Congratulations to the Winners of the PCSA Essay Writing Contest!

The Working Committee of the PCSA Essay Writing Contest has announced the following winners:

1st place:

AILEEN C. IBANEZ

Teacher III

Cagayan National High School

Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

“What is a Servant Hero?”

2nd place:

ROSARIO PATINO-YAP

Subject Teacher I

Cagayan National High School

Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

“Filipino: Servant Hero”

3rd place:

MARICAR S. VILLAMIL

Public Relations Officer IV

Bases Conversion and Development Authority

“Raised by Heroes”

The Civil Service Commission thanks its esteemed panel of judges:

Dr. Jose Y. Dalisay, Jr. 

Professor

University of the Philippines

Department of English and Comparative Literature

Maria Oliva Z. Domingo, DPA

Professor

UP National College for Public Administration and Governance

Commissioner Mary Ann Z. Fernandez-Mendoza

Senior Commissioner

Civil Service Commission

For more information, please contact CSC Regional Office No. 4 at 9271832.

Once again, congratulations to all the winners and heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated!

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13 thoughts on “Congratulations to the Winners of the PCSA Essay Writing Contest!

  1. Glad for all the deserving winners! God be with you. I’m sure you conveyed the message of what a true Servant Hero is. May we all be such in our service to God, to our people, to our country.

    • Only the first place winner will be published with the Philippine Star, final date to be announced. The second and third place essays will be published in the CS Reporter, CS Bulletin and R.A.C.E. eNewsletter to be distributed nationwide. Thanks!

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