CDB’s Cultural and Creative Industries Innovation Fund (CIIF) and Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) are seeking applications to the Accelerator programme from Saint Lucian entrepreneurs practicing in the fashion industry.
Dr. Keith Nurse, Principal/President of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College will present on the topic "What is Fair Trade for Culture in the Digital Creative Economy?" on the panel entitled "Creative Economy and the Cultural and Creative goods trade in digital environment, the relevance of international conventions/treaties and the importance of Intellectual Property."
My time at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College was not only academically fulfilling, but a period of growth and maturity. To me, the SALCC is the perfect incubator for any young adolescent willing to pursue higher level education abroad. It provides the necessary exposure to College life and also fosters proper time management skills. SALCC is the number 1 choice for tertiary level education in St. Lucia - excellent preparation in the pursuit of excellence.
I have always dreamt of becoming an animator or cartoonist. Pursuing the Digital Media Programme at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community will definitely have a major impact on my future career prospects. My lecturers have been very helpful and provide the opportunity to work on real life projects, where I am able to gain more experience and exposure in the field. So far, I have received glowing commendations on my work, which has motivated me to continue to hone my skills.
My experience at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College can be described in two words – enlightening and exciting. The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College is where I began to truly understand my interests, goals and even, myself. I believe that SALCC is great choice for tertiary level education.
As a past student of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, I am quite impressed with how the College has advanced and increased its scope of course offerings. I believe that this new endeavor will better equip students to become more globally marketable.