26 results for National-Youth-Serv in Jamaica
 
 

The Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Foundation works with internal and external partners to identify, develop and provide technical and financial support to projects and programmes that focus on issues relating to rural development, health, housing, education, youth, community, crime and safety. Read more......Read less

 
 

Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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The Human Employment and Resource Training Trust, National Training Agency are known to most Jamaicans simply as ‘HEART’ is a key driver on Jamaica’s road to development . Formed in 1982 and restructured by the amended HEART Act in 1991, the Organisation focuses primarily on stimulating economic growth and job creation. This can only be achieved through the creation of a highly skilled, productive and competitive workforce.

The HEART Trust/NTA operates 29 Technical and Vocational Education and Training locations which focus on providing a variety of training options to all Jamaicans seeking to advance their career options. With programmes geared at transforming the lives of school leavers as well as employed persons who require training and certification, HEART Trust/NTA is active in engaging members of the society. Begin your career, gain work experience and build your business idea with the HEART Trust/NTA!.

On-the-job training that is anchored to set learning outcomes and deliverables
School leavers training opportunity programme
Employability (social) skills development and reinforcement....
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike. Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment.

Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Missionary Church Assn In Ja exists to glorify God by reaching the lost through world evangelization, bringing believers to Christian maturity, and equipping for service and f ellowship in Christ's Church. Missionary Church Assn In Ja is an association of strong local congregations committed to, and involved in world evangelism and social outreach. Missionary Church Assn In Ja embraces the Holy Scriptures as the source of inspired authority for faith, life and ministry. Read more......Read less

 
 
 

The Jamaica 4-H Clubs was established in April 1940 as a merger between the juvenile arm of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) and the Jamaica Welfare Limited, now known a s the Social Development Commission (SDC). The Clubs was formed as a means of imparting specialised training to youth.

The Organisation is a Statutory Body funded through Central Government under the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries. The effective implementation of programmes and projects required to achieve the Organisation’s mission is facilitated through partnerships with Public and Private Sector agencies as well as International Organisations. This mix provides financial support through grants, donations, bursaries and scholarships as well as technical support.

The Clubs is an amalgamation of parish organisations operating under the Jamaica 4-H Clubs Act, 1966 and the Jamaica 4-H Clubs Regulations, 1972. The Regulations of 1972 establish the Area Advisory Councils (Parish Advisory Councils) and the Island Advisory Council (IAC), and sets out their functions, memberships, officers, and general operating guidelines. The Jamaica 4-H Clubs Act, (1966) establishes the Board of Management, functions of the Board, as well as guidelines related to Funds and Resources of the Board, Borrowing Powers, Appointment of Officers and general operating procedures.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide.

Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike. Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment.

Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.
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The Cardiff Hotel & Spa is nestled amidst the hills of Cardiff Hall, Runaway Bay, St Ann.

We are ideally located within 45 minutes of the Donald Sangster and Ian Flemmi ng International Airports and are within close proximity to some of Jamaica's most beautiful attractions. The Cardiff Hotel is a hidden treasure, whether you seek a secluded hideaway, an intimate setting for your special event or a professional atmosphere for your corporate engagement.

Green Globe Certified property observing environmentally standards.
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In 1973, the Government of Jamaica (GoJ) formed the National Youth Service (NYS) to help with manpower needs in various sectors of the economy as well as to help school leaver s develop a sense of nationalism and proper socialisation. According to Mrs. Heather Murray, Principal of the Hampton High School, “In those days, you served without any travelling been refunded because it was serviced for the sake of service and it was from a service that I learned from those whom I served.” Since then, young people, ages 17 – 24 years, have been equipped with the necessary life coping skills needed to foster their personal and career development as well as enhance their contribution to community and national development.

The programmes offered at the NYS focuses on Volunteerism, Character Development and Work Experience and include programmes such as the Corps and Summer Programmes.

THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT

The change in the global environment has reshaped the strategic fram ework of the National Youth Service (NYS) and has forced the organisation to fulfill its mandate through various methodologies. In the past, individuals would have completed NYS programmes harvesting only a certificate of participation. However, in an assessment conducted by Darrell M. Hull, Ph.D., he recommended that the NYS Corps programme should be aligned with the National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) standards offered by HEART Trust/NTA, and credit provided to participants when their training matches these standards. As such, in 2010, the NYS undertook a new initiative: to certify participants in their area of training in order to enrich their developmental experience and prepare them for the competitive labour market.

