Grenada UWI Alumni Jenae Greenidge invites new students to embrace flexible learning

Grenada UWI Alumni Jenae Greenidge invites new students to embrace flexible learning

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St George’s, Grenada: One of the Alumni of Grenada UWI Guild of Students–GC – Jenae Greenidge, invited the new students to come and join the campus of the university for multiple reasons, including flexible learning options and enabling students to access course materials. She introduced the ‘local guild’s chapter chair’.

Why Choose UWI Global Campus?

According to Greenidge, the reason why she chose the University of West Indies Open Campus is that they offer flexible learning options, enabling students to access course materials and study online from any location.

She outlined, “People with work or family commitments will particularly benefit from this flexibility. A reputable university with a long history of offering top-notch instruction is the University of the West Indies (UWI).”

While inviting the students, she stated, “UWI’s Open Campus programs uphold the same high standards as those provided at the university’s traditional campuses. I certainly don’t regret choosing the University of the West Indies Open Campus, as many doors are opening for me.”

Who is Jenae Greenidge?

Jenae Ahleah Greenidge is a proud alumnus of the South Saint George Government School and The Anglican High School, where she completed her primary and secondary school education, respectively. She then moved on to TA Marryshow Community College, where she received an Associate Degree in Business management.

Currently, Jenae is a teacher at the South Saint George Government School, also known as “Springs School.” Currently, she is a student enrolled in the University of the West Indies Global Campus doing a Bachelor’s in Education, educational leadership, and management.

In addition to being the new Chapter Chair for Grenada’s Chapter, Jenae is also the regional guild secretary.

Here are a few words from the Chapter Chair:

“Leadership is not about being in charge. It is about taking care of those in your charge.” – Simon Sinek.
“As a student body in Grenada, let us work together to build a stronger, open campus, and remember that my chapter is here to serve and listen to you as we work to improve Grenada’s chapter.”