YOU mentors complete training course

Posted On Jun 12 2021 by

first_imgAdvertisements YOU mentors complete training course CultureNovember 22, 2010 RelatedYOU mentors complete training course RelatedYOU mentors complete training coursecenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Six Jamaicans, who have completed a mentoring programme facilitated by Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU), will receive certificates at an awards ceremony scheduled for tomorrow (November 23), at the Jamaica Pegasus, in Kingston.Presenters who have also trained mentors over the years will be honoured for their contribution to the programme.Guest speaker is Group Chief Executive Officer of Jamaica Money Market Brokers Limited (JMMB), Keith Duncan.Executive Director of YOU, Georgia Scott, told JIS News that the mentors participated in a two-day training course on October 23 and 24.“We do recognise that there are a number of areas that we have to cover to be able to help the mentors to be quite confident in what they are taking on,” she said, adding that quarterly workshops are held for mentors and mentees to guide and assist them in various areas of their development.Mrs. Scott said that currently, there are some 200 mentors and mentees who are active in the programme.“To date we have trained over 1,400 mentors and we have trained over 40 organisations to set up their mentoring programmes,” she added.She noted that the programme requires a lot of work in order to maintain the relationships between mentors and their mentees.The Executive Director said the organisation is seeking more male mentors to participate in the programme.YOU is a Jamaican Mentoring organisation which links caring adults with young people in a supervised programme fostering the provision of care guidance, positive role models, emotional support and counseling. RelatedYOU mentors complete training courselast_img read more

New IMF Agreement will Inspire Confidence and Hope – PM

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first_imgAdvertisements RelatedNew IMF Agreement will Inspire Confidence and Hope – PM By Glenis Rose, JIS Reporter RelatedNew IMF Agreement will Inspire Confidence and Hope – PM FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, said that the new agreement to be negotiated with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will provide a measure of confidence to the business community, while offering hope for the Jamaican people. She was addressing the American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica (AMCHAM) Speaker’s Forum Luncheon 2012, which was held Thursday Feb. 16 at the Ritz Carlton Golf Resort and Spa in Rose Hall, St. James. The Prime Minister said that as the Government looks to provide real solutions and tangible opportunities for personal development and economic advancement, it will be seeking to forge partnership with all stakeholders including the private sector. She argued that central to this new partnership is confidence, which will come when business leaders, investors and entrepreneurs, have a clear sense of direction.  “That is one of the reasons why we are moving to put in place a credible medium-term macro-economic programme with the IMF,” she stated. The Prime Minister lauded the work of AMCHAM in Jamaica, noting that the organisation has played a “tremendous role” in promoting business, trade and investment between the United States and Jamaica. “I know AMCHAM has been a solid and committed partner for over 25 years and I want to commend you,” she said. She noted that AMCHAM’s interests have not been confined to business, but includes enhancing the country’s social infrastructure and building the capacity of civic leadership. She mentioned a social intervention project undertaken by the organisation in the Grant’s Pen community, which she said, resulted in the transformation of that area, with crime and violence significantly reduced. “Since your intervention in this community, which was so important and so good, you would have noticed that we are not having the level of challenges in that area, and I want to commend you and also commend the people of Grant’s Pen,” she stated. The Prime Minister urged the organisation’s continued engagement in nation building for the years to come. “In emphasising the importance of this new era of public-private partnership…I invite your renewed commitment and continued contributions to achieving the development goals for our country through renewed partnership, increased investments, expanded business alliances and commercial activities,” she stated.                                           New IMF Agreement will Inspire Confidence and Hope – PM Finance & Public ServiceFebruary 17, 2012 RelatedNew IMF Agreement will Inspire Confidence and Hope – PMlast_img read more

