Business Support Programs


CAROL C. SMITH. MBA, PA

  • Bringing in coachable youth for potential employment
  • Monitoring the training programs to ensure success
  • Coordinating team’s coaching process
  • Placing On-the-job Training interns to work
  • Establishing linkages between the government, public and private institutions and their future workers through nternships and OJT’s

 


Roscon Foundation works in collaboration with the Professional Group of Companies to support start-up businesses, from incorporation stage to maintenance. It assists on the training aspects of the businesses through the assistance of some members of the PGC, one of which is Viceroy entrepreneurial Company, owned and operated by Conrad Alagaban, Jr., a director of the Foundation.

To learn more about this dynamic group of companies, please go to: www.professional-goup.net.

The Foundation, in its effort to support the government’s move to boost economy and help create jobs locally supports staffing and recruitment companies, namely: Dynamic Temporaries – now a subsidiary of its parent Corporation, Dynamic Synergy Resources, Inc. and Medical Link Staffing Services, a division managed by Blue Bonnet Worldwide Services, Inc., also a member of PGC.


The Mission

The program services of most non-profit organizations have changed dramatically over the years because of the economic recession. As such, the Foundation, in its effort to support its activities here and abroad have come up with projects that yield positive revenues. The Foundation’s focus for the year was to strengthen its recruitment of coachable young graduates for job placements, develop a testing program to assess their basic qualifications and determine the areas for improvement.

For additional information, contact can be established by posting your question at the contact us page of this website.​


Programs:

One director of the Foundation, Conrad Alagaban, Jr., Youth Program Services, was a strong volunteer of the organization. The Foundation assisted him in his corporate formation and have him coached through one of its Benefactors, Diamond Financial Services. Now he is the Managing Partner of Con Soleil Business Services and leads a company doing campaign services and various support services to small companies. He continues to support the Foundation and serves as anchor emcee on most of its events to raise funds. Conrad holds his functions at Viceroy Center where the Foundation holds its office among some of its benefactors..

Some Roscon scholars who graduated from Business College wanted to implement their entrepreneurial spirit by opening up small business through the Business Support Program of the Foundation. The first graduate of the Foundation opened up “DreamKraft Shoppe” (Business Proponent-2010) www.dreamcraft.asia

Strengthening the internship program of the Foundation by taking in fresh graduates from various courses in Texas and opening up a training program for them to learn their specific industry’s workforce requirements. A pool of trainers educate these graduates on their respective disciplines and team up with Dynamic Temporaries to place these workers. The placement fee to be donated to the Foundation will be used to fund the Internship Program’s transportation reimbursement plan.

The third program it has built in is supporting business start-ups by linking them with benefactors rich in venture capitalist contacts, like Diamond Financial Services (www.diamondfinancials.com) and The Cash Factor (www.thecashfactor.net) and their joint partners like People’s Fund, BBVA Compass Bank and some other capital providers who flex with their financial programs to help the business owners. This has been placed on hold in 2016 owing to the audit that questioned the difficulty of reporting the interest income produced by the joint ventures. As such, PGC took over these joint ventures and just donated straight to the Foundation.

Roscon joins festivals, events and charity movements in the sale of Filipino products and delicacies, its latest activity selling “Halo Halo” (Mix Mix) at the Traders’ Village with the volunteers. The proceeds of the volunteer work was ceded over to the Scholarship Fund of the Foundation.

  1. The Gregorian Raffle Draw held in March 2012 have funded the Aeta Livelihood Development Program in Paidyanan’s Girls’ Dormitory.
  2. The “Coach your way to Summer” held in March 2013 have funded the repair of the Boys’ Dormitory in the same area.
  3. This Livelihood Development Center is being supervised by the nuns of the College of the Holy Spirit (S. Sp. S. sisters) directly in coordination with Sistera Adora Molina and Sarah Yaco.

Bella Modeling School

Business Owner: Estela Trevizo,

Address: 1513 Viceroy Drive, Suite 121 Dallas, Texas 75235

Website: https://www.bellamodelingschool.com

Member: Professional Group of Companies

tel # (214) 315-2839

fax # (214) 879-0140

 

The Bella Modeling School Program is designed to build confidence and inspire our students to dream bid and pursue more. We focus on teaching the skill in Print Modeling(movement, facial expressions in front of the camera), runway and On-Camera speaking. On top of that we cover multiple topics, such as, skin care, makeup application, and fitness/nutrition. Our program is 5 months long, with classes held once a week, giving our student the opportunity to work and go to school. I feel that the skills they learn with us can be easily transferred into the professional world as well, not just the fashion/modeling industry. I have found that with increased confidence, my students look to pursue not only modeling, but things they are passionate about with clearer vision. I want to be able to extend this program to more people y providing a financial loan to help them with the costs of the school and allow them to pay it off for a longer period of time.

 

As an additional activity of the Foundation’s Business Support Program, as well as expanding its financial services program, the organization will joint venture with Bella Modeling School to provide ten-month credit accommodations or loans to deserving students to this School’s program. The finance charges will be minimal compared to regular business loans but it will provide the parents/students a reasonable period of time to pay on their courses, achieve their objectives and allow the Foundation to help the community.


True to its mission, “Taking care of people who take care of people”, Roscon Foundation has coordinated with a lot of its benefactors to provide the assistance community members need to achieve their goals.