Providenciales, TCI, August 31, 2016 – Thirty four students studied at Fortis TCI this summer, and the initiative continues to get high marks from executives of the nation’s power supplier.

Vice President of Human Resources, IT and the company’s Chief Financial Officer, Ruth Forbes said Fortis TCI needs professionals from varying disciplines, so students are exposed to what was called ‘a plethora of activities.’  “Indeed a wide range of skill sets are required for this type of organization to function and be successful and being exposed to this while still in school is a great opportunity to learn.” End quote.

There are two elements to the summer study; the Summer Internship Program or SIP and the Student Summer Employment Program or SSEP; the latter is geared to those at College and University.  Fortis says the SSEP participants get to apply their theoretical study to real world situations and this year there were nine on board:  Shamaad Lewis, Jasmine Rodgers, Tyler Demeritte, Tristan Green, Kelly Cherite, Ebeni Ingham, Nevanna Bent, Oral Selver, and Demetrio Quant were named; high schools across the country were represented.

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