November 28, 2020

Fred Speirs Vocational Grant 2013

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Rotaract BlueTunde McDonald
Rotaract Blue understands the value of Vocational development in the Cayman Islands and takes action to create opportunities for young Caymanians to have access to the necessary training and education. Our Vocational Grant is heading into it’s 5th Year of providing Young professionals of the Cayman Islands with the opportunity to further their studies home or abroad. The Fred Speirs Vocational Grant is for eligible applicants, between 16 and 30 years of age, who are enrolled or have been accepted into a local or overseas vocational/ technical skills course, above and supplemental to high school.
Rotaract Blue is very proud of its Vocational Grant program as it is one of the only grants of this nature available locally. By bettering ourselves, we better our community; and as a club we are very excited about being able to assist persons pursuing vocational or technical courses again this year 

Interested person are now invited to submit applications for this year’s Fred Speirs Vocational Grant. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday March 29th 2013.


The club is encouraging all persons interested in pursuing a vocational/ technical career and in need of extra financial support to download their application form today!


Please see attached Application Form
Completed applications, including all supplemental documentation can be submitted by:
Email [email protected]

Mail – Rotaract Blue Cayman Islands
P.O. Box 30245
KY1-1201, George Town

or given to any Rotaract Blue club member.


Rotaract Blue, Cayman Islands, also referred to as “The Blue Crew” or “Blue”, began its formation in May 2007 and was later chartered in October 2007. The club is a non-profit community service based program which is a part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. As members, it is an honourable duty to address the physical and social needs of the community while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service.

With a dynamic group of young persons, Rotaract has grown into a strong international network with more than 8,000 Rotaract clubs in about 163 countries. Blue has also become part of 145,000 Rotaract members (world-wide) who addresses their communities’ needs while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service. With that said, Rotaract has become a worldwide phenomenon. Rotaract undertakes 3 types of activities in various degrees of Professional Development, Leadership Development and Service projects.

Blue is proudly sponsored by Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central. While upholding it’s motto “Committed to Making a Positive Difference”, Blue caters to young people between the ages of 18 and 30. Over 30 young, aspiring, like-minded professionals make up the club’s membership.

The club meets every Wednesday at 6:00 pm, Full of Beans Cafe, located in Pasadora Place on Smith Road.

For more on Rotaract Blue go to:

FS Form 1webFS Form 2webFS Form 3web


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