“The societies that make education their highest priority on the road to development are more resilient in terms of their emotional well-being and prosperity, making these societies fairer and more peaceful in accordance with the UN Millennium Development Goals” , Master José Alejandro Aybar Martín, Chairman of the Board of UNICARIBE COLLEGE
Miami Florida. – The Master José Alejandro Aybar Martín, President of the Board of UNICARIBE COLLEGE and Rector as well as the University of the Caribbean (UNICARIBE) in the Dominican Republic, presided over the II graduation of the educational institution in Miami where students of different nationalities received degrees of College Credit Certificate in Political Science.
During the solemn act held in the UNICARIBE COLLEGE Activities Room, when delivering the order speech, before the faculty, academic authorities, invited diplomatic corps and personalities representing the broad Hispanic community in Florida, Aybar Martín, exhorted the graduates “to continue in their academic preparation”, for which he said “always our doors will be open.”. He thanked everyone who chose UNICARIBE COLLEGE to complete their training. “We are honored to have them in our classrooms,” he said.
“The societies that make education their highest priority on the road to development are more resilient in terms of their emotional well-being and prosperity, making these societies fairer and more peaceful in accordance with the UN Millennium Development Goals” , recalled Aybar Martín, who was accompanied at the main table of his Executive Assistant and wife the Licda. Shahily Pimentel de Aybar and the professors, doctor Emperador Pérez y Pérez, academic vice-rector, the teacher Santiago Nuñez, director of the Registry, Yen Fatule, director of Admissions, among other authorities.
Among the graduates who received the corresponding degrees after having completed the curriculum in the Political Science Certificate and in accordance with the educational laws of the State of Florida, include Nakaryd Polanco, (Venezuelan), Elizabeth Rodríguez (Puerto Rican), France G. Maldonado , (Honduran), Soraya Aguasviva, Santiago Nunez, Cosme Ezequiel Perez, (graduate of honor), Jesus M. Rojas Hilario, Jose Rosario, Rose Mary Santana, and America Schroh Tavarez, (Dominicans).
The speech of honor corresponded to Cosme Ezequiel Pérez, spoke on behalf of the group of students after having reached the highest academic index. In it, he thanked UNICARIBE COLLEGE, his teachers and his classmate Rose Mary Santana, for helping him fulfill his dream of receiving this degree from a university in Florida. “
He valued the knowledge acquired and also urged Hispanics to “prepare themselves in the educational field by taking advantage of the academic offers of the institution.” He was accompanied by his wife, Estela Wins Pérez. All his colleagues highlighted his efforts to complete the degree, since he traveled every Saturday to receive teaching from the city of Naples to Miami in Florida.
He began formally with the glorious notes of the Hymn of the United States of America. Previously, the graduates paraded jubilant on the blue carpet, symbol of peace, placed in the room where the solemn ceremony was held.
The Deputy Consul General of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay in Miami, Mrs. María Lucía Trucillo, the last consul of the Dominican Republic, Amaury Ríos, Damaris Díaz and Rubén Darío Morel, head of the headquarters business and who represented the Consul General participated. In addition, Alina Gómez, adviser to the institution, Patricio Moreno, prominent Dominican-American politician, Enrique Sarubbi, of the Consulate General, Pedro Díaz Ballester, president of the Dominican-American Chamber of Commerce in Florida, among others.
Master Aybar at the close of the ceremony reiterated his commitment to work for the educational development of Hispanics residing in the United States and specifically in Florida, with the understanding that they can continue to be useful and productive entities in their different nations and contribute in addition with the growth of this great country that has welcomed us all.
He then invited the attendees to the toast as a celebration for the efforts of the graduates, who joined hugs and congratulations with members of the Venezuelan, Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dominican, Honduran and other communities that were participating in the ceremony.