Commissioner Designee Gary Molloy invites employers, not-for-profit organizations and training service providers to participate in this year’s Summer Youth Work Experience and Training Program Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL).
Over a dozen U.S. Virgin Islands student members of the not-for-profit Marine Vocational Program (MVP) can now continue and advance their marine education thanks to a donation of $15,000 from the NYC Eastern Caribbean Relief Fund.
In the spring of 1979, at the request of Costas Coulianos, Maas called a meeting to explore the possibilities of starting a second club. The result of that meeting was the Rotary Club of St. Thomas II with Macon M. Berryman the founder and Dave Maas the club’s first president.
The RTPark’s business attraction team traveled to Taiwan and mainland China’s Guangdong Province for the trip, which took place from March 19 to April 2, to have introductory meetings with various early-stage technology companies, science parks and government agencies.
The Management and Technical Assistance Program provides training, executive education and one-on-one consulting in a wide range of business activities, including marketing, accounting, opportunity development and capture, contract management, compliance and financial analysis.
The Caribbean Advertising Federation (CAF) has announced the winners of its American Advertising Awards (AAA), referred to as the ADDY Awards, the advertising industry’s most comprehensive and prestigious competition recognizing creative excellence in advertising.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is determined to position itself as the number one tourism destination in the Caribbean by employing robust public/ private partnerships.
In commemoration of Easter, Viya’s Customer Experience Centers on St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix will be closed on Friday, April 19, for Good Friday.
The two-hour workshop, facilitated in partnership with the jeniusLogic Foundation, introduced students to the logic-based analysis required for writing and debugging codes using the coding language Swift.
Funding for the project was provided through a generous donation to CFVI from Carnival Cruise Line, which had contacted both CFVI and the V.I. Department of Tourism shortly after the 2017 hurricanes to see how they could contribute to recovery efforts.