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WorkForce One Employment Solutions hosting ‘Paychecks for Patriots’ a free hiring fair for veterans, their spouses and eligible dependents

WorkForce One Employment Solutions hosting ‘Paychecks for Patriots’ a free hiring fair for veterans, their spouses and eligible dependents By Thomas Pennavania      Fort Lauderdale, FL –   Together with Broward County’s military and veteran community, Mission United, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, the Florida National Guard, Florida Department of Veterans Affairs, and with the support of Fl ...

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Big Hats & Bow Ties Jazz Luncheon

The Broward County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. celebrated, with class and style, its first Big Hats and Bow Ties Jazz Luncheon ...

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BCPS Partners with innovations for learning to improve student literacy

new literacy program that harnesses the power of teachers, tutors, and technology to deliver classroom instruction ...

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NASA awards Cypress Bay High Team $5000 grand prize for Space Settlement Design Project

A six-student team from Cypress Bay High School in Weston won the $5,000 Grand Prize in the 2013 NASA Ames Space Settlement Design Contest ...

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Incepture hiring bilingual (English-Haitian/Creole and English-Spanish) insurance customer service associates at Miami Job Fair

Incepture hiring bilingual (English-Haitian/Creole and English-Spanish) insurance customer service associates at Miami Job Fair      MIAMI, FL – Florida staffing agency Incepture is hosting a job fair on Monday, May 6 to hire a number of bilingual customer service associates for a large Florida-based health insurance company.      The staffing agency will host an open house to meet potential candidates Mond ...

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Highly active antiretroviral therapies may be cardioprotective in HIV-infected children, teens By MedicaHighly active antiretroviral therapies may be cardioprotective in HIV-infected children, teens By Medical News Today Long-term use of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) does not appear to be associated with impaired heart function in children and adolescents in a study that sought to determine ...

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‘One More Day’: Eddie Robinson and Mount Olive Fort Lauderdale with Pastor Marcus Davidson

Dr. Davidson joins the choir on three songs including a duet with Minister of Music, Eddie Robinson on the title track. ...

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Sun Life Financial accepting grant applications from South Florida nonprofit organizations for Rising Star Awards

Sun Life Rising Star scholarship towards financing a college education ...

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MAY 1st: PUBLIC ASSEMBLY ABOUT IMMIGRATION REFORM” plus 1 more

Immigrants and workers of Miami are invited to participate in a Public Assembly in Little Haiti to learn about Immigration Reform Miami, FL – Immigrant and workers rights organizations, advocacy groups and community organizations will hold a public assembly to inform the community about the Immigration Reform bill currently being debated in the Senate, and engage Miamians to actively participate and demand ...

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