Verizon looks to fill out video coverage using mobile networks

Posted On Jun 4 2021 by

first_img Verizon Communications is talking with the CEOs of content providers about taking video content from its FiOS service nationwide, including over mobile networks, said CEO Lowell McAdam.The FiOS video service is fibre-based but Verizon would like to fill in coverage where that network is not present using mobile networks as well as web TV.McAdam’s comments were made at the Morgan Stanley Technology Media and Telecom Conference, and reported by Reuters.“I have personally had discussions with the CEOs of the large content companies, and we would love to partner with them… across the country,” said McAdam.In January, Verizon acquired Intel’s OnCue web TV service for an undisclosed sum, supposedly to fill out its geographic footprint for video service.The operator’s FiOS service has more than 5 million subscribers, which is equivalent to about five per cent of pay TV households.Verizon is open to providing OTT content to any device, presumably including smartphones and tablets. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 05 MAR 2014 Amazon reels in MGM Richard Handford Verizon shuffles executives Verizon sorts sensor supremo Home Verizon looks to fill out video coverage using mobile networks Related ServicesTechnologyVerizon Tags Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more Previous ArticleInterview – MasterCardNext ArticleThe GSMA Intelligence Report Authorlast_img read more

Deputy director of the HSE’s National Ambulance Service meeting with Maura Porters family today

Posted On May 27 2021 by

first_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Pinterest Previous articleProsecution against owners of the former ‘Atlantic Dawn’ super trawler adjournedNext articlePolice in Derry appeal for information on suspicious approach of a child News Highland WhatsApp Pinterest The deputy director of the HSE’s National Ambulance Service will travel to Donegal today to meet the family of Maura Porter who died after being knocked down near her home in Carndonagh on December 30th.She waited almost 50 minutes for an ambulance to arrive from Letterkenny, 62km away and died in Altnagelvin hospital in Derry several hours later.Chairman of the review team investigating the events surrounding Ms Porters death, Dr Cathal O’Donnell, is meeting with the family at their home in Carndonagh this morning.He will meet Ms Porter’s husband Neil, daughter Davina and son Brendan.According to the HSE, the first 999 call was received at 5.45pm on December 30th and triaged as a clinical status 1 delta (life-threatening) call.The standards set by the Health Information and Quality Authority state such calls should have a first-responder on-scene within seven minutes and 59 seconds and a patient-carrying ambulance within 18 minutes and 59 seconds.The one ambulance rostered that evening at the Carndonagh base was not available.In March last year the number of ambulances based in Carndonagh was cut from three providing 175 hours a week to two providing 144 hours.Just one is on duty at a time.As Ms Porter lay injured, the nearest first-response paramedic and ambulance were dispatched from Letterkenny and arrived, according to the HSE, 40 and 43 minutes respectively after the first 999 call.The family have said that they would be asking Dr O’Donnell what ambulance resources were available in the Inishowen peninsula on the day and “and more importantly what resources weren’t available that should have been”. 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter Facebookcenter_img WhatsApp Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Deputy director of the HSE’s National Ambulance Service meeting with Maura Porters family today 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North News Google+ By News Highland – March 25, 2014 Google+ Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centrelast_img read more

Visiting restrictions tightened further at LUH

Posted On May 26 2021 by

first_img Pinterest Twitter Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Visiting restrictions tightened further at LUH WhatsApp Previous articleDonegal Town and Greencastle honoured at ‘Pride of Place’ awardsNext articleThe Devenney View – Ulster Final will stand to Naomh Conaill News Highland WhatsApp Visiting restrictions have been tightened further at Letterkenny University Hospital as a result of the current flu outbreak.Already, the hospital has asked that only immediate family visit patients, and visitors are limited to two at any time.From today, all intending visitors are being asked to check with the Ward Manager before coming to the hospital.Dr Michael Mulhern is a Consultant Microbiologist at the hospital – He says the restrictions are necessary……..Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Latest statement in full -Following an infection control meeting this afternoon, the visiting restrictions at Letterkenny University Hospital have been extended.From this afternoon, no visitors are permitted to visit the hospital other than in exceptional circumstances and following prior arrangement with the ward manager.Seán Murphy General Manager Letterkenny University Hospital has again stressed the importance of the public adhering to the visiting restrictions at LUH. He said, “The number of patients attending the ED with symptoms of the flu is continuing to increase and we are reminding the public that we have implemented visiting restrictions across the hospital.“We are appealing to people to cooperate with these restrictions so that we can protect the many very sick patients in the hospital. We would like to emphasise that the public should not visit the hospital other than in exceptional circumstances and following discussion with the ward manager.“While we know that this may be challenging for patients and their families, our priority must be protecting our patients many of whom are very ill and for whom the flu would be very serious.”Dr Anthony Breslin, HSE Specialist in Public Health Medicine added, “We are continuing to see a sustained increase in the number of cases of the flu in Donegal. These visiting restrictions at LUH are critical to help prevent further spread of this virus.“Many of the patients in LUH are very sick and vulnerable to infection and it is critical that their care and treatment is not further complicated by the flu.“The flu virus is an unpredictable virus and a healthy person will usually recover in 7 days, however it can be severe and can cause serious illness and death. Complications of flu include bronchitis, pneumonia, ear infections and rarely acute encephalopathy (swelling of the brain). Serious complications of flu are more likely if you have a chronic medical condition or if you are aged 65 years or older. Pregnant women are also at increased risk of flu complications”, concluded Dr Breslin. FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 AudioHomepage BannerNews Google+center_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – December 2, 2019 Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODAlast_img read more

