Rappler is on the lookout for talented and dedicated students who don't mind getting their hands dirty and their feet wet
The National Schools Press Conference is the top competition for all young campus journalists across the country. Here is why every NSPC participant is both excited and anxious at the same time.
I am grateful for getting the opportunity to learn from the different people I have met during the internship and to work on stories that have, in some small way at least, sparked conversations
'We hope other countries, not only the Philippines and Cambodia, can prepare for and minimize risks for any kind of disaster'
'I wondered if I would find my inner Lois Lane or if I would even find other Lois Lanes in my internship. But it turned out to be entirely different.'
'In both Cambodia and Philippines, we are optimistic about the future, yet every single youth just needs to do more to make our collective future brighter'
'It is definitely true that our stories have the ability to change people's lives'
The walk raises awareness on pedestrian safety, especially for those who live in the city and for drivers who are often not mindful of the harm they can cause when they over speed or disobey traffic rules
A photo exhibit, entitled 'Uncharted: MDM 2015 Goes Off the Beaten Track,' show the experiences of the Master in Development Management (MDM) class of 2015 during their immersion in 9 different provinces
'One of the many important things I learned during this internship is something about time and its crucial role in this field – it can be both your friend and enemy'
A Rappler intern talks about the importance of being engaged in civil society projects and initiatives in order to create a better Philippines
One of Rappler's youngest interns shares her experiences during her stint as a researcher
'You have to make a decision: will you serve the people, or will you burden them?' the Manila Archbishop tells new graduates of the University of the Philippines-Manila
The country's fight against poverty still has a long way to go, but do the success stories of some of the conditional cash transfer grantees indicate that the government is on the right track?
How we drive is a reflection of ourselves – if we respect others, others will respect us, too.
Although people from both countries value education dearly, this value is manifested in different ways
Here are 8 quick facts about the United Nations that you may tweet or post on this special day
Three Southeast Asian students in the Philippines share tips on how to successfully apply for a scholarship
I left Cambodia almost two months ago to take the Rappler internship in the Philippines and chase my passion for journalism
For many Overseas Filipino Workers, NAIA Terminal 1 is a place for meaningful hellos and good-byes
Two Cambodian Rappler interns share their first impressions of Manila and Filipinos' way of life
A night of cultural performances is organized by the International Students' Association of the University of the Philippines Los Baños
People say that in this fast-paced age, one needs to pause once in a while. Well, some people took it literally
Though many Cambodians choose to work in the Philippines, most of them don’t last too long because they feel lonely
After getting past the first hurdle which is UPCAT, select students will be given the chance to experience the ups and downs of UP life
Filipino break dancer is champion in the regional finals of the R16 Korea World B-boy Masters Championship
According to UNESCO, we rank 5th among countries with the most out-of-school children in the world
Rappler did not only help in honing my skills in writing, it also helped in molding my character
The kind of people at Rappler are thirsty for change and believers in the power of citizen journalism
Because of Rappler, I realized that I can do so much more and that I can be so much more than what I am today
At night, the war room was a big pressure cooker, everyone was working so fast.
'Because of this internship opportunity, I was able to experience what was waiting for me after graduation.'
I couldn’t have picked a more opportune time to be a Rappler intern than during midterm elections
Quezon City scholars conduct voters' education seminars in different communities
NUJP celebrates journalists 'who stand against media kilings and soar high for a freer press'
Rappler’s citizen journalists nationwide converge for a workshop in preparation for election coverage
'In math, you’re taught to solve non-conventional problems...Future leaders are formed the same way, by training [and] by excellence'
The inaugural ride of the country’s first guideway transit system gets off to a rocky start
University of the Philippines hopefuls have waited for almost half a year for the online release of the UPCAT results for academic year 2013-2014
Lordei's intermittent memory and occasional tantrums are results of the damage done to her hypothalamus from the attack
Student achievers will be part of a 5-day conference that will involve listening to keynote speeches, debating with their co-scholars, and learning all about the US presidential campaigns
I realized that journalism is not just a profession – it is a concrete way of effecting social change
Activist Ric O'Barry wants consumers to stop buying tickets at ocean-themed parks where dolphins are held in captivity
'Mass media is a virtual reality that we use to isolate ourselves on our terms,' says director Joey Reyes during the TEDxDiliman event over the weekend
The spirit of the bayani lives deep inside all of us. Our country has progressed not on the abundance of its natural resources, but on the strength of its heroes.
I never could have guessed what exactly an impact one exam would have on my life. That flimsy sheet of paper was my ticket to experiences I would not trade for all the money in the world
Contractuals numbered 445,020 in 2010, usually commissioned for a project that will take them in for a short period of time. But for them, there is neither stability nor security of tenure.