DSC gets a clean up

DSC student at work during the clean up exercise

The Stock Farm campus of the Dominica State College (DSC) is now cleaner thanks to the efforts of the DSC College Ambassadors.

Last week they organized a “Keep Our Campus Clean” day and with the help of volunteer students and faculty advisers Taihisa Hill and Joel Challenger, spent the day picking up trash, bagging them, pulling out shrubs and cleaning all of the open spaces on the campus, as well as sweeping, mopping and cleaning the windows of the classrooms.

DSC College Ambassadors are a group of student leaders who have an interest in making their college an institution of distinction in the region. They were selected amongst the student body and work with faculty and administration in hosting events, planning activities, and representing the DSC on and off campus.

President of the College, Dr Donald Peters, is enthusiastic about the group. “We welcome the students’ interest and enthusiasm in serving the college community. In today’s world the students who engage in co-curricula activities on campus gain the kind of leadership and organizing skills that gives them an advantage when they join the work force,” he said.

At DSC there are many active student organizations including The Student Government Association, Christian Club, Chess Club, Cosmetology Club, Culventure Club, Journalism Club, and Literary and Debating Society. The Ambassadors aim to work with the various on-campus organizations to help make DSC a better organization.

Students who took part in the event

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  1. DSC
    November 7, 2012

    I see me I see me. T’was indeed a great day. Job well done you guys. SO proud of us all. Special thanks to Ms Hill and Mr Challenger. :)

  2. an observer
    November 6, 2012

    i said the same thing about the young lady in orange. just a minutes to take the picture, but the bb ws more important. Any way good job. nice to see when youn people come together and do positive things. god bless you all and continue the good works and make your invironment what it should be, clean, green and beautiful.

  3. November 6, 2012

    Its about time they clean up that place. Great Job guys!!

  4. anonymous
    November 6, 2012

    i see meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee *dancing* :) :) :) :)

    • DSC
      November 7, 2012

      I see you too :lol:

  5. Nicole
    November 6, 2012

    Great job guys ! Tai and Joel the ambassador program is a great initiative. Keep it up.

  6. DSC alumn
    November 6, 2012

    Love to see this. Great Job guys ! Keep it up.

  7. Class of 1987
    November 6, 2012

    Mr. Rupert Sorhaindo when he was the principal of the CDCC now DSC use to enjoy the cooperation of the student body as well.

    We would engage in painting, cleaning, weeding the grass and cleaning our both campuses – at the back of the DGS and the stockfarm campus.

    In those days we never sought fame or glory – we simple did our National Service with pride.

    • Dominican overseas
      November 6, 2012

      Yes we did! Those are some good memories right there. I will never forget Mr Sorhaindo. We used to have these socials on a friday night and after he would ensure that everyone gets home safely, especially the young ladies on his little bus. Nice man! The student body was very active.

  8. evenhanded
    November 6, 2012

    Excellent! Wonderful initiative! Keep it up!

  9. Student
    November 6, 2012

    Follow this link to see more pics: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.509519029066915.123774.499771843374967&type=1

    To learn more about the Dominica State College and the activities of its students, in addition to staying alert to upcoming DSC events,
    Visit. http://www.dsc.dm or
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  10. Reader
    November 6, 2012

    Great job guys!! I admire your prode in your college.

  11. abi
    November 6, 2012

    everyone is smiling for the cam the one in orange in peeping into her bb…………….lol…. great job youngster.

    • Channel 1
      November 6, 2012

      The girl in the orange shirt made me smile dere. You mean to say the blackberry so addictive and controlling, that she couldn’t even take a short break from the phone to take the pic eh or maybe she was receiving an important update on the US elections……. :) :)

      Well done to all the young folks who participated in the activity.

  12. service
    November 6, 2012

    how nice

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