The following is a message from Cayman Current editor and founder Patrick Brendel:
Please join us in welcoming Enterprise Cayman as a sponsor of our first in-depth multimedia enterprise journalism project. Thank you!
Enterprise Cayman is a workforce development initiative and partnership between Cayman Enterprise City and the Cayman Islands Government. The organisation is providing the Cayman Current with financial and in-kind resources to assist our planned mini-documentary series on TVET and STEM education.
“Enterprise Cayman is proud to sponsor Cayman Current’s in-depth multimedia journalism project on TVET and STEM education. Our sponsorship reaffirms our commitment to drawing awareness to new and innovative career opportunities in technology and helping to nurture Cayman’s next generation of innovators,” said Charlie Kirkconnell, CEO of Cayman Enterprise City and Enterprise Cayman Director.
In addition to Enterprise Cayman, our mini-documentary project is also being supported by initial sponsor Dart.
We are engaged in discussions with other supporters to further enhance the quality and reach of our TVET/STEM project. As sponsorship agreements become official, we’ll provide details on sources of funding.
Kirkconnell said, “STEM presents the fastest growing job market in the world and as such, it’s essential that the next generation has the tools and knowledge needed to thrive within it. For those embarking on careers in technology, there has never been a more exciting time to consider your future.”
“Enterprise Cayman in collaboration with Cayman Enterprise City members and strategic partners are passionate about providing opportunities in STEM for Caymanian talent within Cayman’s increasingly diversified and tech-enabled economy,” he said.
As a non-profit public service journalism organisation, the Current relies on donations from individuals and groups, and does not sell advertising or offer ‘paid content’.
Sponsors and supporters do not exercise influence over our journalism, which is aimed at furthering our mission to improve education in the Cayman Islands, for the betterment of Cayman’s children and future generations.
We are grateful to all of our donors — and you, the reader — because without your support the Cayman Current simply would not exist.
Patrick Brendel, Founder and Editor