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Upton Girls’ Garden Centre Welcomes Applications


The Upton Girls’ Garden Centre, a leading institution in empowering and supporting young females experiencing challenges, announces the opening of applications to its Development Center for the academic year 2023/24.

Recognizing the increasing levels of indiscipline impacting the nation’s youth, Director of the Centre, Olympia Piper Cools-Vitalis, stresses the importance of these specialized programs, and their relevance now more than ever.

The Upton Gardens Girls Center recognizes the vital role of emotional and social support in the development of young individuals; and as such, the programs encompass parenting training, individual and family counseling, aftercare support, and follow-up services to ensure long-term success and stability for participants.

The application process for these transformative Programs is now open for the new academic year September 2023 to July, 2024.  Interested candidates and their guardians are encouraged to apply early to allow for effective internal processing time.

For more information on Upton Garden Girls’ Centre’s application process, please visit or call 452-5094 or 285-6841.

SOURCE: Ministry of Equity, Social Justice & Empowerment

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