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ACCELERATE VI Is Territory’s First Technology Accelerator Program

RTPark has offered ACCELERATE VI, a program targeted for local, high growth, startup founders that will provide participating, early-stage companies tools to grow and scale in the territory

Harley Power Plant Performing Tests on Unit 23, Returns Service From Overhaul

For three nights this week, beginning at midnight Tuesday, Oct. 15, personnel at the Randolph Harley Power Plant are carrying out performance testing on Unit 23 before the unit is certified to return to service.

St. Croix Federation of Teachers to Host 39th TEACH Conference

TEACH is an exciting forum for learning and remaining in-sync with the most current educational issues that are linked to enhancing students’ academic performance and social/emotional growth. Best practices across the disciplines are also showcased.

Coral Reef Academy Plans Family Fun-Rayser, Cornhole Tournament

Coral Reef Academy has scheduled its upcoming Family Fun-Rayser and Cornhole Tournament for Saturday, Nov. 2, on the grounds of Leatherback Brewing Company.

UVI Bulletin Board for October II

Here is what's happening of both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.

Division of Cultural Education to Hold Pop-Up Workshop, Culture Crawl

The free costume making, wire-bending, moko jumbie and masquerading pop-up workshop will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19.

United Way’s ‘Stuff the Bus’ Program Delivers School Supplies

The program seeks to allow a direct support channel to students through school administrators who are poised to assess critical needs through their constant communication with teachers and students.

Project Promise Kicks Off Fall Semester Ticket to Ride Program

The National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, is expanding the impact of its programs by providing transportation support for thousands of students to visit U.S. national parks.
Education Commissioner nominee Racquel Berry-Benjamin testifies before the Senate Committee on Education and Workforce Development Wednesday. (Photo by Barry Leerdam for the V.I. Legislature)

Education to Hold Public Meetings to Get Input on New, Modernized Schools

The Virgin Islands Department of Education New Schools Advisory Committee will hold a series of meetings in October to share its work status and to gain public input on the planning and construction of new and modernized public schools in the territory.

National Title III Scholarships Are Awarded to 4 UVI Students

“This is the largest number of students that have won in a single competition in the history of UVI’s participation in the competition, and this speaks well of the quality of the students at the institution,” said UVI Title III Coordinator Dayle Barry.





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