Compliance Association supports UWC

The Cayman Islands Compliance Association has donated $5,000 towards UWC Cayman Islands scholarship fund. Present at the presentation of the cheque was this year’s successful applicant Madeleine Rowell who will attend the UWC in New Mexico, USA. Madeleine was selected by the United World Colleges (Cayman Islands) National Foundation from a number of candidates.

Martin Livingston, CICA President said, “On behalf of our members, we are delighted to be able to assist the UWC Cayman Islands and we wish Madeleine every success in the future.”

This is the first time CICA has sponsored the UWC Cayman Islands. Last year CICA donated $5,000 towards the UCCI library and CICA has financially assisted a number of young Caymanians in attaining compliance qualifications.

Tara Rivers, UWC Cayman Islands Chairperson said, “We are very grateful that CICA has decided to contribute to the UWC Cayman Islands scholarship fund this year. We look forward to CICA’s continued support in years to come.”

Since 1984, over 60 young Caymanians have been awarded scholarships and have attended UWCs all over the world. Caymanian alumni have gone on to attend some of the world’s best universities and, most importantly, returned home to become business and community leaders. There are thirteen UWCs worldwide attended by students from over 80 countries.

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