EDO, Noble, MATPAL in new scholarship partnership for Guyanese cadet officers 

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El Dorado Offshore (EDO), Noble Corporation, and MATPAL have started a new scholarship program for six Guyanese cadet officers, EDO said in a May 30 release. 

The Ramps Logistics subsidiary did not state the nature of the awards. However, it said the collaboration addresses the growing need for skilled professionals in the nation’s growing maritime sector.

On May 15, EDO hosted an award dinner to celebrate the recipients. 

“This initiative reflects a shared commitment to capacity building within Guyana’s maritime industry… These scholarships empower the next generation of leaders to navigate the exciting opportunities that lie ahead,” said Thalia Wilson, Senior Human Resource and Engagement Officer for El Dorado Offshore. 

EDO said the scholarship program is expected to address skill gaps in navigation, marine engineering, and offshore operations. 

Prior, Noble granted scholarships to two Guyanese nationals to study Maritime Transportation at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy.  

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