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    About JN WAY

    JN Wise Aspiring Youth Programme (JN WAY) is a youth marketing initiative geared to promote financial literacy and empowerment among persons between 18 to 34 years. A total of 20 tertiary institutions are officially a part of this special programme.

    JN WAY trains, manages and coaches tertiary students (JN Youth Ambassadors) to actively engage with their peers to open accounts as well as to endorse the other offerings of the JN Group and its subsidiaries.

    JN Youth Ambassadors are tasked with the responsibility of:

    • promoting financial literacy among peers
    • making referrals for products and services offered by the JN Group
    • initiating the opening of savings accounts
    • identifying opportunities for partnership within their respective institution and
    • promoting JN via social media.

    Participating Schools

    List of JN WAY approved participating tertiary institutions:

    1.     Bethlehem Moravian College

    2.      Brown’s Town Community College

    3.      Caribbean Maritime Institute

    4.      Church Teachers’ College

    5.      College of Agriculture, Science and & Education

    6.      Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts

    7.      Excelsior Community College

    8.      GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sport

    9.      Knox Community College

    10.  Moneague Community College

    11.  Montego Bay Community College

    12.  Northern Caribbean University

    13.  Portmore Community College

    14.  Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College

    15.  Shortwood Teachers’ College

    16.  The Mico University College

    17.  The University of the West Indies

    18.  The University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica Campus

    19.  University of Technology, Jamaica

    20.  University College of The Caribbean

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