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Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado helps studes apply for scholarship

Feb 20, 2020 @ 15:28

Majayjay Mayor Jojo Clado has called on students of his town to take the chance and apply for a Commission on Higher Education.

Clado, in a Facebook post, said he would even help the students apply for this educational assistance, where they could get up to P60,000 a year.

Those who want his help in collating and submitting requirements could just visit his office, he said.

Even those studying in state universities where there are no tuition could still apply for CHED assistance, he said.

There’s no exam needed and it’s up to CHED to choose the scholars.

So why not try?

Students stand to lose nothing and could get a little something to help them with school!

“CHED SCHOLARSHIP P60K/YEAR

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Deadline of Filing of requirements: May 31, 2020

Dahil mabait ang inyong Yorme Jojo Clado punta lang po kayo sa Office ko, look for Ate Maricel or Ate Katrina para matulungan namin kayo ng LIBRE na makapagpasa ng mga requirements ONLINE sa CHED.

Para malaman naman ang mga kakailanganing dokumentos, Pakiclick na lang po ang link sa ibaba para malaman ninyo kung ano ano ang mga ito at kung paano mag-apply. Pwedeng online ang application at submission ng requirements.

At kung sa Public Universities kayo nag-aaral na libre na ang tuition, malay nyo allowance na nagkakahalaga ng P30-40k ang ibigay sa inyo!

WALANG EXAM ITO. CHED na ang mamimili ng scholars depende sa galing ng bata, kakayahan ng pamilya etc.

Pasa na malay nyo isa kayo sa mapili! Punta lang agad sa Office ni Mayor Jojo Clado para matulungan namin kayo! Ulit hanggang May 31, 2020 ang pagpasa,” Clado posted.

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