Robeert Miller

Photo: JIS Photographer Senior Advisor to the Education Minister, Robert Miller (left), engages in a light moment with (from second left), J. Wray and Nephew (JWN) Foundation scholarship recipient, Nickardo Anderson; and Chairman of the JWN Foundation, Clement Lawrence. Occasion was the Foundation’s scholarship awards ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday (August 29). Nickardo is one of two exemplary students who are first-time recipients of the Joy Spence Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Scholarship, which is valued at $450,000. The scholarship is in recognition of the world’s first female Master Blender. A total of 65 students at the secondary and tertiary levels were awarded scholarships amounting to $11.7 million this year.

Senior Advisor to the Education Minister, Robert Miller (left), engages in a light moment with (from second left), J. Wray and Nephew (JWN) Foundation scholarship recipient, Nickardo Anderson; and Chairman of the JWN Foundation, Clement Lawrence. Occasion was the Foundation’s scholarship awards ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday (August 29). Nickardo is one of two exemplary students who are first-time recipients of the Joy Spence Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Scholarship, which is valued at $450,000. The scholarship is in recognition of the world’s first female Master Blender. A total of 65 students at the secondary and tertiary levels were awarded scholarships amounting to $11.7 million this year.

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