The Center for Analysis for Public Policies (CAPP) together with the International Republican Institute (IRI) launched a new training program for young people from the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Belize, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago, with the aim of educating and training them in leadership.
In this sense, CAPP President Mario Pujols stated: » During 4 months we will be training 100 young people who want to lead the transformation processes of their communities, providing them with tools so that they can become leaders and be able to carry out the creation of public policies that are useful for their countries».
The course is addressed to young people between the ages of 20 and 35 from the above-mentioned countries. «Through this program, participants are expected to visualize the main local and regional economic and political challenges; to design public policies and distinguish their social and economic impact; and to identify the various actors and their linkages,» added Pujols.
The modality of the course is virtual and will feature top-level speakers and regional leaders in matters of governance, public-private partnerships, communication, and civil society organizations, among others.
Those interested must meet the following requirements:
- Be aged between 20 and 35
- Speak English
- Live in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Suriname, Belize, or Trinidad and Tobago.
- Decision to get involved in the transformations that the region needs.
- Knowledge of their community
- Passion for learning and enthusiasm
- Dedication for the generation of agreements
- Interest in being part of a network of young people committed to the economic development and governance of their countries
- Leadership experience at some level of management (public or private)
Inscriptions (registrations open until February 25th): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kifUxfsbU93pZvUgiUukdcq-hzxcOzBMD8aVpxkmoJU/edit
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