During our Climate Quiz competition, after the Qualifying stage, CZITT visits the Top 16 Schools to engage with the students. We usually hold an assembly wherein we get the opportunity to talk to the students and also elaborate on the projects we are doing. In this greeting, our patron, His Excellency Justice Anthony Carmona, comes with us on these school visits. The students are very excited to meet him. He gives words of encouragement to the students and discuss with them the importance of climate change.
After the Qualifying stage of the Climate Quiz Season Two, CZITT paid visits to the Top 16 Finalist schools. His Excellency Justice Carmona came along with us on these visits. Students were excited to see him. At these visits, we gave out certificates to the 20 students who participated in the Qualifying Stage of the Climate Quiz Season Two. We also gave out medals and trophies at those schools who qualified last year and came in the Top Two for the Special Projects Competition.
His Excellency Justice Carmona with student from St Stephen’s College
Boys of Presentation College, Chaguanas show their excitement for His Excellency Justice Carmona
NorthGate students with certificates given by CZITT. In the front row from left, His Excellency Justice Carmona, in the centre, the Principal of NorthGate College and on the right, CZITT Founder, Mr Donald Baldeosingh.
Student from Miracle Ministries Pentecostal High School presents Mr Baldeosingh with token.
In 2019, Naparima Girls’ High School held a walkathon at their school. They invited CZITT to have a booth at their event where we were able to engage with the students that visited our booth and discuss more about the projects that we are doing. At the booth, we showcased videos relating to our Climate Quiz that schools participate in.
Mr Baldeosingh having a discussion with the Principal of Naparima Girls’ High School when CZITT attended their annual walkathon.
CZITT was invited to a walkathon hosted by the students and teachers of ASJA Girls’ College, San Fernando. CZITT representatives participated in the walkathon and had the opportunity to interact with the teachers and students.
CZITT attended Brazil Secondary School Walk Against Plastic Bags, where they distributed Moringa trees to the students and other participants. They had the change to interact with the students and teachers of the school and in that moment, they spoke about CZITT and the projects that is being done with the schools and other project ideas that Brazil Secondary School can collaborate with CZITT on.
In 2019, CZITT participated in a Student Symposium Panel presenting information on the projects they are doing and also students that took part in the Special Projects Competition from Naparima Girls’ High School, ASJA Girls’ College, San Fernando and Miracle Ministries Pentecostal High School, spoke on the projects they had done.