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Liberia YMCA Holds Graduation for 450 Trainees in Computer Literacy

Graduation for 450 trainees of the YMCA Computer Training Program will take place on Friday, March 1, 2019 at the YMCA National Headquarters in Monrovia.

Cycle 28 Trainees of the YMCA Computer Training Program

Graduation for 450 trainees of the YMCA Computer Training Program will take place on Friday, March 1, 2019 at the YMCA National Headquarters in Monrovia.

The YMCA Computer Training Program was established in November 2004 with the aim of providing Computer and Internet Skills to the young people of Liberia. Most of the beneficiaries are presently working with public and private entities, while some have set up their own desktop publishing centers as a means of livelihood.

Minister of Youth & Sports, Honorable D. Zeogar Wilson is expected to serve as keynote speaker at tomorrow’s graduation.

A grand parade is expected be held during Friday’s closing program, following which an indoor program will be held in the YMCA Gymnasium. This year’s graduation is being held under the theme: “Youth Empowerment through Technology.”

Since its establishment, the YMCA Computer Training Center has trained over 14,000 young men and women in computer literacy which include: Microsoft Office, Access data Base, Graphics Design, Web design, while also providing other life skills opportunities to the beneficiaries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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