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False Bay TVET College flag flies in the US

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Thousands of applications were received for Programme Specialisation in the United States of America. Seven were selected from Africa, including Ms Simnikiwe Ngcawa, the only TVET College representative to participate in the Community College Initiative Programme 2019-2020. 
Simnikiwe will be spending her 25th birthday as a Northampton College Student in Pennsylvania, USA, refining her technical skills in Business Management and Administration: Banking and Finance.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, the Community College Initiative (CCI) Program provides opportunities for individuals from other countries to develop leadership capabilities, professional skills, and English language proficiency, while studying at a community college in the United States.

Simnikiwe Ngcaws completed a National Certificate (Vocational): Finance, Economics and Accounting Level 4 and Accounting Technician AS(SA) Level 4 December 2018. Maintaining her Top Achiever status, she achieved 17 distinctions of her 21 subjects completed for the duration of her NC(V) programme.

An active college student, she has participated in campus activations from SRC, MOT and community outreach programmes.  All these attributes contributed to her successful study application.

At a gift handover and farewell, Ms Charlene Matthews, False Bay TVET College Fish Hoek Campus Manager said “Simnikiwe is a dedicated hardworking student who is a role model to other students at the College.  She has proved that her circumstances do not define who she becomes. We are very proud of her and we have faith that she will keep the False Bay TVET College Flag flying high.”

CCI Program participants are recruited from historically under-represented and under-served communities. After completing the program, participants return home with new skills and expertise to help them contribute to the economic growth and development of their country.

Participants study in one of the following eligible fields: agriculture, applied engineering, business management and administration, early childhood education, information technology, media, public safety, and tourism and hospitality management.

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Ms Christiana Nel, Ms Karin Hendricks executive members stand with Ms Simnikiwe Ngcawa and Ms Charlene Matthews the False Bay TVET College Fish Hoek Campus


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