My name is Dwight Allen. I was born on December 30, 1993 at the Annotto Bay Hospital, St. Mary. I am the first child of three siblings, and the first to enroll in a college. I am a graduate of the St. Mary Technical High where I develop the love for agriculture. My favorite subject at high school was Food and Nutrition and Agriculture Science. I am now a second year student at THE College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) where I am pursing a Bachelor Degree in Agriculture Education. I hail from the parish of St. Mary where banana is a well established crop for marketing. I have taken the interest in observing what I learnt at CASE and help farmer to improve their yield. I am a well rounded individual who is passionate about what I do and what I stand for. I am self motivated, hard working, dedicated and helpful. I love to socialized, taking on challenges and spending my extra time having fun. I am a member of the executive body of the Maths and 4-H Clubs at the CASE. Upon graduating CASE I want to make a change in Jamaica starting with the efficiency in the agriculture sector and to motivate farmers to produce for their country.
Nataney Morris is a second year student enrolled in the Bachelors of Agricultural Education Programme. She is a graduate of the Knockalva Agricultural School and Green Island High School. She is a discipline and active student who was awarded six awards for the most outstanding student in different subject areas and “The Spirit of Knockalva Award”. Nataney hails from the parish of Hanover; she describes herself as a discipline, self-motivated and enthusiastic individual and has an ambition to be an Agricultural Science Teacher and an Educator upon completing her Bachelor’s Degree in 2016. “Success comes in cans, not in cannot. Balance is what keeps me on my feet instead of my face” with this philosophy I aspired to be the best at what I do and to make this noble institution and myself proud. -Nataney