The public is notified that the Ministry for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture’s offices are now located on the second and third floor of the E. A. Creque Building
Parents and guardians are invited to tune in to the Facebook LIVE discussion on the topic of ‘Supporting Parents of Young Children’ on Tuesday, May 26 at 3:00 p.m.
The public is notified that appointments must be made prior to conducting business with the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports.
Youth across the Territory will have an opportunity to interact and share their goals and aspirations with each other in an empowerment session next month.
Director of Youth Affairs and Sports Mrs, Brenda Lettsomme-Tye is encouraging young people in the Territory to find innovative ways to utilise their time during the 24-hour curfew.
Students from Cedar International School are the first place winners of the 2020 Inter Secondary School Debates.
The first of three sessions to train Virgin Islands Youth Parliament nominees on all aspects of House of Assembly proceedings was held on Tuesday, March 10.
A call is being issued for qualified registrants to sign up for the 4th Annual Gen-Y Factor Singing Competition as auditions begin next month.
Registration is now open to Government offices and private companies for the 2020 Industrial Bowling League to be held on February 17.
Singers are invited to register for the 2020 Gen Y Factor Competition under the Theme “Battle of the Schools – Glee Edition”.