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    Chief Information Officer

    Rob has been a CIO for over twenty years and is known for building the reputations of organizations on a foundation of innovation,… Learn More

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    Ali Brazzeal has only worked for Florida State College since January 2011 but has worked in higher education since 1995.… Learn More

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    Dr. Mike Reynolds is the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Florida State College at Jacksonville. Dr. Reynolds is an internationally… Learn More

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    Dr. Jose Lepervanche is a Professor of Supervision and Management at Florida State College at Jacksonville - Kent Campus.… Learn More

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    Dr. Julie Giuliani

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    Media Relations Coordinator

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  • Spreading Happiness on Campus

    By FSCJ Thu, April 18, 2013 8:43 am EDT -- Category 

    Technology is changing, and so are job interviews. Plus, college clubs across the country are trying to make students happy.

  • Extra Cash in College

    By FSCJ Wed, April 17, 2013 9:09 am EDT -- Category 
    Money for college

    Need a little extra cash? I found 5 ways to make a little money in college. Plus, even the best employees make mistakes.

  • Embracing the ‘Real World’

    By FSCJ Tue, April 16, 2013 12:54 pm EDT -- Category 

    No need to look for those water cooler stories. I already found them for you. Here's your 411.

  • What Employers Really Want

    By FSCJ Thu, April 11, 2013 1:13 pm EDT -- Category 
    Job interview

    Do you really know what your future employer wants from you? A new survey breaks it down. Plus, an article to help you stand out in your next job interview.

  • Closing the Pay Gap

    By FSCJ Wed, April 10, 2013 9:00 am EDT -- Category 
    Job hunt

    No need to look for those water cooler stories. I already found them for you. Here's your 411.

  • Money 101: Biggest Pay Hikes

    By FSCJ Tue, April 09, 2013 9:39 am EDT -- Category 

    Still can't decide on the perfect major? CNN takes a look at the jobs with the biggest raises in the first quarter. Plus, don't get stuck in a cycle of debt. A new list looks at the things you should never put on your plastic.

  • Job Interview: Key to Success

    By FSCJ Mon, March 18, 2013 11:38 am EDT -- Category 
    Job interview

    Job interviews can be nerve-racking. So, I found an article to help you succeed.

  • A New Trend: Living Resumes

    By FSCJ Thu, March 14, 2013 8:44 am EDT -- Category 

    Resumes are coming 'alive' on Pinterest. Plus, it looks like families are saving more for college.

  • Women Rule: Top Professions

    By FSCJ Mon, March 11, 2013 8:22 am EDT -- Category 
    Money bills

    No need to look for those water cooler stories. I already found them for you. Here's your 411.

  • Four ‘Easy’ Scholarships

    By FSCJ Fri, March 08, 2013 12:22 pm EDT -- Category 

    I found an article which lists four scholarships almost any student qualifies for. Not my claim...but worth a try! Plus, meet a family living on $14,000 a year.

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