At Eighteen years old Venessa Miller has decided that she will become an Agriculturist and with $100,000 in her pocket from Digicel she is well on her way. Miller, who abandoned her hometown in St. Ann to pursue a career in Agriculture at Ebony Park HEART Academy in Clarendon, simply topped up online at www.digiceljamaica.com to emerge the grand prize winner in Digicel’s back-to-school promotion. Currently a Level 2 student at the Academy, Miller is already planning for Level 3. She said “I feel excited about winning this prize because I can put away my tuition for Level 3 from now. I chose to study agriculture because I have a passion for it and I am happy that I can further this passion by moving on to Level 3.” Commenting on Jamaica’s import/export culture, the 18 year old agriculture student went further to say, “I am passionate about Agriculture because I think it can help Jamaica’s economy. We import a lot from other countries and if we start producing more we can benefit more from export revenue. ” Miller, who grows yam, sweet potato and cabbage in her back yard, is hoping to further her passion in agriculture by studying at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) after completing her studies at HEART. Neil Lawrence, Digicel’s diaspora manager sees Miller’s success as good news for Jamaica. He said, “It is comforting to see that a youngster is in tuned with what is happening in the country and has taken a career path to help the nation economically. Miller’s success in the promotion is great for Jamaica as she can study further in a field that will undoubtedly help the country move forward.” Digicel’s back-to-school promotion was launched in early July and has seen over 7 Digicel customers winning $20,000 in weekly prizes in the promotion, culminating with Miller winning the grand prize. Customers simply had to top up online at www.digiceljamaica.com with $1500 or more to qualify to win in the promotion.