SCAP Committee Recruitment
The Student Council Alliance of the Philippines [SCAP] explores the vastness of leadership and service potential of students to harness and develop them for optimum empowerment.
SCAP is actively involved in local, sectoral and national campaigns, with a focused leadership capable of responding to new challenges and opportunities. It is also working for progressive reforms in the educational system through executive and legislative advocacy by forging a dynamic partnership with various organizations and institutions that advance the advocacy for an accessible, relevant and quality education.

Now, truly making change where it matters most, the Student Council Alliance of the Philippines reaffirms its aspiration to serve as a forum for substantive exchange of ideas, perspective and concepts on key reform areas in the education sector.

As a crucial stakeholder, SCAP asserts its role in determining the direction of our educational system as well as redefining the policy structure of the the sector.

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First Name
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Middle Name
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Birthdate
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Address
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University/College/Institution
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Phone Number
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Email Address
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Facebook Profile Link
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Twitter Profile Link
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Are you an Individual Member?
Are you a member through a SCAP-affiliated organization?
If yes, what organization?
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What committee under the Office of the National Chairperson are you applying?
What is your second preferred committee?
Why did you chose to be in those committees?
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What are your skills? Write 3-5 skills and cite short experiences.
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In your opinion, what is the biggest problem of the Filipino youth or millennials today? (Maximum of 300 words)
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What is your dream for the Philippines? (Maximum of 300 words)
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What can you say about the administration of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte? If given the chance to suggest a policy or advocacy that Duterte administration should realize, what would it be? (Maximum of 500 words)
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