About Us

This is the extension service arm of the University that implements programs and activities ranging from outreach to developmental forms. It engages the university’s faculty, non-teaching staff, students, and alumni in volunteer services through the extension of support to, for and with marginalized sectors/communities in terms of material, technical, educational, service learning, as well as values formation.

How to Volunteer?

Be an active community extensionist by supporting and/or engaging in OCES activities.You may get involved by:

  1. Becoming a donor;
  2. Serving as a facilitator of an activity or a session and/or a resource person on a given field;
  3. Extending assistance in:
    1. Community organizing and community education works, field work, relief operations, and rehabilitative works, and
    2. Provide technical assistance in areas such as engineering works, health and wellness, business and entrepreneurship, values formation, assistance to small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs), psychology, hospitality management, literacy, information technology, peace and order advocacies, values formation, catechetical services, and other disciplined–based programs.

You can channel your volunteer services and donations with some of these programs:

Angel Cares for HAU Scholars and Students

Omnibus Program for Scholarship Assistance and other Auxiliary Services to Students

Angel Cares
  1. Share a Meal (provision of stubs for set meals);
  2. Share a Wing/Adopt a Scholar (financial subsidy for tuition and other fees);
  3. H@UweConnect (addresses connectivity needs that includes share a gadget, share a Wi-Fi, and share a load);
  4. In Their Shoes (Bread of Angels – community pantry or soup kitchen, Sole Mates – school shoes donation, A Walk with an Angel – psycho-social and spiritual assistance);
  5. Project 1.1.1(1,000 alumni to donate 1,000 to raise 1,000,000 to aid scholarship needs and related auxiliary services to deserving financially challenged Angelites.);
  6. Catechetical Program with partner parishes and schools;
  7. HAU-SHAPE (HAU’s Support to Public School Education) through reading, numeracy, ICT, feeding, values formation, engineering works, and other related trainings;
  8. HAUREACH – donation for disaster affected areas and other marginalized sectors;
  9. Support in terms of Training, Formation, Advocacies, and Skill Building for indigenous peoples (IPs), persons deprived of liberty (PDLs), children with special needs/person with disabilities (PWDs), women, and youth, and
  10. Support to parishes and local government units (LGUs) in their programs and services.

Community Service Consultative Body

In carrying out extension activities, the University seeks to coordinate sectoral efforts and resources for the maximum benefit of both service providers and recipients toward the attainment of the University’s vision. Participatory management of ICESP and sector-based projects and activities is undertaken through the CSCB or the Community Service Consultative Body consisting of representatives from colleges, basic education, non-teaching and administrators, the chairperson of which is the Head of OCES. Alumni are also invited when necessary.

Functions of the CSCB Representatives

The CSCB sectoral representatives are volunteers who do not receive any compensation in doing the following liaison functions between OCES and their respective departments or sectors:

  • Dissemination of information about community extension projects for the purpose of mobilizing active involvement and generating appropriate resources
  • Attendance to regular and emergency or special meetings convened to formulate recommendations for:
    • Policy formulation;
    • Program development;
    • Project area selection;
    • Areas and level of involvement, and
    • Project planning and evaluation

Programs and Services

Program Components

Development areas for engagement are reflected in the banner name “A.N.G.E.L.S.” to wit:

  • AAdvocacy;
  • NNetworking or partnership building/social consortia;
  • GGoods and technical services;
  • EEducation, enabling communities, and evangelization;
  • LLivelihood and lifelong learning, and
  • SService learning and volunteer formation and engagement.

Activities are integrated in the following programs/sub- units:

  • SHAPE Program (Support of Holy Angel to Public Education)
  • BUKAL (Boluntir na Umaagapay sa Kapwa at Kalikasan) Volunteer Engagement Program
  • Tulay sa Kalinangan at Kabuhayan (TSK) (Livelihood and Lifelong Learning)
  • HAU-REACH
  • Imang Nena Lifelong Leaning
  • Apl.de.Ap Music Studio
  • Cory Aquino Center for Hope and Wellness
  • Apl.de.Ap Music Training
  • Integrated Community Extension Service Programs (ICESP)
  • Networking for Service (NSP)
  • HAU-REACH (Outreach Program)
  • National Service Training Program (NSTP)
    • Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
    • Literacy Training Service (LTS)
    • Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC)

National Service Training Program (NSTP)

National Service Training Program (NSTP) is one of the programs under the University’s Office of the Community Extension Services. This is a constitutionally mandated course or program designed to equip college students with skills and experiences for their meaningful involvement in nation building. The training sessions during the first semester are designed to prepare students for their immersion in communities in the second semester by providing them the basic concepts and theories needed for doing community work.

Components

The University offers three components:

  • Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS)
  • Literacy Training Service (LTS)
  • Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC)

Services and Partner Communities

NSTP students serve different barangays, schools and parishes in Angeles City. Following the process of needs assessment and consultation with barangay and school heads and parish priests, students extend services such as:

  • Tutorials;
  • Assistance in the construction of visual aids/instructional aids;
  • Barangay profiling;
  • Profiling of Catholic parishioners
  • Mural painting;
  • Setting up of reading areas;
  • Advocacy drives/seminars on health, child rights, waste management and other issues;
  • Environmental preservation activities ;
  • Facility improvement;
  • Basic catechism;
  • Street education, and
  • Other related literacy and civic welfare services

NSTP also works with Government agencies and NGOs to complement their services as well as with other agencies or marginalized sectors that request the services of NSTP students. Some of these agencies include but are not limited to the following:

  • City Social Welfare Development Office (CSWD);
  • DENR and CENRO, and
  • DepEd Division Office

Partners and Linkages

You can share in big or small ways:

The community programs and services are facilitated through the technical, material, and financial support of our students, employees, partners and other donors. We believe that each one has something to share, including the communities or sectors being served. Through our shared actions, we can help improve the lives of Filipino families.

Serve our partner communities:

  • Public schools
  • Underserved barangays in Angeles and Pampanga
  • Children / persons with disabilities
  • Inmates and children in critical / vulnerable circumstances
  • Indigenous peoples (IPs), senior citizens and the youth
  • GOs, NGOs and parishes that may request services to complement their programs for particular sectors or communities

Get involved in the areas of:

  • Research and Documentation
  • Community Organization and Education
  • Livelihood and Lifelong Skills Training,and Technical Assistance
  • Spiritual Development and Values Formation
  • Micro-Infrastructure Project Support
  • Preventive and Promotive Health Care
  • Disaster Response
  • Outreach Activities

You can volunteer as:

  • Resource speaker/facilitator/trainer
  • Organizer, steering committee member
  • Volunteer participant
  • Donor, solicitor

Contact Us

Trunklines:

(63) 045-625-5748

(63) 045-625-9620

(63) 045-625-9619

Fax Numbers:

888-2514 - President's Office

888-1754 - Central Purchasing Office

888-1290 - Finance Office

International Calls:

Please dial (+63-45) plus telephone number.

National Calls:

Please dial (045) plus telephone number.

Mobile:

09190873327 (Smart)

09190873328 (Smart)

09190873329 (Smart)

09176320339 (Globe)