Between the 28th of August and the 5th of September 2015, 18 students from Grenada will gain a practical experience of the Single Market and Economy experience in Belize, as they spend the week exploring all that Belize has to offer.
Accompanying them will be the CSME Focal Point in Grenada, Mr. Ché Phillip; Mrs. Antonia Cadore-Calliste, lecturer from the T.A. Marryshow Community College in Grenada; and the CARICOM Youth Ambassador, Ms. Tahyra Noel. The CARICOM Secretariat will be present also, in the person of Mr. Salas Hamilton, Specialist Communications; Ms. Wanya Illes, Senior Technical Officer CSME Unit and Mr. Anton Shepherd, Webmaster CSME Unit.
The objective of this mission is to engage CARICOM’s next generation in identifying career opportunities in the field, with regard to wage employment, self employment and starting a business within the CSME. We are also seeking to build concrete linkages across the region, to solidify and strengthen the CARICOM vision within the current and next generation.
We have an exciting week ahead of us, as we directly interact with agencies, organisations and businesses to provide a working knowledge into how the Movement of Goods, Services, Capital, Persons and the Right to Establish business works in the real world, specifically in Belize.
You can also follow this event as it unfolds on Facebook and Twitter, via #csmeconvos.
Official Press Release: PR152015 Tertiary students from Grenada to examine the CSME in Belize