Chevron’s Volunteer Week 2018 celebrates more than a decade of giving back to host communities

The coastal cleanup remains the most-awaited activity every Volunteer Week as volunteers join together to clean the long coastline of the Chevron Batangas Terminal, a nesting ground for the Olive-Ridley sea turtles. Since CPI began regular security patrols and annual cleanup operations in 2007, turtle sightings along the shore have significantly increased over the years.

A breadmaking workshop and feeding program for elementary pupils, a crash course on robotics for senior high school students, storytelling and games with orphans,  and a cleanup of a turtle nesting site kept employees of Chevron Philippines Inc., (CPI) marketer of Caltex fuels and lubricants, busy during Chevron’s 11th Annual Volunteer Week, part of CPI’s mission to promote social responsibility, protect the environment and benefit the communities where it operates.

For five days every year, Volunteer Week encourages Chevron employees and other Chevron business partners to volunteer and work for the progress and improvement of communities where Chevron does business. Aside from employees, the growing number of volunteer participants now includes Caltex retailers, Chevron contractors, suppliers and other Chevron operating units.

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Christmas came early for SCG Sharing the Dream scholars

Aside from the cold breeze, SCG Sharing the Dream scholars felt the spirit of Christmas early as they were treated to an afternoon of surprise.

A total of 300 SCG scholars from Taguig, Manila, Batangas and Bulacan received early Christmas presents as SCG, in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), organized a four-day visit to select SM department stores where the students can buy new pairs of school shoes. Each student was given P1,000 to purchase the shoes that they want and was a part of school supply package every scholar receive together with financial support.

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Teaching it forward: Former SCG Sharing the Dream scholar finds passion as an educator helping younger generations

From imparting knowledge on different subject matters to sharing life lessons, looking after students’ needs while in school to doing double duty as friends and counselors, teachers serve as the second parents of the students. They are role models who mold young individuals to become better versions of themselves, inspiring them to dream and persevere to achieve those dreams.

But these teachers were once students too, and like the young minds they are guiding now, they also aspired for a brighter future for themselves and their families.

Such is the story of Jerome Madla, an SCG Sharing the Dream scholar who dreamed of becoming a teacher and in 2015, finally realized that dream. Jerome Madla joined today’s modern heroes when he passed the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) out of a total of 149, 905 examinees.[1]

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IDOOH to deploy in-vehicle digital content with the help of Voyager’s freenet platform

IDOOH Philippines Managing Director Jules Salonga and Voyager Innovations Managing Director and VP Dindo Marzan team up to mobilize digitization of in-vehicle OOH and provide an interactive ride experience to the hyper-connected Filipino.

IDOOH Philippines and Voyager Innovations Inc. today announced their strategic partnership to utilise each other’s market-leading technology services.

From October 2018, the three-month pilot will commence with an initial roll-out of 100 in-vehicle screens through IDOOH’s Transport Network Vehicle Service (TNVS) partners in the Philippines to provide passengers with access to in-vehicle shopping, entertainment, news, games, sports and lifestyle content.

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