The Human Resource Educators’ Association of the Philippines, Inc. (HREAP) recognized the Ten Outstanding Human Resource Students of the Philippines 2018 (TOHRS), January 14 at Tanghalang Pasigueño.
This endeavor aims to recognize the most promising BSBA major Human Resource Development Management students in the Philippines. It is rooted from the HREAP’s goal to train, develop, and recognize the achievements of human resource students who will be soon young HR Professionals in the Philippines. Thus, HREAP recognizes the top 10 HR students in the Philippines who exemplify in academics, extra-curricular and socio-civic activities.
This year’s awardees are Florniña Marie B. Aguilar (Batangas State University Lipa City), Princess Ameenah M. Aquino (San Beda University), Geri Camille S. Gopez (Batangas State University Lipa City), Riggynald B. Gamboa (De La Salle College of Saint Benilde), Ramon Miguel L. Villareal (University of Asia and the Pacific), Chad Rafael S. Manangat (De La Salle College of Saint Benilde), Madell E. Roguel (Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Manila), Jessica A. Maniwang (Ateneo de Davao University), Ryan Rey C. Galvez (Central Mindanao Colleges) and Mark Nicole B. Samin (Central Luzon State University)
In his response speech on behalf of the awardees, Mr. Villareal emphasized the importance of human touch in HR processes in spite of technological advancement that seemingly disregard the deep understanding of human person.
Recognizing the Philippine HR students will spur more to be better and to be the best. Moreover, this will invigorate HR to the 21st century society. Hence, it can create a more comprehensive, competent, and constructive Philippine HR Community.
HREAP is a professional organization of human resource educators in the country, which aims to promote the development of human resource program in higher educational institutions in the Philippines. It aims to strengthen industry-academe partnership in developing curricular offerings of universities and colleges, gather and strengthen collaboration among human resource educators in the country, publish researches related to the human resources practices both in public and private organizations, and organize seminars, conferences, learning and development programs for educators, students and professionals.