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FIRST PRIZE
Three (3) Grand prize winners and their school academic
coordinator or principal will receive an all-expenses paid trip
to Japan plus a P10,000 cash prize for each student.


SECOND PRIZE
Three (3) Second place winners will be awarded P20,000 each.


THIRD PRIZE
Ten (10) Third place winners will receive P10,000 each.

THEME

Achieving a Happy Life Through Effective Financial Planning and Insurance

 

TOPICS

Participants must choose only one topic below and discuss in detail in their essays.

  1. How does life insurance strengthen the foundation of my family?
  2. How does life insurance help an individual attain his/her life and financial goals?
  3. How does life insurance contribute to an individual’s economic well-being?
 

FIRST PRIZE
Three (3) Grand prize winners and their school academic coordinator or principal will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Japan plus a P10,000 cash prize for each student.

Sadora, Rhea Mae B. - Tingub National High School
Jacot, John Ryan Montilla - Colegio de la Immaculada Concepcion - Mandaue
Garjas, Christine Mae - Tingub National High School


SECOND PRIZE
Three (3) Second place winners will be awarded P20,000 each.

Bispo, Roxanne Kyla D. - Abellana National High School
Palabrica, CG Aquingel C. - Colegio de la Immaculada Concepcion - Mandaue
Bangquiao, Jeanjer Ivy G - Colegio de la Immaculada Concepcion - Mandaue


THIRD PRIZE
Ten (10) Third place winners will receive P10,000 each.

Alaba, Mica Cloudia C. - University of San Jose - Recoletos
Golisao, Jenelyn R. - Tingub National High School
Nasayao, Angel A. - University of San Jose - Recoletos
Omandam, Angelie - Tingub National High School
Tolosa, Russell James B. - Tisa National High School
Ambayec, Mounicha C - University of San Jose - Recoletos
Cabatas, Roy Jrikko Mandal - Colegio de la Immaculada Concepcion - Mandaue
Sadora, Riza Mae - Tingub National High School
Lomosad, Maritess M. - Canduman National High School
Tampepe, Gia Crystal D. - Don Sergio Osmeña National High School

APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY
The contest is open to Filipino citizens enrolled as senior high school students in SY2018-2019 in schools selected for the pilot program in Cebu City, Mandaue City and Talisay City.

CRITERIA

50% - Content

20% - Organization of thoughts and flow of discussion

20% - Style (originality, creativity, sentence structure, word choice, audience recognition)

10% - Conventions (grammar, spelling, punctuation)

TOTAL: 100%

GUIDELINES

  1. Students who are interested to submit an essay must attend the lecture organized in their school. In addition, students can view the materials and videos provided in this page

  2. All essays must be written in English, typewritten (encoded) in black ink using Arial, font size 11, double-spaced and must not go beyond 3 pages of short bond paper.

  3. Each essay must be submitted with an Entry Form that can be found on this page. Any entry without the Entry Form, which includes a certification by their teacher/principal that the entry is an original, unpublished work, will be disqualified.

  4. Only one entry per student per year, and each entry must be the work of only one student. Student must properly acknowledge and cite all sources.

  5. School officials and teachers cannot act as the official advisers to students directly related to them.

  6. Essay entries must be original and unpublished. The copyright for all winning entries will be assigned to the contest organizers. Participants agree to allow the contest organizers, FALIA, PLIA and KCI to use their names, photographs and essays for promotional and publicity purposes.

  7. Any essays found to be plagiarized will be automatically disqualified and the student will be prohibited from entering any future competitions.

  8. By entering, participants agree to be bound by these rules and the decisions of the contest organizers.
 

VIDEOS

For more information, contact Ms. Cecilia Ubarra, through email ph.knowledgecommunity@gmail.com or call (+63) 918-943-2373