Bank Of Saint Lucia, SALCC Support Youth Entrepreneurship!

Financial Support

Bank of Saint Lucia has formally started its association with the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC) on the side of the advancement of business and independent venture undertakings.

The SALCC Gateways to Global Careers Program is intended to give understudies and youthful business people active, vivid preparation and involvement with firing going the first business.

The College likewise sent off the main Innovation Hub in the OECS district.

On Friday, February 25th, 2022, the Bank of Saint Lucia and the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College facilitated a check handover service at the College grounds, where the monetary establishment introduced a check for XCD$20,000 towards these weighty projects.

Delegate Managing Director Lending and Investments Mr Medford Francis was happy to be a piece of the joint effort expressing that “These drives adjust impeccably with the centre mainstays of the Bank’s concentration. We consider this to be vital to supporting financial advancement in Saint Lucia and we are satisfied to be a piece of this drive. This handover service is
simply the start of one more coordinated effort with the school.”

Dr Keith Nurse, President and Principal of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College clarified that “the new program and association with BOSL is a way breaker in working with business in Saint Lucia as well as in the OECS and the more extensive Caribbean.”

The cooperation between the Bank of Saint Lucia and the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College is a longstanding one and addresses the combination of shared interests in profoundly shaping the personalities and extending the skylines of our country’s childhood, and in setting out significantly more open doors for independent venture driven financial improvement in Saint Lucia.

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