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Engineering Students Get FLOW Bursaries

Published:Thursday | December 17, 2015 | 12:00 AM
FLOW's Errol Miller (third left) interacts with University of Technology final-year engineering students (from left) Wardlan Borah, Dimitri Harding, Ayshahvez Konowalchuk, and Jerome Reid during a brief presentation ceremony held in one of the engineering labs at the institution. Dr Noel Brown (right) looks on.

Four final-year engineering students from the University of Technology (UTech) were recently awarded bursaries funded by FLOW, through its foundation, totalling $320,000.

The students - Wardlan Borah, Dimitri Harding, Ayshahvez Konowalchuk and Jerome Reid - each received $80,000 following recommendations from UTech, based on academic performance and financial need.

During the presentation, chairman of the foundation, Errol Miller, encouraged the students to continue aiming for the highest and to use the knowledge they acquire to be of benefit to Jamaica. He added that FLOW was delighted to be able to provide assistance to four very talented young Jamaicans. "As a company, we are happy to invest in the talent of these young persons who will go on to literally shape Jamaica and the world through their professional discipline in the future," said Miller.