Career & Education


Sunday, August 27, 2017

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Twenty-four students, children of employees of Manpower & Maintenance Services Limited (MMS) who were awarded places in high school following the 2017 Grade Six Achievement Test, were on Friday presented with cash, school supplies and other tokens from the company and their partners in a ceremony at Manpower. Here, they celebrate the occasion by cutting a cake with (from left) guest speaker and executive director of the Broadcasting Commission Cordel Green, chairman and CEO of MMS Audrey Hinchcliffe and deputy CEO Garth Hinchcliffe. The students received bursaries from the Manpower Foundation along with gift certificates to open accounts at Jamaica National Bank and First Heritage Cooperative Credit Union, as well as supplies and other tokens from Lasco, Guardian Group, Grace Foods, Nestle, and Hi-Lo. (Photo: Aston Spaulding)




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