COST U LESS GIVES SCELL NEW YEAR GIFTS

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – On January 3rd, 2016, Cost U Less joined SCELL, The University of St. Martin’s School of Continuing Education & Life Long Learning’s impressive list of sponsors by donating items for the new SCELL Office located on the 2nd Floor of USM.

Mr. Robert Burnett, General Manager of Cost U Less stated: “On behalf of Cost U Less we are pleased to donate a printer, coffee machine, flat screen tv and microwave and contribute to the School of Continuing Education & Life-Long Learning!

Cost U Less believes that Education is the key to success and believe that SCELL is doing a fantastic job in the community helping people understand how valuable Education truly is St. Maarten.”

Since the opening of the new school in August 2015, SCELL has established business relationships with multiple companies, Windward Islands Banks, LTD was the first sponsor and so many other business followed suit impressively.

SCELL’s primary goal is to provide customized training, coaching and mentoring to organizations that directly change the performance of the St. Maarten workforce.

When employees are educated on the importance of customer service excellence, professional accountability and the keys to effectively managing and supervising work teams organizations strive. That is the SCELL philosophy, says Gittens.  

Dr. Gittens, the Director of SCELL stated: The overwhelming support that SCELL has received since August 1 is both impressive and outstanding. My team and I are committed to changing St. Maarten and building Human Capital throughout the island.

Our mission is to help organizations place a consistent value on their employees and their education and provide them with the training they need to be successful in their diverse professional roles.

Most importantly, we want businesses to encourage their employees to pursue degree programs at the University of St. Martin and The University of the Virgin Islands at USM this January 2015 and in the Fall of August 2016.

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