Most students who are lucky or good enough to receive scholarships tend to go through school on one endowment. Nineteen-year-old Crystina Perkins is an exception.
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Sandals Resorts International (SRI)’s Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship Created in Honour of ‘Butch’ Stewart
Sandals Resorts International’s Adam Stewart announced the creation of The Gordon “Butch” Stewart Tourism & Hospitality Scholarship designed to develop the next generation of Caribbean tourism leaders
Challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Turks & Caicos’ Ministry of Education to make major changes to the 2021 scholarship application process
Jamaican Professor donates scholarships as UWI’s 2020 Global Giving Campaign continues to receive generous contributions from alumni & partners
PDr Nigel Clarke, says payments that are outstanding under two components of the Government’s $10-billion COVID-19 Allocation of Resources for Employees (CARE) Programme, are expected to be made during December.
1,400 Jamaican students will be able to get online for classes & take advantage of distance learning following the donation of tablets from Sandals Foundation
Shelice Anderson, a former Herbert Morrison Technical High School top CSEC and now UTECH/Montego Bay Community College student is determined to win through the struggles of university and COVID-19. She was recently awarded one of the JMMB’s Joan Duncan Foundation annual scholarship for final year students.
Shantel Williams, an aspiring ICT teacher, is the first recipient of the inaugural Programme of Advancement Through Health and Education (PATH) Tertiary ICT Scholarship.
The 2020 Campion College student (Kashief Barton), a third-form student at the institution was awarded the Spirit Of ’86 Scholarship programme. He plans to use the award to help him achieve his paediatrician goal
Becoming a statistician was never something Amanda Lee had planned on doing. When the St. Hugh’s High School past student started UWI, her career goal was to become an economist