Maples and Calder joins Junior Achievement Corporate Ambassadors
Junior Achievement of the Cayman Islands recently received valuable support from one of Cayman’s most highly respected global law firms, Maples and Calder, as the firm joined a growing list of the programme’s new Corporate Ambassadors.
Speaking about the firm’s commitment to the education and development of Cayman’s young people, Managing Partner of Maples and Calder’s Cayman office, Paul Lumsden, said: “Maples and Calder is delighted to support a programme so dedicated to developing Cayman’s talent of the future. Becoming a Corporate Ambassador of this Junior Achievement programme means we are able to ensure its sustainability, which enables it to plan strategically for its future.”
Expressing his delight in this latest sponsorship addition, Mr Paul Byles, President of Junior Achievement, said that the programme assisted young people not only in their career path but in many other ways as well.
“We are deeply appreciative of the support we have received from our Corporate Ambassadors such as Maples and Calder,” he stated. “Young people who participate in the Junior Achievement programme benefit from obtaining a wide ranging set of skills that will help them reach their potential in so many ways. They learn about the power of collaboration, the relevance of hands-on learning and the passion to succeed with integrity and honesty, all vital life skills that they can draw from for the rest of their lives.”
Paul Lumsden, Managing Partner of Maples and Calder’s Cayman office, handing over the firm’s cheque to Junior Achievement Programme Director