Strategic Partnerships e-News – 22 August 2018

Strategic Partnerships e-News – 22 August 2018

eOSP | This digital newsletter is a digest of calls for participation, research collaborations, fellowships, scholarships, events and other opportunities as well as news of breakthroughs and scientific discoveries for the Silliman University community . It is curated by the Office of Strategic Partnerships.

[Contest] UNFPA Asia-Pacific Region Youth Video Contest
UNFPA is hosting an Asia-Pacific Regional Youth Video Competition. Two winners will be selected to attend the Share-a-thon on CSE in Bangkok, Thailand in November 2018 (including round trip airfares, accommodation, and daily subsistence allowance). Also, get the opportunity to work with the UNFPA Asia and the Pacific Regional Office with videos, articles and social media covering highlights of the meeting.

You can find more information through the online application form:

For more info contact: [email protected]


[Job] British Embassy -Political and Human Rights Officer
The Political and Human Rights Officer will serve as a key member of the British Embassy’s Policy, Projects and Communications team. The jobholder will be responsible for monitoring, assessing and reporting on human rights and rule of law issues throughout the Philippines. The jobholder will also support the Embassy’s Political Attaché and Second Secretary Political in providing analysis of internal politics and delivery of the UK’s wider security objectives.

ToR here:

[Internship] Mano Amiga is looking for creative thinkers, passionate problem solvers and proactive team members who will serve as the Communications & Advocacy intern for our upcoming Digital Youth Summit.
The Digital Youth Summit (DYS) is one of the main events of Mano Amiga in partnership with Facebook APAC. This program aims to train organizations and individuals around the Philippines on efficient and effective ways they can utilize social media to promote social good.

Job Description:

  • Develop the Social Media Content Plan for the next 2 months and a Digital Marketing Guide Sheet
  • Contribute relevant content to the Digital Portal
  • Assist in creating effective promotional materials and content for the DYS (i.e. Posters, Infographics, ppt)
  • Assist in the general distribution of press releases and media alerts
  • Provide support to our marketing team
  • Manage the social media platforms of Mano Amiga PH (Instagram, Website, Facebook)
  • Provide support for the team in strengthening partnerships with current stakeholders by ensuring
    coherence in branding materials.

If you are interested, please send your CV to [email protected].

[Fellowship] Atlas Corps Fellowship (USA)
Atlas Corps is an overseas fellowship for the world’s best social change leaders. Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled social sector professionals. The Atlas Corps Fellowship typically lasts 12-18 months. For those serving in the United States, we will be bringing in new classes every 2 to 4 months. Fellows serve full-time at Host Organizations, develop leadership skills, and learn best practices through the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab professional development series and networking opportunities with other Fellows who are talented professionals from around the world. This prestigious fellowship includes health insurance, enrollment in the Atlas Corps Global Leadership Lab, flight and visa costs, and a living stipend to cover basic expenses (groceries, local transportation, and shared housing).

Eligibility for the Atlas Corps Fellowship

  • Two or more years of professional experience
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • English proficiency (oral, writing, reading)
  • Age 35 or younger
  • Apply to serve in a country other than where you are from (U.S. citizens are not eligible for the U.S. Fellowship – check out our Fellowship in Colombia!)
  • Commitment to return to your home country after the 12-18 month Fellowship
  • Commitment to living on a basic stipend that only covers groceries, shared housing, and local transportation to and from the Host Organization

For more explanation of these requirements, see:

[ International Camp] International Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Camp
8-11 January 2019, South Korea
KAIST is inviting Undergraduate Students from all ASIAN Counties to apply for the International KAIST Camp. KAIST Stands for Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

1. 3rd or 4th-year college student.
2. At a university in Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and other Asian countries.
3. Majoring in Computer Science or in other related areas.
4. No Passport Required at the time of Application.
5. No IELTS Required.

Program Cost:
The International KAIST Camp is a Fully Funded Program & will support in the Following:
KAIST SoC will support

1. Round-trip airfare Tickets.
2. Accommodations and meals.
3. Local excursions.

For any Technical Information and registration, visit and contact this following address
2. Camp office Email: [email protected]
Deadline to Apply for 2019 International KAIST Camp is 30th September 2018.