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C&W Communications Recruits Seven Young Professionals


C&W Communications, a leading telecommunications and entertainment provider in the Caribbean, is pleased to announce the successful recruitment of seven exceptional young professionals as a part of their competitive Graduate Program.

This Program reflects C&W Communications’ unwavering commitment to attracting, nurturing, and developing regional talent to drive its future leadership and growth.

The Graduate Program targets recent university graduates with less than 2 years of experience and the potential for rapid advancement.

Over the course of 24 months, participants engage in a series of challenging projects, immersive learning workshops, and mentoring experiences that equip them for managerial positions.

“We are thrilled to welcome these promising young people to the C&W family,” stated Dom Boon, Vice President of People. “The Graduate Program plays a pivotal role in our efforts to invest in and shape the next generation of leaders. These graduates represent the future architects of our company and the wider Caribbean region. I am especially pleased that we more than doubled the Caribbean representation this year going from 2 Graduates in 2022 to 7 this year, showcasing our commitment to nurturing regional talent.”

This year’s cohort includes Raven Massiah from Barbados, Odane Blidgen, Chelsey Cunningham, and Sherice Preddie from Jamaica, Jalen Monzac from St. Kitts, Shania Alexander from Trinidad & Tobago, and Kaneisha Johnson from The Bahamas.

Boon continues, “Each of these individuals brings a unique blend of skills, knowledge, and fresh perspectives to the company. This is a part of our strategy of fostering a strong pipeline of future leaders, poised to steer the region to unprecedented heights.”

The C&W graduates, join six other Graduates from C&W’s sister companies in Panama and Puerto Rico.

SOURCE: C&W Communications

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