Youth Oriented “Caribbean Mentoring Institute” launches in Castries & Bridgetown simultaneously

The Caribbean Mentorship Institute, with branches in Barbados and St. Lucia, has officially launched its website. The President of CMI, Ms. Felicia Browne observes that the institute is pleased to provide mentoring services to youths across the Caribbean region.

The Institute which was officially launched in Barbados in 2010 provides mentoring programs to young leaders. The website, according to the President, will allow young people to access information about the Institute as well as seek guidance on their academic, professional and personal growth from their mentors.

The President adds, “Caribbean youths are vulnerable to many social ills that may disrupt their productivity as citizens within the society.” This mentoring organization, she says, “will assist these young persons in channeling their positive energies to fulfill their greatest potential.”

The President adds, “Caribbean youths are vulnerable to many social ills that may disrupt their productivity as citizens within the society.” This mentoring organization, she says, “will assist these young persons in channeling their positive energies to fulfill their greatest potential.

Ms Browne indicated how the CMI helps mentors and mentees build leadership skills for the developments of their communities and country and, the website will allow individuals from the various communities to connect with one another by providing guidance and support across local barriers and national boundaries.

The facility, the CMI executive indicates, is committed to building and enhancing youth empowerment and development through academics, sports, arts and civic responsibility.

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  1. Great job, the youths are important in our society. They need the encouragement to fullfill their dreams and this is. The right choice of helpin them.

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