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STEM Carib Conference
October 10-13, 2017

What is STEM?

S - Science
T - Technology
E - Engineering
M - Mathematics

STEM is a term that has become increasingly popular in education when referring to this group of topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). A solid STEM foundation is not only a foot in the door of the world’s fastest growing job market, but has become crucial for the future success of all students.





Thank you to our Media Partners for supporting STEM Caricb 2016:

Cayman Compass

Established in 1965, Cayman Compass is only one of a handful of companies that saw the potential of starting up a business in the 1960s, shortly after Jamaica declared her independence from the United Kingdom, while the Cayman Islands chose to stay with the Mother Country. While the newspapers of 40-45 years ago could have been considered a public service, readers and advertisers have realised throughout the years that Cayman Compass is a vital part of the country, being the watchdog of government when necessary through their three newspapers, bolstering the financial, tourism and local industries with their publications and offering first-rate, professional commercial job printing through Precision Print.

Cayman News Service

Cayman Islands online news, publishing news from Cayman Island throughout the day as it develops. Free Classifieds, public forum, reader comments.


The official television channel of the Cayman Islands Government. Its mission is to disseminate accurate and useful CI Government news.

dms Broadcasting

dms Broadcasting, "the most POWERFUL name in broadcasting", is a conglomerate of four radio stations: 96.5 CAYROCK, HOT 104.1, 106.1 KISS FM, and X107.1.

96.5 CAYROCK, 'All Things Rock!', plays the best of rock, from the old classics to the most popular hits of today. HOT 104.1, 'Your Music, Your Station', plays an eclectic mix of Reggae, Soca, and Calypso music. 106.1 KISS FM, 'The Best Variety of Yesterday & Today', plays current adult music and the top requested gold tracks from 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. X107.1, 'Sounds Different', plays today's best contemporary and alternative hits.

Hurley’s Media

Since 1992, Cayman 27 has provided the Cayman Islands with news, sports and entertainment. Over the years, we have proven we are committed to delivering reliable, truthful, and unbiased news. Our team, headed up by Caribbean journalist Tammi Sulliman, is responsible for producing Cayman 27 News, Cayman 27 Today, Daybreak and a variety of local talk shows.

Founded by Randy Merren in 1992, Hurley's Entertainment owns two radio stations: Rooster 101 (101.9 FM) and Z99 (99.9 FM). Rooster 101 airs a country music format and is best known for its morning talk show, Cayman Crosstalk, that keeps the public informed, educated and enlightened on all issues that affect everyone who calls Cayman home.

Z99 was the first commercial radio station in the Cayman Islands and airs a Contemporary Hit Radio music format.

In 2015, the Hurley's Media Group of Companies announced that it will further expand its media broadcasting reach with the purchase of Vibe 98.8FM and Spin 94.9FM.

Radio Cayman

Radio Cayman is the "Community's Station" and provides extensive coverage of national events, such as the Queen's Birthday Parade in June, Pirates Week Festival activities in October, the Remembrance Day Service in November and other community activities including rebroadcast of the proceedings in the Legislative Assembly when the House is in session.

The station's first broadcast was during Easter of 1976, but the official broadcast began on 12 December 1976. Thirty five years later, it remains one of the Cayman Islands' most respected stations.

In the 1980s Radio Cayman started providing the Cayman Islands with a choice of two services, Radio Cayman One and BreezeFM 89.9 and 105.3FM on Grand Cayman and 91.9 and 93.9FM on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

Star FM

Established in 2011, Star 92.7 FM is Cayman's newest radio station. It is committed to delivering premium content.

Cayman Reporter

The Cayman Reporter (TCR) is the Cayman Islands newest source for news and information. TCR was started in January 2014 and considers itself a news organisation that focuses on community and getting news to people on their medium of choice.

The Cayman Reporter is multi-faceted in its approach to disseminating news which is primarily over digital, mobile and print media.

News coverage is broad with a heavy focus on local and community concerns and events. TCR's primary areas of news coverage are local news, sports, business, entertainment, health and commentary.

The Cayman Reporter provides daily news and information over its website and mobile apps, which are available on the App Store and Google Play as a free download.

TCR also publishes a daily print newspaper (The Cayman Reporter) comprising of local news and a classified section. The newspaper is widely distributed throughout the country and is free of cost to the general public .








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