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1. OBJECTIVES

1.    To achieve harmonious relationship among student-members and school personnel.

2.    To enhance leadership potential of student-members.

3.    To train students in the area of helping their peers.

4.    To enable students to come up with realistic decisions and demonstrate self-awareness of others.

5.    To provide the students with leadership and facilitating skills needed for individual and group processing.

2. SCOPE

This program shall be open to all students. It shall cover recruitment, selection, training and management of peer facilitators.

3. REFERENCES

   None

4. POLICIES

1.    The Guidance and Counseling Center, represented by the Peer Moderator and Co-Moderator, shall identify qualified student-applicants as peer facilitator.

1.    Membership shall be open to all interested LCCian students.

2.    Psychology students are strongly encouraged to become part of the group.

2.    The Guidance and Counseling Center, represented by the Peer Moderator and Co-Moderator, shall prepare the necessary training modules for peer aspirants.

1.    To qualify as peer facilitators, applicants shall be screened based on the recruitment process stipulated in the Constitution and By-Laws of the organization.

3.    The Peer Facilitators shall undergo a series of training stipulated by the Mendiola Consortium, as well as internal training with the Guidance and Counseling Center.

4.    The Peer Moderator and Co-Moderator shall be in-charge of the management of peer facilitators which covers tracking of records, follow-up and overseeing them throughout the school year.

5.    The Peer Facilitators’ Program shall be presented in the form of an extra-curricular organization, as well as an umbrella organization of the Guidance and Counseling Center.

1.    The Peer Facilitators’ Program, as an extra-curricular organization, shall be recognized as the “Peer Volunteers’ Association,” under the Office of the Student Affairs

2.    The Peer Facilitators’ Program, as an umbrella organization of the Guidance and Counseling Center, shall be involved in all activities of the said center.

5. NARRATIVE PROCEDURES

1.    Identify qualified applicants as peer facilitator.

   

RESPONSIBILITY

 

ACTIVITY

 

 

 

Peer Members

 

  1. Gives applicants the application form and inform them of the nature of the organization

Peer Applicant

 

  1. Upon accomplishing the form, applicant undergoes a test battery and thorough interview with the peer officers and moderator.

Guidance Counselor

Peer Officers

 

  1. Evaluates applicants

 

 

  1. Posts selected peer members on the designated bulletin board.

5.2 Participation and evaluation of attended training (Mendiola Consortium).

RESPONSIBILITY

 

ACTIVITY

 

 

 

Guidance Counselor

 

  1. Schedules the training of Peer Facilitators with the Mendiola Consortium.

 

 

  1. Submits the communication letter to the VPAA office for approval together with the budget requisition.

VPAA

 

  1. Reviews and approves the activity

Guidance Counselor

 

  1. Disseminates the letter to the Deans of different colleges, Student Affairs Office and other departments involved in the program, upon the approval of the VPAA,

 

 

  1. Informs the participating peers.

 

 

  1. Informs the participants about the evaluation of the seminar/s attended

Mendiola Consortium

 

  1. Tallies all the evaluation responses and that would be a basis for future activities

3.    Internal seminars/workshops/training activities

RESPONSIBILITY

 

ACTIVITY

 

 

 

Guidance Counselor

 

  1. Schedules the training of Peer Facilitators based on the school calendar.

 

 

  1. Submits the communication letter to the VPAA office for approval together with the budget requisition.

VPAA

 

  1. Reviews and approves the activity

Guidance Counselor

 

  1. Disseminates the letter to the Deans of different colleges, Student Affairs Office and other departments involved in the program, upon the approval of the VPAA,

 

 

  1. Informs the participating peers.

 

 

  1. Informs the participants about the evaluation of the seminar/s attended

Peer officers

 

  1. Tallies all the evaluation responses
  2. Submit evaluation report to the Peer Moderator for documentation.

5.3 Request student participants to be excused from their classes.

RESPONSIBILITY

 

ACTIVITY

 

 

 

Guidance Counselor

 

  1. Furnishes the Student Affairs Office a copy of the approved letter of the VPAA.

 

 

  1. Asks for an excuse letter slip to be presented by the students to their respective professors.

6.    FLOWCHART PROCEDURES

7. LIST OF FORMS

7.1 Membership form

7.2 Feedback Form

7.3 Budget Requisition form

 

 

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PVA Members

Merry Crist Fabito

Chrissy Anne Redillas

Diah Mae Abida

Mara Ballad Calagui

Liezel Anor

Jamie Canauay

Malou Amar

Zea Dumasig

Ryan Mendoza

Rotsen Karl Nicolas

Stervin Agustin

Ehya Gatchalian

Maika Pascual

Edelaine Delacoste

Nenita Dagaas 

Anna Katrina Capinig

Erika Jona Llanto

Katleen Ann Noveda

Daria Sagarichi

Arcy Fontabuena

Mark Sotto

Karen Jane Breta

Riodora del Rosario

Franchesca Balete

Lorelei Berja

Toni Rose de Castro

Hanalyn Katigbak

Joanna Christina Acuņa

Jenelyme Ouano

PVA Members with Ms. Weng

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