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ECGC provides more bursaries for SVGCC students

ECGC provides more bursaries for SVGCC students
Director of the ECGC Foundation Dixton Findlay (right), Human Resource Manager Phyllis James (2nd from left), and Vice Dean of the DTVE Janelle Allen (left), with SVGCC bursary awardees.


The St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC): Division of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE) has entered its third year of partnerships with the East Caribbean Group of Companies (ECGC) Foundation Inc. in an effort to provide needy students with financial assistance this 2018-2019 academic year.

On October 10, eight students formed the third group of scholarship recipients of the ECGC Foundation Bursary, a scholarship scheme which awards students with EC$1500 to cover registration and programme fees.

The awardees are Jovonce Cato, Sharana Harry, Aaliyah Nero, Daamian Walters, Stevan Bowens, Jasseim Edwards, Christel Charles and Ossama Ollivierre. They are all first year students pursuing Certificate and Applied Associate Degree programmes in Agricultural Science and Entrepreneurship, Business Studies: Sales and Marketing, Automotive Repairs Technology, and Electrical Engineering Technology.

Director of the ECGC Foundation Dixton Findlay, and Human Resource Manager Phyllis James were present at the awards ceremony during which a cheque of EC$9,600 was handed over to Janelle
Allen, Vice Dean of the DTVE.

Findlay challenged students to give of their best, referencing the motto of the SVGCC “Nothing Limits Excellence” as being very similar to that of the ECGC “Excellence through Teamwork.” He encouraged all students to make good use of the investment in their education so that they may reap the benefits in the long term. The SVGCC remains grateful to the ECGC Foundation for their continued partnership and investment in student development and vocational training.