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For Good: Clearwater-based social enterprise helps immigrants gain financial literacy

Tampa Bay is one of the top 25 destinations in the U.S. for new immigrants from around the world. Project Prosper teaches them how navigate the often-complicated world of finance, banking and credit.

Jose Simulus explains how Launchcode, a non-profit is helping him transition into a career of tech.

Launchcode: Tech students share hopes, dreams at networking event

Students in a free coding class offered in Tampa by the nonprofit Launchcode are preparing themselves for jobs of the future. 

Diane Cortes with her step-son Kevin Estrada who left Puerto Rico for Tampa due to Hurricane Maria.

New year, fresh start: Puerto Ricans moving to Tampa Bay Area

Hundreds of Puerto Ricans are rebuilding their lives in the Tampa Bay Area post-Hurricane Maria. Meet a few who now call Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, and other local communities home. 

Daniels Ikajevs, and Simee Adhikari, co-founders of The Ring in Clearwater.

Uniquely designed co-working space emerges in downtown Clearwater

The Ring, designed as a healthy indoor space aiming for WELL certification, is creating spatial support for entrepreneurs as part of downtown Clearwater’s revitalization.

Ken Leung and Ben Faehn learn to program a robot from Professor Ron Smith at HCC.

Future jobs in the Tampa Bay Area: Prepare for change driven by robots, tech, etc.

Technological advances are changing the way we live, work and play. Here’s what you need to know to proactively plan for your future in Florida and elsewhere.

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Tampa Bay Area thought leaders share what they anticipate most in 2018

Find out what's on the minds of local thought leaders at the start of the new year, and what it could mean for you.

Jennifer Collins at USF

What will climate change mean for Florida?

Learn from local experts, including Charles Paxton of the National Weather Service and USF Professor Jennifer Collins, co-authors of "Florida Weather and Climate: More Than Just Sunshine.''

Architect Paul Westlake

Q&A: Principal Architect Paul Westlake, Tampa Theatre restoration

If money was unlimited, what would the architect leading the restoration of Tampa Theatre propose doing? Learn more in an exclusive Q&A with 83 Degrees.

Kelsey Burgess and Jonathan Manigo assist TBTI companies and greet visitors.

USF Connect: Bridging academia and tech business

Starting an innovative business? Want to build a relationship with a university? Explore opportunities with USF Connect in the USF Research Park.

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Looking for a unique holiday gift? Give a shared experience

Meet a few makers and maker spaces where you can find something special for the holidays or take a family member or friend for the gift of shared experiences.

Color St. Pete at the Arts Conservatory for Teens to encourage local and global unity.

For Good: Arts Conservatory for Teens changes lives forever

If all the world’s a stage, the nonprofit Arts Conservatory for Teens prepares St. Petersburg youth to take it by storm.

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For Good: Tampa community raises funds for Southeastern Guide Dogs

A popular annual fundraiser at the JC Newman Cigar Company in Ybor City raises awareness and funding for the Southeastern Guide Dogs based in Palmetto.

 Joe Robinson discusses key areas in West Tampa to showcase for redevelopment.

West Tampa residents key to shaping future of neighborhood

City of Tampa officials, consultants and local residents work together to shape the future of West Tampa by sharing strategic ideas on community redevelopment. Learn more.

(L-R) Maria Gibbs, Scott Hutterman, Dr., Loren Murfield, and Jared Kohn at 1 Million Cups in Tampa.

1 Million Cups: Meet local doers tackling opportunities in the global marketplace

Pitch your business concept and get constructive criticism among friends and neighbors at 1 Million Cups Tampa.

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Bookstore trend: 321 Books opens brick-and-mortar store to take on Amazon

The independent book company’s unique business model finds success at Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg.
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