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The Outstanding Young Men

THE OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN (TOYM)

2011 TOYM Theme

 

Download TOYM 2010 Nomination Form

The TOYM award is widely recognized as the country’s most prestigious recognition for young men & women whose selfless dedication to their field resulted to significant contributions to the country and our countrymen.

The TOYM is an annual project of the Junior Chamber International Philippines (Philippine Jaycees). This year’s search is made possible by the TOYM Foundation, Gerry Roxas Foundation, Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), Infinite Community Integrated Development Support (ICIDS), Manila Bulletin, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC).

The TOYM 2011 Search Working Committee is chaired by JCI Sen.  Josel N. Gaston.

HISTORY OF TOYM

The JCI Philippines (Philippine Jaycees) as an organization, has the following goal and mission: to contribute to the advancement of the global community by providing young persons with the opportunity to develop leadership skills, social responsibility and fellowship for a positive change. This goal or mission finds basis on the Jaycee Creed.

The Jaycee Creed, which is universal in its perception and exhortation, sees man not only in the light of what he is but what he can be. This precept proceeds from the principle that earth’s great treasures lies in the human personality, which must be developed in its wholeness. This recognizes with implicit faith in God gives its dimension.

The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Awards was initiated by the Manila Jaycees as a chapter project in April 6, 1959. Subsequently, the Philippine Jaycees formally adopted the project on a national basis on October 15, 1959, during their 11th National Convention in Baguio City.

In 1973, the Gerry Roxas Foundation co-sponsored the project, due to the similarity of its goal to promote leadership and exemplary innovation among the youth to address our nation’s development. On October 22, 1990, the TOYM Foundation was organized by past TOYM Awardees and Jaycee National Officers to provide support and continuity for the annual search.

In 1996, the TOYM Awards was changed to TOYF “The outstanding Young Filipinos” to give women equal exposure and emphasis in the search. However, women were already made an integral part of the search since 1984. In 1999, the name was reverted back to its original name of TOYM to preserve the sanctity of the awards, as the word “men “ does not intend to distinguish the difference in gender.

Over the years, the TOYM has become an institution, having developed a reputation for its selectiveness of outstanding young men upon whom the awards is conferred. TOYM seeks to give national recognition to young men and women between the ages of 18-40, whose selfless dedication to their profession or vocation has resulted in significant contributions to the welfare of their countrymen, as well as to the advancement of their fields of endeavor.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To recognize the outstanding achievements of our nation’s youth which have benefited the community and the nation significantly;
  2. To focus public attention and confer national recognition to these young men and women based on these outstanding achievements and contributions;
  3. To inspire others, especially the Filipino youth, with the recognition of these achievements and/or leadership of the TOYM awardees who have demonstrated vigor and enterprise in tackling the problems of society and offering solutions;
  4. To live the Jaycee Creed and consider it a good measure of performance by the awardees.

AWARDS CRITERIA:

  1. The nominee is judged by his outstanding leadership and excellence in his contribution to the cause of humanity. In essence, proof of nominee’s outstanding leadership and excellence in his field of endeavor and proof of nominee’s outstanding contributions to his fellowman constitute the basis for the TOYM Award.
  2. Nominee must have complied with all the rules governing nomination such as age, citizenship, etc.
  3. Nominee must nave engaged in his/her field of endeavor for a substantial part of his/her life with documented proof subject to verification by the TOYM search committee.
  4. Nominee must have been engaged in contributing to the cause of humanity for a substantial part of his/her life with documented proof subject to verification by the TOYM Search Committee.
  5. Filipino citizens (including naturalized citizens between the ages of 18 and 40) are eligible for nomination. Nominees must be aged of 40 or below by December 31 of the current year. Nominees must not be former TOYM awardees. By “Filipino” nominees must be either be:
  1. Those wherever born in the Philippines or in a foreign country.  In this case, the father or the mother may be a natural born or naturalized citizen of the Philippines or;
  2. Those, at the time his or her bid was received by the TOYM Committee, is a naturalized citizen of the Philippines and those who have elected Philippine citizenship or;
  3. Those despite having renounced his Philippine citizenship at the time his or her bid was received by the TOYM Committee has one or both parents who is/are citizen(s) of the Philippines or;
  4. Those despite living outside the Philippines as resident aliens or immigrants of another country, has one or both parents who is/are citizens of the Philippines.
  1. These annual awards are given to recognize the young men and women who have proven themselves worthy of honor and emulation based on the following criteria:
    1. Service to the community and/or to the nation – 40 points
    2. Professional excellence and integrity in their field of endeavor – 40 points
    3. Leadership, including moral rectitude, innovativeness and pioneering spirit – 20 points


Candidates can be nominated in the following fields:

