Tag: CRMA

42 youths get a second chance at CSEC

42 youths get a second chance at CSEC

Ayana George Ayana George- June 26, 2019

─ “where you want to be is your future and the steps you take to achieve your plan will determine ... Read More

“Govt looking out for us” – youth taps into opportunities offered at govt outreach

“Govt looking out for us” – youth taps into opportunities offered at govt outreach

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 9, 2019

– govt outreaches continue to reap benefits   DPI, Guyana, Thursday, May 9, 2019 Young Tonackisdu Indar attended the latest ... Read More

First-ever Youth Employment Drive a success, attracts hundreds

First-ever Youth Employment Drive a success, attracts hundreds

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 12, 2019

─ calls made for a quarterly employment drive DPI, Guyana, Friday, April 12, 2019 “Providing young people, the opportunity to ... Read More

CRMA aims to match skills with labour market needs – Agency partnering with other institutions to offer skills training for job seekers

CRMA aims to match skills with labour market needs – Agency partnering with other institutions to offer skills training for job seekers

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 7, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, May 7, 2018 Young job seekers are being adequately equipped for the world of work thereby, matching ... Read More

CRMA host seminar to benefit the unemployed

CRMA host seminar to benefit the unemployed

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 5, 2017

The Ministry of Social Protection, Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency on the 4th October, 2017 engaged youth of Region ten ... Read More

CRMA is collaborating to ensure all Guyanese are employed gainfully.

CRMA is collaborating to ensure all Guyanese are employed gainfully.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 8, 2017

DPI/GINA, GUYANA, Monday, 08 June 2017 Ministry of Social Protection, Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency (CRMA), continues to assist Guyanese ... Read More

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