Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Applauds AXCEL FINANCE for Creating a Safety Net for Youth

Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Applauds AXCEL FINANCE for Creating a Safety Net for Youth

Axcel Finance, the leading regional microfinance company, announced the launch of Axcel Mentorship Programme in Antigua and Barbuda. AMP is designed to help young persons’ focus on their education and career goals while fueling their passion to make a difference in their communities.

The programme was launched at the Percision Centre last Tuesday. The launch was attended by students, teachers and community leaders. Students were selected from tertiary level institutions island-wide. Dr. the Honourable W. Baldwin Spencer, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, delivered the keynote address.

For this first phase of the Axcel Mentorship Programme, several schools will participate, including Antigua State College, Antigua & Barbuda International Institute of Technology, Antigua & Barbuda Institute of Continuing Education, University of the West Indies, Antigua & Barbuda Hospitality Training Institute.

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