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Ayesha Boucaud- Claxton, Senior Manager- Group Corporate Communications, Guardian Group (Left) presenting a contribution to David Stone, representative for the National Secondary School Entrenuership Competition (NSSEC)
Rooted at the core of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, is Guardian Group’s focus on improving and developing the quality of life of the people in the communities we serve. With this philosophy in mind, the Group has made a commitment to sponsor the National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC). The cheque presentation took place on Tuesday, September 4th at the company’s head office, at 1 Guardian Drive, Westmoorings.
“At Guardian Group we believe that empowerment through education creates sustainable opportunities that contribute to the social and economic growth of Trinidad & Tobago. The National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC) provides a chance for this nation’s youth to attain entrepreneurial training that would no doubt shape them into the business owners of tomorrow”, Ayesha Boucaud- Claxton, Senior Manager- Group Corporate Communications. “This platform is innovative and the medium of learning is best suited to impact their young minds in ways that they are technologically attuned to. This is the foundation of all progressive societies and the National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition NSSEC gives the students the training and experience of business dynamics of the real world”.
Guardian Group comes in as a sponsor in the second year of the competition, which is hosted by Stone Brothers Limited. Other stakeholders of the National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC) are the Ministry of Education and the Arthur Lok Graduate School of Business. Guardian Group wishes to congratulate all the students, schools and institutes that registered for NSSEC and urge them to continue in their pursuit for training and experience in the business dynamics of the real world.