ASEC is made up of 4 departments where tasks are delegated in order to function efficiently.HUMAN RESOURCES
is responsible for organizing activities within the organization, in charge of the organization’s correspondence within Ateneo, and shall facilitate formation, evaluation, and training of ASEC members.OUTBOUND STUDENT EXCHANGE
is the new branch of ASEC that deals with the preparation and process of sending students abroad. The branch prepares students to be proficient in sharing our culture with students of other countries. OSE also organizes the Japan-Philippines Exchange Program which sends two qualified ASEC members to SISEC, a partner org in Sophia University which is located in the heart of Tokyo.
OSE is also continuously searching for partner orgs and schools that can be possible destinations of ASEC members in the future. In other words, the entire branch is ASEC's PR to the rest of the world, and while it can be difficult at times, it is very fulfilling.INBOUND STUDENT EXCHANGE
is responsible for providing support and assistance to inbound (both local and foreign) students, guests, and delegates. The department is also responsible for promoting to the inbound student exchange the richness and diversity of the Philippines. The ASEC-OIP affairs will be handled by the OIP Liaison under this department. The department is also responsible for the organization’s correspondence with local cultural offices and organizations and in coordinating functions and activities for foreign and local guests.
FINANCE AND MARKETING
Is in charge of handling all of ASEC’s finances to ensure a positive account balance of the organization’s funds. It will also provide project managers with the necessary skills to handle all financial and marketing aspects of their respective projects. This is the go-to committee when it comes to finding, contracting and encouraging sponsors for various projects of all departments.