When Aquinas College student Rajeyve Smith joined the Governor General’s Youth Award in tenth grade his main goal was to sharpen his leadership skills…
Monthly Archives: July 2016
Within weeks of assuming office, BTVI’s president, Dr. Robert W. Robertson was already representing the institution – and by extension, The Bahamas – at an international conference.
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) is in continued talks with industry, as it seeks to strengthen ties and its position as the country’s premier organization for career training.
Six students from Cat Island have been selected to participate in the 2016 Youth Ambassadors Exchange Program in the United States August 8-26, 2016.
As The Bahamian Project wraps up its latest series of portraits, photographer Duke Wells tells The Tribune’s Cara Hunt about documenting the faces of the Bahamas and the need for a national portrait gallery.
A leading compliance expert is stressing the need for intensive lobbying and dialogue between regional correspondent banks and U.S-based Tier 2 banks amidst the current climate of de-risking.
Former MP Pierre Dupuch Questions The Graduate’s Motives and Suggests The Graduate is Using Diversionary Tactics to Distract the Public.
The U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Section presented the Attorney General’s Court Reporting Unit with 28 computers on July 15th in support of The Bahamas’ efforts to strengthen the justice sector.
Stylish cuts, thigh-high slits, boundary-pushing head pieces, plunging necklines and overall avant garde fashion that could have graced the runways of Paris, New York or Milan, fashion students and alumni of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) recently designed stunning creations for the Miss Bahamas Designer Showcase competition.