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Anna Rucelle
Rito
Languages: 
Filipino
English
September, 1990
Bio: 
I believe that volunteering will allow me to make a difference, specially in poor communities. I believe that volunteerism is mutually beneficial for both the communities being served and the volunteer. I will be in the position to share my knowledge and skills, and at the same time, learn from the communities that I will be serving and my co-volunteers. By interacting with people from different backgrounds, cultures, and walks of life, I would be able to learn more about myself and become a better person. I also think that one of my best qualities is that, I always strive for excellence. I do my best to make sure that if I committed to something, I do it well, but allowing room for spontaneity and flexibility. I am open to learning new things. I do my best to communicate and coordinate with the members of the team to ensure that the objectives of an event, programme, or activity is effectively accomplished. I respect the culture and the religion of others. Peoples differences allow for improvement and innovation as much can be learned from diversity. I am interested in experiencing and learning new things by immersing and integrating myself fully in a different culture. I also like getting to know new people and making new friends. I am resourceful and innovative. My background in the art of teaching has taught me that one can use almost anything if one has the imagination and skill to educate students. I value proper communication greatly as I believe that it prevents and mitigates misunderstandings that might affect personal and professional interests.
Volunteering Experience: 
I have volunteered locally in my community, my hometown and in another city. As a youth in my parish, I volunteer when there are relief operations for victims of natural disasters. I help in collecting, organizing and repacking of non-cash donations which includes canned and non perishable food, WASH Kits, clothes and blankets and the like. Sometimes, when I have the opportunity, I help in the distribution as well. In 2008, I joined a group from school who rendered a community service in the remote barangays of Taytay, Rizal, Philippines. The communities were settled along the riverbank. We targeted them for our environmental protection campaign, specifically through proper waste management. For us to better get across their minds, we strategized two modes of communicating: one, to design and disseminate information materials that will attract their interest and on par with the level of understanding of the communities. The materials used graphics and less text. Two, to conduct meetings and lectures using the local dialect. Also, a consultation meeting with Barangay officials was conducted prior to conducting the information drive proper. During the Post-Haiyan emergency response from December 2013 to January 2014, I served as a Volunteer Community Organizer for the Catholic Relief Services (Philippines Program) to help in the field assessment of affected population and in the distribution of non-food items (shelter materials and WASH kits) in three municipalities of Leyte (Tanauan, Palo and Tolosa). On April to July 2015, I participated in VSO's (Voluntary Service Overseas) ICS (International Citizen Service) Programme as an In-Country Volunteer wherein I facilitated Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Project in cooperation with the local government and other local organizations; collected data for Baseline Gathering, facilitated seminars and training in setting up a Response Team, educated students in Disaster Preparedness through peer education, and organized events to increase Disaster Awareness; created accomplishment and terminal reports on activities we facilitated and organized.
Education: 
Undergraduate of Secondary Education Major in English
Occupation: 
Student
Other Skills: 
Teaching in school setting and Tutorial (ESL and EFL)
Organization and Planning
Facilitating training, seminars, fundraising and other events
Communication
Budgeting or Managing Finances
Basic Life Support and First Aid
Anna Rucelle Rito
Antipolo
Philippines
Languages:
Filipino, English
September, 1990
Description
I believe that volunteering will allow me to make a difference, specially in poor communities. I believe that volunteerism is mutually beneficial for both the communities being served and the volunteer. I will be in the position to share my knowledge and skills, and at the same time, learn from the communities that I will be serving and my co-volunteers. By interacting with people from different backgrounds, cultures, and walks of life, I would be able to learn more about myself and become a better person.

I also think that one of my best qualities is that, I always strive for excellence. I do my best to make sure that if I committed to something, I do it well, but allowing room for spontaneity and flexibility. I am open to learning new things. I do my best to communicate and coordinate with the members of the team to ensure that the objectives of an event, programme, or activity is effectively accomplished.

I respect the culture and the religion of others. Peoples differences allow for improvement and innovation as much can be learned from diversity. I am interested in experiencing and learning new things by immersing and integrating myself fully in a different culture. I also like getting to know new people and making new friends.

I am resourceful and innovative. My background in the art of teaching has taught me that one can use almost anything if one has the imagination and skill to educate students.

I value proper communication greatly as I believe that it prevents and mitigates misunderstandings that might affect personal and professional interests.
Volunteering Experience
I have volunteered locally in my community, my hometown and in another city.

As a youth in my parish, I volunteer when there are relief operations for victims of natural disasters. I help in collecting, organizing and repacking of non-cash donations which includes canned and non perishable food, WASH Kits, clothes and blankets and the like. Sometimes, when I have the opportunity, I help in the distribution as well.

In 2008, I joined a group from school who rendered a community service in the remote barangays of Taytay, Rizal, Philippines. The communities were settled along the riverbank. We targeted them for our environmental protection campaign, specifically through proper waste management. For us to better get across their minds, we strategized two modes of communicating: one, to design and disseminate information materials that will attract their interest and on par with the level of understanding of the communities. The materials used graphics and less text. Two, to conduct meetings and lectures using the local dialect. Also, a consultation meeting with Barangay officials was conducted prior to conducting the information drive proper.

During the Post-Haiyan emergency response from December 2013 to January 2014, I served as a Volunteer Community Organizer for the Catholic Relief Services (Philippines Program) to help in the field assessment of affected population and in the distribution of non-food items (shelter materials and WASH kits) in three municipalities of Leyte (Tanauan, Palo and Tolosa).

On April to July 2015, I participated in VSO's (Voluntary Service Overseas) ICS (International Citizen Service) Programme as an In-Country Volunteer wherein I facilitated Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Project in cooperation with the local government and other local organizations; collected data for Baseline Gathering, facilitated seminars and training in setting up a Response Team, educated students in Disaster Preparedness through peer education, and organized events to increase Disaster Awareness; created accomplishment and terminal reports on activities we facilitated and organized.
Education
Undergraduate of Secondary Education Major in English
Occupation
Student
Other Skills
Teaching in school setting and Tutorial (ESL and EFL), Organization and Planning, Facilitating training, seminars, fundraising and other events, Communication, Budgeting or Managing Finances, Basic Life Support and First Aid
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