Promoting the Lasallian dedication to service, CBAA extends its academic expertise to the economically disadvantaged youth and adults who wish to continue their education and earn a degree. Likewise, to the less fortunate families in Cavite Province and the neighboring provinces who endeavor to improve their way of life, by way of micro-financing, training and skills development for small-scale businesses.
This is pursued through the participation of the faculty members and students, as volunteers of DLSU-Dasmariñas outreach programs and the NGOs like the Livelihood Entrepreneurship Development Center (LEDC). Furthermore, as members of the Board, CBAA joins the LEDC in programs specifically: : pulong-pulong training program; skills training; marketing plan; and record keeping and auditing
|Free Evening Program - Offering of the CBA , Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Development
||1. To provide sound Christian education to the economically disadvantaged young workers and employees in Cavite
||Poor but deserving working youth are given opportunities to finish college education with free tuition
||This program could help depressed communities through it's holistic approach to develop destitute people to become productive
|2. To help the depressed communities through holistic approach in developing destitute people become productive members of our society
|3. To inculcate to the community the importance of sharing one's gift and resources to less privileged members of the community
|4. To instill to the people of the province that the University is living up to its mission statement of providing opportunities to the less fortunate
| 5. To provide workers and employees an opportunity to finish their college education
|Use of Pet Bottles in Build a House for a Green Living at GK Naic and Habitat for Humanity in Trece
||From discarded Pet bottles to durable construction materials, our student organization, DLSU-D Sife Team introduces economical flooring
||The savings of every twenty houses built using Pet bottles as a flooring mix is enough to make one low cost house, thus providing more housing opportunities for Filipinos because it lessens the quantity of gravel, sand and cement used for the actual construction.
||We were able to introduce to GK and Habitat a more economically and environment friendly means of building houses.The activity served as a venue for our students who have a head for business and a heart for the world to impart their time and talent to those who are in need.
|Cavite Techno Livelihood Caravan (CTLC)
||Although Cavite is included in the 10 least poor provinces in Luzon, it has a fast growing population because of the government resettlement programs. Due to this problem, CTLC otherwise known as Pangkabuhayang Pagsasanay sa Pamayanan was formed with Provincial Coop Livelihood Entrepreneurial Development Office with the active involvement of DLSU-D Sife providing some of the logistics and manpower during each activity (GMA, Silang, Trece, Imus)
||Provided alternative source of income to more than 500 Caviteños with only a small amount of capital required.
||Helping the people to maximize and enhance their entrepreneurial abilities for them to succeed in their life. The project serves as a training ground for them to become successful entrepreneurs in the future.
|Wishcraft – Win a Scholarship thru the Collection of Recyclables and Frequently Generated Trash.
||Business Management Department in partnership with Cavite Institute (secondary school located in Iba, Silang, Cavite) would like to initiate a department wide community service.
||The scholarship fund would be used to finance the informal education of selected juvenile delinquents and autistic children to given them the chance to succeed in life despite the obstacles and hard-ships in life. This will make quality education accessible to deserving students on a sustained basis.
||Different households learn to segregate their trash and understand the value of recycle, re-use, drastically cutting pollution as a result of better solid management practices and getting involved in the project carbon neutral of the national government.