TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 2018: PORT OF SPAIN – Since 2014, Adrian and Kimline Clement, founders of the Excel Mentorship and Success Coaching Class have been providing a selfless service to children from nine primary and ten secondary schools along the East-West corridor. Programmes they offer include: academic and attitudinal improvement classes, parent-coaching support group, a back-to-school symposium and distribution of school supplies to students towards their academic advancement.
With the new addition of the Student Assignment Centre, the facility will now provide those students enrolled at the Excel Mentorship and Success Coaching Class, with access to the internet free of charge, allowing them to conduct research for their school assignments.
This was made possible under the Digicel Foundation Extraordinary Projects Impacting Communities (EPIC) Programme, through a grant of $33,750 to the organisation. The funds were used to purchase a SMART Board and a desk top computer.
Adrian Clement was in high praise of the Digicel Foundation for providing them with the much-needed technology equipment that will be used for the advancement of the academic and social development of these students. MP Esmond Forde commended Digicel Foundation for positively impacting communities throughout Trinidad and Tobago.