Windward Islands Debating Competition 2018

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Dear TAMCC Community,
Please be informed that the Second Annual Windward Island Debating Competition will be held in St. Vincent from March 2-3, 2018.
The topics to be debated are:
Topic for Finals: 
"The lack of good governance in the Caribbean is more debilitating to sustainable development than the likely impacts of Climate Change"
Semi Final Topics:
1. The perpetual heavy reliance on tourism by Caribbean countries as an economic driver is unwise.


2. There should be fixed terms for Prime Ministers in the OECS countries.

The 4th Chinese Bridge Competition in Grenada

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The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China

 

in collaboration with

 

   The Confucius Classroom, T. A. Marryshow Community College

 

now welcomes registration for

The 4th Chinese Bridge Competition in Grenada

Date of competition: Thursday, April 5, 2018

Time: 2:00 – 4:00 pm

Venue: TAMCC, Tanteen Campus

Theme of competition:

“The Joy of Learning Chinese”

 

Participation

 

  • Current college or secondary school students
  • Between the ages of 15 and 20
  • Non-Chinese nationalities, neither born nor raised in China,

                          nor speaking Chinese as first language

  • Finalists to last year’s competition may not participate

 

 

Registration

 

 

Prizes

  • Prizes for the first five positions (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place)
  • The Education Office of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Grenada will select winning contestants based on their overall performance to attend the semi-final and final rounds of the 11th Chinese Bridge International Competition to be held in China later this year.

Advertisement for a TAMCC President

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Advertisement for a President

Established by the Government of Grenada in 1995 with the amalgamation of eight pre-existing post-secondary and tertiary entities into one institution, T.A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC) is Grenada’s premier tertiary institution, providing locally and internationally relevant, quality education. With programs acrossfive campuses in three schools and significant partnerships with businesses and industry in the region,the college produces large numbers of graduates each year and, as such, plays a central and critical role in the health of the Grenadian culture and economy.One of these significant partners, the PETNA Foundation, is providing transformational support to the college with the goal of making it the top tertiary learning institution in the Caribbean. This ambitious goal is being advanced in partnership with McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, through its MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teachingand the Grenadian Government.

Now, on their behalf, we are seeking a new President to take on leadership of this promising institution and vibrant community and transform TAMCC into the leading tertiary institution in the region.

Working closely with and reporting to TAMCC’s College Council, the new Presidentis a critical hire. Responsible for managing the academic mission and administration of the College,the President will lead the institution in creating a culture of positivity and enablement. The President’s role extends to setting the vision for the institution’s future including, curriculum revitalization, staff engagement and alignment, and building the respect and profile of the college externally. The President will also work collaboratively with the senior leadership team, ensuring programs and services are relevant to the needs of students and other constituents in the 21st centuryand aligned with both the college’s strategic direction and Ministry of Education’sexpectations.

As the ideal candidate, you bring a blend of administrative and academic leadership experience along withastudent/learner centric mindset and a deep understanding of — and enthusiasm for — the value of highereducation.You thrive on relationship building and your engaging and visible leadership style will allow you to create strong and sincere relationships with college stakeholders. You have a proven teaching and learning track record, are creative and skilled in working with limited resources and have delivered results in challenging situations on a regular basis. You posses high EQ, are collegial and authentic, culturally sensitive and exude positivity and, your perseverance and transparent operating style inspires trust in those you meet. Most importantly, you believe in the mandate of TAMCC and you have the ability to foster a culture that creates pride in the school, pride in working there, pride in being a student and a graduate. 

If you are ready for a professional and personal adventure in the Caribbean, we would like to hear from you. For more information regarding this exciting opportunity, please contact Mark Surrette or Jason Ozon at 1.866.822.6022, or submit your application online at: www.kbrs.ca/Careers/12000.

Scholarship Opportunities : Venue Changed

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STUDENTS

 

A College Recruiter will like to meet with you on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. to speak on available programmes and scholarship opportunities at the universities both regionally and internationally.

 

You are kindly asked to attend this sensitization session at the Teacher Ecucation Building.

  

 All interested persons should register with Mrs. Kirl Alexander -John at the Department of Student Affairs as soon as possible.

 

All are invited.

Deadline for Adding/Dropping Courses (2nd Nine Week)

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NOTICE

All students are advised that the deadline for:

 

vADDING a course(s) in respect of the Fifteen Week Session (Jan-Apr., 2018) is Friday, January 19th 2018.

 

vDROPPING a course(s) in respect of theFifteen Week Session (Jan – Apr., 2018) is Friday, February 15th 2018.

 

 

Students will NOT be allowed to ADD/DROP a course (s) for the Fifteen Weeks Session (January – April, 2018) after the stipulated deadline.

 

 

Please be guided accordingly.

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