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Setting the pace
A former social worker and school guidance counselor, Christine Williams, has seen struggling children from both the government and private school sectors falling through the cracks and she knew that she wanted to work to help those students. She pro...
 
 
$2.1 million bursary awards paid out
Keishawn Roye, a St. John’s College graduate is one of 433 incoming and current College of The Bahamas (COB) students who were awarded $5,000 annual scholarships to attend COB this fall, representing a 15 percent increase in the amount of award rec...
 
 
Old as the hills and new as today
Someone who is a human resources consultant and who is marketing my annual staff motivation program which is delivered online through The Reilly Institute website which can be accessed at www.dpaulreilly.com to businesses, told me of her meeting with...
 
 
RBC reaches out
In an effort to support REACH Bahamas’ mission to increase autism awareness in The Bahamas, RBC Royal Bank hosted a special event where executive leaders of R.E.A.C.H along with a student representative, Danier Rolle, were presented with school bag...
 
 
Hard work pays off
One child is expensive, but giving birth to twins means daunting bills to pay for college education. For All Bahamas Merit (ABM) Scholar Domonic McDonald and his twin Donovan McDonald, a National Merit Scholar (NMS), post-secondary education would ha...
 
 
Exposing students to geosciences
Twenty-three high achieving students who will enter ninth grade in the new school year have been engaged in the Bahamas Geoscience Academy with a goal to increase the number and diversity of high school graduates entering STEM (science technology, en...
 
 
Lemonade for a cool cause
Solomon’s Fresh Market “Kids Who Care Club” (SKWCC) recently donated $1,670 for Bahamas Reef Environmental Educational Foundation (BREEF) Family Island Sea Camps. The youngsters, aged seven to 14, recently spent Fridays and Saturdays selling fr...
 
 
COB president promises transparency
College of The Bahamas (COB) president Dr. Rodney Smith indicated that the soon-to-be University of The Bahamas would begin work towards acquiring full accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), an umbrella organizati...
 
 
Build a better mousetrap
My friend, I’m quite sure that just about all of my valued readers are more than familiar with the well-known saying about building a better mousetrap. It says in effect, that one builds a new version of a product or comes up with a better service ...
 
 
ABM scholar to be selected from ‘phenomenal’ pool
A “phenomenal” candidate application pool means that this year an All Bahamas Merit Scholar (ABM) as well as an ABM runner-up and multiple Merit Scholars will be named when the 20th person to be named All Bahamas Merit Scholar since the introduct...
 
 
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