We have funded 33 partial scholarships covering 80% of tuition, course fees, travel & meal costs.
St. Vincent & the Grenadines Community College:
Division of Technical & Vocational Education Scholarship Recipients 2017
My name is Brittney George. I am an eighteen years old resident of Top Questelles. I am a proud second year student in the program of Office Administration at the Division of Technical and Vocational Education located at Arnos Vale. After graduation in 2018, I aspire to be a professional Receptionist or Office Manager. When I look within myself, I see great potential that can possibly empower young workers and inspire the lives of many. I am a people person who gets along well with others and becoming an Office Administrator will allow me to use my excellent communication, interpersonal, technical and organizational skills to make the working environment a successful one.
This bursary will allow me to accomplish more, since my mother cannot assist me because of her disability of being blind. I would like to thank the Mustique Charitable Foundation for their support.
I am 17 a year old aspiring doctor, but first I am pursuing a degree in sales and marketing so I can have a business background as well as medical. I deserve this assistance because I am ambitious to keep doing my best in all my studies so that I can graduate with all my credits, but I my personal financial situation is not the best. With this assistance, I intend to work towards completing my studies successfully.
Pursuing studies in agricultural entrepreneurship was a natural choice as I have always been surrounded by various facets of the agricultural industry. Growing up in Lowmans Hill. I’ve witnessed many of my family and neighbours rely on agriculture as a source of income. Consequently, I have developed an interest in pursuing a career in agricultural engineering. Most young people tend to shy away from such a hands on career as “working the land” as it may not be as glamourous as many other career choices, but I aspire to work alongside other outstanding individuals in this country’s agricultural sector to enhance the agricultural industry of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and by extension the entire region.
No one is without need and an education at any level is costly. Every bit counts. I am extremely grateful and highly indebted to the Mustique Charitable Foundation for selecting me as a recipient of this bursary which would undoubtedly ease my family’s financial burden as well as serve as added motivation towards achieving my goals. Thank you for believing in me and choosing to support me along my journey towards a brighter future.
I am an 18 year old furnished with high morals, a burning ambition and a thirst for God’s knowledge. One of my aspirations is to represent St.Vincent and the Grenadines as a professional athlete in the Olympic Stadium amongst great athletes. I am grateful to the Mustique Charitable Foundation for this assistance as I am a relentless individual, especially when it is about my education. The financial aid will definitely boost my mindset and drive me forward towards my goal.
My personal career goal is to become a professional soccer player and Accountant because it has always been my dream. As a dedicated and hardworking student, I am grateful for this assistance from the Mustique Charitable Foundation, which will go a long way in helping me to accomplish my goals.
I am a 17 year old aspiring architect, having always been fascinated with architecture and the designing of buildings. I am deserving of this assistance because of my current financial situation and this will definitely help me continue and achieve my goals and studies at the DTVE.
Twenty year old Javon hails from the North Leeward community of Spring Village with big dreams of becoming a Networking teacher, because I have a passion for Networking, as one of the fastest growing careers today. I am extremely grateful for this assistance because my father is in a wheel chair and unable to help. My mom has the burden for everything and it is very difficult on her. I would love to complete my studies and this will be very beneficial in helping me to complete my journey.
I am an aspiring teacher and I specifically would like to be an Agriculture Science teacher at the secondary or tertiary level. I enjoy explaining things to anyone in general and enlightening them more on things they have little knowledge about. However, patience is a big part of me and with these two combinations that come naturally, I know teaching is where I belong. In my opinion college can be very challenging, but I am very determined about what I want to become and working towards it in every possible way I can. I have never received assistance before and this will be a great motivation for me and good help to my parents. I am a student who repeated once and I instantly saw where I went wrong and the amount of money that was wasted. Failure is not falling down, but rather, refusing to get up, and that’s why I will not call myself a failure. I think I deserve this assistance because I am a very persistent person and a good student and because of my past experience I know the value of what I will be getting and I would make full use of it.
I would like to thank The Mustique Charitable Foundation for this helpful and lifesaving opportunity. I am extremely grateful. I am a 21 year old student living in Level Gardens with a passion for business and medicine. I consider myself deserving of this assistance because I am an orphan struggling to raise my five year old sister on my own, and because I consider myself to be a diligent student.
When I graduate from the SVGCC, I intend to pursue a career in the medical field. In my country I see a strong need for more ethical and reliable entrepreneurs. Along with that I also see a great need for employment, which I intend to change. I also choose the medical field because I have a passion for saving lives and making people smile.
I am 18 years of age and a second year student at the SVGCC Division of Technical and Vocational Education. I live at Top Questelles and I am an aspiring entrepreneur. My name is Geroncia Grant and I am currently pursuing studies in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. All my life, I have always wanted to be my own boss, and now that I am the proud mother of a little girl, I am doing this to ensure a better life for my daughter and myself. This assistance I will receive will help me to continue my studies, therefore making myself more trained and ready for the world of work.
I am Zariann Mikayla Ollivierre, 19 years old and currently residing at Belvedere. I am a proud final year student at the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College, Division of Technical and Vocational Education, where I am currently pursuing an Associate Degree in Business Studies Accounting.
It is my dream, upon graduating in 2018, to seek a career in the Banking and Financial Services sector. Thus, I will be furthering my studies at the University of the West Indies Open Camus, here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, where I will pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Banking and Finance.
I am honoured and very grateful to have been selected to receive this bursary from the Mustique Charitable Foundation as I have been focused, determined, and have worked very hard to reach this far academically despite my many challenges as a young mother. This assistance will give me the financial help needed to complete my Associate Degree and an opportunity to make my dream a reality.
