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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The Supreme Student Council would like to express their sincere and utmost gratitude for those who gave support and concern for the achievement of this activity.

The PUPQC for its pursuit of excellence in the field of leadership to make students nationally and globally become good citizens; The collaborative efforts of the Student Organizations and Officers namely Junior Management Society, Future Business Teachers Organization, Commonwealth Information Technology Society, Youth Entrepreneurs Society, Distinguished Organization of Management Technologist and Corporate Specialist, Vox Nova, LITERA, DAMLAY, MUSA, CBI, IROCK, PUNO-UMC, KKB, ACTS, NSTP, KATAGA, Red Cross Youth, PEP Squad that provide skills, ideas and valuable experiences which served as patterns for this work;

Prof. Roque S. Morales for being the one of the Resource Speakers of the Seminar who shared us knowledge about Peace and Conflict Resolutio n Management; Mr. Jose Patricio Valdenor who enlightened the minds of the student leaders with his humble talk about Mass Struggles and Campaigns; Ms. BaibonnSangid from the National Youth Commission who with trust and confidence discussed to the student leaders about National Issues Concerning Youth Sector and undoubtedly shared her knowledge about Power Dressing; Mr. Jaime S. Aguband Advisers of Student Organizations who also contributed his knowledge and effort in guiding his co-student leaders; Dr. Jennifor L. Aguilar for being one of the Resource Speakers of the Seminar by giving his precious time to discussthe Solidarity Night; Prof. Sheryl R. Morales for her encouragement and support to accomplish this activity; Foremost, the Almighty God, who gave us knowledge and wisdom, valor and determination and inspiration through the course of our study. Without Him, this activity would not have been possible.

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DEDICATION

The Supreme Student Council would like to dedicate this humble piece of work to the following people whose profound words served as our inspiration and for helping us in pursuing these academic endeavors.

To our almighty God for His supervision, generosity and protection as we go through our leadership training and giving us the knowledge and determination we need. Everything that we have, we offer back to you Lord.

Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but be an example in your speech, your conduct, your love, faith and in purity 1 Timothy 4:12

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BACKGROUND

The student body is persistent to serve its purpose of existence bearing the leadership endowment of its organization framework. As part of its activities, the Council conducted a Leadership Training and Seminar entitled: Leadership Succession and Sustainability together with the student organizations at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Quezon City held last October 29 to 31, 2013. The council aims to empower the student leaders of our university and consolidate the whole university through the leaders governing them.

INTRODUCTION

Leaders define a group. A principal leadership causes teams to bring forth good things in proper perspective for the organization.

The student leaders form an essential part of the population. Thus, they should be properly equipped with knowledge and skills of being an effective and efficient leader. Continuous development of their potential of being a leader to the extent of succession leadership must be instilled to the youth.

There is still much that is to be done to provide continuing capacitative efforts to ensure that these student leaders would become a very potent force for community empowerment and development.

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OBJECTIVES: 1. To promote young peoples participation in community building 2. To defend and define their principles in life; 3. To respect people with other religious orientations; 4. To protect the human dignity; and 5. To consolidate student leaders of the university through get to know ambiance and team building. 6. To serve as an offshoot learning experience of the student leaders from the confines of classroom set-up.

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS:

1. Polytechnic University of the Philippines Quezon City 2. National Youth Commission

TRAINING METHODOLOGY:

Participants will do team-building and trust-building activities, engage in dialogue with each other on issues of common concern, and build supportive peer and mentor relationship.

The camp will offer experiential simulations and informational setting to help the youth develop skills for social action, dialogue on difficult issues, group decision making, and conflict transformation as they relate to intercultural situations.

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Participants will engage in outdoor challenges in local communities, recreational, and social activities designed to help them utilized the knowledge and skills gained in training and sessions. The synthesis coming from these activities will stimulate the reflection and discussion on issues raised during groups sessions. In addition, activities are design to promote enjoyment, relaxation, and sharing among the participants. Working together with their respective mentors, participants will develop strategies for working toward peace, religious understanding, and social justice when they return home.

This humble piece of work is made for the next generation of PUPQC Student Leaders. For them to have a manual/guide in creating a meaningful Leadership Training and Seminar of their Batch. Below are the contents of this Training Module:

I. Current Issues: A. National Issues Concerning Youth Sector B. Power Dressing II. Leadership Skills Building A. Succession Leadership B. Table Battles and Negotiation C. Peace and Conflict Resolution Management D. Student Council Management E. Mass Struggle and Campaign III. Student Leader Relationship A. Functions of Student Leaders

VENUE AND DATE: Venue: Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Quezon City Date: October 29, 30 & 31, 2013

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PARTICIPANTS: Supreme Student Council Presidents of all Student Organization Council of Leaders - Classroom Presidents of all section in the University

TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE PAID PER PARTICIPANT: Five Hundred pesos (P 500.00) Coverage: Registration Fee Food Expense Training Materials like kits, ID, etc.

