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Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology

Introduction

Extension, as one of the quadruple functions of higher educational institutions, translates the academic institutions involvement in community development and people empowerment. It is an avenue where relevance and responsiveness of curricular programs are validated by enriched quality of people’s lives and responding to community needs.

Essentially, Extension Services enable the academic institution to be a catalyst in social transformation of the students, faculty and communities through the developmental, integrated, comprehensive and sustainable programs, projects and activities.

Likewise, the Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology (EARIST) Extension Program is considered as a set of projects and activities involving alumni relation, linkages, placements, community development Livelihood opportunity program regularly undertaken by faculty, staff and students through the Office of the Extension Services of the Institute and the college/Office Base Extension Units.

 

Mission-Goals-Objectives-Core Values of the Institute Extension and Alumni Affairs Office

Vision

A dynamic services oriented center for community development and people empowerment.

Mission

Generate extension projects for effective technology transfer, continuing education, and training for self-reliance and community welfare.

Goals

Generate extension projects for effective technology transfer, continuing education, and training for self-reliance and community welfare.

    • 1. Develop and deliver appropriate programs/projects/activities which are responsive to the needs of its clientele;
    • 2. Upgrade competence, work skills and competitiveness of out-of-school youth; and
    • 3. Provide technology transfer for sustainable socio-economic development

Objectives

    • 1. Conduct skills development, entrepreneurship training, and community education needed by service sector;
    • 2. Assist small and medium scale enterprises by sharing the various expertise of the institute, disseminating research output and transferring of technologies;
    • 3. Undertake identification and assessment of gaps and needs in extension service sectors which the institute can address;
    • 4. Establish and maintain good relationship with funding donors, sponsors, and the other benefactors for extension projects and services; and
    • 5. Sustain alumni support for programs and projects of the Institute.

Core Values

  • Excellence
  • Community Service
  • Servant Leadership
  • Humanity
  • Commitment
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