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TRAINING OF COMMUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AIDES
Friday 10th February 2012

The Department of Youth Affairs, in seeking to strengthen its Community Youth Development Programme, is seeking young persons between the ages of 18 and 45 to serve as Community Youth Development Aides who will work alongside youth officers in their respective communities to advance the youth development agenda.
 
Interested persons are asked to call the Department of Youth Affairs 462-6781 or 481-5314; or email wadadliyouthdept@gmail.com.
 
This initiative is now in the Training Phase which will conclude on March 5th. Training for Community Youth Development Aides takes place on Saturdays from 3pm to 5pm at the Department of Youth Affairs, Prime Minister’s Office Drive.


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NAME: Department of Youth Affairs
TEL: +1 (268) 462-6781
EMAIL: wadadliyouthdept@gmail.com
ADDRESS: Prime Minister's Office Drive Off Factory Road St. John's, Antigua
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