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Driven, determined and goal-oriented are a few words that describe the recipient of the 2018-2020 Aerotel Scholarship for students of engineering, electrical and computer engineering.The awardee, Navion Plummer, is also a study in perseverance and positivity, qualities which have brought him one step closer to realising his dreams of becoming an electrical engineer. Click here Read More

More companies urged to offer internships for young people

MINISTER of State in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Floyd Green, says an increased number of internships and apprenticeships would serve to drive down the high rates of unemployment and disengagement among young people, and as such, he urged more private sector companies to make spaces available. Click here to read full story

Make resolutions a daily habit

IT’S that time of year again when individuals and companies make resolutions that should have been part of their modus operandi every day anyway. Still, something about the new calendar year always gives us reason to find renewed resolve to change, improve, do more and be better people and leaders. Or so we tell ourselves Read More

Eight reasons

GLOBALISATION forces people to communicate and cooperate more for political, academic, economic, and cultural reasons. It is therefore becoming increasingly valuable for people to speak or study at least one language other than their mother tongue.There are more than 7,000 languages worldwide, some 23 of which account for more than half of the world’s population. Read More

Fight corruption with equal ferocity as crime

PRIME Minister Andrew Holness’s display of determination and grit in fighting crime must be commended, notwithstanding the fact that the chief duty of the State is the safety and security of citizens. Click here to read full story

RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH GOOD GRAMMAR

As if the words to Auld Lang Syne weren’t difficult enough to remember, ringing in a brand-new year comes with some particularly befuddling grammar landmines. Click here to read full story

Meadowbrook High impresse at US robotics competition

ATLANTA, Georgia — Three students from Meadowbrook High School in St Andrew were special guest participants at the Georgia Robotics Invitational Tournament and Showcase (GRITS) earlier this month and impressed competition organisers with their quick thinking. Click here to read full story

7 of the hottest jobs for 2019

With the constant evolution that is digital technology — think: Internet of Things (IoT), aritifical intelligence (AI), and cybersecurity — there is little wonder that some of the most in-demand jobs for 2019, according to recruiters and career site experts consulted by TechRepublic , are in the tech world. Here are seven of the hottest Read More

5 reasons to learn a new language

We’re pretty sure many of you will scribble “learn a new language” on your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2019. Learning a new language is always a good idea, but how do you decide, of the more than 3,000 all over the world, which one to choose? Your decision could be based on job Read More

Kansas teen to get high school,

ULYSSES, Kansas (AP) — A 16-year-old Kansas boy will soon earn his high school diploma — and a few days later he’ll travel to Harvard to collect his bachelor’s degree. Click here to read full story


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