HUB Projects

The objectives are to build the self-esteem of participants, give them a voice which challenges them to find solutions to issues in their communities as well as provide them with the practical skills necessary to enter into the workplace.

Computer Session

The AgriHack Talent Caribbean Competition (2014)

Agri-Hack Talent Caribbean is an initiative which aims to promote youth involvement in agriculture by challenging young persons to build innovative ICT applications to service the


Website Building for Schools (2013)

This programme was borne out of the discovery that, notwithstanding rapid technological advancement, many schools in Trinidad and Tobago do not own a website. The “Website Buildi


e-Cycle (2012)

In April 2012, the HUB launched its e-waste awareness initiative branded “e-Cycle” within a “Women & Girls in ICT” forum hosted by CANTO and Soroptomist International.


HUB Gallery

Photos from Past Workshops and Graduation Ceremonies

  • Kris Adams

    Kris Adams

    Past Participant of the ICT Skills Building Programme and Current HUB Junior Member,

    “In the HUB program, I love what I’m learning, we have the best teachers and I take much responsibility in it [the ICT programme] because it’s what I want to do for the rest of my life”.

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    ICT Skills Building Programme (2014) Testimonials

    Parents, Teachers, and Stakeholders Feedback,

    Positive comments from parents, teachers and other stakeholders in the audience were in abundance. Inspired by the events of the evening, a representative of the Guardian Life, Dexter George Agency, spontaneously presented a cheque to the Chairman of the Community HUB Corporation to demonstrate the Agency’s support for the continued work of the organization.

  • Shenille Jack

    Shenille Jack

    Past Participant of the eCycle Workshop,

    “My experience at the Community HUB was just plainly amazing. I experienced new stuff, I learnt a lot of new things and I’m just happy for it and I’m grateful.”  

Meet With The Directors of the HUB

The HUB’s Board of Directors is comprised of Trinidad & Tobago citizens who have worked with government to roll out ministry-wide initiatives and have implemented several national projects. Our team comprises persons who are senior technology professionals, Fulbright scholars, tourism industry officials and professionals with experience in youth and community development.

Donors of HUB

Since its incorporation in 2009, the HUB has formed strategic partnerships with, received funding from and worked alongside several reputable organisations locally, Regionally and internationally. Partner organisations span the education, telecom, ICT and agriculture sectors.


The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)


Microsoft Trinidad and Tobago


Fujitsu Caribbean



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