Tag: Carnegie School of Home Economics

38 Adolescent mothers graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

38 Adolescent mothers graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- March 28, 2022

Thirty-eight mothers are now equipped with skills in cosmetology to gain employment or become entrepreneurs in the field. young mothers ... Read More

30 Adolescent mothers in Region One graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

30 Adolescent mothers in Region One graduate from MoE’s reintegration programme

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- July 8, 2021

Now qualified in cookeryGiven start-up kits to begin careers Thirty adolescent mothers in Region One (Barima – Waini) are now ... Read More

Press release – Carnegie School of Home Economics Representatives of Call on Foreign Minister

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- October 5, 2020

Acting Principal of the Carnegie School of Home Economics (CSHE), Ms. Sharmaine Marshall, and Head of the Department of Catering ... Read More

First batch graduates from Carnegie’s evening programme

First batch graduates from Carnegie’s evening programme

Gavin Lewis Gavin Lewis- January 30, 2020

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 30, 2020 Thirty-six students have graduated from the Carnegie School of Home Economics’ (CHSE) Care for ... Read More

Carnegie re-opens Hibiscus Training Restaurant

Carnegie re-opens Hibiscus Training Restaurant

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- January 23, 2020

―54 students enrolled -Tourism Association pledges support to Carnegie DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 23, 2020 The Carnegie School of Home ... Read More

More certified professionals for hospitality industry

More certified professionals for hospitality industry

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- November 12, 2019

— Carnegie School of Home Economics launches three new courses DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, November 12, 2019 Guyana’s tourism and hospitality ... Read More

75 more mothers going back to school

75 more mothers going back to school

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- September 23, 2019

– as 4th reintegration of teen mothers programme gets underway ̶  expected to reduce the number of pregnancies among school-aged ... Read More

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