Through the YE programme, WOU is able to keep in touch with todayâs youth while the mentoring process allows for staff development and sharing of knowledge, experience and resources with the students. Â The students in turn learn about time management, teamwork and how to get ahead in business the correct way by adhering to their morals with integrity and pride.
The main event is the YE Sales Fair at Queensbay Mall from July 25th to 26th. Athena will be liquidated on September 28th, and the official closing and prize-giving ceremony, complete with the exhibition of all the schoolsâ products, will be at the Annual Achievers Showcase on October 28th. Last year, the batch of Form 4 girls from CGL won for the Best Product category.
Deehbanjli says, âThis opportunity to give back to the community embodies well with the vision and mission of the university. Our team is very excited and committed to enabling CGLâs Athena to succeed.â
She hopes WOU continues to participate in the YE programme, which is incidentally into its 21st year, as it complements the universityâs âcorporate culture and identity as a not-for-profit educational institutionâ.Â