The individuals are drawn from regions 3, 4 and 5 and will be engaged in six days of intense training to motivate and inspire their interest to be self dependant.
The workshop provides practical experience in addition to business training.
Program Manager at the CARICOM secretariat Dr. Hilary Brown notes that follow-ups will be done after this workshop.
Acting Director at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport Gillian says this opportunity given to the young people will indeed benefit them in the future.
The CEBO initiative is introduced in six countries including Guyana and seeks to engage young people and have governments invest in their development to be better individuals in society and employable.
Funding for the regional project came from the Government of Japan, USAID and the UNDP Youth innovation Project.