60 Graduate Work Online Dominica Cohort 3
Sixty Dominicans have officially widened their nets on the job market following their participation in Work Online Dominica Cohort 3.
Over the course of 12 weeks, the work online initiative teaches persons between the ages of 18 to 45 how to get started working online, find new sources of income and increase their financial stability.
IsraAID Country Director, Ms. Nicole King says the last two years has exposed the need for digital innovation in order to remain connected.
IsraAID Country Director, Ms. Nicole King
Minister responsible for the digital economy Senator Cassani Laville says the world is moving at a pace where instant solutions are required to keep up with a constantly changing world.
Minister Laville applauded the participants for their involvement in this initiative.
He has commented on Dominica’s work in nature program an indicator of the island’s readiness to do business with the rest of the world.
Minister responsible for the digital economy Senator Cassani Laville
Work online Dominica cohort 3 is an initiative of The Government of Dominica in partnership with IsraAID, UNDP and the Dominica State College.