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John Christian
Dinco
Languages: 
Filipino
English
Spanish
February, 1994
Bio: 
I have always aspired to make a difference.I am a person with a deep passion for global cultures. I have always been interested about what is happening around the globe and about finding ways to settle international conflicts. In fact, my international and local travel experiences have made me aware of the importance of cross-cultural learning and global understanding. I took AB Communication Arts as my undergraduate course to gain insights into the world of arts and culture, both deep-rooted and contemporary. In addition, I developed communication skills beyond par excellence, as a proof of this, my Communication Research entitled “Stigmatizing AIDS: A content analysis on HIV/AIDS-related news articles published in three Philippine major broadsheets” was presented in Luz Y Saber 2014 and was also accepted in Montreal, Canada and in Sri Lanka. In addition, my role as an educator in my province has trained me to work with people from different walks of life. As a teacher, I have always strived to change the culture of corruption and danger in my country. I know that it is my calling to spark awareness among my people. For a culture of safety to triumph, I believe that people should not just be persuaded to work towards change; they should stand up and take action when it is needed. Sitting down and waiting for someone to do something in the face of adversity and danger won’t solve any problem. As stated in an old adage: The world is not corrupted because of the bad people, but because of the people who see bad things yet they remain silent about it. There is no place in a culture of safety for those who futilely point fingers or say, "Safety is not my responsibility.”
Volunteering Experience: 
I worked as a contributor in a local community newspaper we produced at school. I am also one of the few persons who spearheaded the campaign against black sand mining in the Philippines through social campaigns. My other campaigns also won in the International Association of Business Communicators. Now, I want to focus on human rights issues and environmental issues, since these are the topics that are usually ignored. I seek to volunteer in indigenous places because these are the usual sites that need help. I would like to help in every way possible to help the world.
Education: 
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts
Occupation: 
Teacher
Other Skills: 
Teaching
Campaigning
Journalism
Graphic Design
TV Production
Public Relations
John Christian Dinco
Manila
Philippines
Languages:
Filipino, English, Spanish
February, 1994
Description
I have always aspired to make a difference.I am a person with a deep passion for global cultures. I have always been interested about what is happening around the globe and about finding ways to settle international conflicts. In fact, my international and local travel experiences have made me aware of the importance of cross-cultural learning and global understanding. I took AB Communication Arts as my undergraduate course to gain insights into the world of arts and culture, both deep-rooted and contemporary. In addition, I developed communication skills beyond par excellence, as a proof of this, my Communication Research entitled “Stigmatizing AIDS: A content analysis on HIV/AIDS-related news articles published in three Philippine major broadsheets” was presented in Luz Y Saber 2014 and was also accepted in Montreal, Canada and in Sri Lanka. In addition, my role as an educator in my province has trained me to work with people from different walks of life. As a teacher, I have always strived to change the culture of corruption and danger in my country. I know that it is my calling to spark awareness among my people. For a culture of safety to triumph, I believe that people should not just be persuaded to work towards change; they should stand up and take action when it is needed. Sitting down and waiting for someone to do something in the face of adversity and danger won’t solve any problem. As stated in an old adage: The world is not corrupted because of the bad people, but because of the people who see bad things yet they remain silent about it. There is no place in a culture of safety for those who futilely point fingers or say, "Safety is not my responsibility.”
Volunteering Experience
I worked as a contributor in a local community newspaper we produced at school. I am also one of the few persons who spearheaded the campaign against black sand mining in the Philippines through social campaigns. My other campaigns also won in the International Association of Business Communicators. Now, I want to focus on human rights issues and environmental issues, since these are the topics that are usually ignored. I seek to volunteer in indigenous places because these are the usual sites that need help. I would like to help in every way possible to help the world.
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts
Occupation
Teacher
Other Skills
Teaching, Campaigning, Journalism, Graphic Design, TV Production, Public Relations
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