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Caribbean Institute of Technology students win top awards in robotics
Two students from the Caribbean Institute of Technology gained the top prize in a robotics
Competition sponsored by the Ministry of Information Technology. Nicole Reid and Henry
Bryant, who are in their third year of study in B.S. Electronics, bested 30 other contenders from
top schools all over the Caribbean. They were awarded first prize by the Minister of
Information Technology himself. They will also be receiving certificates of recognition from the
founders Caribbean Institute of Technology in a program that will be announced soon.
Caribbean Institute of Technology recognized as top training school in the Caribbean
The Caribbean Institute of Technology was recently given recognition by the Ministry of
Education for being the top training school in information technology. The Institute is known
for producing skilled graduates who are the cream of the crop in the technology sector.
Graduates of the Institute have been shown to have a high employment rate, besting other
Schools in the Caribbean. The current award given by the Ministry of Education is the 5th award
received by the Institute in the same category.
Caribbean Institute of Technology graduates honored as top employees of SpiralTech
SpiralTech, the Caribbean’s top technological firm, has honored 10 graduates of the Caribbean
Institute of Technology as among its top employees. The honorees are: Samuel Brent, Stacey
Reid, Jack Robinson, Mark Stephanson, Kyle Roderick, Rick Matthews, Elaine Green, Jethro Pill,
Matthew Rimes and Victoria Steid. The graduates have shown that the skills they have learned
while studying at the Caribbean Institute of Technology are indeed valuable. The graduates
have received certificates of recognition and cash prizes. Previously, other notable graduates of
the Caribbean Institute of Technology have also received similar citations.