Georgetown, Guyana – (October 28, 2015) President David Granger was today paid a courtesy call by Members of the Queens College Alumni Association of New York. The visiting team used the opportunity to brief the President on their plans for students of the school as it is their intention to maintain the high level of standard it has held for the past 171 years.
President of the Association, John Campbell told the Ministry of the Presidency that the team also used the opportunity to brief the President on the work of the association. “We have all benefitted from Queens College and we want to, in some way, give back to the school and to the country as a whole,” Campbell said.
Beginning tomorrow the team will be conducting a conference on a wide range of topics including; mental health, entrepreneurship, mathematics, interview etiquette and resume preparation among others. The conference will close on Friday and there will be participation from students of the Tutorial High, North Georgetown Secondary, Annandale Secondary, Richard Ishmael Secondary, Christ Church Secondary and Tucville Secondary schools.
Pictured, here (from left) Nathilee Caldera, Michelle Foster, Karen Wharton, President His Excellency Brigadier David Granger, John Campbell, Dr. Terrence Blackman, Dr. Terrence Ramoen, Mark Dalgety and Saran Nurse all of the Queens College Alumni Association of New York, during the courtesy call, today at Ministry of the Presidency.