Overall Rating Silver
Overall Score 61.37
Liaison Remian Santos
Submission Date July 7, 2021

STARS v2.2

DE LA SALLE LIPA
EN-1: Student Educators Program

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.82 / 4.00 Wilmer Adajar
Director - Student Services
Student Services
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Number of students enrolled for credit:
9,862

Total number of students served by a peer-to-peer sustainability outreach and education program:
382

Percentage of students served by a peer-to-peer sustainability outreach and education program:
3.87

Name of the student educators program (1st program):
De La Salle Lipa - Environmental Ambassadors Reviving Nature Through Hand-in-Hand Service (DLSL EARTH)

A brief description of the student educators program (1st program):

"DLSL EARTH”, an organization under De La Salle Lipa Council of Students Organization (CSO) - Socio-civic and religious organization established for the expressed purpose of serving the ecological students' community, developing leadership skills, and promoting awareness on social responsibilities to encourage the students to contribute in the environment. These young leaders/members of EARTH peers educators crafted yearly programs for the student community, together with other socio-civic organizations student organizations of the school. Financial budgets related to the conduct of the program are set annually through the Office of Student Services.


A brief description of the student educators program’s target audience (1st program):

The DLSL EARTH mentors with and collaborates with various student organizations on the campus where most of the student activities and extracurricular activities are coordinated.


Number of trained student educators (1st program):
14

Number of weeks the student educators program is active annually (1st program):
52

Average or expected number of hours worked weekly per trained student educator (1st program):
2

Total number of hours worked annually by trained student educators (1st program):
104

Website URL where information about the student educators program is available (1st program):
Name of the student educators program (2nd program):
Student Government of De La Salle Lipa (DLSL SG)

A brief description of the student educators program (2nd program):

The Student Government of De La Salle Lipa (DLSL SG) is a community of Servant-Peer Leaders responding to the challenge of leading the student body and student governance, actively participate in its own growth and formation aligned with De La Salle Lipa’s strategic directions: Driving Social Innovation in Education, Championing Social Inclusion and Justice Initiatives, Creating Sustainable Future, and Engaging Stakeholders in our shared mission and utilize all means to help form a student body that is committed to the core values of Faith, Zeal for Service and Communion in Mission.

Among others, the following are other programs and activities that the DLSL SG help to mentor the whole studentry of the school:
1. Trash to Treasure
2. Escalating Opportunities Amidst the Pandemic
3. Future of the Lasallian Youth Leaders of today and Tomorrow
4. State of the Environment and Youth Address
5. Youth Action in time of Crisis
6. Youth Manifesto for Societal Significant change Students Solidarity Network Petition to Commission on Higher Education


A brief description of the student educators program’s target audience (2nd program):

The whole college studentry is the target audience of the DLSL SG.


Number of trained student educators (2nd program):
10

Number of weeks the student educators program is active annually (2nd program):
4

Average or expected number of hours worked weekly per trained student educator (2nd program):
5

Total number of hours worked annually by trained student educators (2nd program):
20

Website URL where information about the student educators program is available (2nd program):
Name of the student educators program (3rd program):
Lasallian Leadership Training & Seminar/Leadership Empowerment and Development Program (LEAD Program)

A brief description of the student educators program (3rd program):

De La Salle Lipa Student Government (College) & Student Coordinating Board (Integrated School), through the Office of the Student Services, conducts an annual 3day to a week program called Lasallian Leadership Training & Seminar/Leadership Empowerment and Development Program (LTS/LEAD Program). The program focuses on the virtues of a Lasallian Leader who are the future catalyst of change and social innovators. This leadership training and seminar help develop and/or enhance the qualities of Lasallian Student Leaders and ensure they are well equipped with the training and knowledge they will apply to serve their peers and for the benefit of the various organizations, its members, and the greater welfare of the students. Through this program, these young leaders/peers educators are expected to enhance their skills in terms of planning, team building, communication, decision making, and many more. Financial budgets related to the conduct of the program are set annually through the Office of Student Services.


A brief description of the student educators program’s target audience (3rd program):

The Lasallian Leadership Training & Seminar/Leadership Empowerment and Development Program (LEAD Program) and Lasallian Leadership Training and Seminar target audience are student leaders of both the Integrated School (Grade to Senior High School) and Presidents/Peer Members of College' Student Professional Organizations, Socio-civic and religious Organizations, and Student's Special Interest Group. They serve mentors of various student organizations on the campus where most of the student activities and extracurricular activities are coordinated.


Number of trained student educators (3rd program):
382

Number of weeks the student educators program is active annually (3rd program):
1

Average or expected number of hours worked weekly per trained student educator (3rd program):
2

Total number of hours worked annually by trained student educators (3rd program):
104

Website URL where information about the student educators program is available (3rd program):
A brief description of all other student peer-to-peer sustainability outreach and education programs:

The Lasallian International Experience (LINE)

The Lasallian International Experience (LINE) is an annual event spearheaded by Saint Joseph Institution in Singapore, gathering student leaders from 22 La Salle schools across the Lasallian East Asian District (LEAD). As it is normally held in Singapore, this year’s LINE is redesigned into a four-week online formation program aiming to still connect Lasallian youth, even with the challenge of the pandemic. LINE 2020 focuses on its duty to the last, the lost, and the least as inspired by De La Salle. Every school is expected to respond to their community’s sector which requires the most urgent help to which the DLSL SCB has responded with four different project ideas all inclined to attain the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The Lasallian International Experience (LINE) target audience is the student leaders of 22 La Salle Schools across the Lasallian East Asia District. Ten (10) members of the Student Coordinating Boards(SCB) represent De La Salle Lipa.


Number of trained student educators (all other programs):
10

Number of weeks, on average, the student educators programs are active annually (all other programs):
2

Average or expected number of hours worked weekly per student educator (all other programs) :
5

Total number of hours worked annually by trained student educators (all other programs):
104

Grand total number of hours worked annually by trained student sustainability educators (all programs):
332

Hours worked annually by trained student sustainability educators per student served by a peer-to-peer program:
0.87

Website URL where information about the student sustainability educators programs is available:
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