28, 2009, SMX Convention Center - The
Rotary Club of San Jose Tamaraw is proud to have in its roster a
Vocational Service Awardee in the person of Rtn. Letty Espiritu.
Rtn. Leticia "Letty" Espiritu, whose
classification is Educatiion, is a College professor of Occidental
Mindoro National College (OMNC). She was instrumental in launching
the first-ever Advanced Learning System (ALS) given for free to the
selected inmates of the Provincial Jail in Magbay, San Jose,
Occidental Mindoro. The Literacy Program, which started last August
2008, was voluntarily conducted by the members of the Teachers
Education Department of OMNC to provide a special learning program
for the Provincial Jail inmates to advance literacy and to promote
good conduct and behavior. Rtn. Letty was also a prime mover in
environment protection as she is the Overall Coordinator of Mindoro
Occidental Volunteers for Environment (MOVE).
RCSJ Tamaraw supported and instituted projects on
literacy and environment protection and conservation and Rtn. Letty
was an active participant in such projects.
The Vocational Service Award was presented to Rtn.
Letty Espiritu during DISCON 2009 last February 28, 2009 by District
Gov. Josie Ang.