Public Service Bursary Awards handed out

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Recently, the Minister for the Cabinet Office, the Hon. Wayne Furbert presented this year’s Public Service Bursary Award Scheme awards to four deserving individuals.

This year’s recipients are:

1. TARIQ BASDEN

Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting

Southern Adventist University

2. CHANNA MCGOWAN

Bachelor of Science, Adult Nursing

Middlesex University

3. PRECIOUS SMITH

LLM, International and Commercial Law

The University of Buckingham

4. DYLAN WARD

HND, Nautical Science

Warsash Maritime Academy

In making the presentation, Minister Furbert said, “The Public Service Bursary Award Scheme identifies qualified individuals who will meet the future needs of Government Departments, thus ensuring a well-trained cadre of people to fill positions within the Public Service. The bursaries are valued at $10,000 per annum; not exceeding five (5) years. Today I am pleased to recognize the 4 recipients of the 2019-2020 Bermuda Government Public Service Bursary Awards. They are studying in the fields of Accounting, Nursing, Law and Nautical Science. Today is a day to celebrate your hard work and and your achievement. And we are pleased to recognize your success. I want to encourage you to continue to strive for excellence and broaden your knowledge, so that when you return home, you are fully equipped with the skills to make a significant contribution to our workforce.”

Press release from the Bermuda Government

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Published Jul 29, 2019 at 11:47 am (Updated Jul 29, 2019 at 12:38 pm)

Public Service Bursary Awards handed out

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