Profile of CEU - Community Outreach Department
The CEU-Community Outreach Department was established based on the imperative of the University to actively participate in COMMUNITY EDUCATION and SERVICE in order to:
A highly organized Community Outreach Department (COD) rendering EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT and HUMANE SERVICE to CEU schools/colleges and organizations.
The Community Outreach Department (COD) has been established based on the imperative of the school to actively participate in community education and service.
Existing COP Organizations
Community Outreach Movement Pro-Active Student Service (COMPASS)
This university-wide organization was established on June 26, 1998. It aims to promote and strengthen student involvement through voluntary participation in the University Community Outreach Program. It also seeks to coordinate with various community outreach organizations of the different schools, GOs and NGOs in pursuit of exchanging experiences, ideas & furtherance of knowledge in terms of community understanding & genuine community involvement..
Teachers' Empowering Approach as Community Helpmates (TEACH)
This organization seeks to promote and strengthen faculty involvement through worthwhile activities that would promote participation in the University's Community Outreach Program. It aims to train faculty leaders who would volunteer to assist in the implementation of the Community Outreach Program.
Support Personnel Outreach Team (SUPPORT)
It aims to encourage the voluntary involvement of non-teaching personnel in community building efforts within and outside the university.
Collaboration of Helpful Alumni who are Involved Now (CHAIN)
It aims to encourage the voluntary involvement of CEU Alumni in community outreach programs within and outside the university.
COP PROGRAM COMPONENTS
GETTING-TO-KNOW MANILA BOYS TOWN (CEU'S ADOPTED COMMUNITY from 2009 to 2014)
The Manila Boy's Town Complex is located at Parang, Marikina City. This is a 23-hectare agricultural land which has been established for the underprivileged, abandoned, forgotten, and voluntarily surrendered children, adolescents, and senior citizens of Manila.
It houses four agencies/institutions:
Existing Agency Resources
The agency is run by 38 employees under the leadership of Mayor Alfredo Lim. He appointed Mrs. Florentina Porras, a registered social worker from the Manila Department of Social Welfare, to take care of the daily operations of the agency.
Within the complex lies the Valeriano Furguso Memorial Elementary School, an elementary school which serves the educational needs of the beneficiaries inside the complex and those who reside in the neighboring barangays. More than 200 elementary pupils are studying in this school. High school education is also enjoined by the MBTC beneficiaries through the Valeriano Fuguso Memorial High School.
Other resources that can be found in the agency include the chapel, a medium-sized swimming pool, a basketball court, a fishpond, and a small vegetable garden that was initially developed with the help of DENR.
Programs and services on education, livelihood, socio-cultural, sports/physical fitness, recreation, medical and dental, dietary, rehabilitation and burial services for the elderly are offered by the complex with limited financial and material support from the City Government of Manila.
UPCOMING COP ACTIVITIES
Manila Boys Town Complex
COD POSITION CHART
Lolita D. Pablo, MSSW, Ph.D.
Head, Community Outreach Department
Imelda A. Macaraig, MSSW
Mrs. Marcelina Abella
COP Adviser, School of AMT
Dr. Erlinda Santos
COP Adviser, School of ELAMS
Mr. Ramon Andal, Jr.
COP Adviser, School of Pharmacy
Mrs. Jennifer Santos
COP Adviser, School of Science
Dr. Editha Evangelista
COP Adviser, School of NHM
Dr. Felipe Wilfredo Espineli
COP Adviser, College of Dentistry
Mrs. Nenita Lim
COP Adviser, College of Medical Technology
Mr. Paul Allen Gabriel Tablico
COP Adviser, College of Nursing
Dr. Cecilia L. Yu
COP Adviser, College of Optometry
Mrs. Gemma Gornez
Dr. Flora Camay