I am an aspiring air hostess because I have great communication skills, I get along easily with others, I have a passion for travelling, I would like to meet new people and learn about their culture. Being an air hostess is a passion and a dream that I will make a reality, by the grace of God. I consider myself to be deserving of this assistance because my mom is a part-time employed widow with bills to pay and three kids going to school. This assistance will help lift half the financial strain. I am grateful for this assistance in the name of the Lord.
My name is Antonell Shallow from Richland Park, I am 26 years old and the programme I’m doing is the Associate degree in Hospitality Studies. Getting my associate degree is just a stepping stone; I would love to further my studies in hospitality management and mixology.
My dream is to one day open my own bar and restaurant and/or a bed and breakfast. From a young age I was always taught to be independent, and when I was able to work I started as a simple waitress; I got to meet new people from all over the world, was able to share my culture and make guests feel welcome or make my island a home away from home it made me feel proud to be a Vincentian. My mother always told me do something that you love so that every day you would be happy and always be in element and for me making cocktails is a passion of mine. I love the idea of taking different flavors and turning it into an extraordinary cocktail that will make someone happy no matter who they are.
The road to success is not an easy road and I’m making the ultimate sacrifice. Being the eldest of three I made a promise to my mother on her dying bed that I will take care of my sisters, the youngest is the only one attending school and the money that I worked and saved I know that it won’t last long and in order to make a better life and example for her I decided to pursue my dreams so I can help contribute to make her dreams come true. I wanted her to see that dreams can come true if you have the discipline, remain humble and hard work. Success comes with sacrifice and I’ve been sending myself to school for the past year and I would be honored and grateful to gain this assistance so the remainder of my stay at the Division of Technical and Vocational Education is successful so that I can prove that dreams can and will come true.
My name is A-Jay Sam and I am currently residing at Bridgetown/Biabou, I am 19 years old. I would like to be a chef for the Royal Navy and from there I might branch off. I consider myself deserving of this assistance because I live in a single parent home of which my mother does not work and this assistance would be a great help for us.
I have a strong desire to become a bartender and I see myself working on a ship serving people of different races, I am going to become a bartender because I enjoy making beverages and it’s more fun than work to me and what’s better than doing work you can enjoy? Nothing.
I deserve this assistance because I’m living in a single parent family with my mom who has been doing her best just to ensure I get a better education than she did. This assistance would help us in ensuring that I complete this aspect of my education.
Hi, my name is Rory Ross, I reside in fountain. I’m 19 years of age currently enrolled in the hospitality programme at the DTVE. After finishing college I would like to be a chef because I love food, I love being in the kitchen and love dealing with food and one day in the near future open my own restaurant.
Being a product of a single parent household, I know the struggles. My mother had to educate five children, including myself. I know what it is like to watch your mother go without just so I can get school supplies or transportation, etc. Any assistance received at this time would be welcomed with the utmost appreciation. I would also do my best to ensure that the assistance given to me would be utilized most efficiently as I realize that this is a great opportunity to be chosen to receive this financial aid.
My name is Theronica Pitt of North Union. I am a 29 year old mother of two beautiful children, currently pursuing my dreams of becoming an accountant.
Upon receiving my CXC results in 2007, I was disappointed. However, I was determined and self-driven. I re-attempted my subjects and I got my desired results.
Now with two children, I decided to go to college and pursue my dreams of being an accountant. I want to become an accountant because I have a passion for accounting and I see it as one of the stepping stones of owning my own business and providing for my children.
The reason why this financial help with be great is because as a mother, my first priorities are my children. My children are now both in school and as you know, so am I. I have to depend on close family members for financial assistance for my children and I. Most of the times, I feel as if I am a financial burden to them. This financial aid will help me out so much and I would be forever grateful for this wonderful blessing.
I am a 17 year old aspiring Agronomist from the village of Chauncey. I live in a single parent home in which my father is not present, my mother is working and the money she is working for is not much to take care of my brother, my sister and I. As such, I am very grateful for the assistance granted from the Mustique Charitable Foundation, which would help me in completing my final year.
I am a 17 year old who aspires to be a computer programmer because I have always had an interest in computers, which is one of the reasons why I excelled in I.T based subjects. I think I am deserving of this scholarship because I have always worked hard and remained studious and disciplined throughout my school years.
My name is Mekeila Slater, I am 17 years old . I aspire to be an Architect/Engineer , because I’ve been always fascinated with how building and other infrastructures are made and designed. I have a goal which is to design one of the largest capital projects in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. I am grateful for this assistance as it would help me in completing my College education.
I am 21 years old and I grew up on the Grenadine island of Canouan. I aspire to pursue a career as a qualified refrigeration and air conditioning technician. When I am not in school I am also learning to be a producer in music, because I have a passion for it. Despite the fact that I repeated in secondary school, the fact that I graduated is evidence to show that I never give up in what I believe in, there were many obstacles that came my way but thanks to the Lord and those who were there to support me, I’ve made it this far. I am thankful to the Mustique Charitable Foundation for choosing me for the partial scholarship which will make a big impact on my final year in college in many ways.
I am an 18 year old student enrolled in the Associate Degree Progamme in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. I chose this course because I wanted to challenge myself to do something new and hands on. Since I have been in this programme, I have learned a lot that will significantly benefit me in the real world.
I have learned the varying fundamentals and have developed a love for the trade. My aspiration is to keep on learning and my goal is to be the best that I can be in this field. I am a handy person so in my off time from studies I enjoy doing artistic makeup and sewing. I also have interest in computer graphic design and web page creation.
I am appreciative of this opportunity to be chosen as one of the recipient of this prestigious scholarship which will be beneficial in helping me to achieve my goals. I know that success demands hard work and I am determined to do my best to become successful at whatever I do.