Young people with entrepreneurial spirits will get an intensive week-long crash course in business development and management skills training with CEBO – the Creativity for Employment and Business Opportunity. This partnership between the Ministry of Youth and CARICOM is entering a new cycle next week (Oct. 21-25). Youth Officer Nadia Cash tells us the program is still accepting aspiring entrepreneurs (between ages 18 and 29). Call her today at 502-0636 or just show up at Evangelistic Temple on Collins Ave. 8:30 Monday morning.
“In The News”, Prime Minister Perry Christie says BTC talks with CWC may be in limbo following the company’s announcement that CEO Tony Rice has resigned. We discuss.
And we get reaction to the DNA’s (ultimately rejected) offer to pay the FNM’s $2,500 bill for its recent reception at Government House for new Senator Carl Bethel, and reaction to the Customs/Immigration Union strike threat.
Plus we have our “Song of the Week”.
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