UP-CGG shares its vision with the following media organizations as part of its objectives to develop future media practitioners:







UP-CGG was founded on July 14, 2002 by a group of mass communication students led by Broadcast Communication alumnus Ralph Guzman. Graduating cum laude in 2003, he now works for GMA-7 as a news reporter.


Until 2004, UP-CGG was dubbed as the ‘fastest-growing’organization based in the College of Mass Communication. It has then a total of 50 members who included not only mass communication students. There were also students who came from degree programs whose focus is on issues related to governance and society, such as Public Administration, Political Science, Statistics, and even Business Administration.


In 2005, the UP-CGG sustained its place in the College as both a university and college-recognized organization. This was the time when UP-CGG’s leadership was shared during the whole academic year by Broadcast Communication students Iona Joy Santos and Jazper Tiongson, who are now both working in their chosen fields in the mass media industry.


The year 2006 was seen to be a promising year for UP-CGG. Charissa Cortuna, a BA Communication Research student, led the organization as it braved the challenges it has faced. UP-CGG managed to tie up with other organizations in CMC, including the College Student Council, to continue fulfilling its mission.


Today, UP-CGG takes pride in its 22 members led by senior Journalism student Penelope Iole Endozo. They are all committed to projects in line with the organization’s thrusts and goals.






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