Kids in Orbit are looking for a beginner web designer to work on creating an exciting kids astronomy website. The website will be subscription based with partial free content available while majority available by monthly subscription.
Site will need to be very visually stimulating and targeted for kids between the ages of 8-11. Candidates will be asked to submit one or more design concepts and the favourite design/designer will be chosen to take on the project. A trial period will be set to see if the candidate can continue to mirror the desired expectations of the project.
Contact: Mark Gladwish
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MCAST Institute of Information & Communication Technology organized a one-day boot camp hosting two schools, Mater Boni Consilli Paola students, and San Benedittu Kirkop students. The Boot Camp was organized by Mr. Silvio Nocilla, Mr. Paul Pulis and with the help of Ms. Daniela Zerafa Education Officer for MATSEC IT VET. Four Students reading an Advanced Diploma in IT at level 4 where involved to support form 2 students during their boot camp exercise. Mandy Cortis, Leon Piscopo, Neil Delia and Ramon Falzon did a very good peer tutoring job helping the students to complete their web design exercise during the boot camp day. Dr. Mario Cardona Head of Technical College, Mr. Conrad Vassallo Director for ICT and Mr. Silvio Nocilla DDPM for the ICT Technical College presented a certificate award to the students for the excellent work done by assisting the students during the boot camp event.
You are invited to enjoy a complementary professional ballet performance by America’s Premier Christian Ballet Company – The Prodigal Son on 17 May 2018 at 12.15 MCAST Theatre Campus Paola.
Students attending the performance will be excused for the 5th lesson.
This morning MCAST organized a series of activities to celebrate Diversity Day and Europe Day. The events were held at the MCAST Piazatta, MCAST Main Campus, Paola.
There are presently over 60 different nationalities represented at MCAST and most participated in the activities organised to promote and celebrate this diversity. Events included music and dance, cultural presentations as well as various sports activities including a football tournament, Judo Self-Defence Practi…ce, Ninja Demonstration and a Tug-of-War. The Malta Fire Brigade, the Armed Forces of Malta were also present and held demonstrations. Students hailing from the Electronics Engineering programmes of study displayed electronic engineering projects.
Several stalls were also set up in the MCAST Students’ House whereby students presented different crafts and traditional exhibitions from around the world. Visitors had the opportunity to taste traditional food from different countries as well as view students in traditional costumes.
H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, The President of Malta visited the event and met up with different nationality MCAST students.