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Media room: Here what the largest media houses in Jamaica and the Caribbean is saying about our parent company – Next Move Jamaica.  ScholarshipJamaica.com is the newest scholarship centered website from Next Move Jamaica and our international affiliate NMJ International, LLC (a New York Based not-for-profit).

We have being in operation for the past decade and have captured the interest of student, teachers, parents, the corporate sector and ultimately our media room is now presenting what the media is saying. Through our media room, you will see their testament of our innovation and services, which we are exceeding for our students, parents and corporate clients here in the United States.

 

JamaicaStar

Jamaica’s First National Scholarship Digest Published: June 11, 2012

Financial assistance opportunities for students pursuing higher education can now be accessed in one location, with the publication of Jamaica’s first National Scholarship Digest. With this publication, Next Move Jamaica (NMJ) has made the process easier for aspiring or returning students searching for the right scholarship to study locally or overseas.

 

 

youthlink scholarship newsGeneral Accident Donates J$1Million for the National Scholarship Digest Published: May 23, 2012

General Accident Insurance Company Limited, a member of the Musson Group, has signed a sponsorship agreement valued at $1 million with Next Move Jamaica Limited to facilitate the publication and distribution of Jamaica’s first annual national scholarship digest – The General Accident National Scholarship Digest (NSD). General Accident has also donated two scholarships – valued at $70,000 each – in memory and honour of the founder and former chairman of the Musson Group, Desmond Blades.

 

 

Jamaica Information Service First Scholarship Digest Published to Assist Students | Published: June 9, 2012

Financial assistance opportunities for students pursuing higher education can now be accessed in one location, with the publication of Jamaica’s first National Scholarship Digest. With this publication, Next Move Jamaica (NMJ) has made the process easier for aspiring or returning students searching for the right scholarship, to study locally or overseas.

 

 

 

Jamaica Information Service Education Minister Welcomes National Scholarship Digest Published: April 26, 2012

Minister of Education, Rev. Hon. Ronald Thwaites, has welcomed the publication of the Scholarship Digest, noting that it will enable more students facing economic challenges to identify funding for higher education. “We are faced with lots and lots of students, who are capable…and able to matriculate into university but they can’t do so because of economic circumstances. We have a couple of dozen, who are in danger of being deregistered just before final exams because they can’t make the payments and didn’t know of scholarships”.

 

 

JamaicaObserver scholarshipGeneral Accident Donates J$1-M To Launch National Scholarship Digest Published: April 17, 2012

General Accident Insurance, a member of the Musson Group, has signed a sponsorship agreement valued at J$1 million with Next Move Jamaica Limited. The scholarship is set up to facilitate the publication and distribution of Jamaica’s first annual National Scholarship Digest — The General Accident National Scholarship Digest (NSD). General Accident has also donated two scholarships – valued at J$70,000 each — in memory of Desmond Blades.

 

 

TVJ’s Smile Jamaica It’s Morning Time – Interview Date Aired: November 29, 2010

 Next Move Jamaica Limited the first and only scholarship digest in Jamaica and the region (now publish as ScholarshipJamaica) was officially launched to the world in an interview on Smile Jamaica morning programme on Television Jamaica. This interview was aired on November 29, 2010 only 9 months after opening operation.  We were interview by two of Jamaica’s premier media personalities – Neville Bertis Bell and Simon Crosskill.

 

 

 

JamaicaObserver scholarshipNext Move Jamaica name six inaugural scholarship winners Published: Tuesday | November 01, 2011

Omar Rolando Wright, a straight ‘A’ student of Excelsior High School, has been named among six secondary school students who have won Edna Green Endowed Scholarships offered by Jamaica’s first and leading online scholarship database — Next Move Jamaica Limited (NMJ). The scholarships are expected to cover the students’ school fees and other school expenses for the 2011/2012 academic year.

 

 

Gleaner Company_LtdMillions in scholarship money available to Jamaican students Published: Thursday | November 25, 2010

Thousands of Jamaican students should soon be able to gain access to before-now-hard-to-find scholarship opportunities. Four young entrepreneurs – Orlando Grant, Hugh Williams, Mario Parram and Christopher Grant – who had to endure the experience of going through college while desperately needing scholarship funding, are trying to ensure that young Jamaicans wanting to realize their dreams won’t have to suffer the same fate.

 

 

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