Career & Education

Communications professional hosts parenting seminar

Sunday, October, 15 2017    

Maverick Communications Limited is seeking to stimulate interest in a parenting seminar it is staging at the end of the month. Read More

Is 'irregardless' a word?

Sunday, October, 15 2017    

Having heard this word one too many times, even from people we thought should have been better informed, we sought guidance from the holy grail — the Concise Oxford English Dictionary. Read More

SRC invites entries for science competitions

Sunday, October, 15 2017    

The Scientific Research Council (SRC) is alerting students that it is now accepting entries for its science-based essay and oratory, performing arts and poster competitions scheduled to take place between November 2017 and February 2018. Read More

Teacher out of work for three years

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, October, 15 2017    

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CASE interim president targets university status in five years

Friday, October, 13 2017    

INTERIM President of the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) Dr Derrick Deslandes plans to transform the multidisciplinary tertiary institution into a university within the next five years. Read More

Maggotty High celebrates 'whole' day

Monday, October, 9 2017    

Maggotty , St Elizabeth — Maggotty High School in St Elizabeth has finally replaced the shift system with a whole day structure, and according to principal Sean Graham, all stakeholders are pleased. Read More

Jabari Morgan: A 'National' success

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

If his address were the only judge of his success, then he would probably have been labelled a failure from birth. But like others who were born and raised in inner-city communities and have excelled tremendously, Jabari Morgan is not allowing the 'bad image' of his... Read More

'Best feeling in the world'

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

While nursing is a highly sought- after programme of study in Jamaica due to its high overseas marketability and the ability to greatly impact lives, it is generally unappealing to males largely because of the age-old belief that it is a profession for females and... Read More

XLCR past students donate half a million to alma mater

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Twenty -five students from grades eight to 13 at Excelsior High School were on Monday presented with a combined scholarship of $500,000. Read More

'Pretty Science' accepts SMART board

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Grade four students of Sts Peter and Paul Preparatory Kerissa McPherson and Justyne Alexander, who called themselves 'Pretty Science' for the first SmartKids Egg Drop Competition earlier this year, recently received a SMART whiteboard that was part of their... Read More

Can I get a scholarship with four CAPE subjects?

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, October, 8 2017    

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GraceKennedy Foundation awards over $19M in tertiary scholarships

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Eighty -four university students will be able to pursue their studies thanks to scholarships from the GraceKennedy Foundation which recently made its annual scholarship awards at The University of the West Indies (The UWI). Read More

Years of work experience but no certification? UTech, Jamaica can help

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica), has recently announced its foray into prior learning assessment, joining other universities on the island that grant individuals matriculation based on their previous learning and work... Read More

Former Petersfield High students stage reunion to build school gym

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

MONTEGO BAY, St James — High school reunions are usually about celebrating the successes of the institution, as much as they are to show off individual accomplishments. For the past students of Petersfield High School, however, the motive has become more... Read More

It might be time for a digital detox

Dr Karla Hylton | Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Today's world is indeed full of screens and there is no avoiding it. They are a useful and necessary part of daily life for most adults and students alike. I will not suggest getting rid of them as they are beneficial tools for learning as well as for recreation. Read More



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