Career & Education

'Antigua's time has come'

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has petitioned The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Council, chaired by Chancellor Robert Bermudez, to become the site of the university's fourth landed campus. Read More

Seprod covers tuition for 32 students

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

Thirty-two high school and tertiary students will have their tuition fees covered by the Seprod Foundation this year. Read More

Students spread SDG awareness

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

Prime Minister Andrew Holness and nearly all 63 members of the House of Representatives were on Tuesday pinned with commemorative Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) pins as they arrived for the weekly sitting. Read More

Quit job search for grad school?

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, November, 12 2017    

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PHOTO: Tertiary trio

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

Regional field officer at the Jamaica Observer Harven Burke (centre) and his two sons Kamol (left) and Kemoi all graduated from The University of the West Indies, Mona last weekend. The most senior Burke and Kemoi both did an MBA, while Kamol pursued a bachelor's in operational management. Read More

Rotaract job fair pulls crowd

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

The Rotaract Club of May Pen has reported that it has forwarded some 150 applications submitted at its career and job placement expo a few weeks ago, to four private sector entities which have expressed interest in employing people with specific qualifications. Read More

PHOTO: Sweet deal

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

It's all smiles from representatives of the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) after announcing concessions for UCC accountancy students to attaining their ACCA professional qualification. From left are UCC faculty members... Read More

Teachers hail British Council core skills programme

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

Teachers who participated in the British Council's Introduction to Core Skills Training workshops in Kingston and Montego Bay from October 17-26 are reporting. Read More

'Why I left my nine-to-five'

Sunday, November, 5 2017    

Days before Women's Entrepreneurship Day (WED) is observed in the Caribbean, this Wednesday, November 8, a few women in business shared with us their reasons for leaving the corporate world and why they love being entrepreneurs.  Read More

'Old boys' support critical to Wolmer's performance'

Sunday, November, 5 2017    

Wolmer's Boys' School principal Dr Walton Small last Wednesday evening called on the institution's old boys fraternity to lend greater support to the school's educational, sports and outreach programmes, insisting that this would be key to ensuring the institution... Read More

Teach kids about sexual safety

Dr Karla Hylton | Sunday, November, 5 2017    

Fresh data on violence against children released by UNICEF last week has put the sexual safety of children into sharp focus. According to UNICEF, over 1,000 boys and girls in 10 of Jamaica's 14 parishes reported sexual abuse in 2016. Read More

Almost failed course for being 'unassertive'

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, November, 5 2017    

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Kirkland Smith finds success at Sandals

Sunday, November, 5 2017    

Kirkland Smith joined the team at Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island as a bar porter. He worked 6pm to 2am shifts and his job entailed stocking the bar, washing utensils and keeping the bar and its environs clean. It was far from luxurious, but it was... Read More

UWI, UTech students set for two-week learning trip to Asian country

Sunday, October, 29 2017    

Six Jamaican university students will spend the first two weeks of November on work experience at the headquarters of Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications firm Huawei. Read More

Canadian university honours J'can woman

Sunday, October, 29 2017    

Canadian university York has awarded Ruseas High School alumna and social justice activist Angela Robertson with a Doctor of Laws. Read More



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