YMCA salutes Speciss College

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The Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) has acknowledged the important role Speciss College plays in the development of the country’s young people.

Douglas Bvumbi, the national programmes chairman for the Zimbabwean arm of YMCA, commended Speciss for remaining consistent in the provision of quality educational services.

“We see Speciss as one of the pioneering educational institutions in the country,” said Bvumbi while presenting an honorary Friends of the YMCA plaque to the college.

YMCA is a worldwide organisation that runs various social programmes mainly targeted at people below 35 years of age.

The organisation has more than 58 million beneficiaries across the world.

Over the past two decades, YMCA has arranged for many underprivileged students to study various courses at Speciss.
“We have always shared a wonderful relationship with Speciss,” Bvumbi said.

Wilson Seremani, Speciss chief executive officer (CEO), received the plaque on behalf of the college and thanked the YMCA for recognising the college’s efforts.

He expressed hope that the two organisations would explore further ways of ensuring that young people are equipped with skills they can use to get jobs or run their own businesses.

“Let us work together and find the best ways of keeping young people off the streets,” the Speciss CEO said.

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