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THE GLEANER’S 2017 SCHOLARSHIP LISTINGS

| TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017

CREDITS

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Garfield Grandison

COORDINATOR

Sheree Rhoden

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Ahon Gray

LIBRARY ASSISTANT

Karel Townsend

COVER DESIGNER

Tennesia Malcolm

LAYOUT

Andewale McLaughlin

IMAGE TECHNICIANS

Trecia McGowan

Patrick Malcolm

Jermaine Johnson

SPECIAL THANKS

TO OUR SPONSORS

First Heritage Co-operative

Credit Union Limited

Jamaica Energy Partners

Ministry of Education

NCB Foundation

Victoria Mutual Building Society

West Kingston Power Partners

T

HE GLEANER Company (Media) Ltd is proud to

present the 11th edition of

Scholarships To Go

, a

comprehensive guide to scholarships, grants and

bursaries available both locally and overseas.

Scholarships To Go 2017

is an all-inclusive multi-

sourced guide intended for students, as well as a

reference manual for libraries.

This timely publication comes against the

backdrop of increasing awareness of the importance

of a knowledge-based economy to the overall

growth and development of any modern economy.

Indeed, making the transition to a knowledge-

based economy can only be effected through a

highly educated workforce. It is a fact that wealth for

the future will come from new products and services,

or new ways of doing things. Jamaica, therefore, needs

smart and innovative people to move these processes

forward.

In essence, this means taking a fresh approach to education

– one that is more open to experimentation and new

techniques.

It is hoped that

Scholarships To Go

will help to point students

in the right direction as they take the necessary steps towards

academic achievement.

Taking a fresh

approach to

education

CONTRIBUTED

A UTech student shows students how to assemble a CPU during a workshop at the OUR’s Girls in ICT Day

Seminar and Exhibition held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Thursday, April 27. The event was attended by

students from 22 high schools across the island.