PETA Continues To Protest Against St Kitts Vet School

PETA Protests Ross University – St. Kitts June 6, 2008 Denver, Colorado People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) continues to protest outside of Ross University’s student recruitment seminars against the school over unnecessarily invasive and deadly veterinary training …

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Hospitality Training Appeals To St. Kitts – Nevis Youth

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
February 20, 2008

New recruits for the UNESCO Youth Path Project are expressing excitement about the start of Phase 2 in which they will be exposed to entrepreneurship training in the field of tourism and heritage.

Loyola Challenger, one of the new Youth Path students told SKNIS that although she is not 100 percent  certain about her future vocation, she hopes to expand her knowledge about the tourism industry and explore the possibility of working in the field, especially in the area of hospitality.

Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO Mr. Antonio Maynard recently announced that the launch of Phase 2 of the UNESCO Youth Path Project would take place at the Ocean Terrace Inn on Tuesday 26th February at 10:00 a.m.

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St. Kitts – Nevis Youth To Learn Entrepreneurial Skills

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
January 30, 2008

Recruitment is underway in St. Kitts and Nevis for 50 young persons who can benefit from a project geared to empower them through entrepreneurship training in the fields of Tourism and Heritage.

Secretary General of the National Commission for UNESCO Mr. Antonio Maynard has announced that plans are underway for the launch of Phase II of the UNESCO Youth Path Project which is geared to alleviate poverty through tourism and heritage training. He also revealed that Director of the UNESCO Caribbean Office Kwame Boafo will officiate at the launch scheduled for February 26th, 2008.

Mr. Maynard said project coordinators in St. Kitts and Nevis are in the process of recruiting employed and unemployed candidates between the ages of 15-25 who have an interest in the tourism  industry and heritage preservation.

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Rawlins Addresses Federation’s UWI Graduates

Charlestown, Nevis
January 25, 2008

Justice of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court the Hon. Hugh Rawlins told graduates of the University of the West Indies (UWI) in St. Kitts – Nevis that they should continue to justify their existence in positive and meaningful ways.
The Nevis born Appeals Court Judge who was also a former student at the University, urged the students to impact the community meaningfully, during a ceremony for the recognition of UWI Graduates from St. Kitts and Nevis. The event was held at the Old Manor Hotel in Gingerland on January 19, 2008.
“The journey has just commenced and there are many more steps that you will take before your life’s end to justify your own existence”¦Your teachers obviously encouraged excellence and not mediocrity, in their endeavours which go a long way to justify their existence,” he said.

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