Following this decision, at least 290 National Youth Service (NYS) trainees turned the pages of success, in dealing with the weaknesses which exist in the procurement and distribution of textbooks in high, junior high and all-age schools. In 2011, through t he Textbook Management and Support Aide programme was developed to train students in assisting with the management of the textbook process in schools. Participants within the programme have helped the Media Services Unit of the Ministry of Education to collect for redistribution some $350 million worth of government-issued textbooks, packed in storerooms in Schools Island wide. In the same year, the organisation commenced training for their Teacher’s Assistant Programme which total of four hundred and twenty eight (428) participants trained to effectively support teachers and administrators in: Special Educational Institutions, The Alternative Secondary Transitional Education Programme Centres (ASTEP) and The E-Learning Centres.
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The Ministry of Education (MoE) is the government entity responsible for the management and administration of public education in Jamaica. The Ministry of Education was first established in 1953, as the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare. Currently, the MoE carries out the Government of Jamaica’s mandate of ensuring a system which secures quality education and training of all citizens of Jamaica in order to optimise individual and national development. The MoE provides the avenue for enrichment and upward mobility of our people though education. The organisation is one of Jamaica’s largest public entities and is comprised presently of 11 agencies, six Regional Offices, and a central office with approximately 40 units which fall under 5 divisions. These unite to provide the framework for the efficient functioning of over 1,000 public educational institutions that serves over 100,000 students and over 20,000 teachers. The Ministry of Education is also responsible for two public universities and several community, multidisciplinary and teachers’ colleges.

Core Roles and Functions The Ministry’s role of effectively managing the education system is accomplished through the execution of functions carried out by its divisions and agencies. Among these functions are:

• Planning, developing, and implementing educational policies and programmes

• Monitoring and evaluating the performance of locally and internationally funded projects and programmes

• Maintaining an efficient system of collecting, collating, analyzing and presenting current and accurate data on quantifiable educational indicators to meet local demand and international standards

• Developing and supporting programmes, services and activities geared towards personal and national development

• Providing guidance in financial management for all educational institutions and affiliated agencies.

Mission Statement: To provide strategic leadership and policy direc tion for quality education for all Jamaicans to maximize their potential, contribute to national development and compete effectively in the global economy.

Vision Statement: A customer-centred, performance oriented education system producing globally competitive, socially conscious Jamaican citizens.

The National Shared Vision: Each learner will maximize his/her potential in an enriching learner centred education environment with maximum use of learning technologies supported by committed qualified competent effective and professional educators and staff. The education system will equitable and accessible with full attendance to Grade 11. Accountability, transparency and performance are the hallmarks of system that is excellent, self sustaining, resourced and welcomes full stakeholder participation. Every Child Can Learn…Every Child Must Learn.
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The Ministry of Education (MoE) is the government entity responsible for the management and administration of public education in Jamaica. The Ministry of Education was first established in 1953, as the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare. Currently, the MoE carries out the Government of Jamaica’s mandate of ensuring a system which secures quality education and training of all citizens of Jamaica in order to optimise individual and national development. The MoE provides the avenue for enrichment and upward mobility of our people though education. The organisation is one of Jamaica’s largest public entities and is comprised presently of 11 agencies, six Regional Offices, and a central office with approximately 40 units which fall under 5 divisions. These unite to provide the framework for the efficient functioning of over 1,000 public educational institutions that serves over 100,000 students and over 20,000 teachers. The Ministry of Education is also responsible for two public universities and several community, multidisciplinary and teachers’ colleges.

Core Roles and Functions The Ministry’s role of effectively managing the education system is accomplished through the execution of functions carried out by its divisions and agencies. Among these functions are:

• Planning, developing, and implementing educational policies and programmes

• Monitoring and evaluating the performance of locally and internationally funded projects and programmes

• Maintaining an efficient system of collecting, collating, analyzing and presenting current and accurate data on quantifiable educational indicators to meet local demand and international standards

• Developing and supporting programmes, services and activities geared towards personal and national development

• Providing guidance in financial management for all educational institutions and affiliated agencies.

Mission Statement: To provide strategic leadership and policy direc tion for quality education for all Jamaicans to maximize their potential, contribute to national development and compete effectively in the global economy.

Vision Statement: A customer-centred, performance oriented education system producing globally competitive, socially conscious Jamaican citizens.

The National Shared Vision: Each learner will maximize his/her potential in an enriching learner centred education environment with maximum use of learning technologies supported by committed qualified competent effective and professional educators and staff. The education system will equitable and accessible with full attendance to Grade 11. Accountability, transparency and performance are the hallmarks of system that is excellent, self sustaining, resourced and welcomes full stakeholder participation. Every Child Can Learn…Every Child Must Learn.
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