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Sampath Bank launches youth empowerment

Leadership campaign at Thurstan College.

Sampath Bank has partnered with the AIESEC local committee of the University of Sri Jayawardenapura to promote youth empowerment in the country. Sampath Bank Managing Director Aravinda Perera and Vice Chancellor, University of Sri Jayawardenapura, Dr. N.L.A. Karunarathna signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the bank's auditorium. Since then 18 events have been held allocating six each for Leadership Campaigns, Sessions and Special Projects from January 22 to March 29. A representative of Sampath Bank said that the Bank was proud to be engaged in a collaborative partnership with the Sri Jayawardenapura University in monitoring and guiding youth empowerment projects islandwide.

"Sampath Bank attaches great importance to initiatives aimed at contributing to the country's progress and development in all arenas," he said.

Sampath Bank's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is based on the 5E model, falling under the theme 'Education for Development'.

The programs implemented so far have been conducted by undergraduates from the Sri Jayawardenapura University and 11 foreign interns from Bosnia, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Pakistan, Russia and Ukraine.

Under the theme Ample Path of Inspiration (API), the Leadership Training Campaign kicked off at Thurstan College on January 22 while the first CSR program was conducted on March 6 at the National Cancer Hospital, Maharagama.

Several sessions on Leadership Training at the University of Sri Jayawardenapura covered topics such as Corporate World, Social Dancing, Documentary Writing, Presentation and Public Speaking and Social Etiquette.

The other Leadership Training Campaigns targeted at the Prefects' Guild and selected senior students were held at Dharmapala College, Rajarata College, Hingurakgoda, Rippon College, Galle, Walagedara Central College, Matugama and Subarathi College, Godagama.

The second and third CSR projects were held at Mihindu Seth Medura,Attiditya and Mount Lavinia Beach (Beach cleaning up).

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