The best and the brightest
Government scholarships and awards were handed out to 49 students.
Education minister Diallo Rabain, who attended a ceremony to honour the students last Wednesday, said that the Government recognised “the importance of providing our people with opportunity”.
Mr Rabain said: “I am proud to say that our honourees represent some of the best and the brightest that Bermuda has to offer.”
Information about the Government’s scholarship offerings can be found at bermudascholarships.com.
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