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TAP Jamaica is born! Print E-mail



In 2013, the TAP Jamaica program participants decided to start their own not-for-profit organization called
“TAP Jamaica”. That summer they elected their Board of Directors for a 5 year term. TAP has supported them along this journey by running intensive program sessions in November of 2013, and July of 2014.



About TAP Jamaica
                                                    

VISION: Creating a holistic Jamaica


MISSION: Inspiring youth to build a stronger Jamaica utilizing the arts in order to foster holistic experiences

VALUES: Arts, Youth Development, Holistic Lifestyle, Community, Education & Creativity

 
Jamaica 2013-Present Print E-mail

In November of 2013, a small TAP team was able to celebrate Shaneil Orr and Jo-Dean Tapper's graduation from Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMC) as well as many TAP birthdays! The team also ran workshops in finance, yoga, business, and leadership. The team returned in July of 2014 to execute the Leadership & Organizational Development program, in order for TAP Jamaica to prepare for the upcoming year.

 
Jamaica 2013 Print E-mail

This year TAP Jamaica's theme was Empowerment and Transformation. A daily session called "All about you" was where Jamaican participants decided that they wanted to make their own NGO in Jamaica called "TAP Jamaica". They elected a Board of Directors and created various committees!! We are so excited and proud to watch this new phase develop!! Thank you to Manifesto|Jamaica for all your support!

   

 

 

 
Jamaica 2012 Print E-mail

In 2012, 18 Canadian participants headed to Jamaica for the 5th annual Summer Arts program.  

 

 
Jamaica 2011 Print E-mail

Workshops were lead in Theatre, Creative Writing, Music, Street Art, Visual Art, Dance, Culinary and Film/Photography with over 45 participants. The participants were introduced to many new art disciplines and some superstars were born! This year we piloted the Facilitator in Training (FIT) team program. In the photo below are the first five graduate from the program - Shemaine, Jermaine M., Shaneil, Jermaine S., and Jo-Dean!

 
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