CITCO establishes a Youth Connect Student Hub

CITCO establishes a Youth Connect Student Hub

The Belize City Council is hoping to support the future generation in their academic journey with the launch of its Youth Connect Student Hub. Students from schools across Belize City will be able to access internet services, tutoring, mentorship, and help with their assignments free of cost at the hub. The child-friendly space, located at the City Hall, was established to assist in closing the learning gap that was created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Belize City Mayor, Bernard Wagner, says that the hub will promote and empower the youth in Belize City who may not always have the resources they need readily available.

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