Winners Announced For 13th Annual Sunshine Insurance Elmira College Essay & Speech Competition
Despite inclement weather, scores of Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) students flocked to the institution’s recent college fair to gain information inclusive of scholarship opportunities.
Many Bahamians have taken advantage of the quality tertiary education afforded by Canadian Universities.
The Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) hopes that their Sir Nicholas Nuttall Coral Reef Sculpture Garden will be a platform for raising awareness about threats to coral reefs and the catastrophic harm that can be caused to The Bahamas if the damage continues.
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) has announced three (3) finalists as it nears the end of its process to select the 2014 Financial Services Student of the Year.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association saw approximately 100 golfers Tee Off at the prestigious Ocean Club Golf Course at the BHTA’s 16th Annual Golf Tournament. Over twenty (20) Corporate Sponsors donated almost $ 50,000 in cash and prizes in of support BHTA’s Workforce Development initiatives and Scholarship Programs.
On September 24, the U.S. Embassy’s Youth Ambassadors representing the island of Abaco held an engaging community dialogue to promote social inclusion of Bahamians living with intellectual disabilities during a one-day forum at the Office of the Prime Minister in Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
Without doubt, the $400,000 salary demand by recently selected College of The Bahamas (COB) presidential candidate Rodney Smith is excessive, beyond the pale and, frankly, unreasonable.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation awarded a four-year scholarship to Joshua Darville, a 2014 graduate of the Technical Cadet Corps Programme (TCCP). Mrs. Jania Darville, Joshua’s mother, received the award on his behalf.