Gov. Delta distributes P19.2-M educational grants to 4,793 Capitol scholars 

Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda  encourages 4th year scholars to take the civil service examination after graduation to avail job opportunities in the government during the distribution of the educational financial assistance on June 20 at the Bren Z Guiao Convention Center.  (Jun Jaso  Pampanga PIO)

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Some 4,793 Capitol scholars received educational financial grants, worth P19.2 million, under the Educational Financial Assistance Program (EFAP) of the provincial government.

Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda led the distribution held at the Bren Z. Guiao Convention Center on June 20, where students coming from the different districts of Pampanga received P4,000 each.

The Governor disclosed that he has appealed to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, headed by Vice Governor Lilia “Nanay” Pineda, to increase the budget to be given to the scholars this year, from P3,000 to P4,000 each.

“We will continue to provide the necessary funding to the educational programs of Governor Delta,” said 3rd District Board Member Ananias Canlas, Jr.

The governor, meanwhile, assured the continuous support of the provincial government to the students during his term.

Governor Dennis “Delta” Pineda led the distribution of financial grants to some 4,793 Capitol scholars on June 20 at the Bren Z Guiao Convention Center. Also with him are PDRRMO Chief and Special Assistant to the Governor Angelina Blanco, and Provincial Librarian Jasmine Carla Cordero. (Jun Jaso / Pampanga PIO)

“Tuluy-tuloy ang programa natin. Hangga’t nandito ako, mga anak, wala kayong dapat ipangamba,” he said.

He also encouraged 4th year students to take the civil service examination after graduation to avail job opportunities in the government.

Parents, who attended the distribution, expressed their gratitude for the continuous support of the administration to their children.

“Maraming, maraming salamat po. Binibigyan niyo po ng chance at blessing ang mga batang matatalino at masisipag na mag-aral tulad ng anak ko po,” Tess Catallo, a mother of a 3rd year scholar, said.

According to the Provincial Library, there are a total of 14,113 Capitol scholars who will receive financial assistance for the first semester this year.

Also present during the EFAP distribution were Provincial Board Members, PDRRMO Chief and Special Assistant to the Governor Angelina Blanco, and Provincial Librarian Jasmine Carla Cordero.

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