They are Aaron Jay Frias and Jo-Mari Hierras of MAAP, Jovein Alcantar of College of the Immaculate Concepcion, Melanie Ang from Wesleyan University-Philippines, Leemon Araza from Dr. Yanga’s College, Mark Cajes from Araullo University, Bryan Boy Cortez from Baliuag University, Ronel dela Peña from Holy Angel University, Fernando Dosono Jr. from Mary the Queen College of Pampanga, Mary Heliane Fabian from Angeles University Foundation, Gerald Fontanoza from Tarlac State University, Reymond Galvez from Dr. Yanga’s College, Aelhyn Carol Lucero from Holy Angel University, Joan Mae Lugtu from Holy Angel University, Christopher Paulo Manlapaz from Republic Central Colleges, Mary Rose Pineda from Baliuag University, Carlo Magno Sagun from Tarlac College of Agriculture, Mary Jane Samson from Araullo University, Jasmin Lorraine Tan from Bulacan State University and Kenneth Alex Villanueva from Angeles University Foundation.
MAAP has been producing world class seamen since its establishment on January 14, 1998 at Kamaya Point, Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan
According to RFM Foundation President Marie Young, the purpose of the TOSP is to give recognition to those deserving young students and encourage them study harder to achieve academic excellence and meaningful leadership with a heart of serving the public based on the importance of integrity, love for the country and not for personal interest alone.
The lucky students will undergo a formation program in Baler, Aurora from April 24 to 27 where 10 finalists will be chosen who will become automatic candidates for the national search.
The Regional Awarding ceremony is set on April 29 at Heroes Hall, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.