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Impacting Youth Through Creativity
23 July 2017

Impacting Youth Through Creativity

Every Saturday morning, approximately 30 children from Parade Gardens and surrounding inner-city communities across Kingston can be spotted on the roadside doing art classes in locations including Fletchers Land, Franklin Town, Rae Town, Olympic Gardens, and Gold Street in a programme known as Art on the Street.


NEO Job Training Set to Reach 1 Million Latin American Youth
12 July 2017

NEO Job Training Set to Reach 1 Million Latin American Youth

Three years after its creation, the New Employment Opportunities (NEO) alliance is improving the employability of poor and vulnerable youth in Latin America and the Caribbean.


Skill Sets In The 21st-Century Workplace
09 July 2017

Skill Sets In The 21st-Century Workplace

If you were watching TVJ News recently, you would have seen a report discussing the fact that university graduates are having a difficult time finding employment after they have completed their studies.


Improving job opportunities for youth in Valparaiso
30 June 2017

Improving job opportunities for youth in Valparaiso

Chile has been one of the faster growing economies in the region during the last decade. However, like the rest of the Latin American and the Caribbean region, 50 percent of its businesses are struggling to hire qualified workers, especially for technical and operative positions. In parallel, 4.2 million youth, especially those in more disadvantaged situations, have unlocked potential and risk being excluded from economic grow.


NEO Initiative improves job opportunities for 150,000 youth in Latin American and the Caribbean
30 June 2017

NEO Initiative improves job opportunities for 150,000 youth in Latin American and the Caribbean

Today the leaders and partners of New Employment Opportunities (NEO) hosted a dialogue to explore sustainable, large-scale solutions to the challenge of youth employment in Washington, D.C. Notable speakers and panelists included Brigit Helms, General Manager of the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF); William S. Reese, President & CEO, International Youth Foundation (IYF); and Mary Snapp, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft.


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