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Filipino Institute offers scholarship to Filipinos who have been terminated


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UAE-based Filipino Institute, at the height of pandemic, is offering scholarship programs for Filipinos overseas who have been either terminated or on a no-work-no-pay scheme. 

According to its founder and president, Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, the ‘Babangon Tayo Scholarship’ program aims at helping displaced Filipinos and wanting to avail of the free online short-term courses while looking for a new job. 

“Filipino Institute is always doing its best to help those in need. We’re always trying to think of an initiative that will help our kabayans. We may not provide cash assistance, but at least with free education, we help them to enhance their career prospects in the future,” he said. 

To avail of the free scholarship, one must register in this link:

The portal will ask scholars their name, email, address, WhatsApp number, and months of being jobless. 

The Filipino Institute is offering a wide range of short-term courses, including Caregiver, Digital Marketing, MS Excel and Word, among others.

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