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STERLING SECURITY SOLUTIONS COMMITS $5,000 ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP TO UCCI

Business 26 Jun, 2023 Follow News

STERLING SECURITY SOLUTIONS COMMITS $5,000 ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP TO UCCI

In the latest of several private scholarship pledges to students studying at the University College of the Cayman Islands, Sterling Security Solutions Ltd. has vowed its support to the future workforce of the Cayman Islands, by committing $5,000 a year to to fund students through their programmes of study.

Dr. Robert W. Robertson, President and Chief Executive Officer of the University College of the Cayman Islands commented, “We are continuously astounded by the generous support of the businesses in the Cayman Islands and the amount of business owners and Directors willing to contribute to the skills of the next generation.

“Scholarships are a fundamental element of success for many of our students. The $5,000 offered by Sterling Security Solutions will assist one, or several students, to succeed in their dreams and build a future for themselves that they may otherwise not have had. We greatly appreciate this on behalf of the recipients.”

Established in late January 2015, Sterling Security Solutions Ltd. provides uniformed security services, security consulting, investigations, confidential document services and other specialized security services.  The company was founded by a team of professionals who bring with them over 50 years’ experience in law enforcement and security services.

Francis Brennan, Director of Sterling Security Solutions Ltd. stated “At Sterling Security Solutions we are passionate about supporting the local young people in their career aspirations and want to give back to the community. University education can be expensive, and scholarships help relieve the financial burden for students and their families. We are committed to enabling students, who may not have the means to afford a university education, to pursue their academic goals.”

Dr. Robert W. Robertson, President, and Chief Executive Officer of the University College of the Cayman Islands, concluded, “Private scholarships help make educational opportunities accessible to a wider range of students, regardless of their financial background. By providing scholarships, UCCI can attract and support talented students who might not have been able to afford such an education otherwise.”


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