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EIGHTEEN new tertiary graduates have joined Petrojam’s one-year internship programme, a four-year-old project designed to expose them to real-world experience and improve their marketability.

The interns, who have been assigned to various departments including accounts, refinery production, human resource development and administration, and strategic planning, participated in two weeks of orientation, one of which was dedicated to learning the company’s safety procedures.

Petrojam Limited ensured the employment of over 200 students during the summer holidays through its Annual Summer Employment Programme.
The programme which runs from June 3 to August 22, seeks to provide students the opportunity to engage in practical tasks that reflect real world working experience.

The programme is operated in two phases for six weeks at a time. The company welcomed the first batch of students on June 3 and the second batch on July 15.

Forty-seven students at Blake’s Basic School in Greenwich Town will have a safer, more beautiful learning environment thanks to Petrojam Limited. On Labour Day , May 23, 2014, the Management and Staff of Pertrojam Limited united with community members to give the basic school a well-needed facelift This will assist with their meeting operational standards set by the Early Childhood Commission. Approximately two million dollars was spent to conduct roof repairs, paint classrooms, the perimeter walls, among other areas and to start a School Garden.

The students of St. Andrew Primary are now enjoying the use of improved toilet facilities and a beautified environ following major renovation work by Petrojam Limited.
The renovation activities which were undertaken as Petrojam’s 2015 Labour Day activities included restorative work to the students’ restrooms and the school’s Guard House, the installation of two water tanks, painting, planting of flowers and general beautification of the school environment.

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