PGrad Class of 2024

PGrad Class of 2024 The Philippine Consulate General in New York reminds all that the registration for the 11th Annual Philippine Graduation and Mentorship Program for Class of 2024 is open until Wednesday, 17 April. To register, scan the QR code or click: https://shorturl.at/druJ3 

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Updated Registration Deadline for 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour

Updated Registration Deadline for 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour Check out the newly UPDATED registration deadline for the 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour! The deadline for registration is now May 20, 2024. Embark on this unforgettable journey of breathtaking vistas and vibrant landscapes for this year’s destinations — Manila, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, Bukidnon, and Iligan. For more information, please scan the QR code or visit https://bit.ly/4as6Iaf.

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New York PCG champions Filipino talent and creativity at FILIPINXT Press Conference

New York PCG champions Filipino talent and creativity at FILIPINXT Press Conference Mr. Rob Mallari-D’Auria and Mr. Bessie Besana, founders of Manila to Manhattan, answer the questions of host Miss Earth 2015 Angelia Ong during the Q & A segment of the FILIPINXT press conference. (Photo by: Selwyn Tungol) As part of its efforts to elevate Filipino talent and culture internationally, the Philippine Consulate General in New York has partnered with Filipino organization Manila to Manhattan in organizing the New York press conference for FILIPINXT. Held at the Philippine Center New York on 05 April, the event marked a milestone in promoting the richness of Filipino creative industries to a worldwide audience. FILIPINXT: A New Era of Philippine Fashion is envisioned as a platform for Filipino fashion designers to showcase their talent to the international market by staging a runway show in New York, one of the world’s fashion capitals. Spearheaded by Filipino fashion designer Bessie Besana and Filipino-American entrepreneur Rob Mallari-D’Auria, this initiative seeks to bridge Filipino creativity with international opportunities, emphasizing the Philippines' role as a burgeoning hub for fashion and art. During the press conference, the two founders of FILIPINXT shared their inspiration and vision with the global community.…

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Consulate Saturday, 13 April 2024​

Consulate Saturday, 13 April 2024 The Philippine Consulate General in New York is pleased to inform the public that the Consulate will be open on Saturday, April 13, 2024, to deliver passport and overseas voter registration services from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Philippine Consulate General in New York.

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PH Consulate hosts New York leg of FYLPRO Magiting Roadshow​

PH Consulate hosts New York leg of FYLPRO Magiting Roadshow Consul General Senen T. Mangalile (center), Vice Consuls Paolo Marco R. Mapula, and Cathe Ryne Denice S. Aguilar (leftmost), along with the alumni and volunteers of the Filipino Young Leaders Program (FYLPRO). (Photo by FYLPRO) The Philippine Consulate General in New York hosted alumni, volunteers, and prospective participants of the Filipino Young Leaders Program (FYLPRO) for the New York segment of the FYLPRO Magiting Roadshow on 03 April at the Philippine Center.   FYLPRO is a distinguished leadership initiative that empowers exceptional Filipino Americans to enact positive change. It fosters a network of dynamic leaders committed to promoting the interests of the Filipino diaspora and participating in global dialogues on diversity and leadership. The event offered an invaluable chance for Filipino American youth to connect with FYLPRO members, alumni, and partners; discover FYLPRO's initiatives; and gain insights into the FYLPRO 2024 program. Testimonies from the Speakers (L to R): Ms Rachelle Ocampo, Alumna, FYLPRO Immersion Program, Ms Sheena Faye Garcia, Doctoral Researcher, NYU, and Ms Kathleen Mallari, Alumna, IMPACT! Program Alumna. (FYLPRO). (Photo by FYLPRO) Consul General Senen T. Mangalile expressed enthusiasm about the event, stating, "I commend FYLPRO for gathering a remarkable community of dynamic and passionate young Filipino…

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Updated Package Rates for 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour

Updated Package Rates for 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour Check out the updated tour package rates for participants flying from New York for the 2024 Very Important Pinoy (VIP) Tour!The deadline for registration is on 12 April 2024. Registration may be done online at bit.ly/4960En9.For the full itinerary and other information, please visit the 2024 VIP Tour official website at viptourphilippines.com.

