For the month of February, schools around the Virgin Islands have been welcoming CCT and its highly energetic motivational tour. The CCT Live, Laugh, Love Unlimited Tour is part of the company’s commitment to Community and Education.
Bridging the gap between literacy and technology — Parents, caregivers, and children are encouraged to celebrate reading with CCT – earlier last month CCT partnered with the Rotaract Club of Tortola to host an Essay Competition which was won by Cedar School International. As a proud supporter of the BVI Reading Council, CCT continues its push this month on literacy awareness by visiting both public and private schools in the territory.
CEO of CCT, Mr. Averad Penn yesterday met with a group of Elmore Stoutt High School Seniors who are currently working on their Principles of Business Assignment.
After an informative discussion with Mr. Penn, the students were invited for a tour of both the retail store and business offices. Students had the opportunity to ask the CEO a host of questions; gaining insight into CCT’s business type, its intensive operation, and the products and services it sells. The students also gained insight into what it’s like to be a CEO of a telecommunications company.
A BVI of Readers Campaign continues as CCT Sponsored Essay Competition Builds Awareness for Literacy
During the month of September, the Rotaract Club of Tortola partnered with CCT to host an essay competition for children in Grades 5 and 6 to raise awareness on the importance of literacy within the territory.
CCT BVI today announced that it has signed on as a sponsor of The Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay. As a prelude to the XX Commonwealth Games, the relay is noted as a symbol of harmony and shared ideals of the Commonwealth of Nations.