Shenika Samuel, Top Performer of the Business Studies: Accounting programme also received the DTVE Divisional Award for Excellence, graduating with the highest Grade Point Average in the Division. She also delivered the Valedictorian Address at the Graduation Ceremony, sharing her story as an inspiration to others to aspire to achieve in spite of life's challenging circumstances.
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College held its 8th Annual Graduation Ceremony on Tuesday June 27th, 2017 under the theme "Dream, Achieve, Live!". Twenty of the 2016-2017 Mustique Charitable Foundation Scholarship recipients received Associate Degrees and Certificates having successfully completed their programmes of study.
The scholarship recipients performed commendably, with six of them emerging as Top Performers in their programmes:
Kevron Abraham - Architecture and Building Construction Technology
Alexey Gibson - Electrical Engineering Technology
Debra Dopwell - Information and Communication Technology
Maxwell Pompey - Business Studies: Sales and Marketing
Shenika Samuel - Business Studies: Accounting
Kaynella Nicholls - Agricultural Science and Entrepreneurship
Also graduating were:
Kemelius Boyea Jr
The SVGCC: DTVE extends heartfelt thanks to the Mustique Charitable Foundation for partnering with the Division to provide such timely assistance in the form of partial scholarships to aid in these students' academic and personal success.