The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation has today launched its first global campaign, Award holders at work, to highlight the valuable employability skills young people can develop
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award - Jamaica
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - Jamaica became a National Award Operator and full member of the Association in 2000. The Award has been introduced into all secondary schools in the country, with the support of the government.
Lincoln Hall is a residential educational centre for young men between the ages of 12 to 18 who have been referred through the Family Court system. The students come from some of the poorest ... read more
Earlier this year 23-year-old Ryan Hreljac, a Gold Award holder and entrepreneur from Canada, took up a role as Assistant Project Manager at Ryan’s Well Foundation, a charity he founded aged seven ... read more
Thompson Egbo-Egbo grew up in Regent Park, Toronto, a low income, high crime neighbourhood. Regent Park was one of two communities chosen by the municipal authority in 1997 to trial The Duke of ... read more
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