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After topping a field of 799 candidates for the Digicel Graduate Programme, the 18 individuals who made the cut for the Class of ’24 got to experience first-hand how the digital operator has been giving back to communities through the Digicel Foundation.
On April 8, they did an “urban tour” of some of the projects and social enterprises supported by the foundation in Kingston and St Catherine, interacting with beneficiaries in the process.
But, what was the experience like for the graduates?
Exciting, eye-opening and impactful were some of the words the graduates from Antigua, Barbados, Jamaica, Ireland, and Trinidad & Tobago used to describe the experience. Check out the video to see what they got up to and hear their thoughts on the tour.
Video recorded and edited by Ramon Lindsay.
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