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Job openings for skilled trades instructors
Thursday, 07 July 2016 16:14

Philip Randolph Academies of Technology in Jacksonville, FL is hiring instructor for the fall: CTE Industry Certified Teachers - Plumbing, HVAC, Welding, Fire and Safety, Cosmetology, Electrician, and Carpentry

Apply online at: https://duvaljobs.duvalschools.org/

 
Leadership for Women - UNF Workshop
Thursday, 02 June 2016 16:17
The Merriam-Webster simple definition of leadership is: the power or ability to lead other people. The full definition of leadership as capacity to lead. Yet according to The State of Women in Florida report produced by the Center for American Progress Action Fund women hold only 38.7 percent of the managerial jobs in Florida, despite making up 52 percent of the state's population.

This four-hour workshop is designed by women and for women, in order to develop the leadership skills of women who aspire to greater success when leading others.

More information at: http://www.campusce.net/unf/Course/Course.aspx?c=925#.VyzvUmZLFF8

 
GE Foundation Invitation
Monday, 25 April 2016 18:39

GE Foundation's Developing Health Event

You are invited...GE Foundation will announce a partnership with the Jacksonville community.

GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt will be attending as well as GE’s Board of Directors, Mayor Lenny Curry and other community representatives and the press.  The event is being held on Tuesday, April 26, beginning at 9:00am promptly, so individuals interested in attending should arrive by 8:45am.  The event is Business Dress Attire.

The event is being held at:

Legends Center
5130 Soutel Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32208

Click here to sign up.

GE Foundation will be announcing a significant investment to the Jacksonville Community focused on cardiovascular disease.  Program will screen 10,000 residents for the disease and other chronic conditions over two years.  They will also announce the local grant recipient who they will partner with in Jacksonville to  run the large-scale screenings and other events at community-based organizations.

The grant adds to GE’s existing investment in Jacksonville.  GE has 1,300 employees and operations across various business units in Jacksonville and recently opened a $75 million GE Oil & Gas advanced manufacturing facility in the city’s west side.

 
Workers’ Memorial Day On April 27
Monday, 25 April 2016 14:34

Deputy Assistant Secretary Of Labor Jordan Barab To Highlight List Of VIP Speakers At Workers’ Memorial Day On April 27

Honoring Those Who Have Lost Their Lives In The Work Environment in 2015

Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor Jordan Barab will highlight a list of VIP speakers at the annual Workers’ Memorial Day to honor those workers who lost their lives in the work environment in 2015 at an event that will be held at 10:00 a.m. on April 27 at the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Downtown Campus Auditorium at 101 West State Street.

The ceremony will feature a military honor guard with a reading of the names of those lives lost, including the Sea Star Lines Crew of El Faro, followed by a moment of silence.

Florida State Representative and president of the First Coast Manufacturers Association (FCMA) Lake Ray will introduce speakers, who include, in addition to Barab,

-          Brian Sturtecky, OSHA’s Jacksonville Area Office Director

-          Dr. Charles Moreland, Mayor’s Office

-          Gary Hollis, Governor’s Jacksonville Office.

The event is a joint project by safety partners in Jacksonville that include the Northeast Florida Safety Council, FCMA, the American Society of Safety Engineers, Florida State College at Jacksonville and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

The event is free to the public. For more information on the event, contact the Northeast Florida Safety Council at (904) 399-3119.

 
Clay County Water Summit
Thursday, 24 March 2016 15:19

The Clay County Chamer is hosting a Water Summit with the key players that impact water policy/permitting on Mar 30.

The Panel Will Discuss Topics Such As:

  • What local water issues are we facing today?
  • What is water's impact on our quality of life (as recently documented in the Chamber Foundation 2015 QOL Progress Report)?
  • How will population growth impact our water supply?
  • How will water policies impact business and economic development?
  • How viable are alternative water supplies and conservation in meeting future needs?
  • How will the legislature and other government entities promote regional water solutions?

 

Click here for more information.

 
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