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 TVJ Morning Time interview Youth engagement and mentorship

TVJ Smile Jamaica, May 19, 2023 Neville Bell interview guest, Trisha Carara discussing Youth Engagement and Mentorship

Discover the transformative impact of our various engagements, as we actively advocate for youth engagement, bolstering the education system, and empowering communities to prevent youth crime.

Through our captivating television appearances, we have passionately discussed the importance of youth involvement, highlighting initiatives that inspire and empower the next generation.

Engaging radio interviews have provided us with a platform to delve deeper into the challenges faced by today's youth, while emphasizing the significance of quality education and its role in shaping their future.

Leveraging the power of virtual connectivity, our Zoom interviews have brought together experts, educators, and advocates to explore innovative solutions for youth crime prevention.

Furthermore, we are proud to host a dedicated segment on an esteemed international radio program, “The Diaspora Junction with Donovan and Trisha), on WESU FM 88,1 CT., USA where we shed light on the invaluable resources, programs, and strategies that communities worldwide can adopt to create safer environments and brighter futures for our youth. Join us on this impactful journey as we amplify the voices and ignite change for a better tomorrow. This segment is during The Reggae Voyage Show, WESU 88.1 fm, listen via www.wesufm.org The Reggae Voyage Show, Saturdays 8 - 10:00 pm USA - EST., The Diaspora Junction, second Saturday 8:30 pm USA - EST.

We will also showcase other areas such as entrepreneurship and parenting, to name few.

Trisha is very passionate about youth, however her work has been beneficial to adults who engage her products and services.

 

Media House Engagements

 

 

     

Ministry Of Labour & Social Security (Jamaica) - Child Labour / Community Level Engagement Workshop, Troy High School, Troy Trelawny, Jamaica

   

Other Engagements

  • The Office of Children’s Advocate (OCA) Be Social Be Smart - Social Media Guide For Children Panel Discussion, Universal Children’s Day, November 20 2017, Launch of three Social Media Manuals, #BeSocialBeSmart published by the Office of the Children’s Advocate! Aired live on Both Sides with Dervan Malcolm  https://bit.ly/3A1AHVa   Video courtesy of Both Sides 

  • Sickle Cell Unit, University of The West Indies Summer Camp August 16 2018, where Trisha had the privilege of a rap session with the young men, their discussions varied around communication skills, self-awareness, making the best choices, socialising… basically the young men had the opportunity of guiding the conversation. The boys were gifted with Better And Determined (BAD) activity sheets.
  • Trisha Carara, Assisted Colonel Martin Rickman, The (Former) National Coordinator for The Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Programme out of The Office of The Prime Minister, with the Windscreen Wipers Project, in partnership with HEART Trust/ NSTA, the National Service Corps Programme and the Jamaica Constabulary Force and the private sector,  July 2019  https://jis.gov.jm/features/new-direction-for-windscreen-wipers/ link courtesy of Jamaica Information Service (JIS)
  • Meeting with Mr. Paul Sully, Jamaica Country Director (former) of US Peace Corps, The Honourable Minister Dr. Norman Dunn, and Trisha Carara representing The Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Programme. Where discussions were had on behalf of both the US Government representatives and Jamaican Government discussing Youth engagement projects https://www.instagram.com/p/B7b9TYQBOA1/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link courtesy of Paul Sully Instagram @paulsully18
  • Motivational Engagement Session With Penwood High School Students - A Mathematics Conversation - Trisha Carara had the pleasure of engaging students of Penwood High School on topics they chose. Together we shared the challenges of mathematics and how important it is to adapt, adjust and apply themselves to do what they MUST in order to have what they want. Thanking Penwood High School for another memorable moment in 2022​​​. Watch the clip here https://youtube.com/shorts/Mjv6AsfdCUI?feature=share

  • Presenter at the Global Education Teacher (G.E.T.) Summit held in Kingston, Jamaica on January 21, 2023, on the topic “Teachers As A Change Agent, Children’s Voices Matter”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3oVnpVOaTg
  • Trisha Carara was the Child’s Month Special Guest on Let’s Talk Under The Reggae Tree Foundation, a USA based foundation that hosts an online youth mentorship program with children worldwide, where Trisha is a member of the Executive Committee. On May 27, 2023, Trisha presented on “How To Master Time Management”. Time management is a Topic in one of my books Your Dreams Trisha is of the view that some students may not be excelling due to poor time management and organisational skills. Here presentation enlightened the children on giving thought to their responsibilities, prioritising, adjusting, being focused and how good time management skills can help them to realise success. Let’s Talk Under The Reggae Tree Ltd., has its offices in Kingston, Jamaica. 
  • Trisha Carara generously volunteers as a member of the Planning Committee for the annual fundraising event organized by The Lawman Lynch Foundation, Music For Life, and The Foundation Awards. This remarkable event aims to raise funds to provide scholarships, school supplies, and meals for students in Jamaica. Trisha's dedication and commitment make a significant impact on the success of this noble cause, ensuring that deserving students receive the support they need for their education and well-being.

  • SURREY COUNTY YOUTH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT - CRIME AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP (JAMAICA). THEME: TEK BACK JA YOUTS, September 30, 2023 Trisha Carara generously volunteers as a member of the Planning Committee for the annual fundraising event organized by The Lawman Lynch Foundation, Music For Life, and The Foundation Awards. This remarkable event aims to raise funds to provide scholarships, school supplies, and meals for students in Jamaica. Trisha's dedication and commitment make a significant impact on the success of this noble cause, ensuring that deserving students receive the support they need for their education and well-being.
  • MINISTRY OF LABOUR & SOCIAL SECURITY (JAMAICA) - CHILD LABOUR / COMMUNITY LEVEL ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOP, WITH FACILITATOR TRISHA CARARA, November 3, 2023, Child awareness workshop for St. Elizabeth and Trelawny communities hosted by Troy High School, located in Troy, Trelawny, Jamaica on November 3, 2023. Community members, adults, and children engaged in interactive conversations that was informative and encouraged members to become ambassadors to spread the message of the causes, and dangers and to end child labour. Community members participated in creating posters that have the message of ending child labour and provided the community members with the understanding and exposure of how they can become ambassadors to help bring awareness to child labour and the importance of children being at school.
  • MINISTRY OF LABOUR & SOCIAL SECURITY (JAMAICA)- CHILD LABOUR / COMMUNITY LEVEL ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOP, WITH FACILITATOR TRISHA CARARA, November 10, 2023 Child awareness workshop for Communities of St. Catherine hosted by Kuluga Kafe located in Old Harbour, Jamaica, on November 10, 2023. Community members, adults, and children engaged in interactive conversations that was informative and encouraged members to become ambassadors to spread the message of the causes, and dangers and to end child labour. Community members participated in creating posters that have the message of ending child labour and provided the community members with the understanding and exposure of how they can become ambassadors to help bring awareness to child labour and the importance of children being at school.