WD SALUTE TO GRADUATES PHOTO CONTEST 2013
GUIDELINES FOR THE CONTEST
There will be five (5) Winners of WD My Passport 500GB and ten (10) winners
of Starbucks Gift Certificate worth 200 pesos each
The contest is open to all college and university graduating students’ age
eighteen (18) to twenty seven (27) years old or above with supporting documents
that he/she is a graduate (i.e Identification Card, Form 138, Transcript of
Records, or Certificate of Diploma).
CRITERIA FOR JUDGING
Relevance to the theme (20%) – The participants’ entry must be in relation to
the Contests’ theme “Graduation”.
Message or Write – up (50%) – The words used should not exceed 20 words with
impact to the reader and has an emotional appeal that would please the readers
on why he/she should win the prize.
Creativeness in techniques used (30%) – The concept of the entry must be
original and should inspire the reader.
The contest will start on Friday, March 8, 2013 12:00 AM (PH time) and will
end on Monday, March 25, 2013 11:59 PM (PH time). Winners will be announced on
Friday, March 29, 2013 through Western Digital PH’s Facebook Page.
1. Like http://facebook.com/westerndigitalph.
If you are already a member, please proceed to the contest tab https://www.facebook.com/westerndigitalph/app_95936962634.
2. Fill up the personal information form needed before uploading your entry.
The application form consists of your personal information: full name, gender,
email address, home address, phone number or mobile number, date of birth and
your write – up for the photo not more than 20 words expressing why you should
win the WD My Passport 500GB.
3. Upload a photo of you not exceeding 800kb if you are a college or
university graduating student.
4. Click submit then share it to your friends.
5. Each participant is entitled to one (1) entry only.
6. Approved entry will be posted to Western Digital Facebook PH Facebook page
for the public to be viewed and commented.
JUDGING/ ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS
The Sponsor has selected a set of jury that will judge the entries.
The jury will select five (5) grand winners of the WD My Passport 500GB and
ten (10) Consolation Prizes of Starbucks Gift Certificate worth 200 pesos each.
Winners will be announced on March 29, 2013 through Western Digital PH
Facebook Page and will be notified via email or phone.
Non-cash prizes may not be exchanged, transferred, or redeemed for cash.
VERIFICATION OF WINNERS:
Upon claiming the prize, the winner must be able to present any 2 of the
Transcript of Records
Certificate of Diploma
Winner must be willing to pick up their prize at the Think Big Events Office
located Unit 1404 Goldhill Tower #5 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan,
Manila. In case the winner came from outside Mega Manila the sponsor will be
responsible to send it via a courier and will be the one to shoulder the
Accountants who work directly with the public or for businesses must be
licensed and certified to be able to practice their profession legally. The
initiation of the certification and licensing process began in part, to protect
both the accountant as well as the individuals or companies they worked for.
Being licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, or CPA, brings credibility to
the profession. It also assures clients the accountants are adequately trained
and prepared to handle any financial situation presented to them. Once an
accounting student graduates with their specific degree, they must prepare for
the licensing exam that will certify their qualifications and license them to
work in their respective state.
Check your state's requirements needed to qualify to sit for the CPA exam.
Each state has similar requirements that accounting students must meet before
they can take the CPA exam. For the most part, states are relatively uniform in
what they require in terms of semester hours, number of hours in business and
accounting classes and the student's grade point average.
You must know the number of semester hours of education
needed to qualify to sit for the CPA exam. All states require a minimum of
150 semester hours of education. 30 hours of graduate classes in accounting and
24 graduate hours business courses are required to be able take the CPA exam.
Another 3 hours dedicated to ethics is also a mandatory requirement.
A person must have the grades needed to prove they have a working
understanding of accounting practices and protocols. In most cases, state's
require at least a 3.0 grade point average to be able to sit for the CPA exam.
They also mandate at least 3.0 GPA must be carried in each accounting class to
ensure the student's understand the concepts and protocols they are taught.
The uniform CPA examination must also be taken before a student can sit for
the state required certification and licensing tests. The uniform CPA
examination is just what its name implies. It is a generalized form of the CPA
test that allows reviewers to determine if an applicant has the skills and
knowledge needed to take the final licensing and certification test.
While this seems like a lengthy process to reach your goals of becoming a
licensed accountant, it is one that thoroughly prepares you for the exacting
profession you are dedicating your life to. Meeting the requirements needed to
qualify to sit for the CPA exam proves you are adequately prepared and are able
to advance into the licensing aspect of the process. You are ready to take on
the world and assume the duties you have chosen to assume.
