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Sandals Group's corporate financial controller enjoys success after derailment of medical career dreams

They say some people are born for certain jobs, and for group corporate financial controller and treasurer at Sandals Resorts International (SRI) Deveret Malcolm, this may well be true. Click here to read full story

Youth Ministry celebrates J'cans elected to Commonwealth Youth Council

Jamaican Tijani Christian has been elected to chair the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) for the 2018 – 2020 period, while his compatriot, Michelle Thomas, has been elected to the executive as Representative – Special Interest Groups, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information reported on Friday. The elections were held at the Commonwealth Youth Forum Read More

'Dweet fi di love!'

Some 300 students and teachers left The Worthington at Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on a high early last week, following an interactive, career-oriented presentation by well known educational leadership professional Dr Renee Rattray. “I want to remind you to do it fi di love!” the educator charged, quoting Chronixx’s popular song which was Read More

Boys in Education Week set for April 30

The British Council announced on Friday that the second iteration of its Boys In Education Week will be staged April 30 – May 3, 2018, under the theme: ‘Supporting a nation of champions’. Click here to read full story

OEC names building for Prof Neville Ying

The Overseas Examinations Commission (OEC) has recognised its longest-serving chairman Professor Neville Ying by naming a building in his honour. Click here to read full story

TAP trainees promised experiential learning

Participants in the Universal Service Fund (USF) Technology Advancement Programme (TAP) will be trained from a well-rounded curriculum, inclusive of face-to-face, experiential and practical exercises. Click here to read full story

Stacey Taylor wins!

Stacey Taylor of Hatfield Primary and Junior High School in Manchester is the 2018 National Mathematics Teacher of the Year.The announcement was made at Mona Visitors’ Lodge in St Andrew, on Wednesday, March 28.Taylor was chosen from a list of 17 regional finalists and five national finalists. A total of 63 primary and secondary school Read More

Wanted: male role models

Corporate executive Xesus Johnston, in response to what he sees as a gap in the socialisation of males, wants more men of his ilk and others to take active roles in the development of young men. Click here to read full story

Unity Primary, CIBC FirstCaribbean take on maths problems

The study of mathematics is transitioning from the abstract to a more manipulative, hands-on approach and Unity Primary and Infant School is working hard to raise the subject’s profile among its students and change negative attitudes and fears associated with it.The school is located in West Rural St Andrew and dates back to the 1800s. Read More

Glam up for Carnival

A year ago when University of the West Indies student Gabrielle Waite signed up for a job opportunity through the University and College Ambassadors (UCA) website, she had no idea that it would inspire her to start her own business.But after six months as part of the student-centred company, the 21-year-old started Gabby Glam Company, Read More

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