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Government recently appointed three new deputy chief officers to various ministries.
A panel discussion focusing on hot tourism topics, including the planned cruise dock and airport developments, will be held next month at the University College of the Cayman Islands.
Grace Christian Academy Principal Bernice Scott recalls past school year.
Investing in Netflix and Apple helped two Caymanian students turn a $200,000 profit in a young investors competition.
Five culinary students from the Tourism Apprenticeship Training Programme hosted a luncheon for 16 specially invited guests to demonstrate their culinary skills and showcase their talents.
In addition to the Turtle Farm, other groups receive significant funds from government.
Graeme Sunley, a partner with PwC Cayman, has been elected president of the Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants for 2013.
The International College of the Cayman Islansd held its Annual Walk last Sunday.
The International College of the Cayman Islands is holding its Annual Memorial Walk this weekend.
The history of education in the Cayman Islands.
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Mourant Ozannes presents SEC enforcement seminar
Obituary for Mr. Will Jackson of East End
Over 100 children from Windsor Park enjoyed a Christmas celebration on 15 December.
James Wauchope, partner at law firm Mourant Ozannes, which supports an annual academic chairship at ICCI, presented a lecture in the Fall semester on the background, process and development of investment funds in the Cayman Islands to the Business Law class of ICCI.
Cayman Islands Premier William McKeeva Bush sat down for an interview and discussion with the Caymanian Compass just a day before being arrested.
Two schools team up for a Christmas toy drive.
The Triple C School has teamed with the ICCI for a toy drive.
One lucky young man won a car at Pirates Week 2012.
Cayman 27 News Director April Cummings has been promoted to the position of broadcast general manager at WestStar TV.
Two Cayman authors are launching books in Jamaica imminently.
CISPA holds Ritz gala to honour recent graduates and new CPAs.
As businesses continue to struggle in a shaky economy, it is critical that staff have top-notch skills to stay competitive.
Two graduates from the International College of the Cayman Islands are heading to Nottingham Law School in the United Kingdom this fall after Nottingham accepting their degrees because they are United States accredited.
RBC Wealth Management launched a new scholarship this week to study accounting at the International College of the Cayman Islands aimed at developing local talent to pursue careers in the financial industry in Cayman.
The Ministry of Education enjoys another proud moment as more students graduate from its work-skill programme, Passport2Success.
The Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association is supporting the International College of the Cayman Islands’ fundraising initiative for an academic chair to hire a full-time professor, which will strengthen and expand its popular business programme.
The Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association has thrown its support behind the International College of the Cayman Islands’ fundraising initiative for an academic chair to hire a full-time professor, which will strengthen and expand its popular business programme.
The International College of the Cayman Islands has announced that Credit Suisse Prime Fund Services donated a high tech LCD projector and large conference screen to the International College of the Cayman Islands.
Passport2Success is changing lives.
ICCI accreditation renewal marks 35 year milestone.
As Cayman's first Community Emergency Response Team has completed training, officials at Hazard Management Cayman Islands hope other neighbourhoods will form teams.
The Cayman Islands Health Services Authority offers many job opportunities.
The theme of independence was a common thread linking keynote presentations at the recent 50-50 Conference hosted by University College of the Cayman Islands last week.
A local professor claims he has found high levels of a common pool chemical in South Sound.
Next week, dozens of speakers will converge on the University College of the Cayman Islands campus to discuss the past and future of the Caribbean.
Students, alumni, faculty and residents turned out in force for the 11th annual Hugh Cummings Memorial Run/Walk earlier this month to raise scholarship funding for students attending the International College of the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2012 Careers, Education, Training & Jobs Expo today at the University College of the Cayman Islands.
The International College of the Cayman Islands will hold its annual walk on 11 February.
PricewaterhouseCoopers launched the sponsorship of the academic chair at the International College of the Cayman Islands in a strategic move to expand its business programme and raise the bar in higher education, the accounting firm announced.
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2012 Careers, Education, Training & Jobs Expo on Friday at the University College of the Cayman Islands.
Single women trying to raise a child or children on their own can find it difficult to enhance their career prospects.
The alternative education programme Passport2Success will introduce a cohort for single mothers at 10am on Monday, 16 January, at the International College of the Cayman Islands campus in Newlands.
ICCI graduation held at Family Life Centre.
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The 50-50 Caribbean Conference has launched its essay competition.
Adult students in Cayman are juggling work, family and many other serious responsibilities while they pursue their degrees at the International College.
Kimari and Davin Barrett's story regarding the obstacles they have faced while pursuing degrees is remarkable.
Officials and supporters of the International College of the Cayman Islands held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to mark the opening of Carlyle and Martha McLaughlin Hall at the college’s Savannah-Newlands campus.
PassPort2Succes is launched.
MaplesFS Community Service Committee has donated $1,000 to the International College of the Cayman Islands for its library in an ongoing effort to re-build its book collection to pre-Hurricane Ivan levels as a resource for students, faculty and the wider community.
Mourant Ozannes has stepped up its corporate sponsorship for the academic chair at the International College of the Cayman Islands as it expands its business programme to meet rising demand for internationally accredited degrees.
This article goes into detail about what electronics are needed for students.
Desiree Sampang is the newest lawyer at Appleby.
Gordon Rowell, the head of the insurance division at the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, gave a lecture at the International College of the Cayman Islands recently.
ICCI will be collecting loose change to help students attend university.
Author Rick Singer has made a donation to help the library at ICCI.
Students, alumni and faculty take part in the 10th annual Hugh Cummings Memorial Walk.
Sarena Ksandra Whittaker made a dream become reality when she graduated from the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) with a Bachelor of Science Degree, majored in Finance.
Graduates of a tourism training programme have been successful in the industry.
CNB president to speak at ICCI graduation.
Fifty children had a merrier Christmas this year after charitable organisation Lean on Me and the International College of the Cayman Islands teamed up to deliver gifts.
ICCI encourages students to finish their masters degrees.
ICCI students participate in an investing experiment.
ICCI's Got Talent is a competition for students.