Monday, May 7, 2012


(Haiti Libre) -

The Wesleyan Business and Computer Science School [founded in 1996], recognized as one of the best vocational schools in the city of Petit-Goâve, reopened its doors this Saturday, May 5, 2012, during, an official ceremony; in the presence of personalities from civil society and the banking sector.

This school which has already trained some excellent professionals coming from Léogâne, Miragoâne, Grand-Goâve, Papette, Vialet, and Dufort, returns after two years .... thanks to the determination of Ms. Marie Yvanne Bonne-Annee, the wife of Pastor Nathaniel Bonne-Annee, Director of the Wesleyan school.

Equipped with well furnished rooms and equipped with the latest generation computers, latest application software and an experienced teaching staff, the Wesleyan Business and Computer Science School is unique, and aims to train executives in accounting and computer science.

Speaking in his capacity as master of ceremonies, Reverend Pastor Volsaint Francisque declared "[...] As an educational institution, the idea of ​​being strong must be a constant worry for those responsible. The pursuit of excellence must be one of the fundamental values ​​that the Christian as well as a Christian institution must cultivate," asking God to extend the boundaries of the school's financial resources to enable it to acquire more qualified human resources to help managers to achieve their objective: .... excellence... "God willing, may the boundaries of the school's performance extend throughout the department; that the school be considered as the best computer education institution in the region."

Pastor Nathaniel Bonne-Annee, has for his part, emphasized his message on the importance and usefulness of the computer "[...] Some daily activities require the use of a computer: Internet, GPS, internet cafe, home-banking, e-commerce, music, etc... But also, in the management of a company, a hospital for both financial resources, and for human resources... Our society has, and will increasingly need qualified computer scientists... The computer is part of our daily lives."

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