A hard working and multi-talented young man, Jaryed Myles gives 100 per cent to everything he does. At 19 years old, he has already demonstrated an incredible versatility, community focus and diverse talents, including taking part in the Youthflex radio programme and becoming its social director. He also has been a volunteer member of the Youth Services Unit for the past three years.
A graduate and former Deputy Head Boy at The Lighthouse School, Jaryed’s multiple awards at the school include those for perfect attendance, best effort, most improved and student of the month. An excellent speller, Jaryed has participated six times in the National Spelling Bee, winning the competition twice and he has also participated in the National Festival of the Arts and won an incredible 18 awards in the last eight years for singing, reading poems and playing musical instruments. He also participated in the Toastmasters Youth Leadership programme in 2015.
Jaryed’s particular talent is his love for photography. A prolific volunteer, Jaryed loves giving back to his community, helping out with many varied community service projects, especially those that are youth-related and run by the Youth Services Unit. Jaryed helps out by taking photographs at events, and this year volunteered as a devotional leader and photographer of the National Youth Culinary Programme Summer Camp over the summer.
Jaryed’s other passion in life is golf and he is a Special Olympics golfer.
Never letting the grass grow under his feet, Jaryed has shown just what a hard-working and conscientious young man he is by holding down jobs including working as an intern at The Lighthouse school, working in various roles at Book Nook, at both the George Town and Bodden Town public libraries, and also working at the Youth Services Unit.