Bepro to host Mirrors information session
The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce’s Emerging Professionals Division is partnering with the Mirrors Programme to host an information session next week.
The information session will feature Mirrors’ newly released enrolment video, which provides a fantastic look into the programme and its impact, for youth and volunteers.
In making the announcement Bepro chairman Korie Minors said: “We are committed to providing our members and outside individuals with educational and community opportunities.
“Bepro is delighted to be collaborating with the Mirrors Programme, with hopes of making a difference in the lives of Bermuda’s youth.”
The forum will be led by Nicola Paugh, recruitment manager for Mirrors Bermuda, who said: “Mirrors empowers and inspires youth to reach their full potential through personal transformation, character development and performance coaching.
“The long-term objective of the programme is to make better learners and build a resilient community of young adults who have positive life outcomes in education, employment and pro-social behaviour.
“We were delighted when the Chamber’s Emerging Professional’s Division agreed to partner with us once again by hosting this event.
“It is our hope that individuals interested in supporting young people on a path to success or those open to personal growth will come out to hear more about the Mirrors Programme, our free camp opportunities for Bermuda youth, and the volunteer options available.”
Mr Minors added: “Bepro is always interested in growing its general membership with pathways to the executive board. We are actively encouraging all interested young professionals between the ages of 18 and 40 to attend this free event.”
The forum will be held on Thursday, July 26 in the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce Board Room, at 1 Point Pleasant Road, Hamilton, and will start at 5:30pm. For further information, please contact Korie Minors at firstname.lastname@example.org
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