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BLUE Ocean Film Festival: Whales, oil spills & oceans at risk

The international Blue Ocean Film Festival comes to St. Petersburg November 10-13, bringing thought-provoking films, conversations and photography that raise the alarm about the health of our oceans and the planet.

Looking to make a fresh start in the new year? Upcoming job fairs may provide your chance

Local winter job fairs offer variety of positions throughout the Tampa Bay area. 

La Esperanza organizes free health fair for Wimauma residents

La Esperanza health clinic will offer free health exams for Wimauma residents at its health fair this Saturday, Nov. 5th.

La Esperanza organiza feria de salud gratis para residentes de Wimauma

La Clínica la Esperanza ofrecerá exámenes de salud gratis para los residentes de Wimauma en su feria de salud este sábado, 5 de noviembre de 10 de la mañana a 2 de la tarde.

USF celebrates record year for cultivating startups, new products

USF enjoys a 12-percent increase in startups and license and option agreements this fiscal year over last. The university has helped create nine new startups, and executed over 110 license and option agreements leading to its place among the top 10 nationally recognized public universities for generating new inventions. 

Johnson & Johnson new Tampa operations center opens, actively recruits

Johnson & Johnson opens its doors to its North American Global Services Center. Over 500 jobs will be created by 2020 as a result of the operation center's opening. 

USF's mobile Alzheimer's unit brings trials, medications to community

USF Health's Byrd Alzheimer's Mobile Research Suite brings clinical trials and medications to patients showing signs of memory loss. 

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? October job news roundup

Healthcare, banking and engineering are just a few of the fields that are seeking qualified candidates in this month's job hiring roundup from 83 Degrees.

Tampa startup to market fitness wearable to professional athletes

LiftSync is a startup created by University of Tampa students. The high-tech wearable device helps professional athletes track fitness progress and avoid injury in the weight room. 

National stroke awareness group honors local marketing campaign for innovation, creativity

More proof that innovation often occurs at the intersection of arts and technology emerges in a local marketing campaign that takes a serious health message about strokes to millennials via a popular hiphop artist.

Engineering firm in Tampa adding 5 new positions

VHB, an  engineering firm in Tampa is gearing up to create five new jobs in the next year. The firm, which specializes in creating thriving, walkable and sustainable communities is recruiting engineers for related positions. 

Moffitt chosen to be site of cell therapy studies, latest treatment in cancer

Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa chosen by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute as a research facility for cell therapy. This emerging science could be a game-changer when it comes to treating cancer.

MOSI collaboration aims to enrich experience for those on autism spectrum

MOSI in collaboration with Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay (BCOTB) plans to make changes to the museum, including signage that includes sensory information and rearranging exhibits allowing guests to bypass sections that could cause overstimulation in those on the autism spectrum. 

NY luxury fitness company expands to Tampa, estimates 400 new jobs

Blink Fitness, which has over 50 locations in the New York metro area, is expanding into the Tampa region. Owner Todd Magazine anticipates opening up to 20 gyms, creating up to 400 jobs. 

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? July hiring roundup

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? This 83 Degrees Job News roundup for July features growing companies looking to fill new and existing positions in the Tampa Bay region.
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