Computer program to help DMR
A group of young, excited and innovative program designers of the Information Technology Program at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College Technical and Vocational Division under the tutelage of Dr. Ricardo Neil approached the Department of Marine Resources to create a program to assist with streamlining procedures. The group of namely; Jamal Caesar, Rae Browne, Kelesha Berty, Josiah Bradley and Shaquille Carey met with the DMR to outline the implementation plans.
Mr Marc Williams, Director, commented, “I am pleased with this new venture, it will no doubt increase the efficiency of the Department and place the DMR in a position to better serve fishers and other stakeholders. This is also a strategic way to introduce the fishery industry to younger persons who will see it as a feasible and viable career choice. Becoming a fisher is not the only job in this industry, we have just explored fisheries software designers”.
Jamal Caesar, Rae Browne, Kelesha Berty, Josiah Bradley (Shaquille Carey not pictured)