Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: St Kitts and Nevis Robotics Association (SKNRA) expressed a heartfelt thank you towards Minister Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers and Minister Haydn Hughes.
The update has informed that the Robotics Association is immensely grateful to Minister Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers, Anguilla’s Minister of Education, and Minister Haydn Hughes, Anguilla’s Minister of Infrastructure, Communications, Utilities, Housing, and Tourism, for gracing with their presence at the closing ceremony of the Anguilla Alumni Association Robotics Camp.
“Your support has ignited a spark of innovation and education that will continue to shine brightly,” it updated.
The Anguilla Alumni Robotics Camp has served as a platform of creativity and learning, inspiring young minds to explore the realms of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). “Your dedication to nurturing curiosity, talent, and exploration in these fields is truly commendable and inspiring,” it outlined.
Through social media post, it also said that the impactful words of encouragement and wisdom have left an indelible mark on the dreams and aspirations of the young participants. As leaders in education and infrastructure, the attendance reflects the government’s commitment to creating an environment that fosters leadership and progress.
St Kitts and Nevis Robotics Association highlighted, “We firmly believe in the strength of unity and collaboration among nations, especially in education and technology.”
It added, “Your participation serves as a testament to the camaraderie among Caribbean nations, united in their shared mission of promoting innovation and excellence.”
It furthermore stated that “We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Minister Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers and Minister Haydn Hughes for your gracious presence and unwavering support. Together, we will continue to pave the way for growth in education, robotics, and technology.”