Historic Falmouth Cruise Port - Press
September 2, 2016
Roscheika Spencer recieving a scholarship from FJLCL presented by Mrs Shellion Rhoden.
Scholarships awarded to Falmouth residents
FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Falmouth Jamaica Land Company Limited (FJLCL) / Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) is delighted to announce the 2016 scholarship awardees.
These awards are part of FJLCL’s newly created scholarship scheme as we (FJLCL) are always seeking ways in helping Jamaican youth to have access to better opportunities.
Tyreece Terry recieving a scholarship from FJLCL presented by Mrs Shellion Rhoden.
Roscheika Spencer from Shortwood Teacher's College and Tyreece Terry formerly of Hague Primary & Infant School are this year's proud recipients of scholarships from FJLCL RCCL, being the most outstanding candidates in need of financial support to succeed in their academic endeavors.
These successful applicants should be extremely proud of their achievements, as they have been distinguished themselves as the best of the best. Rosheika Spencer, an A student at Shortwood Teachers College, who specializes in modern language, assisted with translation during her summer internship here at FJLCL during our our summer internship programme as a Guest Services Representative. She will complete her 4 years Bachelor's Degree study in Education, French and Spanish at Shortwood Teacher's College in 2017.
Tyreece Terry, who's mother is an assistant craft vendor at Port of Falmouth's craft market, was accepted at Munro College, a prominent boarding school for boys in St Elizabeth, known to produce some of the most brilliant scholars in Jamaica. His scholarship will cover his boarding and tuition expenses.
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