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Panasonic scholarship pursues vision

Panasonic, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, granted scholarships to five deserving university students during the awarding ceremony held recently at the University of Rizal System, Morong, Rizal as it continues to pursue its vision of a better life for everyone, and realizing a better world through its contribution to various activities, including the Panasonic Scholarship Asia program.

Panasonic scholarship pursues vision
Panasonic Corporation Groupwide Brand Communications Division leader for CSR & Citizenship Department Haruhisa Okuda (3rd from left, back),  and Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation president Shinichi Hayashi (4th from right, back) led the 2018 Panasonic Scholarship Asia Awarding Ceremony for Undergraduate Category  Witnessing the event were (left to right, back row) PMPC assistant director Robert Pacheco; Panasonic Precision Devices Philippines Corporation assistant director Mary Ann Diaz; URS VP for Academic Affairs Flordeliza Peñaranda; University of the Philippines-Diliman associate dean for Students Affairs of the College of Engineering Rhandley Cajote; Pamantasan ng Cabuyao president Isabel Inlayo; PMPC executive director Masaru Toyota; URS-Morong campus director Allan Conde; and URS vice president for Research, Development, Extension and Production Namerod Mateo. The five new Panasonic scholars are (from left, front) Kirsten Rae Hipolito, Joe Diether Cabelin, Maricar Mojar  Rizza Lei Mansilungan  and  Allen Unida.
The ceremony was led by Panasonic Corporation Groupwide Brand Communications Division leader for CSR & Citizenship Department Haruhisa Okuda, and Panasonic Manufacturing Philippines Corporation president Shinichi Hayashi.  

Other guests, who graced the occasion included Pamantasan ng Cabuyao president Isabel Inlayo; URS vice president for Academic Affairs Flordeliza Peñaranda; URS vice president for Research, Development, Extension and Production Namerod Mateo; PMPC executive director Masaru Toyota; URS-Morong campus director Allan Conde; University of the Philippines-Diliman (UPD) associate dean for Students Affairs of the College of Engineering Rhandley Cajote; PMPC assistant director Robert Pacheco; and Panasonic Precision Devices Philippines Corporation assistant director Mary Ann Diaz.

The five new Panasonic scholars are Miss Rizza Lei Mansilungan (Mechanical Engineering student at URS-Morong Campus; Mr. Allen Unida (Mechanical Engineering student at URS-Morong Campus); Miss Maricar Mojar (Accountancy student at PnC); Mr. Joe Diether Cabelin (Electronics & Communication Engineering student at UPD), and Miss Kirsten Rae Hipolito (Electronics & Communication Engineering student at UPD). They were chosen after passing series of interviews, and assessment of their overall performance as students along with the expectation that they will make use of their scholarship not only for their personal gain but also for their contribution to the progress and development of society by becoming good leaders in their chosen fields. 

During the ceremony, Mr. Hayashi challenged the new scholars by reminding them that Panasonic is not just simply giving financial support, but out of the company’s commitment to contribute to the country’s continuing development as well.

“Please understand that the main objective of this scholarship program is to provide promising students, like you with the opportunity to obtain a college degree, and become dynamic assets of your community. So aim to become good leaders in your chosen fields, and contribute to society,” Mr. Hayashi said.

Topics: Panasonic Corporation , Haruhisa Okuda , Shinichi Hayashi , Isabel Inlayo
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