1. To identify partner communities and schools, local government units, non governmental agencies, and people’s organizations for collaborative endeavors anchored on the University’s thrusts and advocacies towards educational development, economic sufficiency, health, safety and security enhancement, values formation and environmental preservation and protection.
  2. To involve school officials, faculty, staff, student interest groups and civic organizations in the community extension programs of the university in order to develop their sense of service and volunteerism.
  3. To provide an avenue for the transfer of values, knowledge and skills through trainings which address community extension services thrusts.
  4. To develop a sense of ownership of the programs among the members of partner communities and schools for sustainability of these programs.

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