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MIAMI-DADE – What’s next for South Dade?  Community and civic leaders will come together on Thursday, November 30, for the third annual South Dade Solutions Summit to develop an economic development strategy and unite to aggressively pursue new business growth.
Kristina Williams at work. There are more than 533,000 apprenticeships across the country, with more opportunities added every day.
JPMorgan Chase has awarded Miami Dade College $700,000 over two years to help hundreds of South Florida’s youth gain the skills needed to land jobs in information technology, trade and logistics. Each year, the new MDC-Career Connect initiative will provide fast-track training for 100 to 150 Miami-Dade County students ages 16 to 24, earning college credit and shortening the time it takes to obtain a workforce credential. The program aims to strengthen MDC's career pathway programs in information technology, trade and logistics in Greater Miami, fields with high demand for middle-skill workers.
MIAMI, Nov. 15, 2017 – As a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, the Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC) is launching a new business center in San Juan that will aid in the recovery of the economy of Puerto Rico. This effort is in coordination with national organizations, Chamber members and partners, mayors of Puerto Rican municipalities, businesses, and advocates all joining together to support the resurgence of the local economy and Puerto Rico’s growth goals. 
MIAMI, Fl, Fri. Nov. 10, 2017: Yesterday, November 9th, CARICOM’s Council for Trade and Economic Development, (COTED), meeting opened. Among the topics that Ministers and officials  are considering are several recommendations that will determine whether the sugar industry has a future.
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