KINGSTON, Jamaica – Four inmates and two correctional services officers are to benefit from scholarships to study for an Associate Degree in Business Administration at the University at the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) under a government and private-sector partnership.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – A regional forum examining the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in education has agreed that while ICT is a fundamental element, in and of itself, it is only part of the solution needed to support the online delivery of content and the eventual digital transformation of the education system for Caribbean students.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Broward College is creating a pathway to higher-paying employment for students with their fast-track career skills training in South Florida’s top earning in-demand industries, also known as “Hot Jobs.” These programs allow students to begin life-changing careers and meet their financial needs in as little as one term for an industry certification to two-years for an associate degree program.
Miami, Florida – Miami Dade College (MDC) Homestead Campus will rename Building A, the oldest structure on premises, the Dr. Roy G. Phillips Center, in memory of the campus’ founding president. A ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25, hosted by Dr. Phillips’ son, Roy Gene Phillips Jr.; MDC President Madeline Pumariega; MDC Executive Vice President and Provost Malou C. Harrison and MDC Homestead Campus President Dr. Oscar Loynaz.
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