Career & Education

Private sector should invest in professional development of staff — Education Minister

Sunday, February, 25 2018    

Minister of Education, Youth and Information Senator Ruel Reid has called on the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) to collaborate with stakeholders in the education and training sectors to develop professional development programmes for workers across the... Read More

Allow your child to SET GOALS

Dr Karla Hylton | Sunday, February, 25 2018    

Does your child have goals and dreams? Does he/she set goals? Read More

Billion-dollar boost for youth animation project

Sunday, February, 25 2018    

The Finance Ministry has allocated just over $1 billion to continue the roll-out of the Youth Employment in Digital and Creative Industries Project this year. Read More

PSJ announces establishment of clinical pharmacist post, celebrates 90 years

Sunday, February, 25 2018    

The Pharmaceutical Society of Jamaica (PSJ) has kick-started its 90th anniversary celebrations, announcing the recent acceptance and implementation of the clinical pharmacist post in the public health system; as well as plans to finalise several significant developments... Read More

Earl Mason: Passionate about garment manufacturing

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

ONE of Earl Mason's proudest moments in his more than three decades of being a tailor was the first time he made a skirt. At that time he was in a sewing class at school and imagined himself stitching it for the prettiest girl in the class. You can imagine how surprised he was to... Read More

Jamaican IVLP participant describes experience as enriching, educational and inspirational

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

ALLISON Tenn is a dynamic young woman with a passion to see young people realise their full potential. This she does through her profession as a social worker with the Peace Management Initiative (PMI), where she has served since October 2012. Read More

Carlong Publishers launches upgraded interactive website

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

CARLONG Publishers has launched its upgraded web 3.0 website — www.carlongpublishers.com — which features increased interactivity, easier navigation and free online teaching and learning tools for students and mature learners. Read More

Educator to teach children how to study

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

AFTER spending 20 years in the classroom, Dr Karla Hylton is convinced that students who fail tests and exams don't lack knowledge. They simply don't know how to study. Read More

Ariel's masterpieces

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

TWO years ago when Ariel Sinclair enrolled in a logistics management programme at the Excelsior Community College, not only did he obtain the qualification he needed, but also a grand idea that he would later turn into a successful microbusiness. Read More

TEACHERS VOUCH FOR BEAUTY & THE BEAST

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

Teachers from the Voluntary Organisation for the Upliftment of Children (VOUCH) had a double treat when they attended the Jamaica Junior Theatre Company production of Beauty & The Beast at the Phillip Sherlock Centre at The University of the West Indies on February 4 to benefit the Walker's... Read More

I want to become a cardiologist

Carolyn Marie Smith | Sunday, February, 18 2018    

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Powerful women support each other

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

Special advisor to the vice-chancellor on resource development at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, Minna Israel (left), paid a courtesy call recently on newly appointed Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) president & CEO Ann-Dawn Young Sang at the company's head offices in New... Read More

PCJ scholarship 'fuels' postgrad engineering student

By JOSIMAR SCOTT Career and Education reporter | Sunday, February, 18 2018    

PETROLEUM Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) has named engineering student Shanroy Dennis the winner of its $4-million renewable energy scholarship, tenable at the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech). Read More

Michelle Serieux appointed filmmaker in residence in UWI Department of Literatures in English

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

THE Department of Literatures in English, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, has appointed Michelle Serieux as filmmaker in residence. Serieux's appointment is for the second semester of the 2017/18 academic year, and runs from January to May. Read More

Sports, skills training, 'round robins' identified as peace-building efforts that work

Sunday, February, 18 2018    

SPORTS, skills training, education, and the weekly staging of social events referred to as 'round robins' have been identified by residents of four inner-city communities in Kingston as some of the useful strategies employed to foster peace in their communities. Read More



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