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Even Greater Impact

CareerSource Central Florida was awarded $7 Million in CARES Act resources to serve Orange County residents whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19. These resources arrive at a critical time when the need in Orange County is exponentially higher than the resources through WIOA. The funding will aid in providing workforce re-entry and meaningful careers […]

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Diversify and Deliver. Our Year-End Score Card.

In PY 19-20, we served nearly 80,000 career seekers and 4,000 businesses, and helped advance skills for more than 1,800 career seekers throughout Central Florida’s five-county footprint. We also closed out the year with a 30% increase in businesses served – with nearly 1,400 new businesses. It’s all thanks to the hundreds of people from […]

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Aaaaw Snap! What a Success!

Within just a few short weeks, he had attended a resume workshop, a Federal Bonding workshop, and thanks to our assistance working through the employment barrier, Patrick is now employed full time with Bailey Industries as a Warehouse Associate earning $14/hr. The employer has confidence that after a six month period, they will be able […]

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It Wasn’t the Super Bowl, But We Scored with Our Own Summer Youth Kick Off!

During the event, Pam Nabors announced that CSCF is creating the first-ever Legacy Platinum Scholarship Award honoring board member Richard Sweat with .decimal. He generously donated $15,000 last year towards the program and helped sponsor six youth and at the February 20 Board meeting he announced he is again donating another $15,000 again this year […]

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2020-2024 Unified Strategic Plan – Public Comments Now Open

Part of that process includes an open period for public comment to help reshape workforce delivery. We invite you to review the draft and provide your feedback during the public comment period that started on February 14, 2020 and runs through March 14, 2020.The plan is available on the website or you can access it […]

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Strong Partnerships = Strong Impact

If you haven’t heard, Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson recently received the outstanding Employer Partner Award at the 2019 National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) Youth Symposium. CSCF nominated the City of Apopka for their outstanding collaboration and positive outcomes achieved throughout our five-year partnership. Our impact is growing because it’s a program that works. […]

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