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NEW YORK PCG SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON THREE FIL-AMERICAN WOMEN TRAILBLAZERS IN AN EVENING OF DISTINGUISHED WOMEN

NEW YORK PCG SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON THREE FIL-AMERICAN WOMEN TRAILBLAZERS IN AN EVENING WITH DISTINGUISHED WOMEN The Evening with Distinguished Women is an annual event held by the Philippine Consulate General in New York celebrating the contributions that women of Filipino ancestry have made to the community-at-large. As part of its commemoration of Philippine National Women’s Month, the Philippine Consulate General in New York held “An Evening  with Distinguished Women” on 21 March 2024 at the Kalayaan Hall, Philippine Center with the theme ““Lipunang Patas sa Bagong Pilipinas: Kakayahan ng Kababaihan, Patutunayan!”  The annual event coincided with the celebration of Women’s History Month in the United States.   In his opening remarks, Consul General Senen T. Mangalile noted the indispensable nature of the contributions of women to national development even as he highlighted some of the success stories in the Philippines that show women empowerment and gender equality.   The Consul General acknowledged the energy, enthusiasm and dynamism of women in the Filipino diaspora, and gave particular mention to the exceptional women honored that evening who had excelled in their chosen fields in science, public service and education.  This year’s honorees are:   Sheila Estacio Dennis, Co-founder and Lab Director,…

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NEW YORK PCG HOSTS UNITY IFTAR AT THE PHILIPPINE CENTER

NEW YORK PCG HOSTS UNITY IFTAR AT THE PHILIPPINE CENTER Unity Iftar event at the Philippine Center. Maghrib Prayer led by Sgt. Mohammad A. Latif of NYPD (Photo by Maria Annette F. Aquino-Herrera) The Philippine Consulate General in New York hosted the Unity Iftar event at the Philippine Center on 19 March. Over 70 guests were in attendance, including representatives from Filipino community organizations, the New York Police Department, various departments of the New York City government, and Filipinos from diverse backgrounds, both Muslim and non-Muslim. The event was organized in partnership with the Kinding Sindaw Heritage Foundation, Inc., and it aimed to promote unity and solidarity among Filipinos of all faith traditions. During the event, Consul General Senen T. Mangalile welcomed the participants and highlighted the shared values that unite all Filipinos, regardless of their religious beliefs. Everyone was urged to work together in helping others overcome barriers, address inequality, and ensure that all Filipinos can benefit from the promise of Bagong Pilipinas. This year marked the 8th edition of Post’s annual Unity Iftar event, which has become a significant communal gathering during the holy month of Ramadan. It provides an opportunity for Filipinos to come together in solidarity…

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JOB VACANCIES: ONE (1) BUILDING MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL/HANDYMAN

JOB VACANCIES: ONE (1) BUILDING MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL/HANDYMAN The Philippine Consulate General in New York invites all who are interested and qualified to apply for the position of Building Maintenance Personnel/Handyman. The successful applicant will perform the following tasks: - Inspection of the building and its common areas, elevator, sidewalk, yard, and main entrance. - Maintain cleanliness and proper housekeeping and disposal of garbage & recyclables, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. - Implementation of all Training Manuals necessary for the upkeep of the building. - Building maintenance and repairs, which include, among others, simple carpentry, plumbing, and electrical work. - Respond promptly to emergency calls and take the necessary actions to ensure the safety and security of the building and its occupants. - Serve as point person for all occupant-related issues; and  - Perform any other duties reasonably necessary for the proper maintenance and operation of the building. The position requires reporting at the Consulate for five (5) days a week and for a minimum of eight (8) hours of service per day from Monday to Friday.   The prospective applicant must:  (a) possess the relevant work experience;  (b) be a US citizen or holder of a permanent resident card;…

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