Members of the Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce, co-founders Ronald Cetoute, Max Veve Joseph and Saurel Quettan launch the educational program “BEL Haiti Initiative” from June 3rd 2017 to July 3rd 2017 in Atlanta and Albany, Georgia.
Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that we are currently accepting applications for the “BEL Haiti Initiative”. The B.E.L. Haiti Initiative is a program that will provide an opportunity to 8 young Haitian entrepreneurs and leaders to explore business culture in the United States, from June 3rd to July 3rd in both Albany and Atlanta, Georgia.
The key areas that the participants will be exposed to are: Agribusiness, Tourism, Renewable Energy, and International Business. The program is at no cost for participants and the deadline to submit the application is March 31st 2017.
We are members of the GA Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce. We have decided to create an amazing program ” BEL Initiative ” that will be beneficial for both Haiti and the participants. The program will provide an opportunity for university students, entrepreneurs, and community organizers from Haiti to have the chance to explore business culture in the United States to find economic solutions, business plans and ideas. The program will last for 4 weeks and expose participants to four key areas that can improve the economy of Haiti using business skills. Those areas include Agribusiness, Tourism, Renewable Energy and International Business. The number of participants that we are looking for is 8; preferably 4 men and 4 women.
For more information about the program, visit their website: http://belinitiative.com/ and their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/belinitiative/