SEEDS

Skills Enhancement and Education Development for Students (SEEDS)

 

 

Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) recognizes the importance of post-secondary education and relevant training in enabling Filipino youth to acquire qualifications and develop their skills and competencies to enhance their employability. Thus JFC designed Skills Enhancement and Education Development for Students (SEEDS) Program to be implemented in JFC stores nationwide. SEEDS is a joint project of Jollibee Foods Corporation and the Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE) under the YE-YE Program.

The SEEDS Program aims:

  1. To help qualified students pursue post-secondary education through the provision of financial assistance.
  2. To enable students to acquire job competencies – skills, attitudes and work values through in-store training, thus enhancing employability upon completion of post-secondary education.

What are the Program Components?

          • Increase enrollment rate of youth among marginalized sectors
          • Higher success rate for placement of student

      Interest-free tuition loan (max. amount of P12,000 for semestral schools; P10,000 for trimestral schools and P5,000 per summer term.)

    • Training stipend net of tuition loan
    • SEEDS Trainees can do in-store training for a minimum of 48 hours per cut-off and maximum of 72 hours per cut-off
    • Values formation and leadership development programs
  1. Who Can Participate in the Program?

    • 18-25 years old at the time of application; in-school or out-of-school
    • High School Graduate or its equivalent who intends to enroll in a JFC SEEDS partner school in a post-secondary course, whether academic or technical-vocational or an enrolled student in a post-secondary course, whether academic or technical-vocational.
    • With High School General Weighted Average of 80 and above or its equivalent, if previously enrolled in college
    • Of good moral character
    • Demonstrate character traits that are suited to the service industry
    • Must meet the cut-off rate for the Partner school’s entrance exam
    • Not a recipient of any scholarship grant
    • Priority given to those from marginalized families

  2. Who are the Program Partners?

  3. Sponsors the in-store training:
    1. Jollibee Foods Corporation
    2. Jollibee and other subsidiaries under the JFC group of companies(Greenwich, Chowking, Mang Inasal, Red Ribbon)
    3. Department of Labor & Employment
      1. Benefits:
        • Increase enrollment rate of youth among marginalized sectors
        • Higher success rate for placement of student
      2. Expectation:
        • Guidance & support in program implementation
    4. Bureau of Women & Young Workers under the Youth Education-Youth Employability Program (YE-YE Program)
    5. Accredited Partner Schools
      1. Benefits:
        • Improve enrollment rate & reduce the drop-out rate among students due to financial difficulties
        • Higher success rate for placement of student after graduation
      2. Expectation:
        • Identification & screening of student trainees
        • Monitoring of student trainees
    6. Higher education institutions offering baccalaureate&/or technical vocational programs

Interested students may download the application forms below and submit the accomplished forms to any of Jollibee’s accredited partner schools.

For further inquiries, you may contactany SEEDS partner schools or email us at [email protected].

 


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