Graduates of 2016 Adult Education Program encouraged to take advantage of new employment opportunities
Graduates of the 2016 Adult Education Program were encouraged to take advantage of new employment opportunities to be materialized for Dominicans.
Last week, 300 people graduated from the Adult Education Program of the Ministry of Social Services, Family & Gender Affairs.
Ag Minister for Social Services, Family & Gender Affairs, Roslyn Paul, told the graduates although the employment situation in Dominica is challenging, they should take advantage of the entrepreneurship opportunities available, as well as position themselves for new employment opportunities.
The participants graduated from programs such as Parenting, Leadership Training, Caribbean Secondary Education Certificates and Entrepreneurial Skill courses.
Paul referred to the Adult Education as a second chance for the participants to become employable, marketable and independent.
Ag Minister for Social Services, Family & Gender Affairs Roslyn Paul
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