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February 26

VI SBDC Reminds Small Businesses of the Paycheck Protection Program Deadline

The Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center (VI SBDC) encourages small businesses affected by COVID-19 to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) federal disaster assistance before the March 31 deadline. Counselors and consultants are available to provide confidential consulting and no-cost assistance with application submission. more

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“We Streaming Green” - UVI’s Afternoon on the Green Goes Virtual

The University of the Virgin Islands invites the community to our virtual Afternoon on the Green on Sunday, March 15, 2021. Fans of UVI’s annual “friend-raiser” will be treated to virtual extravaganza, featuring tips and tricks from long time cooks sharing their signature dishes, electrifying entertainment and fun activities for the kids. This year’s theme is “We Stream Afternoon on the Green 2021.” read more
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UVI Caribbean Green Technology Center to Host World Water Day Outreach Events in March

In celebration of #WorldWaterDay, the Caribbean Green Technology Center (CGTC) at the University of the Virgin Islands will host World Water Month outreach events throughout March to showcase the ways Virgin Islanders can learn more about water quality, safe drinking water, water conservation strategies, wastewater, and the impacts of drought on agriculture. read more
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UVI’s Glass Crusher Project Gearing-up to Accept Glass Waste for Recycling

For years, the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) through its Coastal Cleanup initiatives has picked up glass beverage bottles and other trash that littered Virgin Islands beaches and shores. Through UVI’s Glass Crusher Project, the University is gearing up to accept glass waste from the community, to improve recycling efforts in the Virgin Islands. Commencing March 27th, the University will host a glass collection effort on the last Saturday of each month at the former West Bay Supermarket parking lot, near UVI, from 9-11am. read more
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UVI Board of Trustees to Meet on March 6

The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 6, via Zoom. Media instructions for participation will be shared via email.  Once connected to the meeting, members of the media are required to mute their devices and turn off their cameras for the duration of the meeting. Members of the media are asked not to ask questions during the meeting. All questions should be sent via email to the UVI Director of Public Relations, Tamika Thomas-Williams, at  read more
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VI SBDC Increases Training Activity to Accommodate Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses affected by COVID-19

The Virgin Islands Small Business Development Center (VI SBDC), the territory’s premier provider of free consulting, low-cost training and technical assistance, has recruited experts from both the public and private sector to provide business education training during Covid-19. read more
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CFVI Awards Grant to Make Accessible Revised Organic Act of 1954 - Sekou & Leary to Undertake Task

Virgin Islanders everywhere will soon have user-friendly access to the founding documents of the U.S. Virgin Islands. University of the Virgin Islands Professor of Political Science and History, Dr. Malik Sekou has been awarded a grant in the amount of $20,000 from the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) for the purpose of creating an integrated, easily accessible, plain language brochure of the Revised Organic Act of 1954, that provides both the legislation and its amendments in both electronic and hard copy formats. read more
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UVI Safety in Paradise Program Notifies Business Community of Updated OSHA Guidelines for COVID-19

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued updated guidance on COVID-19 precautions for all workplaces. In a press release published on January 29, 2021, OSHA issued stronger guidelines based on a mandate by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. The new guidance provides recommendations to mitigate and prevent the viral spread of COVID-19 in the workplace. read more
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St. John School of the Arts Collaborates with UVI for Evening of Classics and Jazz

St. John School of the Arts (SJSA) in collaboration with the United Jazz Foundation (UJF) will virtually present an Evening of Classics and Jazz with the University of the Virgin Islands Music faculty, students and special guests on Friday, Feb. 12. There will be a “Mingle with the Musicians” event starting at 7 p.m. via Zoom and then the virtual concert begins at 7:30 p.m. This concert is part of the annual Sis Frank Concert Series that has been bringing world-renowned musicians to St. John. This year SJSA is offering all concerts in the series for free but is asking for donations to help cover expenses. read more
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VI SBDC Partners with UVI Creativity Lab to Assist Small Businesses affected by COVID-19

The Virgin Island Small Business Development Center (VI SBDC) in collaboration with the University of the Virgin Islands’ Creativity Lab will assist small businesses affected by Covid-19. read more
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UVI Receives $250,000 for Permanent Endowment Fund from Diageo North America

The University of the Virgin Islands has received $250,000 from Diageo North America to create a permanent endowment fund and provide financial aid grants to talented students across different disciplines and majors. This is part of a broader innovative program that Diageo North America announced to support 25 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), focused on building opportunities to develop future leaders and help shape a more equitable society. The initiative is expected to benefit thousands of students over the years across the country. read more
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