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St Matthew’s donates nursing books to ICCI library

St. Matthew's donates books to ICCI.

ICCI breaks ground for new business building

The International College of the Cayman Islands broke ground for a new business building at its Savannah-Newlands campus on Friday.

Mourant Ozannes sponsors ICCI academic chair

Mourant Ozannes has become the first firm to step up with a $5,000 corporate sponsorship for the academic chair at the International College of the Cayman Islands.

Webster’s Tours offers transport

Webster's Tours assist the Passport2Success programme.

Book boost for ICCI’s library

Rotary Central and Cayman Airways Cargo Services coordinated the delivery of 100 books from a US private donor for the International College of the Cayman Islands on 11 October.

Second ‘Passport’ course underway

The second Passport2Success is currently underway.

Citco hosts college interns

The Cayman Islands offices of Citco recently hosted three college interns from three different colleges.

ICCI celebrates 40 years

Forty years ago, from a seed of an idea in Portland, Oregon, a lovely garden grew from the roots of a small, private endeavour

Mourant Ozannes scholarships awarded

Three Caymanians have been awarded the Mourant Ozannes scholarships.

Caymanians join tourism industry

The third Tourism Apprenticeship Programme graduates received their certifications at a ceremony.

Mature students embrace learning

Mature students have invaluable life skills that make returning to the classroom an increasingly attractive proposition for many.

ICCI expecting enrolment hike

ICCI is celebrating its 40th anniversary, student numbers are up and it is building new classrooms.

Youths targeted in work initiative

The Passport2Success initiative is aiming to help young people gain the skills they need to land employment.

National Gallery show inspires and reimagines

21st Century Cayman the National Gallery’s vibrant and thought provoking exhibition enjoyed rave reviews from many of those who attended the opening night last Thursday.

Tourism students put to work

Tourism students on the apprenticeship training programme have been on work experience as the practical aspect of their course.

Fifty-four receive ICCI degrees

Fifty-four graduates received degrees from the International College of the Cayman Islands Thursday evening.

New Director and Address for PTU

The Public Transport Unit is now operating out of its new location under a new director.

Ovaine’s epic legacy

At first glance it would be easy to overlook Ovaine Monteith in local sports.

Today”s Editorial October 22: Worthy man at UCCI’s helm

It's good to see a worthy Caymanian at the helm of the University of the Cayman Islands.

Entitlement culture criticised

The sense of entitlement that some Caymanians hold has come under fire from one of the country's young leaders.

McLaughlin says goodbye to government

This statement is being sent to you to confirm that as of the date of its preparation, Wednesday July 8, 2009, I have still had no discussion or communication with anyone in an official capacity about my "removal" as chairman of CIMA.

New prison library opens

On a sweltering afternoon at Northward Prison last week, the air was festive and hopes were high at the official opening of the new library and computer lab.

We must protect Cayman

We are currently engaged in an assignment at the International College of the Cayman Islands that has led us to investigate the negative impact of unsustainable development on the natural environment.

Caymanian banker is now a lawyer

Mrs. Charmaine Diane Lawrence Richter was called to the Bar of the Cayman Islands on Thursday, 30 April, in the presence of relatives and colleagues helping to mark the occasion.

Queen bestows honours

Eziethamae Eleanor Bodden has been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire. She received the honour for her services to the community.

First tourism students graduate

With 34 students already started the 2008/09 Tourism Apprenticeship Training Programme and 14 successfully graduated from the previous year's course, more Caymanians are stepping into the working world of tourism.

Quincy is back

Local comedian Quincy Brown is once again getting ready to poke fun at life in Cayman

CISPA gala honours new accountants

Saturday night saw the first annual gala of the Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants.

New hospitality apprentices

The Tourism Apprenticeship Training Programme kicked off its 2008 fall term last week when 34 new apprentices were formally welcomed by the Minister of Tourism Charles Clifford, during an orientation session.

Schools openings

The impending threat of Gustav means schools on Grand Cayman will be closed on Friday.

Cross-Cayman run in January

A runner in training to cross America on foot will hold a similar run, albeit considerably shorter, across Cayman early next year.

Racing to educate Cayman children

Therapist and author Richard Singer plans to run and walk across America in 45 days in a bid to break a 28-year-old Guinness World Record and to raise money for children for Cayman.

Man says Martin gave documents

The jury in Lyndon Martin's trial heard statements from a Jamaican national who said he received documents purporting that he was legal in Cayman and he received them from Martin.

ICCI gets first library donation

Cayman Airways delivered the first donation to the International College of the Cayman Islands on 17 March.

Employment director

Mr. Lonny Tibbetts has accepted the position of Director of Employment Relations and will assume his new role with effect from 1 May.

Scholars off to a flying start

A few weeks into the second term of the Tourism Apprenticeship Training Programme and 17 Caymanian students are looking forward to the year ahead.

Book drive for ICCI

The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central, in partnership with the International College of the Cayman Islands, is requesting the help of Cayman Islands residents in restocking the college library which was destroyed during Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

ICCI grants 39 degrees

Thirty-nine graduates received degrees and diplomas from the International College of the Cayman Islands recently.

CISPA gets Camana Bay primer

More than 300 members of the Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants filled the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman recently for its annual fall luncheon and business meeting.

CIMA celebrates 10 years

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a series of activities and initiatives during this month.

Volunteers clean up ICCI

About 10 volunteers turned out at the International College of the Cayman Islands recently to clean up debris from damage the college sustained during Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

Master’s degrees in HR offered

Members of the Cayman Islands Society of Human Resource Professionals heard how they can get master's degrees from two local tertiary institutions during their Annual General Meeting last week.

More Caymanians at dms

Cayman Islands-based business conglomerate dms Organization Ltd. has hired six Caymanians. dms has also recognised two Caymanian staff members for their contributions with promotions.

20 tourism training apprenticeships offered

Twenty apprenticeships are on offer from the Ministry of Tourism to give Caymanians the chance to train for a career in the tourism and hospitality industry.

New ICCI dean builds on family legacy

He's young, he's enthusiastic, and he's committed: there's a new dean in town, and it looks like that spells good news for the International College of the Cayman Islands.

International College graduates 31

On Sunday, 3 December 2006 the 34th annual commencement exercises for the International College of the Cayman Islands were held at Church of God Holiness in Red Bay.

Kinetic welcomes two

Kinetic Partners Cayman LLP has welcomed two additions to its Cayman Islands corporate recovery and forensics team, states a press release. Bernadette BaileyLewis has six years experience in the regulatory and compliance industry.

C&W congratulates employee

Suzette Cohen-Simms, a Cable & Wireless employee for 23 years, has recently obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from the University of Phoenix.

Cayman honours four

The name Heather Dianne Bodden has become synonymous with compassion, energy and generosity. Born 13 September 1956, the eldest daughter of Jay and Mary Bodden, she has dedicated most of her adult life to others.

Civil Service College slated

A college for civil servants is expected to open in September 2007, Peter Gough, Chief Officer, Deputy Head of the Civil Service confirmed on Monday.

Q&H promotes Ms Thompson

Quin & Hampson has announced the appointment of Sheena Thompson as the firm's human resources administrator/marketing coordinator.

ICCI celebrates grand re-opening

For more than 30 years the International College of the Cayman Islands has helped shape the lives of many of today's leaders in the Cayman Islands.

ICCI set to open

After 11 months of post-Ivan rebuilding, the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI) has hopes of opening late September or early October.

Miss Fisher wins scholarship

The 2005 Rawlinson & Hunter scholarship has been awarded to Rachel Fisher.

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