Advertisement Advertisement Arsenal and Tottenham have been heavily linked with Ceballos (Getty Images)More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAdvertisementAdvertisement‘I don’t want them [Real Madrid] to sell me,’ Ceballos told Onda Cero.‘But I want to enjoy myself and feel important, wherever that may be.‘I have a bit of experience and I believe that next year will be my best year.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterFriday 28 Jun 2019 8:37 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Dani Ceballos has hinted his future could be away from Real Madrid (Getty Images)Dani Ceballos admits he doesn’t want Real Madrid to sell him this summer but has not ruled out the prospect of joining Arsenal or Tottenham on loan.The 22-year-old started only 13 games in La Liga last season and has been heavily linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.Reports in Spain claim that Madrid would be open to a loan deal with both Arsenal and Tottenham heavily linked with a move for the midfielder.Ceballos has been one of Spain’s standout performers during their European Under-21 Championship campaign this month and the midfielder has suggested that he could be leaving Madrid for a temporary spell.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Real Madrid star Dani Ceballos gives hope to Arsenal and Tottenham over summer transfer
The New York Tri-State Chapter of The Bishops’ High School (BHS) Alumni Association is holding its second career guidance student conference at its alma mater in Georgetown, Guyana between October 16 and 19, 2019.The three-day conference, which will be held at the school on Carmichael Street, is titled “After Graduation – What’s Next?” Once again, the event aims to provide the school’s senior students with a unique opportunity to be exposed to a variety of perspectives on career choices, higher education, and vocational opportunities.This year, however, the conference has expanded both in scope and reach. Alumni Chapter President Wayne Knight notes that this year the group has targeted Fifth Form students in addition to the sixth formers, the original beneficiaries of this opportunity.“As we are cognisant that students tend to leave high school after either Fifth or Sixth Form, we wanted to make sure that regardless of when they opt to leave, we would have the chance to interact with them in a meaningful way in terms of professional guidance,” the Alumni President explained.The conference will host for the first time a career fair and three sports clinics.“We invited businesses to our career fair, where they will have the opportunity to speak with students and showcase their businesses, while also showing the students what career opportunities might be available to them in their organisations. Our association will also be providing the school with sports equipment that we will utilise as we have also added sports clinics in table tennis, badminton and basketball,” Chapter President Knight related.Students will take part in a teambuilding event and will also gain skills in CV writing and interview preparation.The conference will begin on Wednesday, October 16 with a Welcome Assembly and registration of the students. The highlight of that day will be the Career Fair and the first sports clinic that will be held at 13:00h and 15:30h respectively.The main events will be held on Thursday, October 17 and Friday, October 18 with concurrent presentations and workshops daily featuring 37 presenters representing a wide variety of fields of study from entrepreneurship, law, IT, medicine, culinary arts, and engineering to new areas including veterinary medicine and agriculture, energy, alcoholism and substance abuse counselling, and real estate and asset management services, to name a few.“We hope that by providing the students with information and some of our own experiences, they will be better equipped in making decisions about their careers. We also hope in some cases to show them career paths that they may not have thought about as viable options,” said Knight.“We will be providing information about traditional and non-traditional careers, as well as many life skills that they will hopefully be able to start to cultivate now, and then continue to develop in the future. I also hope that the conference will open their eyes to the broad spectrum of opportunities available to them,” said Chair of the Conference Planning Committee, Jo-Ann Davis-Valz. A former Head Girl of The Bishops’ High School, Davis-Valz says she is excited to be able to give back to the school that has been so pivotal in her own development.“I am especially looking forward to meeting the other presenters as an extension of the “true comrade and true friend” relationship as reflected in the school motto.”Current Headteacher of The Bishops’ High School, Marilyn Gibson, in looking forward to the event, said she hoped students would use the guidance given to be better able to decide where they would like to be in the next five years.“Strive to be a (well) rounded person not just an academic student,” she advised. The Headmistress hopes that Communications, History and Foreign Languages will be among the career paths represented in the future.