Student Council Alliance of the Philippines

Union of Catholic Student Councils

  • UP Diliman CSSCP SC
  • UP Diliman ALYANSA
  • UP Manila Univesity SC
  • UP Manila Bigkis
  • UP Manila Medicine SC
  • Ateneo Sanggunian ng Mag-aaral
  • De La Salle Taft SC
  • Philippine Normal University Executive Body
  • Philippine Normal University Legislative Body
  • Student Executive Board
  • Anima
  • Politeia
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines—Alliance of Students for Alternative Politics
  • Philippine Normal University—Alliance of Students for Alternative Politics
  • San Beda College Manila-SC
  • San Beda College Alabang- JPIA
  • Adamson University- LINGAP
  • Technological Institute of the Philippines–Akbayan Youth
  • Philippine School for Business Administration–SC Officers, KPM
  • University of the Philippines Cebu-Movement for the Advancement of Student Power
  • Holy Cross of Davao College-SC
  • San Pedro College Davao-SC
  • Ateneo De Davao University-SC
  • Ateneo De Zamboanga University-FTV volunteers
  • Notheastern College-Supreme Student Council
  • Miriam University-FTV volunteers
  • College of St. Benilde-FTV Volunteers
  • Junior Chamber International – ADDU
  • University of South Eastern Philippines — SC
  • St. Paul University Iloilo – University Student Council
  • St. Paul University Iloilo – Nursing Student Council
  • West Visayas State University – Political Science Students Organization
  • West Visayas State University – College of Mass Communication Student Council
  • West Visayas State University – DevCom Society
  • University of San Agustin – University Student Council
  • University of San Agustin – Samahan ng Bagong Kabataan
  • University of Iloilo – University Student Council
  • Western Visayas College of Science and Technology – Student Council
  • Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus – Student Council
  • John B Lacson Foundation Maritime University – University Student Council
  • Central Philippine University – University Student Republic
  • Western Institute of Technology – Student Council

Akbayan Youth

National Anti-Poverty Commission-Youth and Students

Movement for the Advancement of Student Power

Center for Youth Advocacy and Networking

Confederation of Student Governments in the Philippines

FTV-Santiago City

JCI-Santiago City Diamond

SK Federation Iligan  City

SK Federation Cebu City

SK Barangay Quirino 2-C, District III, Quezon City

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11 responses

18 03 2009
Czarina Masagca

I am Czarina Masagca, a second year student from the Ateneo de Manila University. I’m writing an article for my News writing class regarding first time voters of the coming election. Your organization/project would be an interesting and reliable source for the development of my story.

I already emailed yesterday, I just have few more questions.

1) Who are the organizers, heads and members/participants of the First Time Voters Network?
-How many members do you have all in all?

2) As I’ve understood correctly, there are other divisions of FTV aside from the one here in Manila. Is that right? If so, where are the other networks?
-Do you have an office or base here in Manila?

3) How do you plan to launch and strengthen your advocacy?
-Can you elaborate on these projects/programs:
1. Networking of Youth and Students Organizations
-What organizations have you worked with?
2. Registration Awareness Drive
-What is your approach on youth/teens from slums/squatters’ area? How do you promote your advocacy to them?
– How about the out of school youth?
3. Political Education for First Time Voters
-Does this mean seminars and lectures for the voters?
– Who are the some of the speakers?
– Where and when have you held these seminars?
4. Formulation and Monitoring of Youth Agenda
5. Alternative Youth Events
-Are these concerts or advertisements?

4) What cities and schools have you visited for the Satellite registration activity?
-Do you have plans of holding this activity in Ateneo?

5) What exactly happens in a Satellite registration activity?

Thank you very much!

4 11 2009

This is trisha from Kilos Organization i would like to ask for the Student Council Alliance of the Philippines and Union of Catholic Student Councils contact numbers and contact person please also include the office mailing address.

Kilos! Botante 2010 is an initiative aimed at motivating voters to exercise their right to suffrage in the upcoming elections. This is part of the overall drive for a Clean, Honest Accurate, Meaningful and Peaceful (CHAMP) elections by the Philippine Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) and NAMFREL, in cooperation with the Christian Educational Assocation of the Philippines (CEAP) and Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA)

you may visit our website its, or our facebook multiply and friendster page

you may reply at or – 8138841;
*we will send you our communications kit- activities and campaign
hope you will reply asap thanks

5 05 2009

ahm. pede po magtanong? san po ang FTV sa zamboanga city? sino po ang humahawak?

6 05 2009
Paula Bianca Lapuz

hi Allen! will let ftv zambo get in touch with you! thanks! but please if you could fill out the sign up sheet for ftv in our “join us” page, kindly do so. 🙂 thanks again!

ftv convenor

7 05 2009

thanks po.

18 05 2009

Hi! I am Desiree Tan, a features writer for the official school news publication of the Ateneo de Manila University, The Guidon. For a feature article I am writing about first-time voters for the 2010 elections, I would like to ask you a few questions. Your answer in one of the questions below will have a high possibility of being quoted in the June issue of The Guidon.

1. What is one of the most effective ways that can be done to encourage more youth to register and vote for next year’s elections?
2. What are the main reasons why many people do not register to vote?
3. How can the youth become better involved with the 2010 elections?
4. How strong is the youth’s power and impact over the 2010 elections?
5. What is YouthVotePhilippines and other social organizations currently doing to make more youth register to vote?

Thank you very much! I look forward to your reply.

Desiree Grace T. Tan
II BS Communications Technology Management
Ateneo de Manila University

21 06 2009

can we invite your project/organizatio, the first time voters to come to our school and conduct talks regarding some voting issues specially issues concerning the first time voters?.. thank you…

21 06 2009
Paula Bianca Lapuz

Sure Luisa!

Send us an email @!


23 09 2009
Mr President 2010

Hi everyone,

With all the dooms and glooms that we hear in the media, I say there’s so much hope we can all look forward to for our nation’s bright future. Pls check our website for details.

I look forwar to hear form you all.

Mr President 2010

25 03 2010

hi! we would like to invite anyone from your organization who can conduct a seminar on first time voters.. we will have 50 participants (youth) to attend the seminar.. please email me your requirements. thanks so much.. good job to everyone!

13 09 2011
judith ripka jewelry

There are some fascinating closing dates on this article but I don’t know if I see all of them center to heart. There’s some validity but I will take hold opinion until I look into it further. Good article , thanks and we wish more! Added to FeedBurner as properly

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