CHED Officer-in-Charge Popoy De Vera hands over the certificate of educational coverage to Camille Anne Arnaiz at the CHED Central Office on February 9, 2018.
Camille Anne Arnaiz, sister of 19-year-old Caloocan City shootout victim Carl Angelo Arnaiz, will receive full scholarship from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), as promised by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
CHED Officer-In-Charge Popoy De Vera awarded the certificate of educational coverage to Arnaiz at the CHED Central Office in Quezon City on February 9, 2018. She intends to pursue a Business Administration degree in a premier university in Metro Manila.
President Duterte assured the Arnaiz family employment and educational assistance following the death of Carl Angelo.
“Si Camille ay isasama natin sa CHED Student Financial Assistance Programs simula 2018 hanggang matapos niya ang kanyang pag-aaral. Ito po ang tugon ng komisyon sa instruction ng Pangulo,” De Vera emphasized.
Camille Anne, accompanied by her guardian, promised to complete her studies as a sign of gratitude to President Duterte and CHED for providing her the opportunity to obtain university education.
Commissioner De Vera urged all incoming college freshmen to avail of the Commission’s scholarships under the State Scholarship Program (Full Scholarship and Partial Scholarship) and Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) for the coming academic year (AY) 2018-2019.
Also present during the awarding are key officials of CHED including Commissioner Ronald Adamat and Commissioner Lilian De Las Llagas.
J. PROSPERO E. DE VERA III, DPA
Officer-in-Charge and Spokesperson
Commission on Higher Education
To know more about the State Scholarship Program, visit https://ched.gov.ph/stufaps/
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