14 June 2020
DOST Scholars pitched in to provide food packs to vulnerable communities around the country.
When the country imposed the nationwide community quarantine amid the spread of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), worry and uncertainty clouded the minds of many, especially the poor, who are unprepared of the sudden restrictions in movement and economic activity. Despite this, Scholars of the Department of Science and Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) were among the first to organize themselves to do volunteer work in their localities.
DOST officials are amazed with the various initiatives done by its scholars - both ongoing and scholar-graduates.
03 June 2020
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) calls on the youth to join the science community by pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
This, as DOST’s Science Education Institute (SEI), announces the availability of scholarship slots for the 2021 DOST-SEI S&T Undergraduate Scholarships for incoming Grade 12 students in AY 2020-2021 who intend to pursue STEM courses when they enroll in college next year. The scholarship program aims to push for knowledge-driven development through S&T human resource advancement.
05 May 2020
In preparation of Department of Transportation (DOTr) in Accompanied-Student Program, the Department of data has begun to raise stranded students across the country.
Data collected will be reviewed to assist in determining the probability of the program and presenting IATF to be approved.
If you are a stranded student and want to return to your province or city to be with your family, you can now fill out the online application form at this link.