The Tobago Information Technology Limited (TITL) hosted its very first Graduation and Certification Ceremony on August 30, 2019, in recognition of the 84 boys and girls who completed the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Summer Classes programme.
“The programme aimed to introduce students to STEM Education through a curriculum that encourages and rewards their curiosity,” said Acting CEO Ruth Campbell during her opening remarks at the ceremony. Students representing twenty-four primary and secondary schools throughout the island, as well as one foreign student, attended the STEM classes.
The ceremony included a special awards segment where ten students were recognised for the following achievements.
Kaelan Bynoe – Most Outstanding Male (Junior)
Jehudi Phillips – Most Outstanding Male (Senior)
Gabriella Almandoz – Most Outstanding Female (Junior)
Kerecia Lovelace – Most Outstanding Female (Senior)
Cassean Carrera – Best Behaved (Junior)
Jordan Langley – Best Behaved (Senior)
Kelon Robley – Most Helpful (Junior)
Josiah Toulon – Most Helpful (Senior)
Teray Wilmot – Most Innovative (Junior)
Drew Quashie – Most Innovative (Senior)
The STEM programme was launched on July 8, 2019, and continued through the months of July and August. During this time, students were exposed to four curriculum topics which include Geographic Information System (GIS), Drone Technology, Robotics and Computer Programming.
Special thanks to all our participants, parents/guardians, sponsors and everyone who assisted in the success of this event.