CAY HILL–The annual Career and Study Fair, held at the Belair Community Centre on Wednesday, attracted a steady stream of persons including scores of high school students.
The fair was held under the theme: “The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
Participating colleges and university representatives from the region, Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, Anguilla, the United States, Canada and Holland were on hand at the Fair to share information about their academic institutions and services at the event.
Local educational institutions such as the University of St. Martin (USM), representatives from the Student Support Services Department (SSSD), GED Sxm, National Institute for Professional Advancement (NIPA) and the American University of Integrated Sciences (AUIS) were also in attendance to provide information on their services.
Representatives of study financing organisation from Holland DUO were also present to share updates in the recent changes pertaining to revised education developments in the Netherlands.
My Future Career, a guidance organisation based in Curaçao and NNAM, an insurance company from Holland were also in attendance to assist students who are planning to pursue their education in the Netherlands on their own as “free movers.”
Also present were the Coast Guard, Customs, Fire Department, Princess Juliana International Airport, Winair, the Harbour Group of Companies, the Tourist Bureau, St. Maarten Medical Center, Mental Health Foundation, Social and Health Insurance SZV, St. Maarten White and Yellow Cross Foundation’s District Nursing and Baby Clinic, St. Maarten Laboratory Services, NAGICO Insurances, TelEm, GEBE and St. Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association (SHTA).
Source: The Daily Herald Career and Study Fair attracts many persons