To improve public awareness of its diverse set of courses, the Advanced Vocational Educational Center (AVEC) will be hosting its inaugural pageant later this month.
Clyde Christopher, Director of AVEC, said that the pageant was designed to promote greater awareness in alternative vocation opportunities taught at the Center.
Seven contestants will participate in the contest and will represent a subject area covering Electricity, Business, Secretarial Skills, Computer Applications, General Accounting, Hospitality and Graphic Arts.
The participants of the show have already been showing their excitement and benefits of being a student at AVEC.
Joadyan Livingston, contestant number seven, noted that students attend AVEC because it provides an opportunity to develop a skill in order to build a career which is the motto of the institution.
Shamela Eframe, contestant number three, stated that she wants to further her studies in Secretarial Skills to serve as an inspiration to her son. She plans to become one of the best data entry clerks in the Federation.
Makela Galloway, contestant number two, has chosen the Hospitality field and is pursuing a career as a professional chef. Taveda Isaac is studying Business in order to start her own company in the fashion industry.
The show will be staged at the AVEC grounds at Taylors Range on Friday 27th April at 8:00 pm.