The Arrupe Office of Social Formation through its Communications & Advocacy Program (CAP) conducted the Ehem! Anticorruption Sensitivity Orientation training/workshop to its corps of Arrupe Volunteers, batches 42 and 43 on 9th August 2014 at F-213. This is an annual training/workshop which forms part of the social formation of Arrupe student volunteers. The Ehem! module constitutes one of the line-up of activities in observance of the Atenista Ako! Maligdong, Arrupe’s flagship program to promote the culture of integrity and good governance in the university.
The modules were handled by the following facilitators who are Ehem! trainors themselves namely, Arrupe director Ms. Lilibeth Arcena for the first module (Experience phase), CAP coordinator M. Isabel S. Actub for the second (Analysis phase); and two former Arrupe personnel Mr. Ian Clark Parcon, now technical assistant to the Academic Vice President (AVP) for the third (Reflection phase), and director of the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) Theresa S. Eliab for the fourth (Action/Praxis phase).
Inorder to mainstream the campaign for integrity and good governance among the university’s student leaders, the Ehem! module will also be given to the members of the Campus Club Organizations (CCO) on 20th September 2014. (By M. Isabel S. Actub, Arrupe Communications & Advocacy)