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Kingston, Jamaica - August 17, 2017- Over 200 students have benefited from Petrojam Limited’s Annual twelve-week Summer Employment Programme, which ended August 25. The programme which started on June 5 provided secondary and tertiary level students, ages 16 to 25 years, provided solid work experiences in a number of disciplines including Engineering, Safety, Logistics, Marketing, Accounting, Legal Services and Human Resources.

Petrojam recently announced its 2017 Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) Scholars at a Luncheon held Thursday, July 28 at the Terra Nova Hotel, under the theme “Building Future Leaders.” The 2017 scholars are Mekhi Richards and Kawiona Young of St Andrew Primary, Ricardo Monroe and Jody Ann Treleven of Greenwich Town All Age School.

Principal of Greenwich All-Age, Brian Guscott has lauded Petrojam Limited’s recent Labour Day Activity at the institution, noting the timeliness of the intervention and the positive impact it will have on the students’ learning environment.

“I am very pleased and appreciative of the effort that Petrojam has put in to support us as an institution and we look forward to having the students returning into this clean, refreshing learning environment,” Mr. Guscott noted.

Petrojam Limited recently pumped energy into the activities of the Jamaica Football Federation through its renewed  sponsorship of Jamaica's National Football programme.

Speaking at a ceremony to announce the renewed and expanded partnership, General Manager of Petrojam, Howard Mollison noted that with the renewal, the company’s contribution would extend beyond the men’s senior team to all national football teams.

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