News

YUTE - CAP WORKSHOP4

IYF/ YUTE’s ‘Passort To Success’ Project Brings Life Skills To 20 Schools

The internationally recognised ‘Passport To Success’ programme of the International Youth Foundation (IYF) is set to help Jamaican youngsters gain a stronger commitment to completing

YUTE - CAP WORKSHOP

CAP To Introduce Life Skills In 20 Schools

A four-day workshop to train 25 guidance counsellors and teachers, has kicked off an innovative initiative to take vital life skills to students in 20

MCF Schools Visual Arts Exhibition - E-vite 7 x 5

MultiCare Students’ Artwork To Be Showcased At Conference Centre

Students from 20 primary and secondary schools who participate in the MultiCare Foundation’s Visual Arts programme will exhibit their work at the Jamaica Conference Centre

Capture1

Insuring Luxury Rides – What It Takes To Cover An $85m Car

Sloan Jackson, the general manager for Silver Star Motors, dealers for Mercedes-Benz, did not bat an eyelid as he quoted the price. “This vehicle is

246588_73197_repro

Jamaica lose 1-3 to US in KPMG Squash series

Jamaicans Chris Binnie and Lewis Walters fought hard but went down 1-3 to Americans Chris Gordon and Chris Hanson in the KPMG International Squash Series,

245085_71646_repro

Over $1m in prizes for SANTA Charity Golf Tourney

In an effort to raise $5 million for charity, long-standing SANTA Charity Golf Tournament have ‘upped’ their game this year with well over $1-million in


Recent Post

IYF/ YUTE’s ‘Passort To Success’

The internationally recognised ‘Passport To Success’ programme of the International Youth Foundation (IYF) is set to help Jamaican youngsters gain a stronger commitment to completing their education and to adequately equip them to gain employment. The innovative programme, which has seen success in 30 other countries and empowered an estimated 80,000 young people over the

CAP To Introduce Life Skills

A four-day workshop to train 25 guidance counsellors and teachers, has kicked off an innovative initiative to take vital life skills to students in 20 schools across Jamaica. Held February 21-24 at the Medallion Hall Hotel, the ‘trainer of trainers’ workshop is part of the internationally acclaimed ‘Passport to Success Programme’ of the International Youth

MultiCare Students’ Artwork To Be

Students from 20 primary and secondary schools who participate in the MultiCare Foundation’s Visual Arts programme will exhibit their work at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston from March 10-16, 2017. The exhibition will showcase the creativity, workmanship and quality artwork being created by students aged 8 to 16 years from 20 of the MultiCare