Agricultural & Aquaculture
Plant Breeding and Generics
Agricultural Extension
Agricultural and Food Technology
Agriculture-Land Reform
Agriculture-Research
Agricultural Pest Control
Fisheries
Poultry Nutrition
Farm Management
Natural Resources Development
Soils Science
Agricultural Science
Animal Science
Natural Science
Others
Arts
Arts Painting
Arts-History
Sculpture
Music
Contemporary Music
Movie Industry
Concert Music
Arts & Culture
Fine Arts
Arts & Music
Theatre Arts
Others
Banking
Investment Banking
Development Banking
Domestic Banking
International Banking
Merchant Banking
Business-Merchant Banking
Investment Banking & Finance
Investment (Securities & Banking)
Others
Business
Entrepreneurship
Business Leadership
Business Administration
Commerce & Industry
Business Entrepreneurship in Pioneer Industries
Small and Medium Industrial Development
Business Management
Commercial Science
Others
Community Development
Regional Development
Youth Leadership Development
Rural Development
Countryside Development
Human Resources Development
Leadership in Social & Cultural Development
Youth and Communication Development
Cultural Communities
Humanitarian Service
Community Service
Others
Sports
Other relevant fields
History
Labor Administration
Cultural Anthropology
Others relevant fields  like History, Labor Administration, Cultural Anthropology

Others

Economics
Business Finance
International Finance
National Economic Development
Others
Education
Business Education
Social Education
Government Service
Military Service
Community Service
Countryside Service
Government & Public Service
Public Service
Public Administration
Government Science
Military Service
Journalism
Broadcast Journalism
International Journalism
Journalism and Literature
Public Service in Broadcast Media
Mass Media
Information System
National Communication
Others
Law
Law Practice-Legal Aid
Law-Public Office
Human Rights
Political Science
Political Leadership
Activism
International Amity
Humanitarian Service
Others
Literature
Medicine
Rural Medicine
Veterinary Medicine
Cardiac Surgery
Pediatric Surgery
Colon & Rectal Surgery
Medical Science
Others
Science & Technology
Engineering Science
Geological Science
Entomology
Anthropology
Biochemistry
Nuclear Energy
Surveying
Iron & Steel Engineering
Structural Engineering
Architecture
Human Settlements
Others

For inquiries :
You may call JCI Philippines at (0632) 373-7907 to 09 / TOYM Foundation at (0632)376-2853  E-mail : NOM@philjaycees.com


2009
Education Canon-Abaquin Mary Joy
Democracy and Human Rights Advocacy Alampay Jose Roberto Alday
Career Executive Service Velasco-Allones Ma. Anthonette
Arts/Fashion Design Laurel Raymund Joseph “Rajo” Teves
Maritime Health Prisno Eliseo Lucero
Broadcast Journalism Morales-Reyno Maria Victoria “Vicky”
2008
Science & Technology Alfonso Antonio
Community Service Bernardo Rex
Agricultural Science Cumagun Christian Joseph
Broadcast Journalism Davila Kristin Karen
Ecotourism Durano Joseph Felix Mari “Ace”
2007
Broadcast Journalism David Kara Patria
Government/Public Service Ejercito Joseph Victor “JV”
Military Service Espino Giemel
Disaster Management Golez Anthony Rolando
Business Leadership Mendiola Dennis
Religious Service Suarez Fr. Fernando
Community Service Tiangco Tobias Reynald
2006
Arts/Sculpture Cacnio Michael Allen
Medicine/Child Protection Castillo Mariella
Medicine/Community Service Consunji Rafael Isidro Gerardo
Sports Garduce Romeo
Business Entrepreneurship Hernandez Louie Benedict
Journalism Hizon Federico “Rico”
Sports Oracion Heradio
Government Service Quimbo Romero
Medical Science( Microbiology) Rivera Windell
Community Service Sanchez Eugenio Isabelo Tomas “Bo”
Education Soliven Samuel
Education/Business Entrepreneurship Tan Vivienne
2005
Arts & Entertainment Bunagan Beethoven “Michael V”
Aquaculture Cruz Paul Felipe
Social Entrep/Community Service Diaz Illac Angelo
Government Service Escudero Francis “Chiz”
Community Development Herbosa Edgardo
Medicine Marcelo Alvin Valeriano
Science & Technology Ungria De Maria Corazon
2004
Government/Public Service Bonoan Emmanuel
Medicine Del Rosario Jose Jonas
Broadcast Management Flores Marissa
Plant Breeding and Genetics Gregorio Glenn
Urologic Surgery Lapitan Maria Carmela
Art and Culture Lico Gerard Rey
Environmental Law Luna Maria Paz
Sports Pacquiao Emmanuel “Manny”
Arts/Movie Pangilinan Sharon Cuneta
Business Tantoco Bienvenido “Donnie”
2003
Psychology & Education Bernardo Allan Benedict
Entreprenuership Bernardo, III Franciso Enrique “Jay”
Agriculture (Animal Breedng/Genetics) Bondoc Orville
Arts-Design/Entrepreneurship Cobonpue Kenneth
Literature Gatmaitan Luis
Tourism Management Gregorio Patrick “Pato”
Literature Nadera, Jr. Victor Emmanuel “Vim”
Community Service Ong John B.
Vascular Surgery Quintos II Ricardo Jose
Agricultural & Food Technology Tan Lyndon Co
For more the list of honorees, visit www.toym.org

SPONSORS:

Presentors:
JCI-Philippines

Co-Presentors:
TOYM Foundation, Inc.
Gerry Roxas Foundation
Mercedes Benz
RCBC

Major Sponsor:
Penshoppe
Victor Uy Foundation

Minor Sponsor:
Leyte Agri Corporation
ByDBeez Inc.
Magnificat Ventures Corporation

Official Ad Agency:
Eggshell Advertising

Official Outfitters:
Dels Apparel
Islands Souvenirs

Media Partners:
PEP Group Publishing
SPACE, WOFEX, Blush

 





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