|Smythe Institute Turns 11 Today|
|Published on May 21, 2010||Email To Friend Print Version
The Smythe Institute of Management and Technology (SIMT) will today observe its 11th anniversary, after years of providing quality education to the public.
This is the first time the institution is officially observing its founding anniversary, with string of activities organized, according to its co-founder and President Richmond S. Anderson.
Activities include a parade commencing from the college’s 16th Street campus to Cellcom’s headquarters on the Capitol Bye-Pass, honoring of individuals who have contributed to the success of the college and a fundraiser to construct a new campus in Gbengba’s Town (Robertfield Highway), among others.
Founded in 1999 to train Liberian youths affected by the civil war, SIMT is a middle-level technocrat institution providing education for national reconstruction.
It offers Associate Degrees in the fields of Humanities, Business, General Administration, Science & Technology and Health sciences.
SIMT has produces hundreds of products who and excellently contributing to the country’s development in their respective field of studies.