Tags : 2022

Evolution of Learning Issue

View the Digital Flip Version Here FIRST COAST RegionApril 2022 EVOLVE Business and Entrepreneur Magazine In Every Issue EDITOR’S VOICE Amy Angelilli, EVOLVE Magazine First Coast Region Managing Editor, talks about the new issue of EVOLVE Business and Entrepreneur Magazine. Listen to the Podcast FeaturesRead More

Area Community Colleges Adapt for Student and Business Success

Florida has made higher education a priority, earning accolades as the No. 1 state in the nation over the past few years. Launching the “Get There Florida” initiative in 2020, supporting enrollment in the state’s career and technical education programs, colleges have seen an uptick in funding and the welcome addition of 54 new industry […]Read More

An Innovative Place to Grow and Learn on the First

It has been said that if we resist advancements in tech and innovation, we may be left behind while our communities at large move ahead. Recent years have seen swift shifts and adaptations in education and work culture. It is hard to imagine life without remote learning, work-from-home programs and all manner of food delivery […]Read More

Lifelong Learning in a 3.0 World

Before the pandemic, companies, educators and workers used all of the different modalities of lifelong learning. Lectures, pamphlets, books, seminars and continuing education classes were the norm for the last century. And then, those methods were joined by online classes, YouTube videos and college courses offered by institutions from all over the world. What works […]Read More

Education’s Public-Private Partnerships of Today Help Develop Palm Coast’s Town

Above: Joe Rizzo, Executive Director of Flagler County Education Foundation, talks with future leaders. SPONSORED CONTENT According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, five of the 10 fastest-growing occupations between 2020-2030 are related to the medical field, and the other five are a mix of the trade and technical industries.  Preparing Palm Coast to […]Read More

The Great Resignation: Upskilling, Reskilling and Formal Education

SPONSORED CONTENT What can we learn from the ‘Great Resignation’ that is now driving millions of workers and billions of dollars to Upskilling Startups? Finding, attracting and retaining talent with requisite skills has been increasingly difficult for businesses. Employees who feel stuck in jobs that are not satisfying or lucrative have created a change-in-the-workplace movement. […]Read More

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