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Week from February 6th to 12th PDF Print E-mail

+ Youths equipped to embrace Job and Career Fair
Over 200 youth will now use their newly sharpened skills when they meet with prospective employers today, February 9th at the Ministry of Education and Culture’s Job and Career Fair to be held at the Multi-purpose Sports Complex.

+ Students at Jost Van Dyke School obtain closer look into tourism industry through Tourism Education Programme
Primary and secondary school students from the Jost Van Dyke School participated in a tourism education presentation carried out by the BVI Tourist Board on the 25th of January.

+ ESHS hosts annual career expo and college fair next week
Students of the Elmore Stoutt High School will be exposed to a variety of career choices when the school hosts its annual Career Expo from February 13–16 under the theme, “Pursuing Purposeful and Profitable Productivity: Transferable Skills—The Road to Survival.”

+ MCW partners with ME&C on youth employment initiative
Minister for Communications and Works, Honourable Mark Vanterpool pledged his commitment to institute an apprenticeship programme for young persons as part of the youth employment drive during the job fair opening ceremony that took place this morning at the Multipurpose Sports Complex under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Culture.

+ Premier tells employers to give youth a chance
Premier and Minister for Finance Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE has thrust his weight behind the Youth Unemployment Register (YUR) initiative encouraging employers to assist Government with building a productive and sustainable Virgin Islands.


+ Water Youth Tree For National Growth
If we want to create an economy-friendly environment then the number one focus must be on the youth. New solutions and ideas, even for job creation, will come from them; and if we are desperate for change as a nation, then we must be willing to change with the times.

+ Swallowfield Chapel providing ‘backative’ for youth
One Corporate Area church is intensifying its commitment to transform the nation, with emphasis on its youth — “one life at a time” — and has swung its doors open for corporate Jamaica and individuals to help in their national transformation programme.

+ Student ‘marriage’ at school said to be far-fetched
KEY education stakeholders are throwing cold water on reports that two students got married in an unprecedented ceremony, said to be witnessed by teachers, at the Bog Walk High School, St Catherine.

+ Jamaica Pays Dearly For Youth Crime, Says UN Report
Youth crime is costing Jamaica billions of dollars each year and choking the life out of the economy.


+ 235 students apply for study financing
A total of 235 students have applied for government study financing to pursue tertiary studies for the upcoming academic year.

+ Capitales invest in St. Maarten youth
Members of the Quebec Capitales of the Canadian-American Professional Baseball League are on St. Maarten to conduct a series of free youth clinics and an open try out for the team.


+ 50 students locked out
More than 50 students were locked out of the Mt Hope Secondary School yesterday morning on the instructions of the principal for their late arrival to school which resulted in them milling around outside the compound unsure of where to go and what to do.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 February 2012 )
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