The Philippines Leads Asia When it Comes to Gender Equality
Learn how a developing country like the Philippines has become one of the
foremost hubs for gender equality, as visual artist Kiri Dalena sheds
light on the topic during the exhibition YOU HAVE EVERY RIGHT,
featuring the works of international contemporary female artists working with
video, painting, photography, media and technology to spark discussion about
real life situations. Kiri’s talk will be held at 2:00PM on March 8, 2013 at the
Ateneo Library for Women’s Writings.
DATE: March 8, Friday
VENUE: Ateneo Library for Women’s Writings, Ground Fl., Rizal Library, Ateneo
de Manila University
Save up to Php 3,000 with Fireworks of Vouchers today at 3PM
you missed Lazada Philippines’ February Fireworks of Vouchers
promo last February, then ready your mouse and fingers again because
the country’s online shopping mall will be holding another Fireworks
of Vouchers promo.
March 6-7, 2013, a limited number of customers will get to avail up
to Php 3,000 worth of discount on any Lazada purchase worth Php 4,000.
The voucher codes will be released at exactly 3pm; the first five customers
who checks out get to avail the Php 3,000 of discount voucher. Customers
number 6-20 get to avail Php 2,000 discount; customers number 21-50
get Php 1,500; customers 51-90 get Php 1,000, and customers 91-140 get
Terms and Conditions
may be availed for a minimum Php 4,000 worth of purchase from March
6-7, 2013 only.
codes should be used before checkout to avail the discount.
voucher codes are limited and can only be applied for the first one
hundred forty (140) customers.
employees up to the second level of consanguinity are not allowed to
participate in this activity.
How to use the voucher
among the wide range of products.
your voucher code in the “Apply your voucher code here:” section
at the bottom of the page and click “Use”.
in your personal details if you are a new customer, “Log-in” if
you are a returning customer.
My food last night in Le Coeur de France in Robinsons Galeria, I crave for pasta that day and I got disappointed when this fast food in Glorietta don't serve pasta on that day, so on my last destination, I got the idea to eat my dinner here in Le Coeur de France, I was with my sis and Raffy of www.digitalspidey.com, we enjoyed some good bread, coffee, pasta and some chats about ghosts hahaha.
I was about to order that Mediterranean pasta, they don't have a stock that night.
LADY OF LOURDES GROTTO Everyone knows this iconic stairs of the
grotto here in Baguio. Almost everyone who’ve been to Baguio dropped by here to
try the hundred steps of stairs and offer a prayer above to the Lady of Lourdes.
I remember back in the 80’s I went here with my family and climbed the stairs
non stop, me and my cousin race to the finish and its funny that we feel that
we’re going to die after tiring ourselves, I promised that I will never do that
I remember that I took 2 videos last Feb 26 and its the aftermath of my travel in Baguio, and then when I was about to edit those 2 videos into one video blog, the files for Feb 26-28 is still here in one folder but the two videos are missing. hmmm
I think I accidentally deleted the two videos, because I see two scrap videos still present here in my folder. That's weird...I know I clicked carefully on a file that needs to be deleted. But then the scrap file is still here after the file transfer from iPhone4s to my laptop.
weird.. I think my brain think too much.
Oh welll. here's night shot and a full moon I took last Feb 26th
MY GULAY RESTAURANT For the veggie eaters or people who want to skip
eating meat for a day, you can eat an all greeny veggie food and meal here in Oh
My Gulay restaurant, located at the top floor of La Azotea building in Session
Road. Our Baguio blogger and guide Vincent selected this resto for our taste and
try food session and also for us to eat our lunch. This resto is one of the gems
of Baguio City because they serve a good veggie meal and also the entire
restaurant is an art gallery made by Cordillera artist.
watching the the people of Benguet in full colorful costumes and dancing to
different music, our next tour is to check out the Panagbenga 2013 landscaping
competition. It’s a competition of flower and garden arrangement. The entries
were exhibited at the Burnham Park and around the entries of the landscaping
competition are some stores selling different kinds of plants, flowers and also
agenda of our tour is not about staying in the hotel, enjoying the food and view
of Baguio, one of the primary mission is to watch, attend and cover the
Panagbenga 2013 in Baguio City with the theme for this year is “A Blooming
Odyssey”. The Panagbenga aka Flower Festival was created back in the 90’s in
order to bring back Baguio’s shape after the city was damaged badly by the
earthquake. The business in Baguio City like hotels, restaurants, entertainment,
stores and etc got a little help from the festival to move on and rebuild its
beautiful city of the pines.