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September 27, 2012
Contact Name: Denise Beasley, Communications Director
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA- The second edition of COMMUNITY IN MOTION premiered October 1 on WBCC-TV. Entitled SIGNS OF CHANGE, the half hour broadcast in the public interest was made possible by Brevard Workforce, Florida Today Communications and Brevard Community College. The show is hosted by Wayne Price, Florida Today business writer.
See the interviews with Lisa Rice, Jan Conrad and Dr. Pat Fuller on the home page of BrevardWorkforce.com.
The full broadcast is available on YouTube in three sections corresponding to the subject matter below:
COMMUNITY IN MOTION – SIGNS OF CHANGE explores three main subject areas:
In the online version, view a special interview with Commissioner Robin Fisher on economic development and the Greater Titusville Renaissance.
The half hour broadcast aired several times on WBCC-TV early in October and appeared as a special feature section in the FLORIDA TODAY print edition on September 30, 2012.
Programs funded through Brevard Workforce are equal opportunity programs with auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities. For more information about Brevard Workforce, call 504-7600 toll free in Brevard and visit us online at www.brevardworkforce.com, www.launchnewcareers.com and facebook.com/brevardworkforce.
Brevard Workforce is a regional public/private partnership under Workforce Florida, Inc. The Brevard Workforce Development Board includes representatives of local government, education, agencies, organized labor, economic development, community-based organizations and social service agencies. Private employers comprise a majority of each Workforce Board and the chair is elected from the private sector membership. Workforce Boards should be representative of the employer mix in the community, in terms of both size and type of industry. The mission of Brevard Workforce is to facilitate and be the catalyst for workforce development services that are responsive to the employment needs of Brevard County.