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Celebrating Success: THTI Class of 2024 Graduation at Shaw Park Cultural Complex

The Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) had its graduation ceremony at the Shawpark Cultural Complex on Wednesday January 17th, 2024, it brought together students, faculty, families and esteemed guests to commemorate the culmination of years of academic and practical endeavors.

As the ceremony unfolded, speeches resonated with gratitude, reflection and hope for the future. 

Distinguished speakers shared insights into the significance of the graduates’ accomplishments and the role they would play in furthering Tobago’s reputation as a premier tourist destination. 

The atmosphere was charged with a sense of community and uplifting music, emphasizing the collaborative spirit that defines the Tobagonian way of life. 

(left) Mr. Ricardo Seales- Saxophonist, (right) Mr. Keishaun Julien- Pannist

Assemblyman Zorisha Hackett – Secretary in the Division of Education, Research and Technology with Alexander Chen, most outstanding student in Culinary Arts

Debra Sardinha from foodlingo presenting the certificate in culinary arts to Ravanna Ramsawak

Marion Holding Senior recruitment office of Sandals International presenting the certificate in Culinary Arts to Onisha McKnight

Dr Shurla Waldron-Joseph Chairman of the board at THTI presenting the certificate in Culinary Arts to Carlene Jordan-Wright

Dai Alexander received an award for in Culinary Arts, from Chef Arthur Patrick

Mr. Derrell Bartholomew presenting the certificate in Culinary Arts to Monique David

The graduates’ faces beamed with pride and accomplishment as they walked across the stage to receive their well-deserved diplomas. Each handshake and embrace symbolized not only the completion of an academic journey but also the beginning of a new chapter filled with opportunities and challenges in the dynamic field of hospitality and tourism.

The ceremony was not just a culmination of academic achievements; it was a testament to the dedication and hard work put forth by the graduates, who had undergone training at the Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute. The institute, known for its excellence in hospitality and tourism education, has played a pivotal role in shaping the future leaders of Tobago’s burgeoning tourism industry.

(right) Rajiv Seuchan attained the highest GPA.

The ceremony will not only mark the end of their academic journey but also serve as a launchpad for their professional careers. It marks a significant chapter in the lives of these individuals, as they step into the world ready to make a lasting impact in the vibrant and ever-evolving realm of hospitality and tourism.

Congratulations Students!

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