Career & Education

PHOTO: Money talks

Sunday, April 09, 2017    

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Students from Gaynstead High’s grade nine class showoff the certificates they had just received from Jacqueline Sharp (centre), president and CEO of Scotia Group, for participating in the Economics for Success programme. The class was part of an interactive session on financial literacy at the school on Wednesday, which was organised by Scotiabank in association with the Jamaica Junior Achievement. Gaynstead is the first of a number of schools to be visited by ScotiaVolunteers during April, financial literacy month. From left are: Matthew Lewin, Neshanie Wright, Mykaala Spence, Principal Dr Jacqueline Boyd Vassell, Orlando Harrison, Dejanay McIntosh, and ScotiaVolunteer Michelle Meeks Davis.





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