Actor Gerard McSorley given Probation Act after paying €40 to BOI for damaging two…

Posted On May 25 2021 by

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Actor Gerard McSorley was given the Probation Act today when he paid €40 to the Bank of Ireland for damaging two flower pots.His solicitor Jacqui Sharkey told Dungloe District Court they were plastic flower pots and she wasn’t sure of the value but Mr McSorley had €40 compensation for the Bank of Ireland.Prosecuting Inspector Dennis Joyce told the court that manager Marion Boyle called the gardai to her branch of the bank at Bunbeg.The inspector said 66-year-old McSorley had damaged a flower pot in the bank.Insp Joyce said that at the Garda station McSorley made a full admission and apologised.He had previous public disorder convictions in 2014, 2006 and 2005.Ms Sharkey said McSorley regretted his actions very much. It was an incident in difficulties he had experienced over the years.Judge Paul Kelly observed: “It’s not the worst case ever to come before the court.”He applied the Probation Act when McSorley, of Cul Na Toinne, Magheraclogher, Bunbeg, admitted criminal damage to the flower pots last June 16.The actor, who has appeared in several films and tv plays including Fr Ted series and the film Braveheart.McSorley didn’t appear at an earlier hearing and a warrant was issued for his arrest.Gardai arranged for it to be served with discretion. Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsAppcenter_img Actor Gerard McSorley given Probation Act after paying €40 to BOI for damaging two flower pots Google+ By admin – September 13, 2016 Facebook Facebook Pinterest Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Previous articleMc Crossan calls for substantial social housing investment in West TyroneNext articleScottish nurse who contracted Ebola is at misconduct hearing that could see her struck off admin News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterestlast_img read more

