The Young Economists Summit is set to blast off once again this 7th of March 2017 at the Miguel de Benavidez Auditorium, University of Santo Tomas High School Building from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm. Spearheaded by the UST Economics Society and Artlets Economics Society, the summit is envisioned to be a national platform to incubate, merge, and yield ideas as much as it is the annual flagship event of the partnership in their continued legacy of dynamism, intellect, and compassion.
Now on its 2nd year, the summit brings us to the front seat on a journey through “The Beginning of the Golden Age of Philippine Infrastructure.” The event aims to expose the young Economists and other students to the government’s plans for improving Philippine Infrastructure and the impact thereof. Together with the goals of the Duterte Administration, the summit’s purpose is to involve the youth in addressing the pressing issues related to the quality of Philippine infrastructure. The event is topped off with a case analysis session as a platform for the participants to voice out their opinions.
With these much to gain and not much to lose, should you really go or not? The answer: YES! Get to know Vivencio B. Dizon, President and CEO/Vice-Chairman of the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and other esteemed speakers as you go beyond borders and go for limitless learning. Register now and be part of our Ekonomista journey!
After registering at https://goo.gl/forms/fM83RJas3kWaSzls2, secure your slot by paying your registration fee of Php 80 for partner organizations, and PHP 100 for outsiders (inclusive of food, seminar kits, and certificate).
For Non-Thomasians Deposit to this BPI Account:
Mark Daniel I. Gaces
Then email the picture or scanned copy of the deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org
For Thomasians (UST EcoSoc or AES members), you may contact the following officers:
Mark Gaces +63 917 305 7165
Tricia Barba +63 915 971 8051
Annie Laurel +63 915 307 3078
Jude Basea +63 926 777 3840