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ICCI students visit Silicon Valley

After visiting California’s Silicon Valley to meet industry leaders in the technology field, students at the International College of the Cayman Islands on Sunday presented their final papers to local IT professionals.

Personal stories drive marketing success

Patrice Donalds, adjunct marketing instructor at the International College of the Cayman Islands, assembled a panel of marketing professionals to explore the role personal stories have in promoting goods and services or driving change.

Preparing ethical leaders at International College of the Cayman Islands

The Chartered Financial Analysts Society of Cayman launched its inaugural ethics challenge at the International College of the Cayman Islands in April.

International College of the Cayman Islands expanding offerings

The International College of the Cayman Islands has added a General Education Diploma (GED) prep programme to its offerings.

ICCI celebrates Class of 2018

The International College of the Cayman Islands held its 46th commencement ceremony late last month, to celebrate the Class of 2018.

Contest in ethics launched at UCCI

A group of local college students has a challenge when it comes to ethics.

ICCI students honored

Several students from the International College of the Cayman Islands were honored by the Sigma Delta Delta honor society during a Nov. 3 ceremony.

CUC chief executive speaks to ICCI students

Richard Hew, president and chief executive officer of Caribbean Utilities Company, was featured as a guest speaker at the International College of the Cayman Islands on Oct. 25 as part of the college’s mission to provide students with opportunities to engage with industry leaders in the Cayman Islands.

Thirteen students get Greenlight Re scholarship

Reinsurance company Greenlight Re has awarded 13 recipients in its 2018 fall semester scholarship program.

KPMG sponsors International College of the Cayman Islands

KPMG in the Cayman Islands is continuing its sponsorship of the International College of the Cayman Islands’ online and hybrid programs associated with the “Smarten-up” program.

UCCI/ICCI merger prospects dim

Officials at the University College of the Cayman Islands said it is unlikely an agreement to unite their institution with the International College of the Cayman Islands will be reached anytime soon.
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ICCI plans 5K fundraiser

The Dr. J. Hugh Cummings Memorial 5K Walkathon is scheduled from 6:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 14 at the International College of the Cayman Islands.

New ICCI president lays out vision

The new president of the International College of the Cayman Islands says he wants to make campus offerings more accessible and, in doing so, make an impact on the number of Caymanians with degrees in higher education.

ICCI names new president

Byron R. Coon has been chosen as the new president of the International College of the Cayman Islands.

EDITORIAL – Cayman government: UCCI’s ‘silent partner’

The education ministry’s, and education minister’s, prolonged snub of UCCI comes during a critical time, not only for the college but for the future of higher education in our country – and just at a moment when it is especially vital for avenues of information to be kept wide open.

Proposal would link Cayman’s colleges

After several years of failed efforts to create a merger between the University College of the Cayman Islands and the International College of the Cayman Islands, UCCI officials are proposing a different mechanism that would allow for greater cooperation between the two schools.

ICCI offers college prep course

The International College of the Cayman Islands is offering a summer program to prepare high school graduates for college. Students can sign up this week for the six-week “JumpStart” course, which runs until Aug. 24, a press release states.

Cayman students compete in investment challenge

Students from the Cayman Islands recently joined more than 15,000 students worldwide in the 2017 CFA Research Challenge.

ICCI president stepping down after three years

The president of the International College of the Cayman Islands has resigned, saying he plans to seek a new challenge after three years in the job.

ICCI grads get set for a bright future

With a mission to prepare students for career placement and enhancement, the International College of the Cayman Islands is reporting an impressive success rate for this year’s slate of graduates.

ICCI students hold voter registration drive

Thirteen people registered to vote Friday evening during a drive by students of the International College of the Cayman Islands to get new voters signed up.

ICCI recognized for academics, receives British accreditation

A British agency granted the International College of the Cayman Islands accreditation last month, adding a second international seal of approval to an existing accreditation from the United States.

