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[JOB OPENING—CLOSED] Special Program / Events Coordinator

The UP Diliman Office for Initiatives in Culture and the Arts (UPD-OICA) is looking for a Special Program / Events Coordinator (Project Staff).

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • With skills and work experience in event and/or production management
  • Excellent organizational, project- and time-management skills 
  • Ability to work on multiple projects at the same time
  • Ability to work effectively independently and as a team member 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills are an advantage
  • Highly competent in MS applications
  • Highly motivated with a passion for arts and culture and community engagement

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assist the Director in planning, coordinating, and implementing events and special projects;
  2. Coordinate and build good working relations with project proponents/partners, technicians, suppliers, and other organizations/offices regarding the logistic and technical requirements of UPD-OICA projects and events;
  3. Regularly report to the Director for project assessments, proposes policies and procedures regarding events / project management and other related programs that support the vision and mandate of UPD-OICA;
  4. Develop and coordinate event marketing plans to enhance event promotion and public relations activities of UPD-OICA with the Media Production Specialist I;
  5. Assist with the research and documentation requirements of OICA projects, events and publications;
  6. Maintain and manage the cultural event archives of OICA; and
  7. Maintain a directory/database of suppliers, artists, and other cultural project resources

Interested applicants may submit their application letter and resume through email at oica.upd@up.edu.ph.

For further inquiries, you may contact us at (02) 8981-8500 local 2658/2660.

Fantastic Filipinas—International Women’s Month 2024

This international women’s month, we honor the extraordinary legacies of Dr. Fe Del Mundo and Dr. Maria Orosa, two exceptional Filipina pioneers who have left an indelible mark on Philippine society. Their achievements and innovations are a testament to the resourcefulness, intelligence, and tenacity of Filipina women, whose contributions remain relevant and in practice today.

May we follow in their footsteps and let compassion lead the way to greatness.


We continue our celebration of International Women’s Month by remembering the contributions of Pura Villanueva Kalaw and Josefa Llanes Escoda. Their tireless advocacy for women’s rights and empowerment has had an enduring impact in the country to this day.

Let us sustain their efforts by being good leaders in our fields of influence and ensuring that all sectors of society are able to assert themselves in ways that embody the principles of a true democracy.

Content and posters by Jolien Monteyn


  1. Wikimedia Commons
  2. Vera Files
  3. Fantastic Filipinas: “Feeding the Fight:The Story of Maria Orosa.” Written by Ceej Tantengco and Sabrina Schnabel. Art by Alexandra, Lucas, and Leia Broekman
  4. Fantastic Filipinas: “Pediatrician and Pioneer: The Story of Fe Del Mundo.” Written by Ceej Tantengco and Sabrina Schnabel. Art by Dani Go.
  5. “Whats AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted” Podcast
  6. Fantastic Filipinas: Girl Scout, War Hero – The Story of Josefa Llanes Escoda, Written by Ceej Tantengco and Sabrina Schnabel, Art by Alexandra Romualdez Broekman
  7. Fantastic Filipinas: Super Suffragette – The Story of Pura Villanueva-Kalaw, Written by Ceej Tantengco and Sabrina Schnabel, Art by Georgina Camus
  8. Girl Scouts of the Philippines
  9. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections
  10. Spot.ph
  11. Her Campus

[Attn. UPD Student Orgs!] Call for Project Proposals—UPD Arts & Culture Festival 2024 Grant

UP Diliman recognized student organizations are invited to submit project proposals for the UPD Arts and Culture Festival (DACF) 2024. The theme is “Pamamalagi at Pamamahagi”, in celebration of the 75th year of the transfer of the UP Oblation from Manila to Diliman.

For more information, visit
https://oica.upd.edu.ph/UPDACF2024/

Deadline for submitting proposals: 8 MARCH 2024

All applications should be submitted through the online submission portal.

For further inquiries, please contact Ms. Malou Arandia through email at grants_oica.upd@up.edu.ph.

The UPD-OICA office is closed on January 22, 2023

The UPD Office for Initiatives in Culture and the Arts (UPD-OICA) will be conducting a strategic planning activity on January 22, 2024 (Mon). Please be advised that the office will be closed and will not be able to respond to inquiries on this day. Our office will resume normal operations on January 23, 2024 (Tue).