Greetings from the National Office!
CEGP is the oldest and widest intercollegiate alliance of student publications in the country. This year, the Guild celebrates its 81st year of existence committed to the advancement of campus press freedom.
With the theme, “The Campus Press towards genuine social change,” the College Editors Guild of the Philippines will hold its 1st High School Editors Guild of the Philippines (HSEGP) Convention and Congress on August 31-September 2 at Our Lady of Antipolo Retreat House, San Jose Extension, San Isidro, Antipolo, Rizal.
The said convention will provide lectures and workshops on basic, intermediate and advanced journalism skills. Likewise trainings on different literary genres will be given. And as part of the Guild’s dedication to educating student journalists regarding the plight of the country, various socio-political discussions will also be featured. The Guild has invited respected media practitioners and luminaries of Philippine literature.
Also, promising literary writers will be honored in the 1st Gawad Lorena Barros (GLB), CEGP’s annual literary contest for high school Students.
In this regard, we invite your publication to attend the HSSPC. Registration fee is pegged at P2,000.00 which is inclusive of food, lodging and kit for each participant. Attached herewith are the program and GLB’s mechanics.
There is no limit on the number of the delegates who wish to attend. Do confirm your attendance before August 16.
Invited speakers are: Prof. Jun Cruz Reyes, Multi-Palanca Awardee, Prof. Michael Andrada, Palanca Awardee, Hon. Raymond Palatino, Representative of Kabataan Partylist, Ronalyn Olea, Editor of Bulatlat.com, Mayette Camacho, Director of IBC 13, and many more.
For queries, you may contact Jian Carlo Gomez 09262622040 or (02)437-0148 or email us through firstname.lastname@example.org. Do bring copies of your publication for sharing with the rest of the delegates.
We look forward to your publication’s participation.
For a free press,
Pauline Gidget Estella