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Local companies urged to support young Caymanians

Local businesses already work hard to support young people in the community, but one company is imploring them to do more.

Red Sail has partnered with local schools to give Cayman’s kids the chance to get on-the-job experience.

Dive Supervisor Clive Webb said everyone is a winner if more businesses are willing to provide children with opportunities.

“Get involved, very simple, get involved. The more people involved in helping, the more experience we can give to people,” Mr. Webb explained.

He added: “what we want to do is spread the experience out, with other people as well. The more people involved, the better.”

Mr. Webb had the same advice for those on the other side: that young people should also be open to trying their hand at something different.

About the author

Caroline James

Caroline James

Caroline joined Cayman 27 in September 2018 after seven years working for Sky News in London, both as a Producer on the World News programme and, latterly, as News Editor on the Foreign Desk, where she led coverage on the ground of stories as diverse as the 2016 US Election, corruption allegations surrounding FIFA and The Oscars. Before this, she worked as a Producer for Associated Press Television News (APTN) for two years, based in their London headquarters. Caroline graduated with a BA Hons degree in Arabic, French and German from Durham University, before gaining an MA in Television Journalism with distinction at City University, London. When not hunting down stories in Cayman, she can be found playing tennis, practicing Bikram yoga or enjoying a beer on Seven Mile Beach. You can reach Caroline at or 326-2243.

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