PROFESSORS INVOLVED ORGANIZATION JMS FBTO CommITs YES DOMT.Cs VOX NOVA MUSA DAMLAY LITERA KATAGA KKB PUNO-UMC ADVISER Prof. Rodrigo S. Dolorosa Dr. Lily G. Mendoza Prof. Alma C. Fernandez Prof. Diana Lee Tracy K. Chan Prof. Sheryl R. Morales Prof. Mary Grace I. Cruz Prof. Rosalinda Madelo Dr. Jennifor L. Aguilar Prof. Gina C. Salmorin Prof. Irynne P. Gatchalian Dr. Jennifor L. Aguilar Dr. Melissa Sarappudin

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CBI I-ROCK ACTS Red Cross PEP Squad OSAS GUIDANCE Prof. Diana Lee Tracy K. Chan Prof. Jorgen Z. Fulleros Prof. Demelyn E. Monzon Prof. Marilyn F. Isip Prof. Abraham Seth Bernardino Prof. Irynne P. Gatchalian Prof. Artemus G. Cruz

REQUIREMENTS: Every delegate shall bring his/her own personal necessities like clothes for three days, toiletries and medicines if needed, Every delegate shall shoulder his/her own packed lunch for the first day, pocket money Every delegate shall actively participate to the activities prepared for the training. Every delegate shall be the medium to empower his/her own area of jurisdiction (e.g., the class the delegate handles or to the organization the delegate serves to).

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SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

Day 1 October 29, 2013

REGISTRATION

The Presidents of Major Organizations facilitating the Registration area

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The delegates are provided with I.D/Name tags, Eco bag that contains training kits such as notebook, leadership documents and ball pen. Below are example layouts of their I.D:

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THE STUDENT LEADERS PLAYING TAO, BAHAY, BAGYO WHILE WAITING FOR THE PROGRAM PROPER

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The game was facilitated by Renz Fernandez, Legal Consultant of the Supreme Student Council

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BILLETING AND HOUSE RULES

The Orientation was facilitated by Ms. Lara Marie M. Bueno, President of the Supreme Student Council

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The Billeting and House Rules was also facilitated by Prof. Sheryl R. Morales

Adviser of Distinguished Organization of Management Technologist and Corporate Specialist DOMT.Cs

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Below are the guidelines given to the delegates:

1. Read carefully and obey the HOUSE RULES given before this activity. 2. Follow your facilitator at all times. 3. You are only allowed to bring one back pack. Excess back pack will be confiscated. 4. Pagkakamalingisa, Pagkakamalinglahat. 5. During session or entire activity, the accommodating area will be locked. 6. Make sure that you surrender all of your valuable possessions to your designated facilitator. 7. You can use gadgets during night time (before lights off) 8. Observe discipline in throwing garbage. (biodegradable & non-biodegradable) 9. Observe discipline in cleaning your utensils and the washing area. 10. You will be given an INITIAL PROVISION of 3 noodles; 1 kilo of rice, 2 canned sardines, 2 eggs and 1 bottle (500 ml). These foods will be budgeted for three days. 11. For cooking, you are going to use kalan de uling 12. Each participant (per team) must have the experience to cook. 13. Each participant is responsible to bring his/her own plate, cup and utensils and responsible for washing those things after use. 14. Each team is only entitled for 1 liter of water that they will consume for 1 meal. 15. Each team will be given the chance to budget their monetary and food allowance for 3 days. 16. Waste of food will be subject to demerit/s. 17. Participants are not allowed to go outside the LTS area. 18. Using your voluntary budget, you can buy basic needs (oil, gas, kahoy, seasoning, napkin, etc.) from the designated mini store inside the activity area. 19. There will be rewards for completion and winning of certain activities. 20. Girls are not allowed to wear short shorts while sleeping.

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21. Participants are not allowed to go to other rooms. 22. There will be a designated comfort rooms for girls and for boys. 23. There will be no warnings for the participants who committed major offense/s. 24. Any complaints/problems must be properly addressed.

FACILITATORS

(Left) Franz Dave Irinco - FBTO President; (Middle) Lara Marie Bueno - SSC President; (Right) Ayah Mei Publico - SSC Budget & Finance

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Janine Castro President of Distinguished Organization of Management Technologist and Corporate Specialist (DOMT.Cs)

(Left) Jeffrey D.R. Llano President of Commonwealth Information Technology Society (CommITS) and the Facilitator of Red Team (Right) Nevi N. Mendoza President of MagaaralngUnibersidadsaSining at Adhika (MUSA) and the Facilitator of Green Team

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(Left) Julian Rae F. Macalinga Managing Editor of Vox Nova and the Facilitator of Violet Team (Right) April Bea B. Entac EIC of Vox Nova and the Facilitator of Blue Team

Renz P. Fernandez SSC Legal Consultant and the Facilitator of Yellow Team

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The participants were divided into five groups namely BLUE team, RED team, GREEN team, YELLOW team and VIOLET team. They had an allotted time for planning, introducing themselves to each member of the group.

After the Orientation, Billeting and House Rules, the delegates went to their respective Teams and started their first task cooking their own food.

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They were tasked to cook their own food using kalan de uling and be resourceful of the things around them that they can use to make continuous fire to make the food cooked.

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Each team has to budget their food for three days. Extra food such as chips, biscuits, beverages, snacks and the like were prohibited during their stay.

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Using the budget that they acquired through voluntary pledge of each member of the team, they can buy limited supplies on the mini store handled by facilitators that they can use in cooking.

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Each member of a team is required to experience cooking so that there will be a collaborative effort in that process. Everyone is involved in each activity.

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After cooking, the participants presided to the Session area and continue the program proper.

INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGES

Prof. Edgardo S. Delmo Administrative Officer & Property Custodian, this University Shared his Inspirational Message to Student Leaders.

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