Welcome to NYC!

The NYC is a national government agency attached to the Office of the President. As part of efforts to reposition the NYC as the “Voice and Advocate of Youth”, a new agency logo was launched in 2012. The new NYC logo took on blue as the dominant color to project a more youthful and vibrant outlook. Still highlighted at the center is the letter “Y” to represent the Filipino youth, with an outstretched part appearing like a hand that represents the “willingness of youth to take the lead, to volunteer, to participate, and be part of the solution”. This change reaffirms and renews the Commission’s resolve to promote youth development at the national, regional, and local levels.


NYC's Policy Advocacy


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Youth participation in disaster risk reduction and management councils

Since Republic Act (RA) No. 8044 mandates and designates the NYC as the national youth arm, its presence in the NDRRMC will ensure that all knowledge materials will also be seen through the lens of the youth. Its network of youth organizations will also be able to receive information, thus prompting them to act efficiently and effectively during disasters.

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Increased accessibility and availability of youth in agriculture programs and services.

Noting the 16-Point Agenda of the current administration that recognizes “farms and rural enterprises as vital to achieving food security and more equitable economic growth, worthy of re-investment to sustained productivity,” 2012-2016 Philippine Youth Development Plan (PYDP) seeks involvement of the youth in agriculture and ensures their contribution to development.


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Sangguniang Kabataan Reform / Local Youth Development and Empowerment Act

The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) has been considered as a unique and genuine system of youth participation worldwide. However, the SK as an institution has been challenged by several allegations of corruption and inefficient governance.

Together with government and nongovernment agencies, internat ...


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Philippine Youth Development Plan

The 2011-2016 Philippine Youth Development Plan (PYDP) is a product of desk reviews and series of consultations on young Filipino's issues and concerns with representatives of youth and youth serving organizations. The youth's perception on issues, (outlined in Youth Attributes, Participation and Service Providers' or YAPS), that affect them have served as important inputs in crafting the MTYDP.

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News


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ASEAN Young Leaders Training Program in China

Disclaimer: The invitation from the organizer was sent to NYC only on February 14, 2017.   The deadline set by the organizer for submission of the final list of delegates...

CALL FOR APPLICATION: SSEAYP 2017

The National Youth Commission announces the start of the annual search for youth goodwill ambassadors who will join this year’s Ship for Southeast Asian and Japanese Youth Program (SSEAYP). Now on...

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: FIRST ASEAN UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL UNION CONFERENCE (JENESYS) IN JAPAN

Disclaimer: The invitation from the organizer was sent to NYC only on January 11, 2017. The deadline set by the organizer for submission of the final list of delegates is February...

GLOBAL YOUTH FORUM 2017

In support of the Philippines’ chairmanship of this year’s ASEAN 50th Anniversary celebration, the International School of Sustainable Tourism (ISST), in partnership with the Department of Tourism, the Department of...

Climate Strategies Accelerator

Attend fully funded trips in Asia and the United States of America What about? We are currently looking for changemakers who are interested to apply for the Oil Breakthrough Lab 2017. We...

Call for Participants: ASEAN Youth Workshop on Social Entrepreneurs

We are looking for five (5) Filipino youth, between 18-25 years old who will participate in the ASEAN Youth Workshop on Social Entrepreneurs from 22 - 26 January 2017 at...

NATIONAL YOUTH COMMISSION LAUDS FREE TUITION FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS IN 2017

A long- time dream has now come true. The National Youth Commission lauded the recent pronouncement that Filipino students will no longer pay tuition fees starting 2017 if they enroll at...

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: JENESYS 2016 Economics Batch 7 – Energy

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Please carefully read the instructions on how to apply. The NYC will not be responsible for lost applications or applications sent to the wrong email address. The Japanese Government, through...

FOLLOW TRAFFIC RULES, ENSURE SAFETY OF CHILDREN! Post A Sticker Campaign Launch

The National Youth Commission (NYC) with the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) lead the observance of the National Children’s...

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Our Programs


Youth Organization Registration Program (YORP), Technical Assistance to Youth Organizations

campaign for the registration of youth organizations (Section 10m of RA 8044); aside from the database and direct link-up also, the mandated function also includes capacity-building and monitoring as part of the reformulated framework of implementation


42nd Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program (SSEAYP)

Coordination of Other International Exchange Programs

administration and coordination of exchange programs (section 10h of RA 8044) to ensure youth participation in various functional cooperation events; post event participation involves feedback or transfer of knowledge/technology gained from the exchange program


Government Internship Program (GIP)

a program to address employability of young people through a 3-month internship; also provides stipend during internship as provided in Executive Order No. 139 (series of 1993)


Annual Search for the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO)

conduct of a nationwide search and recognition of outstanding projects by youth organizations; promotes youth participation by providing inspiration to youth groups in undertaking meaningful engagement in the community

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Transparency Seal

National Budget Circular 542, issued by the Department of Budget and Management on August 29, 2012, reiterates compliance with Section 93 of the General Appropriations Act of FY2012. Section 93 is the Transparency Seal provision, to wit:

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