Youth Development Division debriefing ceremony
Several individuals reported on their experience, when the Youth Development Division held yet another debriefing session for attachés of its just concluded Computer Literacy Programme who were on one-month job attachments at various business organizations across the island.
Programme Coordinator Matilda Popo Says this debriefing session should also serve as a motivator to other young people to enroll in the programme thereby creating employment opportunities for themselves.
One of the participants 17 years old Keron James described the Computer Literacy Programme as informative.
James who intends to pursue a degree in Information Technology at the Dominica State College before furthering his studies in engineer also described his experience on his first job attachment at Lands and Housing Division.
Another participant Tamisha Toussaint of Good Hope says she was pleased to have been provided with the opportunity to work at the Small Business Support Unit in the Ministry of Trade for four weeks.
Fortunately upon completion of the programme the Youth Division was able to secure job attachments for thirty-six (36) participants.