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  • Stimulus money brings 'green' job training to Jacksonville Stimulus money brings 'green' job training to Jacksonville
    Great used cars , trucks , vans , suv's , in Tallahassee, fl with loans for cars and trucks State Sen. Tony ... cloud, Solar Energy Initiatives is hoping to bring a little sunshine to Jacksonville's Northside. The company announced today its partnership with three Jacksonville job training and placement agencies to help ... City Councilman Johnny Gaffney, of District 7, said it's important to create jobs that are in demand for the foreseeable future, such as "green" jobs. ... though he thinks there is a growing demand for solar panels. "Florida is a sunshine state, what better place to lead the nation ...
  • Solar Energy Initiatives Training Displaced Workers In Jacksonville Solar Energy Initiatives Training Displaced Workers In Jacksonville
    with three Jacksonville, Fla.-based job-training and placement agencies to train displaced workers as solar energy installation and maintenance technicians. The program, pending final approval by the Jacksonville City Council, is being funded, in part, by $396,000 in federal stimulus dollars provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Joining Solar Energy in this job training collaborative is Community Rehabilitation Center (CRC), Northeast Florida Community Action Agency (NFCAA) and WorkSource. Solar Energy is providing the training curriculum and ...
  • Survey shows 'reserved' hiring pace by Jacksonville businesses Survey shows 'reserved' hiring pace by Jacksonville businesses
    Great used cars , trucks , vans , suv's , in Tallahassee, fl with loans for cars and trucks The recession may ...showed 19 percent planned to increase staff during the summer months and only 9 percent planned layoffs. The Jacksonville data for ... have ended in July. But in previous recessions, employment has been a lagging indicator. The unemployment rate... November 2001, data from the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation shows that jobs at Jacksonville businesses continued to... percent in July to a seasonally-adjusted 9.7 percent in August. Jacksonville'sunemployment rate was 10.5 percent in July (...
  • Southwest Florida job prospects expected to improve by October, survey says » Naples Daily News Southwest Florida job prospects expected to improve by October, survey says » Naples Daily News
    ...and part-time residents from up north return to Southwest Florida to escape the cold. In the coming quarter, it appears that some of the best job prospects in Lee ... utilities, information services and financial activities. Nationally, U.S. employers expect to keep their staffing about the same in the ...8220;Despite some moderating signs, such as the considerable number of employers that plan to maintain or increase staff levels, there will... for instance, is expected to be down in the fourth quarter, suggesting that employers will not be adding the quantity of holiday hires they have...
  • Florida's job gain becomes loss in recession Florida's job gain becomes loss in recession
    Gains made during Florida's boom period have been wiped away by the recession's job losses and increased joblessness, according to an annual report, State of Working Florida, released today by Florida International ... and wages among African American, Hispanic and white workers over the past three decades. Trends from 1979 to 2008 show decreased employment, especially for construction workers; longer unemployment for Florida's jobless, and slightly higher hourly wages for workers. 255,000: Jobs lost in 2008, many of them construction. Employment in that industry has fallen to 2003 levels
  • More jobless families rely on Nations Association every day More jobless families rely on Nations Association every day
    ... for his Nations Association Charities. A needy family had put dibs on the couch before he even hoisted it into the back of his truck. Because of unemployment, f... If you don't get the Fort Myers Florida Weekly at home, you can pick one up FREE at locations listed Online subscribers get immediate access. A one-year subscription is only $19.95. Pay with your credit card and be able to read each week's Florida Weekly online as soon as it's available. Click here now to get immediate access.
  • New Durham Career Center Holds Open House New Durham Career Center Holds Open House
    ... house and ribbon-cutting at the new Holton Career and Resource Center located at 401 North... house and ribbon-cutting at the new Holton Career and Resource Center located at 401 North... Str. on Tuesday from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. The Holton Career Center will offer students industry training and ... their base high schools in the morning and career training at Holton in the afternoon and early ... landscape management and more classes will be offered. Students can get involved in programs, activities,...Recreation. These activities will include sporting events, summer camp, after school programs, instructional ...
