Miami,- For the eleventh consecutive year, Miami Dade College (MDC) has been named among the nation’s Great Colleges to Work For by The Chronicle of Higher Education, a major higher education publication. In addition, MDC again made the Honor Roll for being recognized in multiple categories.
Miami, – Miami Dade College (MDC) is supporting several relief efforts for those impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County’s Immunization Program is urging parents to check their children’s immunization record to see if they are due for a vaccine.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – This fall, St. Thomas University will welcome the largest incoming class of traditional students in the school’s history. Last year at this time, 333 new undergraduate students matriculated at the university. As of today, 680 new students will start classes on Monday, August 26th – more than double last year’s new student enrollment. St. Thomas’s total undergraduate enrollment is trending positively with 1220 students this fall as compared to 900 last fall.
City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and City Manager Dr. Emilio T. Gonzalez have announced a gift of $50,000 to create the Eduardo J. Padrón Completion Scholarship Fund to support Miami Dade College students close to completing their degrees or certificate programs.
Miami,- Miami Dade College (MDC) will partner with Kaseya, a Miami-based software firm that allows companies to manage their information technology, to provide apprenticeship opportunities for students in order to fill the hiring gaps within Florida’s growing technology ecosystem.
To make the grade these days, kids will likely need a full suite of mobile devices.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Education ministers from the Organization of American States (OAS) have approved the “Plan of Action of Antigua and Barbuda 2019”, which seeks to promote the implementation of the Inter-American Education Agenda (IEA).
MIAMI-DADE – Nazario Saint Louis, a 19-year-old junior at Georgetown University studying international economics, was undecided about his future career path. But that all changed after his experience working for lobbying and consulting firm Floridian Partners as part of Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan’s Summer Youth Internship Initiative (SYII) internship. Working side by side with lobbyists, he learned the inner workings of the relationship between local government and private enterprises.