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CENTER FOR STUDENTS AND CO-CURRICULAR AFFAIRS

The Center for Students and Co-Curricular Affairs is a response to popular calls for active youth participation in nation-building, as in the case of other government department which organized their own youth centers or offices, and an innovation in the DepEd system in order to improve its delivery of services particularly in terms of youth and students affairs.

As a whole, the Center takes charge of youth and student-related activities that are not covered by existing Bureaus or Centers in the Department. It coordinates with appropriate DepEd officers for all programs and projects that it implements. It is also the focal point of the Department on the various youth empowerment and development efforts of the national government. As such, it actively and establishes linkages with different government agencies, youth groups and youth-serving organization nationwide.

Committed to advance holistic and quality education for all, it focuses on addressing problems, issues, gaps, and concerns of youth and students outside the formal classroom atmosphere, which are considered extra or co-curricular in nature.

The Center is under the Office of the Secretary proper and supervised by the Undersecretary and Assistant Secretary for Programs and Projects.

VISION

Empowered Filipino children and youth who are culturally rooted, morally virile, responsible, hardworking, refined, enterprising, persevering, and public-spirited, equipped with world-class skills and imbued with such values as “maka-Diyos, mala-Tao, maka-Bayan, at maka-Kalikasan”.

MISSION

Enhance education by providing holistic and quality co-curricular program, projects and activities that will prepare the Filipino children and youth towards global competition.

FUNCTION
  • Policy formulation and Review
    The CSCA, in consultation with the Bureaus and Centers, formulates and reviews policies that affect the conduct of pupil student co-curricular activities in and out of school boundaries, for the approval of the Secretary.

  • Programs and Projects Development and Implementation
    The CSCA develops and implement its programs and projects in coordination with other offices in the Department, other government agencies, youth groups and youth-serving organization.

  • Agency Cooperation and Involvement
    Within the DepEd system, the CSCA establishes linkages with existing Bureaus and Center, such as the Bureau of Elementary Education, Bureau of Secondary Education, Bureau of Non-Formal Education, School Health and Nutrition Center and the regional and other field offices, for programs and projects that need their expertise and input.

  • Institutional Partnership Promotion
    The programs and projects of the CSCA are implemented in partnership with its institutional partners such as the Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP), Girl Scout of the Philippines (GSP), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Philippine Society of Youth Science Club (PSYSC), The Smile Club, Youthnet, Youth on Fire, SALIKANA-BAYAN, Kabataang Sama-samang Maglilingkod, other government agencies and other youth groups and youth-serving organization.


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS COORDINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION

Pursuant to the amendment made with the issuance of DECS Order No. 62, s. 2000, the CSCA is in-charge of all international students exchange and representation.
  • Work Appreciation Program Coordination of Youth and Student Organization
    The CSCA handles all work-appreciation programs, such as the Special Program for the Employment for the Students (SPES), Government Internship Program (GIP) and On-the-Job Training Program for the Department.

  • Recognition and Accreditation of Youth and Students Organizations
    The CSCA accredits and recognizes youth and student group or organizations, including youth and student-serving organizations, before they are able to conduct co-curricular projects and activities within the DepEd system. This procedure enables the DepEd to check and review the relevance of the projects and activities to the enhancement of learning.

  • Proposal and Suggestion for Priority Action of the Secretary
    After consultation, the CSCA gives proposals and suggestions for priority action of the Secretary on matters relative to youth, students and co-curricular affairs.

  • Other Incidental and Necessary Functions and Assignment by the Secretary
    The CSCA performs such other duties incidental to or necessarily connected to its function or as may be assigned by the Secretary.

PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

Academics is not the be-all and end-all of education. At DepEd, we recognize that pure classroom instruction cannot fully satisfy the growing need to provide pupils and students with opportunities for practical learning and proper channeling of potential and interest.

Because we believe in the importance of exposing and preparing young people to face the realities of life, we implement various programs and projects – all of which, hopefully, will help pupils and students become more well-rounded individuals and citizen of our country

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND COOPERTIVISM IN SCHOOLS PROGRAM (YECS)

The YECS is an official co-curricular program that serves to support, enhance and enrich the work education and skills training program in the curriculum, particularly the TEPP. It aims to establish a shift from the employment creation culture by nurturing the entrepreneurial and cooperative environment, skills and competencies of the students. It is being implemented in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Cooperatives Development Authority (CDA) and entered as one of DepEd’s commitment in the employment summit.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (SGMP)

This program seeks to organize and institutionalize the Student Governments in the public secondary schools nationwide with a view to the needs of the studentry, school and the community.

STUDENT TECHNOLOGISTS AND ENTREPRENEURS OF THE PHILIPPINES PROGRAM (STEP)

The STEP is a co-curricular organization to enhance life-long skills and support the learning competencies of the work-education and skills training program of the TEPP component of the MAKABAYAN subject.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ON STUDENT EXCHANGE AND REPRESENTATION, AND REFFERALS

The DepEd, through the CSCA as coordinator/implementer pursuant to DECS Order No. 62, s. 2000, screens and selects qualified students to the different countries with which the Philippines has existing agreement for student exchanges and representations, coordinates with such countries and receives counterpart foreign student-delegates for cultural and education tours, and interactions. The CSCA also collates and coordinate with the various Bureaus and Centers in the Department pertinent to referrals from the Department of Foreign Affairs.

PROMOTION AND STRENGTHENING OF SCIENCE CLUBS

The role of Science Clubs in the schools in sustaining and nurturing interest in science, technology and environment is the basis upon which projects in this regard are given proper focus and attention.

WORK APPRECIATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM

The CSCA implements, coordinates and monitors all student employment-related training programs, which do not fall under the regular, contractual and casual employment in the civil service.

KABATAAN 2004 PROGRAM

Mandated under Executive Order No. 139, it is a year-round work program of the government, which encourages high school, college and vocational students as well as out-of-school youth to engage in constructive and productive activities through the assistance and cooperation of government and private offices. Kabataan 2000 Executive Committee is chaired by the Department of Labor and Employment. Under the program, the DepEd enrolled the “Youth Action for Sustainable Development (YASD)” Which underscore the importance of entrepreneurship and cooperativism, science clubbing, student leadership training and culture and arts in the community.

JUNIOR GRAFWATCH UNIT

A co-curricular organization of youth and students established by the Office of the Ombudsman, in partnership with the Department of Education, as part of its multi-sectoral strategy to enjoin and empower the youth and student sector through graft and corruption education and prevention.

SUPPORT FOR SCOUTING MOVEMENT

The CSCA works with the Boy Scout of the Philippines and the Girl Scout of the Philippines, as co-curricular organizations, in the implementation of various scouting activities.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

These projects are usually assigned by the Office of the Undersecretary or Assistant Secretary for Programs and Projects.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Apart from the submission of report requirements and monitoring instruments the CSCA conducts regional visits to validate results.


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