Young Entrepreneurs Society
The League of Young Entrepreneurs was first established in 2006 with Jennie Chua-Kao as its first president and Rowena Mae de Jesus, DBM as the Club moderator. At its early stages, the club’s activities were limited to joining business workshops under SIFE (Students in Free Enterprises) such as the 3-day bazaar as required under Practicum 2 along with the Marketing and Business Management majors. Aside from the limited activities and exposures, few number of Entrepreneurship students also proved to be one of the factors some of its activities were not feasible at that time. Moreover, during the time of Patricia Vergara, DBA as club president the number of LYE members started to increase. However, only few avenues where the club can organized entrepreneurial development activities and this is due to lack of outside partnerships and industry exposures.
In year 2012, The League of Young Entrepreneurs was eventually changed to Young Entrepreneurs’ Society. Mr. Joeffey L. Gomez, MBA the former Entrepreneurship Chairperson facilitated the partnership agreement with Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) which open up opportunities for the members to participate in seminars on capacity building and DTI sponsored trade fairs. In addition, he also established the Ateneo Entrepreneurship Incubation Hub which is now the avenue for the students to implement their food businesses.
In year 2018 to present YES President Ms. Maricar Boliver and Club Moderator and current Department Chairperson Raymond Sintos, DBM started to organized activities to showcase the innovativeness of its members such as Annual SBG product expositions and “Atin to” Entrrepreneurship Expo. They also continue to invite industry practitioners for skills and competency workshops and organize educational trips inside and outside the country for benchmarking and product ideation which attracted more students to join the program.
We, The Young Entrepreneurs Society – AdDU Chapter, exists to create and develop innovative minds for the future and sustainability of the equitable distribution of wealth in Mindanao, the Philippines, and the world.
We, The Young Entrepreneurs Society – AdDU Chapter, exists to aid our Young Entrepreneurs to pursue sustainable businesses that will offer innovative valueadded products and services; to practice social responsibility in all aspects; to advocate for environment-friendly practices, and to engage in social and environmental awareness.
Maricar J. Boliver
Internal Vice President
External Vice President
Assistant Secretary General
Public Information Officer
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ARTICLE IV – MEMBERSHIP
Section 1. Membership to the YES organization is open to enrolled first year, second year, third year, fourth year, and fifth year Entrepreneurship students of Ateneo de Davao University. However, membership to the organization is open to first year Entrepreneurship students of Ateneo de Davao University only after the preliminary term of the first semester.
Section 2. The admission of any member into the organization will be acted by a decision of the officers within ten (10) days upon the receipt of application.
Section 3. Accepted applicant will have to:
- Pay the membership fee that will be decided by the officers of YES – AdDU.
- Observe the rights and duties of members as stated in Article V. Section 4 Membership in this organization is for a period of one federation year and is renewed annually.
ARTICLE V – RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF MEMBERS
Section 1. The members of this organization shall have the following rights and privileges:
- The right to participate in the discussion in all general or special assemblies of the organization
- The right to be informed of any activities of the organization and to participate in such undertakings
- The right to vote and question any matter which may arise
- The right to inspect the records and financial reports of the organization at a reasonable place and time
- The right to be elected to any office in the organization
- The right to regress the grievances to the organization.
- The right to propose activities to be conducted by the organization
- The right to offer solutions or methods of improving the organization
Section 2. The members of this organization through their delegated class representatives shall have the right to participate in the discussion in all general and special meeting of the organization.
Section 3. The members of this organization shall have the following expressed duties and obligations:
- The duty to have full knowledge and to comply with the provisions of this constitution and other rules that may be promulgated by the officers
- The duty to attend assemblies whether general or special
- The duty to pay the membership fee and other such fees that may be due in accordance with this constitution
- The duty to attend and participate actively in all its activities and functions
- The duty to comply with any other requirements of the organization as agreed by the officers and majority of the representatives.
Section 4. The members of this organization, through their delegated class representatives, shall have the following express duties and obligations:
- The duty to attend meetings whether general or special
- The duty to inform the class about agreed discussions during meetings whether general or special.