Jamaican Teens close Island wide Educulture Tour

On Friday October 23, a workshop will be held at International University of the Caribbean, which will be the final event in the year long Children Must Be Seen and Heard Educulture .

75 Jamaicans will participate in the workshop which would be addressed by the exceptional teen motivational speaker from Trinidad and Tobago Choc’late Allen.

It will focus on teaching young people how to “Create a Vision to achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals and the OAS Human Prosperity Goals.

 Participants will consists of students from Student Council leaders, Jamaican Youth Ambassadors, Community Youth Organizations, UNIA the National Parent Teacher Association of Jamaica and the Ministry of Education Guidance and Counseling Unit.

The initiative is supported by UNESCO, NPTAJ, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade, National Council for Youth Development and Scotia Bank Ltd.

As a prolongation to Choc’late Allen’s 2008 “Children Must Be Seen and Heard” school and community tour of all 14 Parishes in Jamaica, the event is geared toward encouraging young Jamaicans to accept the challenge of “Creating a Vision” for their future prosperity.

Jamaican Teens close Island wide Educulture Tour

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