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What’s happening at UCCI?

unnamed copyWhat’s Happening at University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI)?

Fun activities. Employment opportunities. Scholarships abroad. Awesome events. It’s all here!

Spring 2016 Honours Convocation
Saturday, March 12 6:30 pm
Sir Vassel Johnson Hall

The UCCI community celebrates academic excellence and gives recognition to the members of the Dean’s List (GPA of at least 3.5) and President’s List (GPA of at least 3.75).

Great talks. Engaging activities.
March 19, 2016

Inspiring, thought-provoking topics brought to the fore by local and overseas visionaries, inventors, artists, adventurers and dreamers. Interactive activities. Great conversations. Good food.

Doesn’t it sound like a terrific recipe for a Saturday well-spent? That’s because it is.
Check out the complete line-up of speakers including the UCCI theatre arts students. Food will be prepared by UCCI hospitality students.

$10 – Students and $25 – Non-Students.
Registration deadline: March 11.

Register now!

SRC Basketball Tournament
March 7-11
UCCI Sir Vassel Johnson Hall

Assemble teams of 4 (one member must be a girl). Get forms from members of the SRC or the Student Services Office. Pay the entry fee and you’re all set!

For further information, email SRC President Charles Lewinson.


#teamUCCI booth at #ChamberCareers Expo a hit!
Friday, Feb. 26

A photo booth with emojis + TV game shows with #UCCIVannaWhite + cool prizes and UCCI swag +faculty/staff and students jamming together = one highly interactive booth

We recapped the fun on Instagram and Facebook. Remember to show some love. Most popular photo wins a special giftbag!!!
(Cut-off: Friday, March 11 at 11:59 pm)

UCCI Students/Alumni on the Spotlight

Several students and alumni were featured in the recently published 2016 Careers Guide and at the Careers Expo.

Alma Cholette who just graduated in 2015 is now working as a junior reporter at Pinnacle Media. Jerrica Merren currently works for Dart Realty as an accountant. Dru Yates is a pharmacy inventory clerk at Health City Cayman Islands. Brittany Parsaligan is participating in Cayman Finance’s new mentoring programme. Kisha Stewart who’s on the President’s List this semester received a coveted internship opportunity from Prosperity Capital Management Limited.

Get a copy of the guide at the Admin Office to read about their achievements and learn about various internship/scholarship opportunities.

Music Man Glen Inanga arranges a visit from 12-year-old jazz prodigy

International concert pianist Glen Inanga, senior lecturer at the University College of the Cayman Islands, arranged for Grammy-nominated Joey Alexander to come to Cayman as part of the Cayman Arts Festival.
“I want to inspire the children, not just to see a prodigy,” he said, “but they need to realize there is no limit to how good you can be based on your age.”

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