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Belco awards $200,000 in scholarships

Educational scholarships, education awards and bursaries totaling $200,000 were awarded to 23 Bermudian students by Belco today.

Bermuda College students and students enrolled at overseas universities received scholarships. The funds will go towards their 2013-2014 academic year costs.

Belco chief operating officer Denton Williams said of the recipients, “We were very impressed by this year's field of candidates, both in terms of their educational records and how they presented themselves during the interview process.

“We are pleased to support these young men and women, as they pursue their educations and look forward to seeing them bring their knowledge and experience back to Bermuda.”

Belco chief operating officer Denton Williams today presented the Llewellyn Vorley Scholarship to Matthew Tavares (front right), and Llewellyn Vorley Education Awards to: (first row, left to right) Peter Cooper, Owen Chisnall, Jonathan Cox, David Hunt and Gary Smith; (second row, left to right) Zeeko Johnstone, Constance Campbell, Benjamin Groves; (back, left to right) Chas Smith, Kahnae Bean and John Russell.

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Published August 15, 2013 at 2:13 pm (Updated August 15, 2013 at 2:13 pm)

Belco awards $200,000 in scholarships

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