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Children explore job choices at GPF career fair

About 600 children from a number of youth groups explored and modeled the career field they hope to take up when they become adults, during the Guyana Police Force (GPF) Career Fair on Saturday.

Assistant Commissioner and Commander, ‘A’ Division of the GPF, Marlon Chapman, in declaring the event a success, said the career day was inclined to youths who are about to attain working age. It will allow them to see what is there to be offered by the entities represented.

“With the career day, they come and see what’s going on, see what is there to be offered and thereafter they make a choice,” he said.

Retired police Kernel Collin Weeks of the Good Success Craig Youth Group, related that the group has a vibrant youth group of over 50 children – ages six to 16. The group, he said, has been part of the ‘A’ Division Youth Group of the GPF for the past three years and he is happy that the exercise is aimed at showing children what they can become.news 20190409 12
“We are just there to show support and get the kids from off the street and make them good productive citizens,” he said. “Every kid in Guyana is vibrant and they should try to be all they can be so this here, we are helping them to see that it’s not only about living in the village or staying in the village and running around on the streets. They are careers that they can portray and be a part of,” he said.

Some of the 16 agencies on display were CARICOM, Massy Group of Companies, the Ministry of Public Health, and the Guyana Defence Force among others.

Source:http://guyanachronicle.com/

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