October 24, 2016
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Through her 33 years in the Counselling Services Department (CSD), Career and Placement Counsellor Norma Turnquest has guided thousands of students during their university journey. She not only mentors but also advises students how to land a great job and build an enjoyable career.
Technical vocational education training can help everyone, from fashion designers to plumbers . . .
The Lyford Cay Foundations offers three tips for students on mapping out their progress to career success.
Each month, Gain An Edge features a guest writer who will share their views, insights and perspectives on higher education. Darnell Osborne, an alumna of University of The Bahamas, on the transformative power of scholarships and philanthropy.
With more than 40 years experience as a counsellor and educator, Cheryl Carey, Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships at the University of the Bahamas, shares her perspectives on the value of a tertiary education and how financial aid, bursaries and private scholarships are permitting students to achieve post-secondary education.
From experience, Charlotte Knowles-Thompson will tell you that you can afford college with careful planning.
Failure to have both TVET and traditional academics available in all school programmes is a disservice to our children and country, says Remiska Wildgoose, English instructor at BTVI . . .
The best of all worlds is now available to students righton their doorstep, says the University of The Bahamas . . .
There are many factors to consider in choosing where to pursue post-secondary education, as Lyford Cay Foundations explains . . .
Technical and Vocational Education also involves transferable skills through academic study, as the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute explains . . .
A top scholar explains what it takes to succeed at the University of The Bahamas
Lyford Cay Foundations suggests a simple three-step guide for students to transform dreams into reality . . .
Dr Ian Strachan shares his thoughts on what expectations are realistic after the rebranding of COB . . .
The increasing concerns over cyber security open up opportunities for IT graduates, as one promising Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute student is finding.
Selvin Basden, a beneficiary of post-secondary education, explains the advantages he sees of that when hiring potential employees . . .
Dean of Academic Affairs at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), Pleshette McPhee, often says “TVET is the new global currency”.