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23 Code Street Jul 15
Happy ! 👩🏽‍🏫📚 To celebrate, we're highlighting some awesome organisations that are teaching young people skills. ⬇️ Give them a follow to find out more!
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Liberal Party Jul 15
Young Canadians are key in building a stronger economy and a better future for all of us. That’s why the Liberal government is investing in skills training - so you can get the skills you need for good, well-paying jobs of today AND tomorrow. Happy !
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Google Digital Skills Jul 15
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#TidyNigeria Jul 15
The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity.
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Ibrahim Babainna # August Profile Pic Jul 16
The is held on the 15th of July yearly. The IBI Foundation believes skills training is the pathway to restoring decent livelihood and improving sustainable recovery. Young people are the drivers of economic developmental growth.
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الوليد للإنسانية Jul 15
Do you have a skill that you think will help to improve your society?
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ApprenticeshipNC Jul 15
It's . Did you know the number of youth apprentices in North Carolina has grown from 750 to 2,500 in the past two years?
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iascsectorskillcouncil Aug 18
Skill development programme launched in the aerospace sector Boeing, Lakshmi Machine Works (LMW), and Learning Links Foundation launched an “Aerospace Tool Design and Manufacturing” programme here on Friday for 32 candidates.
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Concern Worldwide Jul 15
This group of young adults from Cité Soleil in Port au Prince are a key part of Haiti's future. That's why we've been helping them with vocational and life skills training. (We love their style too!)
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ChildFund Jul 15
Jane's got skills — check out her story about what she's doing and how she wants to inspire other young women around her. Happy !
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Rotary International Jul 15
This , discover how the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) help develop leadership and life skills while having fun and making connections.
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Laura-Jane Rawlings Jul 15
Delighted that support so many young people to develop their skills for life and work through the Young Professional A free skills & careers resource for 14-24 year olds in the UK, more than 70,000 young people access it each month
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iRise Hub Jul 15
Our mandate is to establish a conducive environment for somali youth to start & grow thier business by providing all the essentials from co-working space,mentoring & coaching, incubation & access to finance through our partners.
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UN Geneva Aug 1
Young people constitute a tremendous & essential asset worth investing in. It is only by engaging and working with them that we will be able to achieve peace, security, justice, climate resilience & sustainable dev. for all
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Dementia Friends Jul 15
Do you know an inspiring young person who is taking action and helping people affected by dementia? Nominate them for a Dementia Friendly Award: Here's what our young winners had to say at last year's Awards.
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Namami Gange Jul 15
With the support of NMCG, the WII has initiated the Pravasi Ganga Prahari programme with an aim to establish an informed and active group of individuals across different countries who will be supporting and working in synergy with the Ganga Praharis.
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MastercardFoundation Jul 15
For we asked partners in London, Kampala, and Addis Ababa to share their biggest lesson from secondary school.
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MerthyrValleysHomes Jul 15
It’s been a great afternoon! The 5 young people who signed up to our “6 Weeks of Summer” work placement programme at last week’s career event, had their induction and are ready to start next week!
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USAID Jul 15
When young people have opportunities, they succeed! See how USAID supports youth on :
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Plan International Jul 18
Richenda was the only woman in her welding class in Papua New Guinea. We supported Richenda to find her confidence, and eventually find work. She's been a professional welder now for a year and a half. 👩🏿‍🔧
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