  • Toronto Officials Expect Payroll Savings From 6 Toronto Officials Expect Payroll Savings From 6
    ... city councilors that the employees have actually benefited financially from their job walk-off in the form of overtime pay. Orpin said the ... ways. Aside from spending more to clean up the city, it has extended Parks, Forestry and Recreation summer camp programs in more than 60 sites across the city. Most of the camps had Aug. 28 closing dates, but because of ... for two more weeks from the original Aug. 14 close. Some camps would even go on until Sept. 4, just in nick of time for school opening. After the strike was lifted, the camps resumed operations Aug. 10 with over 10,000 youth participants ...
  • YMCA provides job-readiness skills for teens YMCA provides job-readiness skills for teens
    ...youth development program this June to help employ area teens and introduce them to the necessary skills that will lead to long-term employment. The Hire-A-Youth program includes jobreadiness ...Ann Rountree discussed the importance of the program for these teens. "When these young people choose to enter ...looking for the opportunity to learn and desperately want a job, but the program is offering them much ... side by side with staff in various roles, from summer camp aide, clerical/administration assistant,... aide, and other departments as needed. Teens must meet specific requirements established ...
  • Patrick touts summer jobs Patrick touts summer jobs
    The state surpassed its goals for youth summer employment, with over 10,000 youngsters holding jobs ... and Workforce Development Secretary Suzanne Bump touted the jobs at an afternoon press conference at the Hurley Building in ...from other dignitaries recollections of their own first jobs. His was jockeying a snow cone machine, Capuano’s a stint as a summer camp worker ... single penny that you’re earning this summer was paid for by the American taxpayers.” Dismissing concerns over the cost of federally subsidized health care, jobs, or affordable housing, Capuano said, “Every ...
  • Bronx Tops in Poverty and Unemployment, 14th in Stimulus Bronx Tops in Poverty and Unemployment, 14th in Stimulus
    ... to date by the non-profit news organization ProPublica. WNYC's Andrea Bernstein has more. REPORTER: At the Point, a community development and arts organization in Hunts Point, summer campers were gathering to leave on a trip to Connecticut the other day. Summer camp is one of the things this group does, Located in an old bagel factory on a well-kept residential street, it also serves breakfast, fights for environmental justice, and runs a community theater.
  • Unemployment Among Teenagers Remains Stubbornly High Unemployment Among Teenagers Remains Stubbornly High
    ... Worth, Texas, in June. Traditional teenage jobs now draw competition, for example, from "stay-... began in 1954; among African-American teens, it was 35.7%, nearly four times the national ... means more middle-class teens work at jobs that fatten wallets rather than..., Conn., heard back from only one employer, who later turned her down because... working for $7.17 an hour as a counselor at a summer camp at her hometown's Westport Weston Family.... Ms. Kelley got a two-month internship at the Human Services Department of Maricopa County... stamps. "I've been trying to get a job since I was 14," Ms. Kelley said...
  • Gilbert's 'Laid Off Camp' to provide networking for jobless Gilbert's 'Laid Off Camp' to provide networking for jobless
    ... and how to interact with others. A grown-up version of summer camp is designed to help Valley residents learn... late '90s. The get-togethers are less like job fairs, where recruiters try to attract new employees... Amazing Adventures of Working Girl: Real Life Career Advice You Can Actually Use." ... services and facilities. Reese, who now has a job with Knight Transportation Inc., won't be compensated. ... parties or networking events, are ways for people without jobs to network with one another, particularly if the... He said unemployment statistics frequently point to jobs that have been "lost." But he ...
  • Kids learn about healthcare careers a... - Sun News Kids learn about healthcare careers a... - Sun News
    ...-mache heart she was creating during a Tri-C summer camp that focused on healthcare careers. Area children really put their hearts ... the President's Community-Based Job Training Grants initiative and implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, ... available the past few years for middle and high school students. At the end of the elementary-age Health Careers Academy, parents were invited to...workshop. In addition to Sajner, who teaches and counsels Brunswick and Lakewood city school district students, the Summer Academy staff included three group leaders --...
  • Students get hi-tech start on careers Students get hi-tech start on careers
    Some creative kids are having a blast this summer with robots. Hillsborough Community College is hosting a hi-tech manufacturing program for middle school students. "I've learned a lot about robotics and how to...-year-old is one of nearly a hundred in the summer camp. It's all part of Florida Advanced Technological Education Center ... state program designed to help students after graduation. "This all goes into manufacturing careers. Looking at the different programs that are available, like right ...had time we would be able to do a fourth camp." Teachers hope the classes will lead these students ...
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