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No limits
In a country where successes of young teenage males are often over shadowed by narratives of crime and despair, David Jonathan Allens is one of many who continues to challenge himself to blaze a trail in his area of gifting. David’s journey of tal...
 
 
417 receive $2 million-plus in bursary scholarships
With bursaries totaling $2,085,000 per year for 417 students to be able to attend The College of The Bahamas (COB), scholarship recipients were reminded by Prime Minister Perry Christie that the funding to provide them with the opportunity to pursue ...
 
 
COB students intern at Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve
College of The Bahamas (COB) students Rose Charles, Brendan Toote, and Antonette Hudson were given the opportunity to study the natural history of Eleuthera at the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve over a seven-week period under the guidance of Dr. Eth...
 
 
Simone Cambridge is 2016 All Bahamas Merit Scholar
Queen’s College graduate Simone Cambridge is the eighth Queen’s College graduate to be named All Bahamas Merit Scholar in the 22 years since the inception of the award. She has earned a four-year $140,000 scholarship. Simone, 17, will be officia...
 
 
Making good use of the digital world
With the understanding that education is the key that will allow a person to discover the greatness within oneself, Liam Davis is pursuing a Master of Science degree in Accountancy at Wake Forest School of Business, and has taken a route that has bec...
 
 
Commonwealth Bank Emerging Leaders Award programme provides $50,000 towards endowment fund at COB
For the fifth consecutive year, Commonwealth Bank is offering students at The College of The Bahamas (COB) hope, encouragement and support in the form of scholarships as part of Commonwealth Bank’s Emerging Leaders Award Programme. Established in ...
 
 
Don’t worry about the how
So we’ve covered the method to use in being successful in life on many, many occasions in these articles over the years. Basically one sets a series of goals and objectives about what they want to achieve and then starts to endeavor to achieve thes...
 
 
A unique education
Tristen Thompson, 17, a St. Anne’s School graduate is preparing for a unique kind of learning post high school, with the assistance of a United World College (UWC) Scholarship. While she’s not the first Bahamian to receive a UWC scholarship, she ...
 
 
Making ready for the new school year
With mere weeks to the start of the new academic school year for most students, parents are consumed with ensuring that things like uniforms, school shoes and all the other sundry items are purchased, but one teacher urges parents to begin familiariz...
 
 
Are you serious about success?
I don’t know about you my friend, but over the years I have heard a whole lot of people tell me about what they intend to do with their lives, and what great projects they intended to bring to fruition, and yet years later when I bumped into these,...
 
 
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