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PMC2019 Delegate and Moderator Primer

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    OFFICIAL DELEGATE AND MODERATOR PRIMER I.   The Congress II.   The Organizing Team III.   The Ambassadors IV.   Conference Schedule V.   Confirmation Process VI.   Committees VII.   Rules of Procedure VIII.   Points and Motions IX.   Delegates’ Code of Conduct  X.   PMC 2019 Bill Procedure XI.   FAQs    The legacy of redefining the role of the Filipino Youth continues. For the past seven years, the Philippine Model Congress (PMC) has worked to provide an avenue for youth leaders from all over the Philippines to come together in the country's premier legislative simulation. As a model of the Philippine government’s legislative process, participants will simulate congressional debates, engage in workshops, and learn from transformative guest speakers. The conference hopes to give delegates the opportunity to share what matters to them. Bills passed are presented to the actual Philippine Senate and House of Representatives. In doing so, PMC aims to give the youth an opportunity to be heard by our country’s leaders, increase awareness to national issues, and create a community of young people committed to nation  building. Modeled after conferences hosted by Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and other international universities, the Philippine Model Congress is a collaborative effort by Filipino college students from various universities. The inaugural PMC was started in 2012 by Leandro Leviste, Lance Katigbak, Tricia Peralta, Thomas Rosal, and Alonzo Virata. In 2013, Raffy Tanpho joined the Executive Board. In 2014, Sean Angsanto and Angelo Santiago, two students from De La Salle University, took over with their organizing team to re-organize the conference. From 2016 to 2017, Bianca Suarez, a graduate student also from De La Salle University, resumed the responsibilities of Executive Director and led the preparations of the conference. In 2018, Sean Chiong Ajihil, a recent graduate from De La Salle University, was given the title of Executive Director, and the opportunity to take PMC to even greater heights. This year, 2019, Angeli Alyssa Andan, a graduating student from De La Salle University, is continuing the legacy as the Executive Director of the Philippine Model Congress. Grounded by values and driven by purpose, she is more than ready to go beyond the limits, and make a bigger and better PMC.    WHO ARE WE The Philippine Model Congress is organized by a group of purpose-driven student leaders from different universities who envision a progressive Philippines and aim to make a difference  by maximizing the potential of the Filipino Youth through empowerment and civic movement. MISSION To strengthen the voice of the Filipino Youth, to instill Political Awareness and Civic Movement among Filipino Youth and to build a community of Filipino Youth who are positive invested in the Country’s future. VISION To be the premier legislative simulation of the Philippines where the Filipino Youth are inspired to take an active role in nation building and shaping the national agenda. What is the PMC? PMC is a  National Youth Congress that brings together the best Youth Leaders from diverse backgrounds which aims to give the youth an opportunity to band together and unitedly  propose a stand to congress on what matters to them, and in doing so, be heard by our country’s leaders, increase awareness on national issues, and create a community of young people committed to nation building. The Participants The Philippine Model Congress will be attended by outstanding Filipino High School , College Students and Professionals from different parts of the country and they will each represent their respective regions. The Venue The  Philippine Model Congress will be held on September 7 and 8, 2019 in the Committee Halls of the  Senate of the Philippines located in the Second Floor, Right Wing of the GSIS Building in Pasay City. The venue is where the Senators conduct official committee meetings and are rarely used for public events.    II. The Organizing Team The Philippine Model Congress is organized by a group of  purpose-driven student leaders   from different universities who envision a progressive Philippines and aim to  make a difference  by maximizing the potential of the Filipino Youth through empowerment and civic involvement. The Organizing Team is composed of eight (8) different committees: Congress Operations, Delegate Relations, Digital Content, External Relations, Finance, Marketing, Media and Publicity, and Logistics. EXECUTIVE BOARD Angeli Alyssa S. Andan  Executive Director BOARD OF DIRECTORS CONGRESS OPERATIONS Bryan Ezra Gonzales Patricia Torres DELEGATE RELATIONS Emmanuel M. Osit DIGITAL CONTENT Richard Lance G. Parayno EXTERNAL RELATIONS Gene Lloyd B. Torres FINANCE Kevin H. Wu Ma. Raina Philline V. Canilang MARKETING Benedict L. Rosario  
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