be invalidated and not honored. 3. "ttend the scheduled "postolate orientation with the NSTP Coordinator and the Supervising )nstructor. CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  C REATING I NITIATIVES FOR C OMPASSION AND M ERCY   %m& ONE HEART…ONE SOUL 3  CONGREGATIO IMMACULATI CORDIS MARIAE (CICM)SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITYNATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM (NSTP) OFFICE Student Center First Basement, Assumption Rd., 2600 Baguio City Tel: 091919!"#$ “SERVING WITH A MISSIONARY HEART” ag% CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  H. "ttend and pass the preliminary, midterm and final assessment and the comprehensive e/am.I.Secure your community apostolate or project. With the peculiar and certain complications in organiing andsustaining community projects, apostolate or project assignments will be normally done by the NSTP Bffice butwithin feasible considerations, you may be allowed to choose your project. )t is re0uired that in facilitating or implementing the projects assigned to you, you must be able to relate or use the learning you have in your respective courses in the successful implementation of your projects or apostolates. This is aside from your other personal potentials and s9ills. :e reminded of our #ouisian mission and identity of ;wisdom builds< or ;mission totransform< where we come to the -niversity and together with the learning activities and re0uirements we arepursuing in our various subjects, we e/plore and develop to their best our potentials, 9nowledge, attitude ands9ills and use them to build or transform ourselves further and our community or society. &eanwhile, giving your best in any assignment given to you now in the NSTP is your e/ercise in doing the same when you scout for employment or for promotion in your employment later on. )t has been an e/perience of many graduates thatwhen they are too choosy of wor9 or employment that they could hardly scout for better opportunities. )t is withthe same conte/t that adjusting yourself to the assignment given to you is your opportunity to challenge, e/ploreand further develop your s9ill of creativity also being one of the core values of a #ouisianA when we are able toproductively or successfully respond to a certain ;call of the moment< or any situation.8. "ssigning of apostolate or project in NSTP 2 shall be done by the NSTP Bffice following certain considerationspeculiar to the various projects being sustained and attended to by the NSTP of the -niversity.5.Brganie your team@ role distribution, venue and schedule of meeting and apostolate consultation time with theSupervising instructor, consultation time with community partner!s if applicableA consultation time with thecoordinator, etc..Process "postolate Papers@ in consultation with the Supervising instructor *S)+ and NSTP coordinator  a.Secure and process your concept paper with the help of your S). Students must strictly follow the given schedules in theconcept paper. :e reminded that noncompliance therein is part of your grade.b.Prepare your letters to concerned offices!agencies if applicable *letter should bear signatures of apostolate leader,supervising instructor, NSTP coordinator and ST( dean unless otherwise indicated+ = D copies with srcinal signatures.&a9e sure your letters are well edited by you or your consultants and appropriate format therein is followed. Present your letterdraft first to your supervising instructor for evaluation before signing is done. #etters will only be sent to concernedpersons when signed by the above signatories.c.Coordinate the apostolate with the concerned target community!agency.d. "ccomplish your Waivers@ all apostolates are re0uired waivers, oncampus or offcampus. Bnly parents or authoriedguardians are allowed to sign waivers. %or the endorsement of the apostolate paper, the submitted parent!guardiansignature specimen must be attached. No parent!guardian signature specimen, no apostolate activity. %or students whohave difficulty in securing the re0uired signature specimen, they must write a letter addressed to the NSTP coordinator e/plaining such situation but must still submit the said signature specimen as soon as possible. Students are givenenough time to secure and submit the signature specimen.e.Secure a copy of additional provisions for apostolate success and safety from your supervising instructor and formulate acomprehensive provision incorporating your group provision for success and safety. f. "ccomplish Bffcampus!Campus "ctivity Chec9list.g.Secure "postolate "ctivity "pproval of the -niversity President. %ollow the procedure in doing so, as provided by theNSTP Bffice.h.Photocopy the signed and approved apostolate file and secure your personal copy. (ach group member must have a copyof the approved apostolate file. "lways bring along with you your copy of the apostolate file when implementing your activity, when attending meeting, and when attending consultations. No file means your attendance and participation in aparticular event you do not have your file with is not recorded or graded as the case may be. The group must also providea copy to the various partners!signatories *see S) or NSTP Coordinator for the photocopying instruction and distribution of copies to partners before doing so+.i.Students are responsible in ensuring that clerical re0uirements *li9e papers, letters, waivers, etc+ follow correct grammar and format. :e reminded that once submitted still with errors, such errors are made part of your grade. j.Prepare your individual!personal first aid 9it. CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM •SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM • SLU • NSTP • CICM  C REATING I NITIATIVES FOR C OMPASSION AND M ERCY   %m& ONE HEART…ONE SOUL H
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