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 Joint effort by alumni associations to walk for Jamaica’s education development. On Saturday (Dec. 4), the Coalition of Jamaican Alumni Associations (CJAA) in South Florida will come together for its first annual All Alumni Walkathon at the Vincent Torres Park in Lauderdale Lakes.The 5-K Marathon (nearly five miles) will begin at 8 a.m. and is the first joint event of the local alumni chapters in South Florida, since the inauguration earlier, in September at the general meeting in Fort Lauderdale.
Eighty applicants vying for the position of president at Florida Memorial University might learn of their standing in the national search sooner than expected. “The Presidential Search Committee plans to narrow down the list of candidates within the next thirty days,” confirmed local attorney JoLinda Herring, Esq., chair of the Search Committee and member of the Florida Memorial University Board of Trustees. “All of the applicants have excellent reputations and are leaders in the academic community,” she continued.
To accommodate working professionals and adults with active lifestyles, Miami Dade College (MDC) now offers students a chance to earn credits toward a degree on Fridays and Saturdays, beginning in the spring 2011 term.   “This is a great option for busy individuals who want to get an education but desperately need the flexible arrangements to do so,” said Dr. Ana Cruz, interim executive director of MDC’s West Campus. “We have a team of academic advisors who will work with the students to determine if this Weekend College is the best option for them.”
Four South Florida Jamaican Alumni form an unprecedented partnership for the 3-day True Blue Event, April 16-18th, 2010 The St. Andrew Old Girls' Association Florida Inc., The Convent of Mercy Academy "Alpha" Association, Inc., The St. George's College Old Boys Association of Florida, Inc. and The Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida, Inc have formed an unprecedented partnership to showcase the 3-day True Blue/Ziadie cup event April 16th -18th 2010. This joint effort, between these four organizations, is a first in South Florida amongst the Jamaican Alumni Association community.
Florida International University’s Office of Multicultural Programs and Services will commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a weeklong celebration. In addition, the Frost Museum Exhibit will stage an exhibit inspired by King’s life and work.This year’s theme is ÃƒÆ’¢â‚¬Å“Martin Luther King, Jr.: Worlds Ahead”. The MLK Commemorative Celebration is one of the most anticipated annual FIU events, with more than 3,000 people participating during five days of events.