The following is a message from Cayman Current editor and founder Patrick Brendel:
Please join us in welcoming Cayman Life TV as our official media partner on the Cayman Current’s mini-documentary series on TVET and STEM education.
“We are delighted to be involved with this incredible project. Cayman Life TV is a community channel on Logic Channel 33 as well as on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and our website at CaymanLife.ky,” Cayman Life TV founder April Cummings said.
“One of our key areas of interest is education-related content because it is critical to the health and well-being of our community, now and in the future. This docuseries takes a deeper dive into an important aspect of education and it is a privilege to air it and share it across all of our platforms,” she said.
Of course, many of you are already aware of the existing collaboration between our two media organisations, as April and Patrick host the weekly EdBeat video programme that appears on Cayman Life TV’s and the Current’s platforms.
We at the Current are incredibly grateful for the support from Cayman Life TV, and from our project sponsors which include Dart, Health City Cayman Islands, Enterprise Cayman and Silver Palm Studios.
If you’re interested in supporting the project or the Current in general, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Donations Page.
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