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Frett-Gregory to MBW Graduates: It's Okay to Travel the Path Not Taken by Many, Work Hard and Find Success

Staff Consortium | June 22, 2021

ST. THOMAS — Seven students graduated on Saturday with an accredited high school diploma from Penn Foster High School, through My Brother’s Workshop (MBW) Education, MBW has announced. The ceremony was held at the St. Thomas Reformed Church (STRC), where MBW founder Scott Bradley started the nonprofit over 14 years ago. The mission of MBW is to end youth crime and violence in the territory through mentoring, counseling, education, on-the-job training and job placement. Family and friends of the graduates, dignitaries, volunteers and supporters, and MBW board, committee and staff members attended the celebration, according to the release. The Eljhaie Brathwaite Project played the processional, “Pomp and Circumstance.” Chrystie Payne, MBW communications director, served as MC; Julius Jackson and Scott Bradley welcomed the crowd and thanked…

UVI Board Increases Online Program Tuition For Students…

Staff Consortium | June 20, 2021

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees on Saturday during regular session of its quarterly…

Microsoft and UVI Establish Relationship With Big…

Kyle Murphy | June 15, 2021

A partnership between the University of the Virgin Islands and Microsoft, which includes an ongoing…

Tension in Senate During Education Hearing: Berry-Benjamin…

Kyle Murphy | June 03, 2021

The tension between the V.I. Dept. of Education and 34th Legislature senators was apparent Wednesday,…

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