The AKA Program is, at its core, a family program - it brings our community together and helps make our large organization feel a little smaller and personal!
By joining the AKA program, you’ll be signing up to be an ading (younger sibling) and/or an ate (older sister) or kuya (older brother). As an ading, you’ll be given one or more ates/kuyas to look up to, ask for guidance, and hang out with! As an ate/kuya, you’ll be given one or more adings to look out for and spend time with!
My AKAs are people I look up to, and I hope they can also look up to me. They motivate me to do better and make sure I’m satisfied in my life. I can’t express how much the AKA program is more than just a mentorship program. It’s your family that will stick with you even after you graduate and will always be there for you. (Denzel Ryan Cruz, Class of 2020)