CARIBBEAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. (CEF)
151 Tremont Street, 1st Floor, No.334
Boston, MA 02111
Ansprechpartner: Nikiki Bogle
The CARIBBEAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION, INC. (CEF) is a registered nonprofit organization in the United States, dedicated to helping poor children receive meaningful access to quality education in the Caribbean.
CEF is dedicated to the social and economic advancement of Jamaica, the Caribbean and developing world through a community-based approach to enlarge youths access to quality education.
CEF is committed to providing a solid education base for all children who are in financial need, particularly the underprivileged in urban and rural areas of Jamaica, the Caribbean and developing world. We believe educated persons are the most powerful assets for transforming the intellectual capital, economy and civil life in Jamaica, the Caribbean and developing world.
We emphasize collaboration and partnership with local communities to create meaningful entry to education for underprivileged children.
A solid foundation in education will expand childrens opportunities so they may reach their full potential as unique human beings and create an improved and sustainable quality of life in the Caribbean and developing nations.
The Caribbean Education Foundation is established on the principles in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, UN Declaration of Human Rights. CEF believes education is the cornerstone to choice and opportunity for all people.
CEF operates the following programs to meet its mission.
• Scholarship Program: Grants are awarded at the following academic levels: Basic School; Primary School; High School; University, including: Music School; Sustaining Scholarships; Employment Internships
• Mentoring Program: For ongoing support of CEF scholars
• Computer Literacy Program: To assist schools in obtaining computers for classroom instruction
CEF awards scholarships to children who are unable to attend school, because families are unable to pay school fees and other required school related costs. Our Student Scholarships pay school fees, purchase text books, school supplies, uniforms, meals and transportation.
Nikiki Bogle is President, CEO and Founder of the Caribbean Education Foundation (CEF).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.