Western Trust releases latest update on Altnagelvin Radiotherapy Centre

Posted On May 25 2021 by

first_img By admin – May 31, 2016 The Radiotherapy Team is focusing on the design and delivery of safe, high quality patient services that will be accessed by patients from Letterkenny University Hospital’s catchment area and will see approximately 400 patients per year from that area receiving treatment at Altnagelvin Hospital.The new service will increase treatment capacity, improve patient access and shorten travel times for patients from the North West region. In designing this service we are working with the clinical teams in Letterkenny, Galway and Dublin to advance the delivery of safe seamless services for our patients. The Radiotherapy and clinical teams  are engaging and working together to agree and enable the safe handover of patients who will require treatment. This work is focusing on: electronic exchange of clinical information; clinical pathways; referrals; clinical documents and discharge letters and OPD letters.The project team are also being supported by our voluntary sector partners and the cancer charity groups in Letterkenny. In April, Una Cardin presented at the ‘Relay for Life’, Donegal, cancer conference. Una spoke about the progress of the building and the recruitment of key staff. Facebook Facebook Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Dr David Stewart, Clinical Lead for OncologyThe new Radiotherapy Centre remains on track to treat the first cancer patients from the Northwest in the Northwest for the first time in the late Autumn of this year.The Linac treatment machines and CT simulator have been installed and are being commissioned for treatment by the Altnagelvin physics team. The multidisciplinary team is preparing pathways and protocols to deliver advanced state of the art radiotherapy treatments for patients when the new Centre opens. An experienced medical team has been appointed to deal with the tumour sites in the service profile and only a few of the consultant oncology posts remain to be filled with more interviews in June.The first junior doctors (F2s) will commence work on ward 43 oncology/haematology in August. Work is on going in collaboration with colleagues in the Northern Ireland Cancer Centre Belfast, the Northern Trust, Letterkenny University Hospital, Dublin and Galway to ensure agreed  multi-disciplinary team working, protocols and pathways in advance of the new Centre opening. The Western Trust has released its latest bi-monthly update on the new Radiotherapy Centre at Altnagelvin Hospital, saying the facility remains on track to treat patients in the late Autumn of this year.At present, all equipment has been installed, and is being commissioned and tested.The Trust says the Radiotherapy Team is working closely with Letterkenny University Hospital, from where an estimated 400 patients per year will be treated.Regular meetings are taking place with clinical teams in Letterkenny, Galway and Dublin to agree and enable the safe handover of patients, including protocols for the sharing of information.A YouTube video featuring interviews with two senior staff members has also been released.[youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”][/youtube] Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Twitter Previous articleConcern as Seagate announce 70 job losses in DerryNext articleGavin Dykes leaves Finn Harps for Ballinamallard United admin This is a very exciting time as recruitment  for the service continues to progress with the appointment of key Medical staff, Medical Physics, Nursing staff, Medical Imaging, Administration, Pharmacy and Allied Health Professional staff.We are currently advertising for positions in our senior medical team, for Consultant Oncologists and Specialty Doctors. During the month of June we will commence a high profile campaign to recruit the nursing workforce required for the service. Google+ Pinterest Construction work is progressing apace across all areas.  The windows, glazing and curtain walling installations are nearing completion.  The installation of the lifts is continuing.  The landscaping works have commenced at ground level and on the roof terraces.  Mechanical and Electrical third fix works have begun in a number of areas and the plant room installations are ongoing. Installation of the built-in furniture has begun. The inside of the building is now beginning to take shape.The CT Simulator to be used for treatment planning has been delivered and is currently being installed by the supplier. WhatsApp The Therapeutic Radiography team held a very successful workshop during May. The work throughout the day was built on the overarching radiotherapy service vision statement ‘To provide innovative and holistic Cancer Care for our patients’ and the radiotherapy service mission statement ‘To deliver safe, high quality care to our patients, in the right place at the right time by empowering our staff within a culture of continuous improvement.’The purpose of the workshop  was to involve the full team of radiographers in the effective shaping of this new service. There are currently 26 radiographers in post at Altnagelvin, who have been undertaking many areas of operational service design. This workshop gave everyone the opportunity to share their efforts to date. The team collectively discussed ways to improve their proposed workflows, processes and protocols across the highly complex radiotherapy pathway from the point of patient referral to the point of discharge and patient follow-up.There are several more workshops planned in the coming weeks.  These will focus on streamlining and improving operational service design and will involve the full multi-disciplinary team to ensure that a safe and effective service can be delivered by late Autumn 2016. Western Trust releases latest update on Altnagelvin Radiotherapy Centre Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Harps come back to win in Waterford News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

Zimmerman scores at all three levels; Spencerport runs past Webster Thomas, improves to 5-0

