Tiffany Weekes - Top Performer in OECS Creative Competition

A recent graduate of the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) is one of the top six performers in the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s Inaugural Creative Youth Competition.

Tiffany Weekes, who was awarded the third place position in the 13-16 age category, will receive $1000 and MSS will receive $500.

The ECCB competition is part of the bank’s Community Outreach Programme and is geared towards stimulating the minds of the regions youth. 

It was launched in September 2018, in collaboration with the Regional Security System Asset Recovery Unit (RSS ARU) and is opened to the students of the eight ECCB member countries between the ages of 13-19 years old.

News, CommunityTanisha Christopher