Innovation + Job News
Partners in SPARK include the city of Clearwater’s Economic Development and Housing Department, Clearwater Public Library, Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce, Florida Small Business Development Center of Pinellas County and Technical Arts Facility for Innovation and Entrepreneurship or TAFFIE.
The third annual MUSE awards recognizing local creative accomplishments in arts and culture will take place at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg.
Hillsborough Community College has been selected as a partner of nonprofit Veterans Florida to provide a free entrepreneurship and business training program to veterans or active duty military who live in Florida or plan to move to the state to open a business.
“The world is facing increasing challenges from issues such as climate change, ocean acidification, nitrogen and phosphorous overload, changing land use patterns, threats to our water supply, chemical pollution, and more,” says David Randle of USF's Patel College. “These changes, while not always on the radar of the average Tampa resident, are changes that will impact us all.”
Sunstar Paramedics, the Pinellas County emergency medical service provider, hiring for EMT positions in early 2016 and offering five-year bonus of $35,000.
A UT student team is heading to a regional round of competition in spring 2016, where they will compete for a chance to win $1 million against teams around the globe.
Upcoming Tampa Bay area job fairs in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota during winter 2015 and early winter 2016 include local schools and USFSP, along with a commercial roofing company and a security business in Tampa.
Google is among those hiring for part- and full-time positions in the December 2015 83 Degrees job news roundup.
The Telling Project is designed to help communicate the stories of U.S. military veterans, who now make up less than 1 percent of the population.
A “Public Pollock” collaborative art project invites people “of all ages and skill levels” to apply paint.
Find a new career by the end of the year. Here's who's hiring in Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg in November 2015.
USF alumni are wanted for a new program, Shadow-A-Bull. USF students will shadow USF alumni and gain industry experience through the free program.
The internationally acclaimed Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists will be hosted by St. Petersburg-based World Partnerships, Inc. The seven-day event brings together 100 journalists from more than 80 countries.
“Consider Water” debutes in Tampa at Hillsborough County Community College (HCC) Mainstage Theatre in Ybor City October 30-31 at 7:30 p.m.
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is hosting a career fair from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., with seminars beginning at 8:30 a.m. on October 29 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida,