SIBOL: Youth Leadership Conference 2021″ — Kabataan, Umusbong at Tumindig sa Makabagong Panahon!

No one has to be “born a leader”; believe it or not, leaders can be MADE.

This coming February 27-28 & March 6-7, The Management Economics Society of The University of the Philippines Baguio is launching its first major event of the year, “SIBOL: Youth Leadership Conference 2021”—a series of interactive leadership talks for senior high school and college students around the Philippines, which aims to instill a deeper sense of leadership amongst the youth and to inspire a meaningful impact on society. 

Tune in via Facebook Live and listen to esteemed speakers Rep. Sarah Elago, Sonny Africa, Angelica Munar, Gab Campos, Handy Santoso, Mitzi Jonelle Tan, and with a special appearance by V.P. Leni Robredo as they provide critical perspectives vital for effective leadership practice.

Not only does the event serve as an avenue for learning, but also a way to give back to society. To conclude the event, an online benefit gig, “Himig ng Pagsibol”, will be hosted on March 13-14 for the benefit of Teach for the Philippines—a  non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality education to all Filipino children. Witness exciting performances-for-a-cause by rising Filipino artists.

SIBOL 2021 is brought to you by The MESoc, in partnership with sponsors UnionBank of the Philippines, Valley Bread, Convergent Experience Management Consulting Inc., Autoplus Parts Center, and Galo Mixes and Spices; online media partners, INQUIRER.net, SparkUp of BusinessWorld, WhenInManila.com, and ASTIG.PH; and partner youth organizations, Streets to Schools and ASEAN Youth Organization.

So the next time you doubt your leadership potential, we’re here to tell you: Nothing is imposSIBOL, even for YOUth!

See you there, future leaders. Habol na sa SIBOL!

Tune in via Facebook (@TheManagementEconomicsSociety) and follow them on Twitter (@TheMESoc) for more updates. Should you have any concerns/queries on the event, you may contact them through their email upbmesoc@gmail.com or contact Corinna Gabrielle A. Casas at 0920 914 9071.






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