Byline: Tina Santos
SOME 2,000 out-of-school youths in Caloocan City who cannot afford formal education may now acquire free livelihood skills training courtesy of the city police.
Caloocan City police chief Senior Supt. Benjardi Mantele said those selected are assured of landing jobs for they will be recommended to factory owners in the city, as soon as the youths have completed their training course.
Under the livelihood program dubbed Batang Out-Of-School-Youth for Economic Self-Reliance (Boses), trainees aged 15 to 21 years will be selected from at least 15 barangays in the city, the police chief said.
Mantele said those who are …