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When 19-year-old Jafar Howe missed an opportunity to get a scholarship from the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, he was determined to find other sources of funding for his dream of studying abroad. He decided to take the SAT and scored a near perfect score of 1540 out of 1600, then applied to top-ranking universities in the United States. This year he will be attending Princeton University. After starting a business and a fundraiser, and tutoring students in secondary school, he secured the balance of funds needed to pay for tuition and cover other expenses.
So far he's interested in mechatronic engineering. Jafar is from Lavantille, Trinidad and Tobago. Let's show him our support by liking and sharing his story.
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The Eiffel Tower may come to mind when you think of France. But have you heard of the Millau Viaduct? It's a bridge located in southern France and is the tallest bridge in the world measuring over 1000 feet or 300 meters (it's taller than the Eiffel Tower). This bridge is classified as a cable-stayed bridge, which is a bridge that has cables supporting the weight of the bridge deck. The cables in this type of bridge are anchored directly to one or more towers.
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STEM Caribbean
Tonight the largest planet in our solar system will eventually be at its brightest for the year reaching opposition, which means that it will be directly opposite the Sun. Every year, during this time, Jupiter, Earth and the Sun are arranged in a straight line. If weather conditions permit, you should be able to see Jupiter with your naked eyes. Look for a bright object. You could see a better view of it and might even spot its largest moons if you have a pair of binoculars or a small telescope. With a large telescope, you can look out for the Great Red Spot, an enormous storm on Jupiter, which is more than twice the size of Earth. Shortly after sunset today, Jupiter will begin to rise in the east. 🔭
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STEM Caribbean
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The Barbados Light & Power Company Limited is seeking a Network Administrator. Read the shared post for more details. Deadline to apply for the position is Tuesday, June 18, 2019