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Education 22 Aug, 2023 Follow News


Affinity Recruitment Ltd, a prominent name in the employment industry in the Cayman Islands, has joined forces with the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) to foster education and career development amongst young Caymanians. A scholarship agreement has been signed between the two organisations for financial support to the tune of $2,500 for students pursuing associate or bachelor level studies at UCCI.

The main purpose of the gift agreement is to establish a scholarship fund that will cover tuition, fees, and books for deserving new or current students at UCCI. The scholarship is designed to recognize students who exhibit not only a strong work ethic but also a deep commitment to civic leadership and service. To ensure the continuation of financial assistance, the scholarship may be renewed for an additional year, provided the student maintains good academic standing and a minimum GPA of 2.5.

Dr. Robert W. Robertson, President, and CEO of UCCI, commented, “This donation marks the beginning of a promising collaboration that aims to assist a young Caymanian in gaining the qualifications they need to kickstart a promising career. Education is the cornerstone of progress, and by investing in the future workforce, Affinity Recruitment are contributing to the growth and prosperity of our community.”

“We deeply appreciate Affinity Recruitment’s generosity and commitment to education,” Dr. Robertson, continued. “Their contribution will make a significant impact on the lives of a student and help shape the future of our community.”

Michele Aubert, Managing Director of Affinity Recruitment, commented, “As a recruitment agency we are acutely aware of the talent that is present in the Cayman Islands and of the many amazing career opportunities that are available to young Caymanians. If we can assist even one young person with achieving the academic credentials that will allow them to go into their dream vocation, then we have made a difference.”

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