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This topic is a partial fulfillment of the understanding about the life of the trainees in MHCS which gives us information about how they strive even there are lots of struggles to achieve what they want in life. This also gives us the sense value of this institution because of their great help especially to the out of school youth of Oriental Mindoro. It can help the readers especially the seminarians, priests, lay people, teachers and future researcher to impart into in them the love to help the unprivileged and somehow trigger their mind to contribute in solving the problems of our society in connection to education. Due to the lack of time, the researcher recommend to the future researchers to look on what had happen to the life of the past trainees. Do these past trainees have already their jobs? And to look on what action does MHCS do concerning to their past trainees.
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Table of contents
I. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
A. Statement of the Problem 1
B. Significance of Study 3
C. Scope and Limitation 3
D. Related Literature 3
E. Proposition 6
F. Methodology 6
II. MARY HELP OF CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 7
A. Founder and Patron Saint 7
B. The Preventive System 8
C. Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco 10
D. Mary Help of Christians Technology Center 11
III. THE LIFE OF TRAINEES 12
A. The Agri-tech Training of the Trainees 12
1. Daily Schedule of the Trainees 13
B. The Formation of the Trainees 14
C. Common Struggles of the Trainees 15
1. Separation 15
2. Work 16
3. Relationship with the Other Members of the Community 16
D. Effect of the Formation to the lives of the Trainees 17
1. Spiritual Formation 18
2. Human Formation 18
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CHAPTER I Background of the Study Statement of the Problem Oriental Mindoro remains one of the provinces in the Philippines with a large number of out-of-school youth. In 2008, only 59.84 percent of school-aged children for the secondary level were in the provincial schools while Calapan City has a higher gross enrollment rate of 78.19 percent in that same school year. The national gross enrollment rate for School Year 2008-2009 was 82.54 percent. The trend for the past ten years in the country show that for every 10 pupils who enroll in grade school, only 7 of them graduate. The same ratio of students is experienced among the high school students. Primarily the main reason for dropping-out is mostly poverty-related because even the basic education is free. Many poor families are unable to finance the supplementary school needs of their children because of the job-related difficulties. There have been programs aimed at bringing back dropouts to formal schools for their basic education. However, for children and youth who were assisted to enroll in formal/non-formal basic education and integrated technical education, many still discontinued their studies. Poverty is still the most ...
... somehow trigger their mind to contribute in solving the problems of our society in connection to education. Due to the lack of time, the researcher recommend to the future researchers to look on what had happen to the life of the past trainees. Do these past trainees have already their jobs? And to look on what action does MHCS do concerning to their past trainees.
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