27 Juil Team Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2019 🇻🇨
Fortunate to be blessed with amazing waters and stunning beaches, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a one-of-a-kind getaway spot that everyone must see once in their lifetime. The coves are so spectacular that you will find it hard to believe that the place can actually exist. The beautiful waters and university in marine life and wildlife will make you want to just keep discovering more and more. It is definitely a spot that every diver would love to see, and has wilderness that any adventurer or trekker would love to go through. It is an adventure unlike any other.
The team consist of students from five (5) different secondary school backgrounds throughout the island of St. Vincent.
Jade François is currently a second year student at the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Division of Technical and Vocational Education. His love and passion for robotics developed from the STEM summer program where he was introduced to robotics. Jade intends to start a business in the field of technology in the future.
Paige is a final year student at the Girls High School in St. Vincent. As much as her school does not have a robotics program, she has always been intrigued with technology and how it can help to make everyday tasks easier and more efficient. She is a critical thinker and problem solver who uses her present technology to plan, organize, and execute her projects. Over the years at high school she has received awards for both her academics and extracurricular activities. Her ambition is to be able to apply technology into her chosen field of study, actuarial science.
Ozni a second year student at the St. Vincent and the Grenadines community college. He became interested in robotics when he saw the amount of things robots can do that humans cannot from videos online.
Lisha is a fifth year student of the St. Joseph Convent Kingstown. She became interested in programming and robotics after learning about it in school. Lisha will like to be a Crime scene Investigator (CSI) in the Computer Science Department when she grows up.
Brendon Thomas is a second (2nd) year student of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College. His interest in robotics sprung from his dire passion for Information Technology and seeing films like ‘Star Wars’. In his future endeavors, he hopes to become an IT Specialist where he’d be working with hardware, software, and networking.
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