January 13, 2015
The Department of Youth and Culture (DYC) encourages young qualified Anguillians who are actively seeking employment, to consider providing national service through its YOUTH EXPOSURE programme.
Youth EXPOSURE targets graduates of secondary and tertiary learning institutions who are unemployed and have been actively seeking employment for over two years. The programme will provide opportunities for young people to give back and strengthen their Curriculum Vitae, while receiving on-going employability coaching and training.
All young persons who serve through the Youth EXPOSURE programme will be attached to public and quasi-government institutions for a period of 6 months and will receive a monthly stipend of One Thousand Eastern Caribbean Dollars (EC$1,000.00). The overall aim of the Youth EXPOSURE programme is to identify appropriate work placements for these young persons, and facilitate their entry into sustained employment.
Young Anguillians who are desirous to serve on the YOUTH EXPOSURE programme are encouraged to register through the Department of Youth and Culture immediately. Along with the completion of the requisite application form, all interested persons are asked to submit a Curriculum Vitae and two letters of recommendation.
For additional information on the Youth EXPOSURE programme, please contact the Department of Youth and Culture at telephone numbers 498-3792, 497-0969 or email Mrs. Janis Elijah at Janis.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Youth EXPOSURE Programme is a component of the Anguilla Service Corps. The Anguilla Service Corps is a Department of Youth and Culture initiative and part of the National Anti-Violence strategy. This initiative will be formally launched during Peace Week 2015.
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