CLUSTER HEAD: Katherine Culaba
SECRETARY TREASURER: Athena May Jean Carangan
The Sector-Based Cluster is home to seven organizations catering to various sectors of society. Through proactive social advocacy and direct involvement, we aim to develop our communities towards self-sustainability.
We work to empower youth and youth-oriented groups, public school students, Ateneo scholars, urban poor children, pediatric patients with chronic illnesses, persons with special needs, and abused girls and abandoned babies through the impact we create.
By engaging everyone in our advocacies through practice of our core competencies, we aim to make ripples of positive change whilst aiming to form passionate leaders with a vision of a better society for others.
The Sector-Based Cluster works for the development of sectors towards self-sustainability through proactive social advocacy and direct involvement.
The Sector-Based Cluster of 2015-2016 wishes to further communicate its various advocacies by deeply rooting its members in the organization’s identities and proactively fostering an environment for involvement to develop our impact on our sectors.
The SBC Portfolio is a compiled online and printed publication of the cluster featuring its seven organizations. It introduces the organizations: who they are, what they do, and what they stand for.
SBC Week is an event where the cluster and its seven organizations gather to promote their advocacies and campaign what it truly means to serve others in the context of what you can do best.
Best Practices and Contributions (BACON) Sessions
The BACON Sessions are activities where different organization leaders of SBC come together to share their experiences, thoughts, and lessons learned from leading their members and working with their partner sectors.
MVP 205, Ateneo De Manila University, Quezon City