Minister Thanks Everyone Involved In Centre

April 24, 2022 | 0 Comments

Minister of Education Diallo Rabain attended the official opening of the new Athene Career Development Centre at the Bermuda College held earlier this week and he thanked everyone “for their efforts and dedication to our young people.”

A Government spokesperson said, “The $3.8 million renovations provide state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, and a lecture theatre where students and the community will gain highly sought skills in business, Fintech and Cybersecurity and learn about the Internet of Things (IoT) and cutting-edge technology.”

Minister Rabain stated, “This would not be possible, without the generous donations that have brought this vision to fruition, the idea of Bermuda College becoming a Centre of Excellence closer.”


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“The Bermuda Government has been committed to ensuring that our young people have access to higher education. We are pleased to see corporate donors like Athene, Athora, Aspen and Catalina and Bermuda College Foundation continuing and adding to these efforts. Athene Career Development Centre is a testament to our collective belief that education is accessible to all who seek it.”

“Our students will benefit from additional career development support, which will aid them in being better prepared to enter the local and international workforce upon completion of their studies. We look forward to seeing Bermuda College continue to move forward in this regard.”

“On behalf of the Bermuda Government, I thank all for their efforts and dedication to our young people. I wish Athene Career Development Centre much success.”

For more information on the Athene Career Development Centre, visit www.bermudacollegefoundation.com/cdc.

Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications // Mark Tatem

Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications // Mark Tatem

Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications // Mark Tatem

Photo courtesy Dept. of Communications // Mark Tatem

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