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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | August 27, 2019 | 12:09 AM
Nestlé Jamaica’s Supply Chain Manager Linton Johnson stops for a picture.
Anthony Bryan has no problem being sandwiched by beauties Caroline Herrera (left) and Siuyee Ng as they share some lens time.
Kymani Anderson and Anna-Kay Smikle, 2019 Seeds for the Future students, are in a jolly good mood.
It was business as usual for Huawei Jamaica’s Executive Account Manager, Neil Grant, and Symtai Consulting Limited’s Business Development Manager, Korah-Jane Jude.
Fellow awardees Tuwanie Morgan (left) from the University of Technology and Jordan Madden get close for this photo op.
Carolina Herrera, public relations and communications officer for Huawei Central America and Caribbean, smiles brightly.
Terri-Karelle Reid is ‘Huawei red’ as she hosts the 2019 departure ceremony for student awardees.
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Global leaders in ICT Huawei have partnered with Jamaica’s premier tertiary institutions; the University of the West Indies, Mona and the University of Technology, Jamaica, to give students first hand experiences through its Seeds for the Future Programme. The programme, which allows students to travel from Jamaica to Huawei’s Headquarters in Shanghai China, has for the better part of a decade allowed students to garner industry knowledge while experiencing an immersion of Chinese Culture. The 2019 batch of Seeds for the Future were recently awarded at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. These are the highlights.