Five students of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) now have international certification in Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC).
Aquinas College team wins Earth Day competition by transforming waste matter into fuel, water and electricity
President of the Montaque Group and Creator of Islands of the World Fashion Week, Owen Bethel, was a panelist at a Fashion Forum held at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) and emphasized the importance of thinking globally.
The United States Embassy’s Public Affairs Officer visited Grand Bahama for the official launch of the Junior Red Cross program during a ceremony at the Pelican Bay Resort. Top winners in the U.S. Embassy’s 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest were also awarded at the ceremony.
As the Government Printing Department (GPD) prepares to celebrate its 41st anniversary this Friday, history would reflect that what it has evolved into began as an apprenticeship program at The Nassau Technical Centre (NTC) The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).
A fifth grade class at Woodcock Primary School got quite a treat on Thursday, March 20 when they were invited to participate in a tour onboard the visiting U.S. Coast Guard Guard Cutter GANNET while docked at the Prince George Wharf.
The Guidance Counselling Department of the R. M. Bailey Senior High School hosted an Eleventh Grade Retreat under the theme, Changing Myself Positively, Changes My World. During the one-day retreat, students heard from various speakers on topics addressing tertiary education, finances, cyber crimes and bullying, and appearances.
Euphoria shoots through tenth grader, Arvis Mortimer when she spots a long awaited sight – camp lights in the distance. She had spent most of the day trudging along in the scorching sun, carrying about 30 percent of her body weight in a heavily laden backpack.
Jameila Singh, an eighth grade student of the Acklins Central High School was the winner of the 2014 MICAL District Spelling Bee.