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‘Outstanding’ Bermudians graduate in US

Among the thousands of students to graduate from the New England Technological Institute, 11 “outstanding” Bermudians were honoured for receiving their degrees at the college's 73rd Commencement Ceremony in May.

The graduates were Michael Chibante, Darian Pamplin, Tiffany Samuels, Justin Hutchings, Barak Bremar, Kejon Sampson, Jamieko Smith, Sergio Richardson, Kyle McNeil, Dornielle Farrel, and Craig Nesbitt.

Douglas H Sherman, senior vice president and provost at New England Institute of Technology, said: “We are extremely proud to have these outstanding students earn their college degree at New England Institute of Technology.

“Our international students offer all students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about various cultures. It is a great learning experience for everyone.”

Graduates in New England: Front row from left are Michael Chibante, Marva O'Brien, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Works, Darian Pamplin, Tiffany Samuels, Patricia Pamplin-Gordon, Minister of Public Works, Justin Hutchings, Barak Bremar, and Pandora Glasford, training manager, Bermuda Workforce Development. Back row from left are Kejon Sampson, Jamieko Smith, Keith Bean, Chief Foreman, Ministry of Public Works, Sergio Richardson, Kyle McNeil, Dornielle Farrel, Craig Nesbitt

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Published July 19, 2014 at 9:00 am (Updated July 18, 2014 at 10:54 pm)

‘Outstanding’ Bermudians graduate in US

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