Kerah Bullock has emerged the winner of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Community College’s essay competition. Bullock, a second-year student pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, earned $500 for her winning submission.
Arianna Jardine from the college’s Division of Arts, Sciences & General Studies claimed the $300 second place prize, while Gregory Hull, also from the Division of Arts, and Deanna Williams from the Division of Teacher Education tied for third and were awarded $150 each.
All entrants received certificates of participation and SVGCC-branded items. Students were asked to write on the topic “The Importance of Accreditation to a Post-Secondary Institution”.
The SVGCC recently re-launched its bid for accreditation, and is currently conducting an institutional self-study under the theme “Rooted In Introspection, Growing For The Future: Let’s ACE it!”