Application to Educational Assistance Program

This was conceptualized to assist deserving IP youths to pursue their college education through financial assistance.

 

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Monday to Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Who May Avail of the Service:

Poor but deserving members of the Indigenous Cultural Communities or Indigenous Peoples (ICCs/IPs) who are high school graduates or college level within or covered by the jurisdiction of NCIP Regional Office.

 

Requirements:

  1. Certificate of Confirmation (COC) on Tribe Membership
  2. Duly accomplished application form
  3. 2 pcs 2 X 2 ID picture
  4. For incoming freshmen: Form 138 (High School Report Card)
  5. Income Tax Return of parents/guardians/Certificate of tax exemption
  6. Certificate of good moral character from the former school

 

Documents required for the release of Financial Assistance (Old Grantee):

  1. Certificate of Enrollment/Registration Form/Assessment
  2. Certificate of final rating/grades for the previous semester

 

(New Grantee)

  1. Certificate of Enrollment/Registration Form/Assessment

 

Fees/Charges:

None

 

How to Avail of the Service:

 

Step Applicant/Client Service Provider Duration of Activity Person in Charge Remarks
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS – SERVICE CENTER
1 Apply for EAP Interview applicant. 10-15 mins. Service Center EAP Focal Person  
2 Issue genealogy form and explain how to accomplish the form 10 mins Accomplishment of the genealogy form depends on the knowledge of the applicant on his family genealogy
3 Accomplish genealogy form and submit the same Evaluates duly accomplished genealogy form 15 mins. Service Center EAP Focal Person If found out that applicant is not an IP, outright disqualification
4 Issue EAP application form and explain the mechanics on how to accomplish the form 5 mins Service Center EAP Focal Person
5 Accomplish EAP application form and secure other required documents 1 day Service Center Focal Person Accomplishment/Submission of application depends on the capability of the applicant to secure the documents needed.
6 Submits application and its supporting documents Receives & reviews the completeness and authenticity of the documents 1 day
7 Endorse application to the Provincial Office for evaluation within 5 days Provincial Screening Committee
SCREENING OF APPLICANTS – PROVINCIAL OFFICE
1 Screen and evaluates all application to come up for the final list of grantees. Within 5 days Provincial Screening Committee
2 Notify all qualified grantees.

Submit list of grantees to the Regional Office thru the TMSD

Within 5 days Provincial EAP

Focal Person

Regional EAP

Focal Person

SUBMISSION OF REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO RELEASE OF STIPENDS– SERVICE CENTER
1 Notifies grantees on the requirements for payment of grants Within 5 days Provincial EAP Focal Person
2 Submit requirements Receives and evaluates submitted documents Upon receipt per applicant Provincial EAP Focal Person
3 Prepare Payroll and attach documents for payment 1 day Provincial EAP Focal Person
4 Endorse Payroll to TMSD 1 day PO
5 Review completeness of documents for payments  & indorse to Finance Section, AFS Division 1 day Regional EAP

Focal Person

TMSD Chief

6 Process Voucher for payment 1 day Admin Aide IV ICO desig. BO Accountant Admin. Asst. Chief AO RD Cashier
RELEASING OF STIPENDS – REGIONAL OFFICE
1 Present 2 valid identification (ID) cards Verify the ID cards presented 3 minutes Cashier
2 Accomplish Acknowledgment Receipt (AR) and Disbursement Voucher (DV) Release check to grantee 8 minutes Cashier