CyberCampVI is designed for incoming 5th to 12th graders who are interested in learning about programming, cybersecurity and entering the next round of the CyberPatriot competition in the fall.
In response to trainee need, (My Brother's Workshop) MBW Education launched its high school program in 2017, and 34 students have graduated to date.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. will welcome executives from one of the oldest African-American Greek-lettered college fraternities in the nation to the United States Virgin Islands this weekend.
On Friday, Project Promise donated $750 to the Lockhart School Elementary School’s library.
The USVI PTSA Board is made up of parents, a farming executive, education professionals, legal professionals, media experts and business leaders from across the Virgin Islands community.
This is what's happening on both campuses of the University of the Virgin Islands.
Parents, police officers and FBI agents listened as students displayed fingerprint lifting techniques, glass fragment analysis, luminol (blood) testing and other skills relative to the field.
Over 300 students from public, private and parochial schools in the St. Thomas-St. John (STSJ) District participated in STEAM Day (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Mathematics) at UVI on May 24.
VI University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD) is looking for job coaches on St. Thomas and St. Croix to assist persons with disabilities in acquiring employment skills from July 22 to Dec. 2019.
The competition provided an opportunity for high school seniors in the territory to vie for scholarship prizes by presenting oral arguments in which they analyzed relevant legal issues in a mock appellate court proceeding before actual Virgin Islands judges.