Youth Development
Youth Development Programs enhance young people’s skills interests and abilities through structured programs that measure the success of the program against the progress of the individual benefitting from the program.
 
 
 
Program

Upholding the Pillar of Education
 
Youth, Sport, Culture, Education and Capacity-building. These are the five (5) pillars on which National Energy has built is CSR and Community Involvement Program over the years and in 2016, the company has continued to uphold the pillar of Education by lending support to students of schools in our fence line communities. This was evident in our annual distribution of book bags and school supplies to the graduating classes of our partner school, Milton Presbyterian Primary School and Brighton Anglican Primary School.
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National Energy Welcomes BUD Graduate Trainees
 
The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) launched its Graduate Trainee Programme, re-branded the Business Upstream Development (BUD) Graduate Trainee Programme.
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Computer Camp 2015 a Success
 
For the second consecutive year, National Energy hosted a computer camp during the July-August holidays for students of La Brea and environs.
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Promoting Reading Development
 
In keeping with the company’s commitment to its Corporate Social Responsibility pillar of Education, National Energy hosted Reading Workshops in the La Brea community.
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Football Clinic/Inter-primary School Football
 
July 6th Football Clinic/July 20th Football Competition - To further reinforce the new techniques learnt by the campers at National Energy’s football clinic in Mayaro. The Ron La Forrest Football Academy from Port of Spain was invited to participate in a friendly tournament at the Mafeking Recreational Ground. The Academy currently hosts a football program that targets at risk youth in the Port of Spain area.
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