The Sandals Foundation’s Reading Road Trip program offers Sandals Resorts’ guests an opportunity to visit Caribbean schools and help students improve their literacy skills.
RBC Royal Bank recently sponsored the 5th Annual Summer Music Camp & Mentoring Program – which has impacted the lives of young musicians, offering them professional mentorship.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved two loans totaling $24 million to help The Bahamas promote foreign trade, improve customs, fight poverty and assist students.
Eight Bahamian students have been awarded $47,000 worth of scholarships to pursue their tourism-related studies during the upcoming school year.
Entry into the Ministry of Health’s Nursing Cadet Program and the Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc) Nursing Program at The College of The Bahamas are quickly becoming a “hot ticket”.
Public and private secondary school graduates were encouraged to “think outside of the box” and take advantage of job opportunities – particularly in the internet/social media/technology fields.
The government intends to forge academic partnerships with specially selected tertiary institutions that offer special services hearing impaired students require.
A group of 44 students was officially inducted into the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Rangers programme during an installation ceremony, at the Marsh Harbour Port Department in Abaco,
Moore’s Island All-Age School students performed well during the recent E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Adjudications, at the Greater Bethel Native Baptist Church, in Hard Bargain, Moore’s Island.