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Margaret Claritt.

Teacher devotes her life to inspiring kids, adults in Wimauma

Retired teacher Margaret Claritt still lives, teaches and volunteers in Wimauma because the rural community in south Hillsborough County continues to face so many challenges that are best addressed with personal dedication and perseverance.

Margaret Claritt.

Maestra dedica su vida a inspirar niños y adultos en Wimauma

Maestra jubilada Margaret Claritt todavía vive, enseña y es voluntaria en Wimauma porque esa comunidad rural en el sur del Condado de Hillsborough sigue enfrentando grandes desafíos y para encontrar respuestas se requiere dedicación y perseverancia personal.

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Sarasota scholar helps make ancient history accessible through modern technology

A Sarasota academic and historian hops across time zones and plugs into the cloud wherever he goes, diving deep into ancient history to keep the past alive for modern scholars.

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Wimauma students on a path to college education

Students from Wimauma and other lower-income neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay area participate in classes at Berkeley Prep that are designed to prepare them to pursue higher education.

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Estudiantes de Wimauma en camino a la educación universitaria

Estudiantes de Wimauma y otras áreas de bajos ingresos en la bahía de Tampa participan en clases del programa Berkeley Academy diseñadas con la intención de prepararlos para la educación superior.

Delia Garcia, senior liaison, National Education Association, speaks at the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics event at H.C.C. in Ruskin.

Migrant families face familiar hardships in schools

A national White House initiative arrives in Hillsborough County to learn more about the special challenges migrant families face in trying to access education for their children.

Alejandra Ceja, Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics speaks at the event held at H.C.C. in Ruskin.

Familias migrantes hablan sobre retos en escuelas

Una iniciativa nacional de la Casa Blanca llega al Condado de Hillsborough para escuchar sobre los retos que los padres migrantes enfrentan al tratar de involucrarse en la educación de sus hijos.  

Beth-El Farmworker Ministry offers much needed services including worship to the Wimauma community.

Beth-El creates paths to success in Wimauma

Beth-El lights a torch for farmworkers to find their path to success by providing food, clothing, scholarships and guidance.

"I am the vine you are the branches".

Beth-El abre caminos hacia el éxito en Wimauma

Beth-El enciende una antorcha para que trabajadores agrícolas encuentren su camino a una mejor vida al proporcionar alimentos, ropa, becas y orientación.

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Internship program gives USFSP students competitive edge in workforce

Internships with local Tampa Bay companies help University of South Florida St. Petersburg students gain experience, make valuable contacts and “test drive” their future career choices.

Jaya Goswami Rao shares Molekule at the May unveiling.

Introducing the revolution of indoor air purification in a single Molekule

A solar technology expert working at USF has invented an indoor air purification system that can oxidize microscopic pollutants, breaking them down into harmless elements naturally found in air. Research and development is taking place in the Tampa Bay region.

Reuben Pressman founded Check I'm Here in 2014.

Check I'm Here: St. Petersburg entrepreneur raises $1M in angel funding

USFSP graduate and serial entrepreneur Reuben Pressman receives major funding to take his home-grown startup company Check I’m Here to the next level.

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YouthBuild is all about character, hard work and achieving success

YouthBuild, a solutions-oriented government program designed to give struggling teens and 20-somethings extra chances to succeed, engages education, skills and a team of patient professionals who insist on long-term caring relationships with the students.

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Local craft beer industry, scientific passion fuel growth of Florida hops

As experiments to grow hops in Florida find success, demand created by the growing local brew scene may prove to be a boon to the state’s struggling citrus growers.

Adults Brian A. Butler and Woodland Johnson work with students.

How to help kids learn? Community engagement brings success to local K-12 education

What is the solution for helping Florida's schools better educate children? The Council for Education Change encourages collaborative efforts that engage schools, corporate and business leaders, volunteer and parental support though collaborations designed to nurture transformational change.
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