A Student Activities Center opened at Palm Beach State College’s Belle Glade campus today giving students a new place to connect and unwind.
(Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton, Fla. – Sept. 20, 2017) Well-known South Florida companies, hospitals and government agencies will be seeking qualified candidates at two job fairs set for October at Palm Beach State College. More than 75 employers combined will exhibit at the job fairs, ready to hire for full- and part-time openings, ranging from entry level to managerial, as well as internships. The job fairs are free and open to the public.
The BDB team has residents and businesses impacted by Hurricane Irma in our thoughts and prayers. We want to make every effort to get our businesses back up and running by providing the following information:
Before Hurricane Irma struck there were concerns as to whether the Herbert Hoover Dike surrounding Lake Okeechobee would hold up.
Pat Geraghty, CEO of Florida Blue, the leading health insurer in Florida, today announced that the company will donate $1 million to support relief and recovery efforts across the state in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
As vice president of existing industry at the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, Shereena Coleman works with companies that, just like hermit crabs, have grown too big for their shell and need help moving into a bigger one.
CareerSource Palm Beach County announced today that the county’s 4.5 percent unemployment rate for July 2017 dropped below the year-ago rate of 5.3 percent. Florida’s unemployment rate is 4.3 percent and the national rate is 4.6 percent, all numbers not seasonally adjusted, according to reports released today by CareerSource Palm Beach County and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity.
BELLE GLADE — Eight talented high school basketball players have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, after recently being selected by former NBA players to participate in a national All-Star camp.
Rice is one of the most popular menu items at restaurants and kitchen tables throughout Florida. Yet, Florida consumers may be surprised to know the rice at their local supermarket is likely to have been locally grown by their neighbors in western Palm Beach County.
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