Z-Club Activities

Talents for Change

The members of the Z Club of Childlink High School Cebu believe that every God given talent has a purpose and is a way to change the world if it is used in a positive way. The club joined the 16 days of activism of the International Zonta community by using their talents in poem writing and singing.

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“Let’s Help Each Other,” A Puppet Caravan on Gender Sensitivity

Since the beginning of June 2014, all the Z club members grouped themselves, made their individual puppets and scripts with the theme on how families can promote gender sensitivity. With the completion of these tasks, the club organized a contest so that the best-presented puppet show will be the emissary for the Z club’s advocacy on gender sensitivity for the community.

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“No Lipstick for Mother,” A Stage Play on Gender Sensitivity

The Z Club of Childlink High School Cebu presented “No Lipstick for Mother”, a stage play production with the theme on gender sensitivity last February 21, 2015 at the University of San Carlos Cultural Center, Cebu City. This play was made possible with the support of the Zonta Club of Cebu II and was attended by over 500 friends and guests.

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Zonta International Emma L. Conlon Service Awards 2015 Recipients

The Emma L. Conlon Service Award contest for Z and Golden Z clubs aims to recognize those clubs whose projects and programs best express the ideals of Zonta International and the Z and Golden Z Club Program through local and international service and advocacy to empower women worldwide.

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SCHOOL SERVICE: Peer Group Teaching

One key element in making education relevant to young students is when students of similar age provide sources of information, similar experience, and honest and meaningful information to each other. The Peer group teaching which started last August 11, 2014 allowed Z club students to share tips and activities on how they can improve test taking skills by inculcating in the students the value of time management. Sessions were administered for 40 minutes. This was followed by four sessions of the same goal. This activity was done in collaboration with the teachers for training and support.

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SCHOOL SERVICE: Preventing Bullying Through Character

The Z club of Childlink High School believes that the way to raise awareness and prevention of bullying is through character education. Last July 5, 2014, a seminar on Preventing Bullying Through Character was attended by all members and invited guests with the campaign slogan launched as Each Child is special. No one should be bullied. Posters were made during the seminar and promises were inked as advocates of peace by writing their messages on the tarpaulin board after the seminar. Posters were put in strategic areas in the school as a school wide campaign to prevent and stop bullying.

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SCHOOL SERVICE: 2nd Gender Sensitivity Seminar

To intensify the Z members knowledge and understanding of Gender Sensitivity, a seminar organized by the members was held last September 27, 2014 with the theme on The Impact of Teenage Book Choices in Addressing Gender Identities and Norms. A book author was invited and it was emphasized that equal opportunities for both genders are needed to develop their potentials to the fullest. Z members did a role play based on their understanding and scripts were also made by groups. This was rendered in the local language as preparation for their community dissemination activity on gender awareness and sensitivity.

COMMUNITY SERVICE: The Drop a Coin Project

In support of the Zonta Club of Cebu II Alimbukad Family Literacy Project, the Z club of Childlink High School launched the Drop A Coin project last July18, 2014. This project encouraged the entire school community to save their money so that they can donate books for the less privileged children. This is aimed at encouraging young children to be lifelong learners and improve literacy through parental support. The project has encouraged fellow students to be financially literate by saving what is left from their money saved for book donations to opening and continuing to save in their own bank accounts.

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