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JC Students are Winners of Inaugural Hack Gen-Y Hackathon

Four students from the Jamaica College (JC) emerged winners of the first Hacking Generation Y hackathon held in Jamaica, with their creation of an app, which aims to simplify the career selection process for students. The students: Shumba Brown, Gavin … Continue reading

JN Florida Rep Office Member Feature: Judy Jackson

Our members living in the diaspora hail from many different backgrounds and all have one thing in common, a need to remain connected with their homeland, Jamaica. Judy Jackson, Registered Nurse Practioner, CEO and President of Coast-to-Coast Healthcare Services, is … Continue reading

Meet the Leader of iLead, Dr Renee Rattray

Dr Renee Rattray is a Jamaican educator with a unique combination of expertise in the areas of special education, leadership development, teaching, training and coaching, behavior change and change management, as well as project management. She currently leads the Jamaica … Continue reading

‘Step Up Your Game’ Teachers

Joan Spencer-Ernandez, lecturer in Special Education at the School of Education, The University of the West Indies, has called for teachers to ‘step up their game’ and be better prepared for the mixed ability classroom where students have diverse needs. … Continue reading

iLead Schools Developing Teaching and Learning Policies

Five rural secondary and primary schools are moving to develop and implement teaching and learning policies to strengthen standards in their respective educational institutions. The schools, identified more than a year ago as being in need of leadership support by … Continue reading

Immaculate Students making Strides in the JAA Junior Club

When most people think about motorsports and the auto industry, girls dressed in white uniforms do not readily come to mind; however, the students at the all-girls Immaculate Conception High School, in St Andrew, have welcomed the Jamaica Automobile Association … Continue reading

Students pay homage to people of colour in JN Black History Essay Competition

Highlighting a thought provoking topic, which affects many persons deemed to be in a minority race in first world countries, and convincingly showing how she continues to push past the many labels associated with her skin colour, Tahnee Pitter-Duncan was … Continue reading

Reap attractive interest with JN Prime Account

If you are seeking to maximize on savings and reap higher interests on your savings, then the JN Prime Account is one possible option for you. With guaranteed earnings at the end of prescribed maturity periods, this relatively new savings … Continue reading

JN sponsored Toronto Caribbean Business Expo gets ready for staging

With over 60 registered booth vendors and seven confirmed business speakers, the April 26 staging of the Toronto Caribbean Business Expo is gearing up to be the largest staging of its kind in Toronto. A Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) … Continue reading

Shaggy is now Ambassador of Jamaica Diaspora Conference

Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaican international reggae superstar Orville ‘Shaggy’ Burrell is officially an Ambassador of the 6th Biennial Diaspora Conference. The Conference will take place June 13 – 18, 2015 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. As a member of the Diaspora who … Continue reading

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