Liamuiga Foundation announces first scholarship recipients

(Front -L-R)Dr. Foundation Trustees Dr. Didacus Jules, OECS Secretary General, Mr. Wendell Lawrence and Natalie John. Back (L-R) Trevorlyn Belle and Alden Isaac

(Basseterre, St. Kitts)-The Liamuiga Foundation has announced the names of its 2016 scholarship recipients. They are Mr. Trevis Belle 20, and Aldeen Isaac 21. Belle is founder of his own non-profit organization called MADE St. Kitts (Making A Difference Everywhere). He will take his educational journey a step further by pursuing a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communications at Florida International University.
Isaac was awarded on a national level as one of the “25 Most Remarkable Teens” in the category of Academics.  She intends to become a Certified Public Accountant and will pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting at the Midwestern State University in Texas.
Both Belle and Isaacs were chosen because of their potential, desire to excel, dedication as well as their amazing academic ability. In recognizing them, the opportunity was given to them to make their own mark on the world.
Caribbean Governance Consultants Inc. (CGC), administrators of the program, would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the recipients of the Liamuiga Education Foundation scholarship. The Liamuiga Education Foundation was designed to improve the educational opportunities for underprivileged deserving individuals in the community regardless of their economic background.
CGC believes that Education is one of the foundational pillars on which a nation is built, and is therefore very confident that the scholarship program of the Liamuiga Education Foundation will not only assist deserving students to realize their ambitions but will also contribute to the economic advancement of the Federation.

The Liamuiga Education Foundation is confident that the skills the two will garner from abroad, will prove useful and further advance our growing nation.
“It is our desire to see them succeed, and we are extremely proud to have a role in their education,” the Foundation asserts.
The scholarship program is being administered by Caribbean Governance Consultants Inc., as part of its corporate social responsibility through a grant from one of its clients. The Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for 2017.

Ms Natalie John
P O Box 1913
Tel:869 465 0051
Fax: 869 466 4205

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