Application for International Youth Friendship Camp in Bali, Indonesia now open

The application for the third International Youth Friendship Camp is now open. The IYFCamp aims to gather youth from the ASEAN region to meet and make new friends, learn a new language, develop self-confidence, give them a feel of a new environment and culture, and learn new lessons through … [Read more...]

PNVSCA and CHED launches Volunteerism Story Writing Contest

The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) and Commission on Higher Education(CHED) launched a volunteerism story writing contest with the theme of "Volunteerism for Sustainable Development." The contest is open to undergraduate college students who have completed or are … [Read more...]

Why I Gave some of my Books Away

  Photo taken by: Gilda Flores Rule 16. Write What You Read.  After reading "Robert's Rules of Writing," I decided not to follow most of the rules presented by the author since  I wanted to make my own way around them; my personal plan of action, perhaps.  Quite interestingly, the rule which … [Read more...]

Applications opened for YSEALI Winter 2016 Academic Fellows

The Public Affairs Section of the US Embassy in Manila opened applications for Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Winter 2016 Academic Fellows. Listed fellowships are the following: YSEALI Academic Fellowship on Civic Engagement YSEALI Academic Fellowship on Social … [Read more...]

Love, your Non-Voter, Know-it-All

It has been a dragging campaign season-- heartbreaking headlines for breakfast, unethical actions for lunch, and fear for our motherland for dinner. As a teenager who is politically-aware and aspires for systematic change just like all of you, I beg to ask this question:  Are these impediments the … [Read more...]

Talakayan 2016 – The Bulacan Gubernatorial and Vice Gubernatorial Forum

“KILALANIN ANG MGA KANDIDATO AT ALAMIN ANG KANILANG PLATAPORMA”- TALAKAYAN 2016 THE GUBERNATORIAL AND VICE- GUBERNATORIAL FORUM   Talakayan 2016 the Bulacan Gubernatorial and Vice- Gubernatorial Forum was a  success, held at the Valencia Hall - Bulacan State University last April 9. The … [Read more...]

Teach Peace Build Peace Movement Celebrated Good Deeds Day

The Teach Peace Build Peace Movement (TPBPM), in partnership with the Armed Forces of the Philippines, celebrated Good Deeds Day on April 10. Good Deeds Day is an annual celebration of an organization named Giving Way, which put into practice the idea of "every person can do a good deed and create … [Read more...]

Radio Kabataan Continued Motivating the Youth on its 2nd Airing

By Ana Victoria Cordero and Sharon Fabian Radio Kabataan continued to motivate the Filipino youth by sharing inspiring stories and opportunities. Lovers topped board examination The main inspiring story aired today is about the lovers in Cebu, who both topped the mechanical engineering licensure … [Read more...]

Voice of the Youth Network Launches New Program: Radio Kabataan

The largest youth media network, Voice of the Youth (VOTY), launched its new radio program entitled Radio Kabataan. Radio Kabataan started airing on April 2, 2016, through the radio station DZXL 558 AM-- RMN, and will continue to air every Saturday, 9 to 10 AM. The new program, headed by hosts Den … [Read more...]

The Student of Life: Michelle Clemente

We go up on well-decorated stages with medals on our necks and certificates in our hands, we walk around with the ability to rationalize, and we continuously stand alone in this world without any fears, without any doubts, and without any separation from rose-colored glasses. The aforementioned … [Read more...]

Voice of the Youth – Newsteam

Voice of the Youth Network started to create and cover news and events in the country. Created by the youth, and for the youth! VOTY News. PAPAL VISIT PH - COVERAGE (January 15-19, 2015) The historical and memorable event that moved the Filipino when Pope Francis visited the Philippines, … [Read more...]

The Christmas Bucket List

It's that time of the year again,the time where bells are ringing, carolers are singing, and some are just at their humble abodes figuring out what to do for the holidays. Our childhood has been based so much on the arrival of Santa Claus that as we got older, we have forgotten the real spirit of … [Read more...]