Students visit tech titan Google

Twenty students from Cayman got an up-close look at the inner workings of technology titan Google’s headquarters from Nov. 8-13. The trip was part of an International College of the Cayman Islands course focused on technology, business and society.

ICCI students explore global business in Chicago

Sixteen students from the International College of the Cayman Islands met Mayor Rahm Emanuel, visited the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and several city agencies and volunteered in a community outreach program while attending a five-day seminar this month in the Windy City.

Second time’s the charm for prisons support officer

Prisons support officer Steve Miller says he “doesn’t believe in losing.”

ICCI raises funds in charity walk

Students, staff and supporters of the International College of the Cayman Islands took part in an annual walk, in memory of the college’s founder, earlier this month.

ICCI starts chapter of international honor society

High-achieving students enrolled in business degree programs at the International College of the Cayman Islands will now be able to join an international honor society.

EDITORIAL – Three bright lights in Cayman schools

Amid the general darkness that lingers over our country’s educational system, we are able to point to many individual points of light — both students and teachers. In this editorial, we will single out three Cayman Islands educators.

Dart donates tech to ICCI

The International College of the Cayman Islands is technologically richer after receiving a donation of eight Dell laptops, two Kindles and 12 iPad Air devices from Dart.

ICCI business programs may get international accreditation

The International College of the Cayman Islands has taken the first step towards getting its business programs accredited internationally.

ICCI students explore how technology impacts business

Nine students at the ICCI returned recently from a week in South Florida examining how technology impacts business and society as part of their academic seminar on technology and society.

Veteran court officer retires

Members of the judiciary and court staff held a surprise farewell ceremony on Oct. 29 for Ermyn Berry, who spent the last 27 years at the Law Courts Building in downtown George Town.

Accountants honor past and future leaders

The Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants celebrated 45 years at its annual gala Saturday at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

CISPA honors pioneers and new accountants

The Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants celebrated both newcomers to the profession and pioneers of the industry at the organization’s annual gala event on Saturday at The Ritz-Carlton. Michael Austin, Paul Harris, Chris Johnson and Paul Sleep, four of the original six members who signed CISPA’s memorandum and articles of association 45 years ago, received the first CISPA Pioneers Awards. The honorees were joined by four newly qualified accountants, Matthew Hale, Jerrica Merren, Claire O’Dea and Taylor Wright, who recently received their professional designations, and six graduates with Bachelor’s Degrees in Accounting from the International College of the Cayman Islands or the University College of the Cayman Islands.

Summer intern builds on museum experience

When she applied for an internship at the Cayman National Museum, Kierstin Stewart wanted to find out what aspect of the islands’ history visitors found most interesting. What she got was a closer look at her own cultural heritage.

ICCI celebrates 45 years of quality education

Sept. 24, 1970 - "COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY for all Caymanians on our own shores!" ... And so the International College of the Cayman Islands was born.

ICCI celebrates 45th anniversary

The International College of the Cayman Islands, which marked its 45th anniversary Thursday, has been “a story of the little engine that could,” said President Emerita Dr. Elsa Cummings, who, with her husband Hugh Cummings, founded the territory’s first institution of higher education.

ICCI students attend global finance seminar

Eighteen students from the International College of the Cayman Islands recently got an up-close look at the inner-workings of global finance in New York City.

ICCI launches online learning

The International College of the Cayman Islands is launching a new online learning program, starting in July for students in its Bachelor of Business Administration Program.

Woody Da Costa replaces Austin Harris on 'Crosstalk'

Rooster Radio has “parted ways” with longtime morning talk show host Austin Harris a little over a week after he admitted a drunken assault on a woman.

Second resignation at UCCI

A second senior member of the University College of the Cayman Islands leadership has resigned.

Chamber event offers career advice

The Chamber of Commerce’s careers, education and training expo promises to be the largest in several years with 37 exhibitors slated for the event on Friday.

