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DepEd ETUlay Mentor-Mentee Program (EM2P)

Attached is a copy of OUA-Memorandum 00-0821-0172 dated August 16, 2021, from the Office of the Undersecretary for Administration (OUA), DepEd Central Office, on the ETUlay Mentor-Mentee Program (EM2P).


The Department of Education (DepEd) through the Information and Communications Technology Service-Educational Technology Unit (ICTS-EdTech) will conduct its ETUlay Mentor-Mentee Program (EM2P) for the month of August 2021 (subject to the availability/schedule of the participant to avoid conflict in school activities).

This activity aims to promote volunteerism among teachers by encouraging them to join the ETUlay tutor volunteers. Also, this activity hopes to promote camaraderie and “Bayanihan spirit” among ETUlay tutor volunteers and the additional new volunteer tutors for SY 2021-2022.

Volunteer applicants may fill up this form https://tinyurl.com/ETUlayApply. The announcement of qualified tutor volunteers will be on 27 August 2021.

For questions and concerns on the above subject, please contact Mr. Mark Anthony F. Jamisal, Educational Technology Specialist, through email at markanthony.jamisal@deped.gov.ph or Mr. Mark Anthony C. Sy at email address mark.sy002@deped.gov.ph.

For immediate and appropriate action.


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