Jaleel Cameron, a student of Cedar International School on Tortola will participate in the school's University Tour which is a part of their Experiential Education Programme.
CCT continues to spread the Christmas cheer, today Friday, December 13, CCT’s Marketing team presented gifts and eight mattresses to the residents of the Rainbow Children’s Home as part of the 12 Days of Christmas promotion.
Social Development Department’s Head of Family, Children and Protective Services Division, Ms. Laurel Freeman, said during the presentation, “We have been in need for new and extra mattresses and we thank CCT for making this a priority and stepping up to the plate.”
On Wednesday, September 18th, CCT’s Marketing team presented both Jost Van Dyke Primary School and the Claudia Creque Educational Centre with a dozen fans.
Jost Van Dyke Primary School Principal, Ms. Lavern Blyden expressed appreciation, “We are truly grateful for the much needed donation and we would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the management and staff of CCT for this generous donation assisting students and staff to learn and work in a much more comfortable environment.”
CCT Territory Wide Back To School Drive Wraps Up Supplying Hundreds With School Supplies Dubbed As Heartwarming
CCT’s Back to School campaign, held territory wide, wrapped up on Wednesday, September 11th on Jost Van Dyke.
CCT’s Public Relation and Marketing Coordinator, Ms. Jerilee T. Hopkins said, “We provided over 1,000 students with backpacks filled with school supplies and it was heartwarming to see the students’ response and appreciation which really showed us that we were really meeting a need in the community.”
“We intend to continue this campaign yearly and we thank all for the support and welcoming into each community,” Ms. Hopkins added.
CCT BVI made a donation of ten Logic T10B Tablets to the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC), new digital learning platform initiative today, Thursday, September 12th.
CCT’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Averad Penn said, “We are thrilled to be a part of this initiative to enhance the learning experience while making learning more affordable for students.”
CCT BVI Back to School Drive kicked off today, Saturday, August 31st on Tortola in partnership with Caribbean Cellars Ltd.
CCT’s Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator, Jerilee T. Hopkins said that, “Today’s event provided over 200 children with backpacks and school supplies ensuring that families are one step closer to being equipped for the start of the school year.”
Winners and participants of CCT’s Back to School
Challenge were awarded yesterday, Tuesday, September 11, with cash prizes.
CCT’s Marketing Manager Recaldo Richardson while making the presentation said,
“We were extremely impressed with the swiftness and eagerness of participants to complete
and submit their task cards to move onto the next level. The challenge comprised of four
challenge task cards with 20 tasks on each card totaling 80 tasks.”
CCT’s Back to School campaign, held territory wide, wrapped up on Friday, August 31 on Jost Van Dyke.
The two-week long Back to School campaign hosted a distribution drive on Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke along with presentations to the Rainbow Children’s Home and the Youth Empowerment Programme, successfully distributing over 1,000 backpacks and school supplies to the children in the BVI.
CCT's Back to School Drive held on Virgin Gorda today, Sunday, August 26, residents expressed appreciation and gratitude to receive backpacks and school supplies.