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$150,000 in scholarships for Bahamian students
A 12th grade Kingsway Academy student’s business plan to diversify the economy by creating a bush tea pharmacy has won her a $60,000 scholarship to attend Elmira College. Brittney Wells, 17, walked away with the top prize during the 13th Annual Su...
Paint a ‘mental picture’
Now as we all know, the whole process of becoming successful in life commences with the setting of goals for as my mentor Earl Nightingale put it "Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal”…… Yes it is! So we start the pr...
Preschool and Daycare Council commissioned
The Preschool and Daycare Council was commissioned on Monday, October 20 at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. The council will be the regulatory body for early childhood education and daycare, with the specific duties and responsibil...
OAS wants more Bahamian scholarship seekers
Representatives from the Department of Human Development, Education and Employment (DHDEE) of the Organization of American States (OAS) met recently with Bahamian stakeholders to apprise them of increased education and training opportunities for Baha...
Cat Island students visit Washington, D.C. on exchange program
Four students from Cat Island – Jurique Russell, Donea Burrows, Deshone Johnson and Terran Moss, were accepted to be young ambassadors from Cat Island on an exchange program to Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, D.C., by the school’s ...
RBC Royal Bank provides support to deserving BTVI students
RBC Royal Bank recently made a $10,000.00 donation to the Bahamas Technical & Vocational Institute (BTVI). The donation represents the third and final installment of a $30,000 RBC commitment to BTVI which provides tuition assistance to three dese...
Oil industry professionals leading recruitment drive for more Bahamians
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Buckeye Partners L.P., Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited (BORCO) and their sister affiliates started the third year of their Petroleum Products and Measurement Program at Bishop Michael Eldon School (BMES) ...
Victory or defeat?
My Friend, as you daily travel the road of life with all of its ‘Up's' and 'Down's', it's various battles which need to be fought in order to finally reach the target, which is of course Success City; do you anticipate, expect 'Victory Or Defeat?' ...
46 students enter Teacher-Cadet Program
The Teacher-Cadet Program recently received an influx of 46 students who it is hoped would be among the 2017 entrants of the School of Education at The College of The Bahamas. Tenth grade students from 14 high schools, an even split between public a...
St. George’s High School graduate awarded FIDA scholarship
St. George’s High School graduate Teonya Takahra Knowles is the eighth recipient of a two-year scholarship awarded by the Grand Bahama Chapter of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA). Knowles, who aspires to enter the field of law,...
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