MC taking the lead to build an entrepreneurship education landscape in collaboration with 6 regional academic partners and a multi-sector supportive ecosystem
CEED PH stems from the Capacity Building Program for Entrepreneurship Education (CBP4EE) in the Philippines, led by Miriam College, as the proponent of the 2-year Center of Excellence (COE) Project Grant by the Commission on Higher Education. (CHED)
This Miriam College CBP4EE program initiative is a timely response to the numerous calls from the many years of research foci, conferences, academic experiences of academic institutions in the Philippines and the policy recommendations among member countries of the UNESCO APEID EE Net ASEAN and Asia Pacific Country Meetings since 2014. This CHED MC COE project highlighted the profound value of an evolving “Entrepreneurship Education Discipline, the Educator, and the Enabling Multi-Sector Ecosystem” that encourage and help permeate an “innovative society with an entrepreneurship mindset, values and culture.
The project developed and pilot run a teaching and learning foundation and framework in the Philippines drawn from the regional context, hence, organically grown. This was pivoted to fit the various levels of readiness, professional competencies and leadership roles for publication and use in the regions. Likewise, the project proposed the enhancement and EE program focus to address the needs and opportunities for an agile and evolving entrepreneurial teaching and developmental programs, accordingly. Finally, the project collectively created the CEED PH to continue and sustain the program towards nation building.
CEED PH is a pioneer national network of 7 institutions led by Miriam College, Quezon City in partnership agreement with 6 others. They are in the following regions namely: the National Capital Region represented by the Quezon City University, Novaliches; the North Luzon by Benguet State University, La Trinidad, Benguet; South Luzon by the Bicol State College of Applied Sciences and Technology, Naga City, Bicol; Western Visayas by the Capiz State University, Roxas City; MIMAROPA by the Palawan State University, Puerto Princesa/Narra Campus; and the Mindanao-Davao by the Philippine Women’s College, Davao.
CEED PH is touted as the systematic collaboration and integration of multi- stakeholders of champions that seek to: a) enrich entrepreneurship education discipline and culture as a lifelong learning of mindset, skills, values, and discipline, ; b) empower key stakeholders like educators, development planners, administrators, among others. and: c) engage stakeholders with shared mission and vision to transform a relevant education landscape for the future generation
The recognition and handover of the CBP4EE to CEED PH is set on July 23, 2021, Friday via Zoom from 1 to 3 o’clock in the afternoon, hosted by Miriam College. The president of Bicol State College of Applied Sciences and Technology, Naga City, Dr. Alex H. Navarroza, will accept the CEED PH handover as the 1st National Academic Host and Secretariat for SY 2021-22.
The recognition ceremony will be graced by CHED Office of the Programs and Standard Development (OPSD) Director, Dr. Cherrie Melanie Ancheta Diego; the CHED Technical Committee for Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, and Office Administration Programs, Chair, Dr. Conrad Iñigo, and the Chief of Section of, UNESCO APEID the Educational Innovation and Skills Development. EE Net, Bangkok Thailand, Chief of Section, Dr. Libing Wang.
This recognition and handover ceremony will be accepted by the reginal academic partner presidents, regional focal persons, selected advisory council represented by distinguished and respectable individuals from the multi sector agencies; as well as supporting institutions and agencies.
Maria Luisa B. Gatchalian
Project Director, CHED COE MC CBP4EE Entrepreneurship Program, CBEA | email@example.com
July 18, 2021