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BPI MAKE THE BEST HAPPEN WITH LIFE NEEDS AND FUTURE GOALS

BPI makes financial planning easy through Make The Best Happen campaign

 

 People love to spend and when it comes to basic needs and material goals, saving money is the first thing and foremost that needs to be addressed. Be it short-term or long-term goals, savings plays a major part in our wants in having a good life, for ourselves or for our loved ones. This is where Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) comes in. BPI, the first bank in the Philippines and in Southeast Asian region, has a wide range of consumer, corporate, and investment banking products and services. With Make The Best Happen campaign, BPI is setting  a trend of […]

CHEVRON PHILIPPINES INC. CHAIRMAN PETER MORRIS JOINED 28 SCHOOLS REPRESENTATIVES AND AMERICAN CHAMBER FOUNDATION EXECUTIVES DURING THE RECOGNITION OF AWARDS HELD AT CALTEX STATION IN JULIA VARGAS ST., ORTIGAS CITY

3,000 students will now learn STEM with the help of Caltex Fuel Your School

 

 With the success of Caltex Fuel Your School (FYS) campaign, about 3,000 students from the highest-need, senior-ready public high schools in Metro Manila are now learning science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with the help of brand new equipment received recently from the FYS program initiated by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), marketer of high-quality brand of Caltex fuels and lubricants, and supported by the American Chamber Foundation Philippines Inc. The campaign involved motorists and the public who supported the campaign during the donation period wherein every 4-liter fuel purchase in any of the 153 Caltex stations in Metro Manila, Rizal, and Cavite generated […]

RICHARD BRANSON ON THE MIC WHEN I FRTS MET HIM IN KUALA LUMPUR

Self Discovery: “Who do you want to be in the future?”

 

 Who do you want to be in the future? What do you want to fulfill and achieve in life that will leave a legacy for the next generation? I have always admired Richard Branson, the man behind the successful Virgin Group of Companies and one of the greatest entrepreneurs of his time. Richard Branson has been known for putting up a lot of business ventures and though he found success many times, that doesn’t mean that he did not have his fair share of ups and downs before getting to the top. Before he established Virgin Records and before he […]

The MOA signing for Caltex Fuel Your School was attended by (left to right) DepEd Undersecretary Mario Deriquito, CPI Policy, Government and Public Affairs Manager Raissa Bautista, DepEd Regional Director for NCR Luz Almeda, CPI Country Chair Peter Morris, and American Chamber Foundation Philippines President Edwin Feist

Caltex launches Caltex Fuel Your School (FYS) program for Metro Manila’s highest-need senior-ready public schools

 

 Through Caltex Fuel Your School (FYS) program which was launched May 25, 2015 in Caltex Mabini station, Caltex will be helping thousands of public high school students in Metro Manila to make their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) projects possible, in anticipation of the needs of incoming Grades 11 and 12 in 2016 for public schools. Peter Morris, country chairman of Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) announced, “From June 15 to July 15, 2015, we will donate one peso (P1) for every 4-liter fuel purchase made by motorists at participating Caltex stations in Metro Manila. We aim to hit P5 […]

Brainly Owls.

Education in the XXIst century

 

 How can technology reshape learning in the Philippines? – it is a common question, probably asked at least once by every student, parent or any person interested in the current educational system. To get an answer, it is necessary to take a look at children, their needs and how they behave both at school and on the web. Few facts about the young and their needs. First fact: Children spend most of their free time surfing in the internet and their technology competency is very high. School, however, often acts as if there was still XXth century and children wouldn’t […]