Posted On May 25 2021 by

first_img Share on Facebook Print This Post Follow on Facebook Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. By JOHN LIKANJEJacob Zimmerman accumulated four touchdowns to lead Spencerport’s 56-7 road victory at Webster Thomas. The 5-foot-8 senior replaced Cameron Mesh as the starting quarterback and scored at all three levels with two rushing touchdowns, a touchdown pass and a pick-six. Zimmerman split his touchdowns between the first and third quarters as well.Zimmerman led the Rangers to a quick start with 21 points in the opening period. On their first drive of the contest, the senior quarterback opened the flood gates with a 59-yard strike to Jacob Lindenmuth.After the defense forced a three-and-out, Zimmerman scored his first of two rushing touchdowns courtesy of Khalize Beamon and Connor Mesh. Mesh started the possession with a 46-yard sprint. After the offensive line recovered a misplayed snap, Beamon and Mesh split eight-yard runs. That opened up a six-yard sneak past the left pylon for Zimmerman.Zimmerman put an exclamation point on his performance in the third quarter. With the defense forcing yet another three-and-out, the 5-foot-8 senior galloped through the line of scrimmage and up the left side for a 60-yard touchdown.Finally, with the Titans attempting to put together a scoring drive and threatening in Rangers’ territory, Zimmerman jumped the passing lane and hustled 53 yards in the opposite direction to the end zone. This gave the Rangers a commanding 49-0 advantage midway through the third quarter.Beamon, Mesh and Samuel Guelli added rushing touchdowns of their own. Beamon only needed one play to burst through multiple defenders and find paydirt for an 80-yard score. Mesh had a 22-yard touchdown with two and a half minutes left in the second quarter. Guelli capped off the scoring with a seven-yard score in the final period.Through five games, the Rangers have outscored their opponents, 183-25. The defense hasn’t allowed double-digit points in a single game as well.For Webster Thomas, junior quarterback Eli Adams broke the shutout with a one-yard sneak near the end of the third quarter.Both teams complete the regular season on Monday and on the road. Spencerport (5-0) takes on Wilson Magnet at Franklin High School at 5 p.m. Webster Thomas (1-4) visits Penfield for a 6 p.m. kickoff. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Subscribe by Emailcenter_img Zimmerman scores at all three levels; Spencerport runs past Webster Thomas, improves to 5-0 Connect on Linked in Add to Google+ Zimmerman scores at all three levels; Spencerport runs past Webster Thomas, improves to 5-0 added by johnmitchelllikanje on April 13, 2021View all posts by johnmitchelllikanje →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat InsuranceUndoAmazingWomanMagTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldAmazingWomanMagUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo By johnmitchelllikanje on April 13, 2021No Comment last_img read more

Warnock And Abrams Highlight ‘Illustrious Path’ For HBCU Grads

Posted On May 24 2021 by

first_img Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility Share ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Add to My List In My List For Whom The Bell Rings Related Stories With the recent victory of Rev. Raphael Warnock and Stacey Abrams’ work in facilitating it, the community of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Atlanta has a lot to be proud of. Alumni of Morehouse College and Spelman College, respectively, Warnock and Abrams’ legacies inspire those who have walked the same hallways they once did. “At the highest level in any profession, you can find HBCU graduates not just doing well, but thriving and setting the trend, framing the conversation,” said Anré Washington, a Morehouse graduate of 2013. Washington is a partner for the policy consulting firm Homegrown Strategy Group. He met Warnock as a student, and they worked together on protests and organizing. Since then, Washington has collaborated with him while working on advocacy, policy and voting rights. “I would say that that’s the value of an HBCU like Morehouse is that you are connected in an ongoing bond with brothers that you don’t know and brothers that have been here many years before,” Washington said. Washington said that he’s proud to see Warnock take the values and ideals they instilled in them at Morehouse to the U.S. Senate. He added that Warnock’s election speaks directly to the quality of an HBCU education.The NumbersHistorically Black Colleges and Universities account for 3% of schools that receive federal aid. Most heavily concentrated in the south, HBCUs were established after the Civil War to provide education for African Americans, who weren’t allowed to attend white schools due to segregation.From 1976 to 2010, the number of Black college students more than doubled, and HBCU enrollment jumped by 47%, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Enrollment fell in the last decade, but nationwide, 10% of Black college students attend an HBCU.According to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, 40% of Black Congressmembers attended an HBCU, along with 50% of Black lawyers and 80% of Black judges. “We have the capacity to lead in every field of achievement,” said Winford K. Rice Jr., a professor of religion at Morehouse.Rice is a 2014 Morehouse graduate and minister at Ray of Hope Christian Church in Decatur. He said that the success of HBCU alumni such as Warnock and Abrams illuminates an “illustrious path” for individuals to choose to attend an HBCU. However, he said it’s unfortunate that it takes public figures to be successful for people to recognize HBCUs as reputable.Impact On StudentsStacey Abrams graduated from Spelman in 1995. Her work as an elected official and with voting rights organizations in Georgia is a source of pride for the HBCU community. (Associated Press)Abrams’ career in government began at Spelman, where she served as the Student Government Association president. The Association’s current president, Spelman senior Fana HaileSelassie, said she’s encouraged by the two public figures.“I think they are the product of their community,” she said. “They didn’t get to where they are alone. They are the product of the village.”HaileSelassie said she and other student leaders had to work twice as hard to mobilize people to vote in a pandemic, but they had help from Abrams and Dr. Bernice King, daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who would speak at voter engagement events.“It’s more than a dream that when the work is put in, and the community stands behind you, your goals and aspirations are tangible and can be accomplished,” HaileSelassie said.Perhaps the most notable alumni from Morehouse, Dr. King, attended the school in the 1940s. Its current SGA president, Cameron Nolan, said that a big point of emphasis for Morehouse is King’s legacy. But, Warnock serves as a similar figure of representation today. Seeing Warnock, a Morehouse man, achieve his goals despite adversity is inspiring for Nolan.“[It’s an] an understanding of, OK, these are the caliber of individuals that Morehouse is producing. So who am I going to be? What’s going to be my legacy? I think that’s the major focus of Morehouse students,” Nolan said. Nolan said that Warnock’s election was an overall morale booster for the student body, despite things being different due to the pandemic. Students are pleased and excited to see what’s in store for the future of Morehouse, and he’s excited to see what’s in store for them.“[It’s] great to see that the people that I go to school with now or the friends that I have at Spelman and at Morehouse are going to be the people that somebody else is going to interview about,” Nolan said.last_img read more

Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards 2018

Posted On May 18 2021 by

first_imgDeadline: 29 June 2018Open to: founders or co-founders age 18 – 35 yearsAwards: covered cost of travel to the UK and accommodationDescriptionThe Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards can help you take your sustainability initiative, product or service to the next level.Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards is recognizing and supporting brilliant young innovators tackling the planet’s biggest environmental and social challenges, and helps them achieve scale for impact.Since the launch of the Awards in 2013, they’ve reached over 3,500 inspiring young sustainability entrepreneurs and their organisations, and provided tailored support and funding to 29 winners. From simple solutions with far reaching impacts for child nutrition, to ground breaking technologies to cut greenhouse emissions, these change makers are challenging business as usual and leading the way to a more sustainable future.They know that the world’s problems will only be solved with the ideas and talents of a new generation of leaders and changemakers who are challenging business as usual, and who are the future of sustainability. They want to see a big opportunity to support, inspire, reward and collaborate with them, to help them scale and grow – both as individuals and as enterprises.If you are working on an innovative and scalable technology or initiative – or know someone who is – which is contributing to one or more of these eight categories, then they want to hear from you:Zero hunger;Quality education;Clean water and sanitation;Responsible consumption and production;Good health and well-being;Gender equality;Decent work and economic growth;Climate Action.EligibilityThe competition is open to founders or co-founders age 18 – 35 years;Entries can be submitted on behalf of the founders or co-founders who are aged 18 – 35 years;The competition is open to individuals from any part of the world, excluding Russia. Unfortunately, cannot process personal data of Russian citizens and do not collect personal data in the territory of Russia. If data regarding Russian citizens is entered into this website, it will be removed;Unilever reserves the right to modify, suspend or terminate all or any part of the Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards programme, without notice. Entrants shall not be entitled to remuneration, of any kind, should Unilever exercise this right.AwardsThe Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards will recognise up to eight winners, including the HRH Prize Winner, in 2018. The eight winners will be selected from a rigorous assessment process led by The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, culminating in video interviews with their finalist selection panels. All eight winners will be invited to an Accelerator Programme in Cambridge, before making their final pitches in person to a guest judging panel who will decide on the HRH Prize Winner of the 2018 competition.Winners will have a chance to practice their pitches during the Accelerator in Cambridge where they will work with experts from the University of Cambridge, Unilever and other inspirational speakers and guests.The overall winner will receive the ‘HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize.’All winners will attend a special prize event hosted in London.The winner of the ‘HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize’ will receive a  EUR 50,000 cash award and one-to-one mentoring support tailored to their specific needs for a duration of 12 months;The remaining winners will each receive a  EUR 8,500 cash award and one-to-one mentoring support tailored to their specific needs for a duration of 12 months.How to Apply?Before applying please read the Term & Conditions.To submit your entry, you’ll need to create a profile and complete the application form. You’ll need to tell them all about your initiative’s story so far, and your vision for its future. The more you can share, the better.For more information please visit the official website. May 14, 2018 Published by Ivona Reddit The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards 2020 for Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide Ashden International Award for Sustainable Energy Similar Stories Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards 2018 Pocket Nikon Small World Contest → ← Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change 2018 LinkedIn 0 Apply For Startup Scaleup 2nd Batch +1 Tweet Share 0last_img read more