Category Archives: Jamaica scholarships

self-financing scholarships

Self-Financing Public Bodies Should Provide Scholarships in Jamaica

  Former Finance Minister Wants Self-Financing Public Bodies to Provide Scholarships Former Minister of Finance and the Public Service and now Minister of Agriculture, the Hon. Audley Shaw, says he will be recommending the institution of a policy that will encourage self-financing public bodies to establish scholarship funds for the nation’s students. “If every self-financing

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unattached youth

Unattached Youth Encouraged to Register for Skills-Based Programmes

Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, has called on unattached youth living in Zones of Special Operations (ZOSOs) to register for skills-based programmes the Government is offering. Speaking with young people during a tour of the ZOSO in Denham Town, Kingston, to “ascertain the ZOSO’s effect on children, students and

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Spanish Jamaican Foundation

Spanish-Jamaican Foundation Pays for Students’ Exams

The Spanish-Jamaican Foundation has provided $1,491,375 to cover the cost for 1,025 students to sit their upcoming Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Spanish oral examinations. The students are from schools in regions three and four of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information. Portfolio Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, who accepted the cheque from

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Hope Elliott Memorial scholars

Corporate Women Fête Hope Elliott Memorial Scholars

The fifth cohort of the Hope Elliott Memorial Scholars and Scholarship winners — Kalicia Munn and Danielle Samuda of The Queen’s School — got the opportunity last Wednesday to sit at the feet of some of Jamaica’s leading female corporate figures at a celebratory luncheon in their honour at the Valencia Suite of Spanish Court Hotel.

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Hope Summer Work Programme Extended to April 27

Application for Hope Summer Work Programme Extended to April 27 The application deadline for the HOPE Youth Summer Work Programme has been extended to April 27, 2018. The thrust, which is in line with the Government’s initiative of the Housing, Opportunity, Production and Employment (HOPE) Programme, will enable 14,000 young people to benefit from valuable

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