Career & Education

Tertiary Scholarships for 2017-2018

Sunday, April, 30 2017    

Elias A Issa ScholarshipTenable at The UWI (management studies) OR UTech, Ja (business administration or hospitality & tourism)Value: Full tuition, books and maintenance allowance for three yearsAge limit: Be under 25 years of age on the 1st of October of the year... Read More

Cumberland High getting help from ministry

BY RACQUEL PORTER Observer staff reporter porterh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, April, 21 2017    

EDUCATION Minister Senator Ruel Reid says the ministry will be working closely with the Cumberland High School in Portmore, St Catherine, to ease the strained relationship between students and staff. Read More

Second success conference this Friday

Sunday, March, 26 2017    

Students and young people from across the island are being invited to participate in a development and leadership programme which the organisers have billed The Success Conference. Read More

15 schools receive Calculation Time awards

Sunday, March, 26 2017    

Jamaica Public Service (JPS) shareholder Marubeni on Thursday awarded 15 primary schools for their commendable performance in the Japanese-developed Mathematics programme called Calculation Time. Read More

Teachers urged to find creative ways to teach maths

Sunday, March, 26 2017    

Minister of Education, Youth and Information Senator Ruel Reid is challenging teachers to find new and creative ways of teaching mathematics to students, including the incorporation of technology. Read More

What can I do with a science education degree?

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, March, 26 2017    

Dear Career Advisor:What types of jobs can I get with a degree in science education?Yours truly,RomarioDear Romario, Read More

Rotary hosts 300 at career fair

BY PENDA HONEYGHAN Career& Education writer honeyghnp@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, March, 26 2017    

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Entrepreneurs learn the keys to success from Saint International boss

BY PENDA HONEYGHAN Career & Education writer honeyghanp@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, March, 26 2017    

He candidly concedes that he made a ton of mistakes on his way to success, but bank staffer-turned-model management mogul and television host Deiwght Peters will gladly tell you that they have served as valuable lessons. Read More

Warders to impart skills training to inmates

BY PENDA HONEYGHAN Career & Education writer honeyghanp@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, March, 26 2017    

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Hidden Figures inspires girls who code

Saturday, March, 18 2017    

Learning how to code is good for your brain’s development and can take you to the top of your chosen profession. Read More

MIND starts diploma in auditing

Saturday, March, 18 2017    

The Management Institute for National Development (MIND) has launched a Diploma in Auditing programme aimed at enhancing the skills and competencies of auditors in the public and private sectors. Read More

Mico launches conversation series

Saturday, March, 18 2017    

The Mico Universiy College announced on Wednesday that it will begin a series of public discussion fora with a view to engaging the nation in the development and implementation of education policy. Read More



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