University board chair resigns

Sheree Ebanks has resigned as chairwoman of the University College of the Cayman Islands board of governors.

Graduates lead ICCI into new era

A total of 45 students graduated from the International College of the Cayman Islands in a commencement ceremony at the Marriott resort.

New head for government vehicle services

The government has appointed a new director of the Department of Vehicle and Equipment Services.

New academic policies for ICCI

The International College of the Cayman Islands is adopting a series of policies as part of an academic reform designed to make its graduates more globally competitive.

Gala celebrates new generation of Caymanian accountants

The Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants honors 11 Caymanians who newly qualified as accountants and five graduates from UCCI and ICCI with Bachelor’s degrees in accounting.

Dr. Marshall’s quest for excellence at ICCI

Whom do you think Cayman's business community would rather hire: ICCI students in favor of stricter standards, or those against?

ICCI president facing student backlash

There will be no compromise on reforms at the International College of the Cayman Islands despite protest from students, says school president David Marshall.

Cayman’s first radio station back on air

The International College of the Cayman Islands has relaunched the island's first radio station to help build radio careers for Caymanian students.

EY Report: Sale of Radio Cayman recommended

The Ernst & Young Review of Public Services recommends selling Radio Cayman now, with a two to three year government contract for the provision of defined community, cultural and emergency services at a fixed price.

Passport2Success relocates

The Passport2Success program is relocating to the University College of the Cayman Islands.

Accreditation for ICCI renewed through 2018

The International College of the Cayman Islands has had its international accreditation renewed.

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ICCI’s president: Supporting his message, supporting his school

Not only has new ICCI President David Marshall been unafraid to speak candidly, he's letting his own money do some talking as well. The Cayman community ought to consider following suit.

Jamaica recognizes two for contributions to society

The Jamaican Consulate has recognized Aldingtion Stephenson (aka, Banny) and Danielle Ashley Boothe for their contributions to Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

President’s donation kicks off funding drive

International College of the Cayman Islands President David Marshall has dug into his own pockets with a $10,000 donation to help fund improvements at the school.

ICCI President David Marshall: Tough, empowering

Government and business leaders are taking note of the new ICCI chief's commitment to accountability and improved standards.

Mandatory tutoring for failing scholarship students at ICCI

Students on government scholarships who are failing to make the grade will be required to take mandatory tutoring sessions on weekends in a new move to raise standards at the International College of the Cayman Islands.

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College students buy books for youngsters

Students at the International College of the Cayman Islands have donated $600 to buy new books for three primary school libraries.

Praise for Passport2Success

ICCI president was impressed by graduates of education and training program.

Compass ‘sensationalizing’ public education issue

Former top government education advisor says newspaper's criticisms cause reputational harm to Cayman's schools.

Promoting a higher standard in education

We welcome new ICCI president David Marshall to Cayman, and we especially welcome his comments on education.

ICCI boss vows to lift standards

The new president of the International College of the Cayman Islands has an unusual ambition for his first few years at the helm – less graduates.

62 students graduate from ICCI

A crowd of families and friends gathered at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church on March 6 to celebrate a milestone where 62 students graduated with various degrees.

New president for ICCI

The International College of the Cayman Islands has appointed David Marshall as the new president of the college.

College students to benefit from walk

ICCI to host memorial walk to raise funds for students in need of financial aid and to honor founder Hugh Cummings.

The most important number in the budget

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Accounting society welcomes new colleagues with gala affair

CISPA celebrated the achievements of new certified Caymanian professionals and recent accounting graduates.

Activist: Child molesters should face public scrutiny

Community activist Sandra Catron wants the Cayman Islands to confront some uncomfortable truths about the level of child sex abuse in the territory.

Changes ahead for current, former college chiefs

University College of the Cayman Islands President Roy Bodden has renewed his contract, while International College of the Cayman Islands President Tasha Ebanks Garcia, has dropped hers, joining the Ministry of Education.

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