Weekend of Events for Sagicor Inspire Project Participants.
Sagicor Group Jamaica is adding a new dimension to how corporate companies invest in Jamaica’s future by using its Inspire Project to focus on tertiary students who exhibit admirable leadership potential and academic prowess.
High Spirits at Sagicor’s Inspire Project Cocktail Launch
Stepping into the Toyota Showroom on Old Hope Road last Friday, you could feel the excitement as over 100 specially selected students from colleges and universities across the island, gathered in anticipation for the launch of Sagicor's Inspire Project.
Sagicor Plan Invests in Higher Education
There is a new investment plan that assists parents with paying for their children's higher education. Known as the Sigma Educator Plan, Sagicor Investments has launched an affordable proposal to help conscientious, visionary investors to save for their children's future.
Sagicor Inspires Tertiary Students in New Project
Sagicor Group Jamaica launched its inaugural Inspire Project on Friday, aimed at strengthening the leadership and life skills of some 120 specially selected tertiary-level students. The students will be taken on a weekend motivational retreat at the Sagicor-owned Hilton Resort and Spa in St James from Friday, October 21 to 23.
SAGICOR Foundation has copped the first-place prize for the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) Jamaica Award of Excellence for Civic Leadership, while Sagicor Group Jamaica took home second place in the Corporate Social Responsibility category. The awards were presented during the AMCHAM Jamaica Awards Banquet on October 18 at the Jamaica Pegasus.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Three rural basic schools have been “adopted” under the Sagicor Foundation Adopt A School Programme for the 2017-2018 academic school year.The schools — AME Basic School in Clarendon, D'Frank Early Childhood Institution in Manchester and Haughton Grove Early Childhood Institution in Hanover — were announced by Sagicor Foundation Chairman, R Danny Williams, at a launch event of the programme on Friday held at the Jamaica Pegasus.
Sagicor Foundation Chairman R. Danny Williams (second right) shares in a photo op with scholarship recipients (from left) Melissa Williams, Joseph McLeod, and Ashley Morgan. The three high-school students received educational grants of $100,000, $200,000 and $150,000 respectively, during Sagicor’s Motivational Seminar, held at the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Resort, Montego Bay, from October 5-8, 2017.
The financial burden of school expenses has been eased for three high school students following their receipt of educational grants contributed by the staff of Sagicor Group Jamaica.
The three-day Sagicor Motivational Seminar held last weekend at the Hyatt Ziva & Zilaria all-inclusive resorts Rose Hall saw the corporation reprising its biennial motivational and empowerment weekend for its valued team members and their families from across the region.
Human Resource Manager, Sagicor Group Jamaica, Michelle Distant, a breast cancer survivor since 2009, poses beside the “Have Your Breasts Checked” sign erected behind the pink sleeping policemen at Sagicor Bank, Dominica Drive head office in New Kingston.
SAGICOR last weekend hosted a motivational seminar for its team members, with activities culminating Saturday night with a grand “Legacy Ball” which saw eight individuals receiving Legacy Awards for their service to the company.
SAGICOR Motivational Seminar (SMS) kicked off last Thursday with an action-packed agenda for three days of powerful, motivational and inspirational fun and fellowship for Sagicor team members and their children. The weekend-long event, held under the theme “Live the Legacy, Live your Dream”, was hosted at the Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Resort, Montego Bay.
Executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society, Yulit Gordon (fifth left, front row) shares in the photo op with Sagicor team members dressed in varying shades of pink yesterday — “Pink Day” — as part of the activities for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Chairman of Sagicor Group Jamaica, Richard Byles has been selected by The University of the West Indies Alumni Association Jamaica Chapter for the Pelican Award for 2017.