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Winner announced of Edmonton's Junior Apprentice
From 19 candidates to just one, Edmonton’s Junior Apprentice has announced its winner.
After spending all week performing different tasks, Aaron Jerome Hamilton-Brown, 16 of Nightingale Road, Enfield emerged triumphant in the Edmonton Green Baptist Church competition.
The 16-year-old, who is part of the church in Monmouth Street, Edmonton, will now compete today against the winners from five other churches to become London’s junior apprentice, gaining a work placement at a corporate company for their efforts.
Mr Hamilton-Brown said: “I cannot believe I have won, I owe my win to my team mates, because without them I would not been able to achieve anything. I also owe my win to the leaders, because during my low points, they had faith in me and supported me so that from out of the darkness, I could walk out into the light.”
“It means a lot to me and I have had invaluable experience and more importantly it has brought the young people within the church together. It has boosted my self confidence but also helped me to deal with various situations; it has also given me skills for life such as teamwork, leadership, understanding, empathy and has helped me in my personal development.”
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