Youth Action Network

The U.S Embassy’s Public Affairs Section held its second annual Youth Action Network (YAN) Conference June 21-22, 2014 at the Splashmin’s Fun Park, Soesdyke-Linden Highway. Twenty Guyanese Youth Action Network members participated in competence-building seminars in the areas of personal development and goal setting, leadership styles, and strategies to motivate others, a release from the embassy said. The sessions were facilitated by Soren Griffith and Althea Thomas from the USAID-funded SKYE project, Professional Development Consultant Rawle Dundas, and Allana McCullock, a member of the National Hockey Team.

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