Mona School of Business and Management: Orientation Day

I had orientation a few days again. It was held in the very same Faculty of Law building I made a declaration a year ago that, “I see myself here”. As I sat down by the quadrangle inside the building looking up at the sky, I feel that this is where I’m supposed to be. Although I expected to pursue a degree in law and not business, just being in Jamaica on this beautiful campus makes me think it does’t matter which graduate program I’m taking. It is surreal that I spoke something out into the universe, and God made my desire a reality. The orientation lasted approximately two hours. They briefed us on the important elements of the program, they welcomed us and made it clear that we are the best of the best. And this program is the best in Jamaica. It is approved by the Association of MBA and as they say, only 2% of schools have this approval. In other words, I should be proud to be here.

I see the schedule  and there is little breaks in it. So from May to August it will be intensive.


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Shauna-Kay Cassell

I was born in Jamaica and have been residing in Canada for over 20 years. I graduated with Honours Bachelor of Arts degree at University of Toronto, a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration at Seneca College, and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at the University of the West Indies, Mona. I've worked for the former Ministry of Children ad Youth Services (now the Ministry of Children, Community, and Social Services). Now I'm a Court and Client Representative for the Ministry of the Attorney General. In my spare time, I write press releases, blogs, and news articles for different organizations, including my own website. I write about experiences about travelling, social justice issues, relationship and spirituality. Visit me at

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