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Saint Lucian Students To Benefit From Summer Employment


The Government of Saint Lucia Annual Summer Employment Programme will commence from June 03, 2024.

The programme seeks to place University, Tertiary level, and Form Five Secondary School students in suitable employment for a period of two months,  (June-July and July –August) at the various Line Agencies within the Public Service.

The primary objective of the Summer Employment Programme is to provide students with the opportunity to engage in practical work experience, thus acquiring new skills and competences. Participating students will be remunerated for the services provided during the period.

The Department of the Public Service kindly invites students to submit the completed Summer Employment Programme application form along with the following:

  • Copy of School Identification Card
  • Copy of National Identification Card

The completed application forms can be dropped off at the Department of the Public Service located on the 2nd Floor of the Greaham Louisy Administrative Building, or via email  Application forms for the Summer Employment Programme can be found on the Government of Saint Lucia website at:—application-form-2017.doc

Please note that the deadline to submit ALL application forms is on Friday, May 10, 2024.

SOURCE: Department of the Public Service

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  1. The uwp supporters must be against this initiative, anything that will benefit the youth, the uwps will go against it. Lorne Jules am I not correct?

  2. What are they gonna learn in the Public “Service”? How to be lazy, rude & incompetent?!

  3. Lydia
    What initiative??? You party hacks need to stop this BS.
    Go read up on your history.
    Summer jobs for students has been in placed from time immemorial.

  4. @Lydia I left school 20 years ago, and I had a summer job in the Public Service. So don’t act like this is something new…if you didn’t know, say you didn’t know 🤦🏾‍♀️

  5. This was a common thing under the Kenny Anthony led administration in the late 90 and early 2000


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