Youthlink Writer: Lamando ShepherdOn March 14, 2017, our journey took us once more to the western sections of Jamaica, wherethe team got a chance to visit the Hopewell High school, and to gather information on what differsHopewell High from other high schools within the St. James vicinity. The day Commenced at a slow pace,but gradually gained momentum which made our experience a lot more memorable.
I truly want to expand the career possibilities for the young ladies in Queen’s School. I want them to see new avenues for them to be successful in life and to look at the breadth of subjects available with opened eyes and minds.”“More importantly I want them to meet women who are owning their leadership positions and transforming industries to instill that confidence in them in hopes that one day they will do the same,” concluded Reynolds.
Press ReleaseFor Immediate ReleaseThursday, May 4, 2017 Kingston, Jamaica: The students of The Queen’s School received sound career advice from dynamic female leaders in corporate Jamaica at its annual career day held on Friday, April 28.
Youthlink WriterChanel Spence The ending of another school year is approaching and YouthLink wants to wish all school-leavers thebest of luck on their examinations. With that said:As an upcoming graduate, judging the way times have changed, do you consider obtaining a degree tobe a vital addition that will allow you to live your dreams?
Logos Hope’s 400 volunteers from 60 nations wave their flags during the Annual Bow day.
Katalyxt does it again! A subsidiary of Mint Management and Finance Services Limited, presented the first round of Judging for the “Katalyxt Youth Innovators Competition” at the Jamaica Conference Center on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A strong turnout of participating schools made the atmosphere both interactive and electrifying while providing an avenue for students to share products/services to the team of judges.
< p>Mickella Anderson: Youthlink WriterIt has been a lifelong mission of the Reverend Dr James Gibbs to asssist children and young people, especially those who are often deemed as products of a 'system'. He told Youthlink, "It was the system that helped me and I have always wanted to give back to the system. I want to let these children realise that where I am today, I wasn't born like this, but I didn't allow the system to hold me back."
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11th Annual World Telecommunication and Information Society Day Video Competition launched in Jamaica