Our company’s values drive us to deliver our work while protecting nature, forging partnerships to create shared value with the communities where we operate.
GNPower Mariveles continues to invest in education and partnership programs within the community around the plant such as PUP Scholarship, ALS Scholarship, TESDA Training Program and Entrepreneurship Scholarship Program:
Polytechnic University of the Philippines Scholarship, this program aims to give scholarship grants of any degree or vocational course to indigent deserving students from Sitio Dinginin.
Alternative Learning System Scholarship, is a free adult education and secondary school equivalency program implemented by the Department of Education. The program provides a viable alternative to the existing formal education instruction, encompassing both the non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Training Program, this is an Apprenticeship Program of the Bureau of Local Employment and National Manpower and Youth Council of the Department of Labor and Employment to provide manpower development through quality technical-vocational education and skills development training system.
Entrepreneurship Scholarship Program, GNPower Mariveles helps individuals develop the technical and business skills relevant to being a successful entrepreneur.
South Luzon Thermal Energy and GNPower Kauswagan support Brigada Eskwela. Employee volunteers and contractors work together to repair and clean public elementary schools in nearby communities. This yearly program helps provide a clean learning environment for students every school year.
North Luzon Renewables’ Education Program is by providing Financial Assistance for College Students from families of Yapayao Tribe and residents from Barangays Caparispisan and Pagudpud.
Poblacion Elementary School in Muntinlupa City, a partner school of Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway (MCX), received one thousand (1,000) storybooks from AC Energy and AC Infra as part of Ayala Group’s ‘100 Pesos for 200,000 Books’ campaign. (See related post)