(L-R) Pasay City Public Information Office Head Eduardo Burgos Jr., Protocol Officer Adrian Martinez, and Pasay City Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano; SM Prime SVP for Special Projects Siegfred Ramon Mison; SM Foundation AVP for Scholarship Program Eleanor Lansang; and Don Bosco External Relations Officer Carlo Sigua during the symbolic turnover of technical-vocational scholarship grants for Pasay City residents.
Siegfred Ramon B. Mison, Senior Vice President for Special Projects of SM Prime, Eleanor Lansang, Assistant Vice President – Scholarship Program of SM Foundation, Carlo Sigua, External Relations Officer of Don Bosco Technical Institute and Pasay City Mayor Imelda G. Calixto-Rubiano.
Since 1993, SM, through SM Foundation has provided college scholarships to the residents of Pasay City and was able to produce more than 40 college scholar alumni with 29 current scholars.
SM Prime, SM Foundation, City Government of Pasay, and Don Bosco Technical Institute ink pact to offer full technical-vocational scholarship grants to Pasay City students from financially challenged families.
10 months in-campus academic learning and 5 months On-the-Job Training (OJT) and
at least the 10th Grade (For graduates of the new DepEd curriculum) or HS graduate (For graduates of the old DepEd curriculum), Single, and with a total household income less than PHP150,000 per year.
Interested applicants may get the apply through the Pasay City Mayor’s office from January 4, 2021 to February 28, 2021.
Pasay City Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano and SM Prime SVP for Special Projects Siegfred Ramon Mison.
SM, through SM Foundation, has been providing deserving and qualified students with access to technical-vocational studies since 1993. To date, SMFI has produced almost 5,500 tech-voc scholar graduates nationwide.