Logos Hope’s 400 volunteers from 60 nations wave their flags during the Annual Bow day.
Katalyxt does it again! A subsidiary of Mint Management and Finance Services Limited, presented the first round of Judging for the “Katalyxt Youth Innovators Competition” at the Jamaica Conference Center on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A strong turnout of participating schools made the atmosphere both interactive and electrifying while providing an avenue for students to share products/services to the team of judges.
< p>Mickella Anderson: Youthlink WriterIt has been a lifelong mission of the Reverend Dr James Gibbs to asssist children and young people, especially those who are often deemed as products of a 'system'. He told Youthlink, "It was the system that helped me and I have always wanted to give back to the system. I want to let these children realise that where I am today, I wasn't born like this, but I didn't allow the system to hold me back."
Mickella Anderson:Youthlink WriterConsciously Christina 
11th Annual World Telecommunication and Information Society Day Video Competition launched in Jamaica
Latara Boodie: Senior Youthlink Writer Did you know that York Castle High School was the first rural school to win the Schools' Challenge Quiz in 1971? Hmm, what else didn't you know? Youthlink has the inside scoop on York Castle High this week, so continue reading for more details.
Left: YL Must-try activity: Whatever you do, don't leave without recording a line or two to have with you as a reminder of the awesome memories you made at Jewel! Take it from General Manager Scott Robbins and staff member Zoey.  Mickella Anderson:Youthlink WriterPut your bun and cheese on pause and come along for the ride! This week, we're checking out what's hot at Jewel Runaway Bay Resort to really make your Easter sizzle!
Nestled in the cool, lush, green hills of Hanover, in the small, quiet, farming community of Pondside, is the renown Merlene Ottey High School. The school was constructed in 1988, but it remained unopened until February 1990, partly because it sustained structural damage during Hurricane Gilbert. Originally intended to be called Cascade Secondary Vocational, after the district designated for its location, a more ideal spot was identified in Pondside, which resulted in its present location.
The new 'kid' on the block Latara Boodie:Youthlink Writer