Another mile for Beneco BDEAP-A A +A
Sunday, February 17, 2013
EDUCATION is a real opportunity for every individual to learn, to develop skills, and to discover the world that is full of challenges. Literacy is always a need for every society, community, and family that spearhead towards development and progress.
Education, therefore, is a powerful tool for meeting life’s adversities, tasks and being perceptive to adjust to different situations. But reality proves that everybody is not provided or given the opportunity to education.
A problem that exist until today, but let us not lose hope because there are many people, organizations and agencies who are helping individuals who want to finish their education. One of these is the Beneco District II Educational Assistance Program.
The support of Beneco District II Director Atty. Benny Bomogao under BDEAP met to produce young graduates in high school, college and graduate studies. This program had been helping students both in high school and college to augment their tuition fees in school.
BDEAP was primarily made to select from among the high school and graduating students of secondary schools located within Beneco District II. For several years BDEAP did not only cater to the financial needs given to its beneficiaries but provided activities that promoted environmental concerns such as treeplanting, electrification awareness and leadership trainings enhancing, developing their skills talents and potentials.
Beneco District II Educational Assistance Program, started way back in 2007 with the full support of Beneco District II Director Atty. Benny Bomogao and the Benguet Electric Cooperative staff and management, in partnership with the supervision of the Baguio City National High School Potential Teachers Innovative League, a non-profit organization which aims to promulgate education for all.
Today, 63 lucky individuals that include 48 high school students and 13 college grantees will be this year’s BDEAP recipients. The high school and college grantees were chosen from Baguio City National High School-Main, BCNHS-San Vicente Annex, BCNHS Santo Tomas Annex, BCNHS-Fort del Pilar Annex, Roxas National High School, Mil-an National High School and Pines City National High School.
The following are BDEAP 2013 grantees:
College grantees: Heide Mae M. Dacyon, Venus Marie C. Lonogan, Nick T. Loque, Luke P. Cuyajon, Apryl Ann W. Omanag, Karen B. Cortez, Melody C. Balabag, Fatima V. Dipatuan, Jamalia Calbe, Shirley Ann Badongen, Jeneica Mariel R. Banglayan, Fancy Grail Agetyeng, and Hadji Imran Norjanisah.
High School grantees: Breuckner M. Linggayo, Iva Claire D. Ferrer, Femia C. Isilen, Marie Kris H. Cuison, Valeria D. Aliwana, Bernard B. Pes-iw, Nehemiah B. Balabag, Shehana B. Pes-iw, Rowell S. Marayag, Jessica B. Alintog, Rachel L. Landisan, Quindao Rathelyn, Zandra May Realuyo, Nora L. Joshua, John Revin D. Pilar, Nexion A. Dangpilen, Rex K. Suaking, Clarissa A. Patalec, Myra A. Caligiw, Cheska D. Canda, Dollypin P. Palkongan, Marydel F. Quedado, Agustina P. Ampal, Marife C. Nabor, Villalon Angelica, Gamad Zan Rouck, Destor Christien, Daluyan William, Mamungay Mark, Papa Alessandra, Clarice Agpalo, Giselle Palos, Joshua Palos, Kyle Denver Diestro, Carla D. San Juan, Raycia Fe Satsat, Lee-Ann Pugong, Mayvelyn Javier, Justin Gamboa, Samuel Bagote, Rochelle Ben-ek, Lovely Jenn Reformado, Stephanie Calimquim, Nathalie M. Medrano, Kurt C. Shale and Christine B. Tagle
To BDEAP, what a great work. Kudos! Congratulations to all the recipients for 2013. (Marissa Mabalot-Bomogao)
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on February 18, 2013.