Karl Townsend (centre), president of the St Jago Past Students' Association and JMMB's chief country officer, Capital Markets Unit, presents a cheque valued at J$320,000 to Phyllis Armstrong (left), guidance counsellor at St Jago High School, towards the provision of academic bursaries for financially challenged students.
Looking on is Kim Mair, CEO, Joan Duncan Foundation, which partnered with the association to offer two bursaries. The presentation took place during a handover ceremony held at the school on September 15.
Joan Duncan Foundation CEO Kim Mair (second left) leans in to continue the entertaining conversation being shared with St Jago High School students, following the academic bursary handover ceremony held recently. Looking on is Karl Townsend (left), president of the St Jago Past Students' Association.
Joan Duncan Foundation's CEO, Kim Mair (right) engages St Jago High School students in conversation following the academic bursary handover ceremony held at the school on September 15. The foundation made a contribution towards two bursaries. Also sharing in the moment is Karl Townsend, president of the St Jago Past Students' Association.
St Jago High School students are pleased with the announcement that its Past Students' Association, in conjunction with corporate partners such as the Joan Duncan Foundation and 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited, is providing academic bursaries valued at J$320,000 for financially challenged students.
Principal of St Jago High School Collette Pryce (left) proudly accepts a cheque from past students Okeema Cummings (centre) and Roy Dudley during the ceremony.