The Global Shapers: "Be the start. Lead the change"

With the theme "Be the start. Lead the change",  Tattoo launched their corporate social responsibility in partnership with the Global Shapers Manila Hub encouraging the youth of today to cause a chain reaction of positive action to make a difference in society using modern technology.

Tattoo, takes the advocacy of Global Shapers to bring the Cat@lyst vision to life.   Composed of young extraordinary individuals with great potential for future leadership roles in society called Global Shapers Manila Hub.  

For its first project, they encourage the youth to make concrete and feasible solutions to the problems of their communities such as air pollution, traffic enforcement, crime prevention, among others. Cat@lyst seeks to harness creativity, energy and social media through a youth challenge with the Global Shapers acting as mentors. Some of the Global Shapers are Tattoo ambassador Bianca Gonzalez; Save Philippine Seas Co-founder Anna Oposa; San Vicente, Palawan Mayor Pie Alvarez; doctor and researcher on neglected tropical diseases, Harvy Liwanag; and Mano Amiga Academy co-founder Lynn Pinugu.
“We are looking for a realistic solution that has an ICT component and has the potential to be replicated in other communities. We need young people who have a genuine desire to help,” said Dong Ronquillo, Head of Tattoo Nomadic Broadband Business. 
If you're interested, here are the qualifications. 

  • Filipino citizens
  • age is between 18-30 can submit a proposal via a one-minute video entry from May 2 to 31 
Here are the following criteria:

  • Innovation –  demonstrates creativity and originality
  • Implementation Feasibility – proposal should be executable in the given timeline and proponents should demonstrate capability to mobilize stakeholders involved
  • Impact – provides a long-lasting solution to an existing social problem

Application forms may be downloaded from the Globe Cat@lyst website and from the entries, 15 will be shortlisted. Five winners will then be chosen in June and will be awarded a P200,000 cash grant for program development, mentorship, and ICT support. 


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