Official Response Re: BTVI’s 2021 Graduation

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July 22, 2021

The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) wishes to apologize to the Class of 2021 for the inconvenience caused regarding the unsuccessful broadcast of our 2021 virtual graduation. We continue to work on the technical difficulties experienced with the video.

Meanwhile, we share in the disappointment of the Class of 2021 and do not take it lightly as a graduation ceremony is a rite of passage, signaling a new beginning.

We understand that students want their hard work acknowledged and in light of this fact, we are pleased to announce that BTVI will now be hosting a series of drive-in graduations for its 351 graduands to accommodate social distancing and health protocols.

The ceremonies will be slated for July 30th in New Providence at 11 am and 4 pm and shortly thereafter on Grand Bahama.

There are 266 graduands in New Providence, 76 in Grand Bahama, eight in Andros and one in Abaco. Members of the Class of 2021 can expect further details via their BTVI emails, social media and during scheduled virtual graduation meetings.

The BTVI board, management, faculty and staff, look forward to celebrating with the Class of 2021 as they prepare to enter the world of work or continue on their journey as employees or employers who are globally competitive and economically independent.

News date : 07/22/2021    Category : Education, Press Releases

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