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1. Who can submit proposals? The workshop is open to all college students. Each group must be comprised of 5-6 members and one faculty adviser. How do I join the workshop? Each group must submit an application form and draft business proposal on or before September 7, 2012 via email ( or through any of the host universities. How do I know that my application was accepted? Confirmations will be sent via email upon receipt of the application. Groups will also be notified via email if they are qualified to attend the two-day workshop. When and where is the workshop? All qualified participants are required to attend any of the following workshops:
September 19-20, 2012 University of Southeastern Philippines (Davao) Contact Person: Resty Macarayo Email: Tel. No.: (63-82) 221-0084, 225-4726 local 223 October 11-12, 2012 St. Paul University (Tuguegarao) Contact Person: Ronald Sumait Email: Tel. No.: (63-78) 844-1839 local 119 October 26-27, 2012 Silliman University (Dumaguete) Contact Person: Ruel Yu Email: Tel. No.: (63-35) 422-6002 local 517, 422-7208 November 9-10, 2012 Central Philippine University (Iloilo) Contact Person: Ana Mae Cantel Email: Tel. No.: (63-33) 329-1971 local 2174, 320-3582 November 22-23, 2012 Palawan State University (Palawan) Contact Person: Marilou Nambatac Email: Tel. No.: (63-48) 434-2707





Do I need to pay for anything? Meals and workshop materials will be provided by the organizers. Transportation and accommodation costs will have to be shouldered by the participants. Whats the prize for the best business proposal? The best plan per workshop will receive Php 20,000.00 as a seed capital to start-up their project/program. There will be a culminating event at the end of all the seminar workshops, wherein selected participants will get to exhibit their business plans at a Youth Forum on Social Entrepreneurship to be held in Metro Manila. What are the criteria in choosing the best business proposal? 35% Impact on the Problem: Will this proposal resolve the social problem being addressed? 25% Innovativeness: Is this proposal creative? 15% Project Plan Presentation: Is the project plan understandable and clear, easy to understand? 15% Scalability: Does the project or activity have the potential to be replicated in other communities? 10% Overall Presentation What if I have additional questions? Please contact Myra de Leon +639175792995 or via email Updates will also be posted in the KDC Philippines Facebook page