22 Jan
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Lyford Cay Foundations Names Executive Director and Focuses On The Future

Lyford Cay Scholar is new leader at the Foundations! (Nassau, Bahamas) — Empowering future Bahamian leaders while providing innovative solutions through access to education has been a hallmark of the Lyford Cay Foundations.  Now, for the first time in its nearly 50-year history, the Foundations are proud to announce that an alumna from its Scholarships…

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09 Jan
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The Perfect Fit: Finding The Best College for You

Imagine it.  From across the store you spot the best looking pair of shoes you’ve ever seen. Since they’re the last pair left on the shelf, you dash over to grab them.  But you quickly realize there’s a problem – they’re two sizes too small.  After lots of toe wiggling and shoe tugging, you’re faced…

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19 Dec
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Creating The Next Generation Of Problem Solvers

Technical and Vocational Education also involves transferable skills through academic study, as the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute explains . . . A huge part of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) involves academics that focus on being innovative and solving problems. Simply put: TVET is not solely hands on. The very nature of TVET…

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12 Dec
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Succeeding at UB, what does it take?

Le’Andra Mackey’s determination to become a medical doctor, specializing in anesthesiology, remains resolute. That determination is demonstrated by her fervent studies to maintain a 3.5 GPA in her biology and chemistry classes.  Just like an anesthesiologist constantly monitoring blood flow, breath and the heartbeat of a patient undergoing surgery, Mackey’s current rhythm of classes, rigorous…

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05 Dec
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Preparation: The Key to Unlocking Success in College and Beyond

Over the past few weeks, you’ve seen a reoccurring theme: The world we live in today is competitive and college is the edge that enables you to compete and succeed.  Simply put, achieving your career goals requires some form of education or training beyond high school. At the Lyford Cay Foundations, we’ve found that with…

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21 Nov
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University of The Bahamas Student’s Passion Drives Leadership

When he entered the former The College of The Bahamas as a first-year student, Keyron Smith was not prepared for the experience. Since his 2012 entry as a Biology major, students, faculty, and staff have all come to admire Smith for his drive and impact. Smith presently serves as President of the Student Government Association…

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13 Nov
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The Advantage Of A Degree Is Not Hard To Compute

Our world is quickly changing, and those who want to be competitive are planning their education and careers accordingly. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that jobs in all computer occupations in the US will grow by 22 per cent by the year 2020. Locally, entities such as the Road Traffic Department, National…

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07 Nov
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So Who Should Go To College? Everyone!

When you’re at the top of your high school class and your parents are college graduates, college often seems like the next natural step after graduation. For many of us, education after high school isn’t even a thought.  Or, if it is, it’s a dream that’s quickly tossed away once we consider the challenge of…

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