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Scholarship Partners

SM Foundation

SM Foundation is the socio civic arm of the SM Group of Companies through which it helps the less fortunate in the communities it serves. These are areas within the vicinity of SM department stores and supermalls that need assistance.

The Foundation has four areas of advocacy: education through scholarship programs and donations to schoolhouses; mall-based outreach programs; health oriented projects like medical missions, a mobile clinic, and hospital activity centers and religious community projects.

SM Founder and Chairman Henry Sy, Sr. established SM Foundation to help the less privileged members of our society. The assistance initially consisted of donations to charitable institutions, but has since included scholarship programs and other community projects.

It undertakes projects, many of which are in partnership with government agencies, media, and civic organizations. The Foundation intends to serve more communities as SM builds more malls around the country

In response to the complexities of the contemporary world, the Knowledge, Creativity & Freedom Program seeks to encourage palpable changes that improve people’s lives, honor their aspirations, enrich the wider society and achieve lasting impact.

In Community Development we seek to improve the quality of life and opportunities for positive change in urban and rural communities. We support community-based institutions that mobilize and leverage philanthropic capital, investment capital, social capital and natural resources in a responsible and fair manner.


Jollibee SEEDS Program

Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) recognizes the importance of post-secondary education and relevant training in enabling Filipino youth to acquire qualifications and develop their skills and competencies to enhance their employability. Thus JFC designed Skills Enhancement and Education Development for Students (SEEDS) Program to be implemented in JFC stores nationwide.

SEEDS is a joint project of Jollibee Foods Corporation & the Department of Labor & Employment under the YE-YE Programaimed at:

 

·         What are the Program Components?

  • Interest-free tuition loan (max. amount of P12,000 for semestral schools; P10,000 for trimestral schools)
  • Training stipend net of tuition loan
  • In-store training ranging from 24-36 hours/week during regular semester and 48 training hours/week during school breaks
  • Values formation and leadership development programs
  • 18-26 years old
  • At least High School graduate & enrolled in participating partner schools
  • With a GWA of 80% or higher
  • Possess a strong desire to finish post-secondary education
  • Of good moral character
  • Demonstrate character traits that are suited to the service industry
  • Not a recipient of any scholarship grant
  • Priority given to those from marginalized families

·         Who Can Participate in the Program?

  • 18-26 years old
  • At least High School graduate & enrolled in participating partner schools
  • With a GWA of 80% or higher
  • Possess a strong desire to finish post-secondary education
  • Of good moral character
  • Demonstrate character traits that are suited to the service industry
  • Not a recipient of any scholarship grant
  • Priority given to those from marginalized families
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