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Small Business Development Center helps state network land national award

The Small Business Development Center at Palm Beach State College is part of a statewide network honored by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker for significantly contributing to the expansion of U.S. exports, including helping Palm Beach County businesses market and sell their goods globally.
The Florida SBDC Network, which offers international trade services at 10 of its more than 40 centers, including the one at Palm Beach State, received the President’s “E” Award, the highest recognition any U.S. … Continue reading Small Business Development Center helps state network land national award

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County art teachers to showcase talent

The “Summer in the Gardens” exhibit featuring artworks by 19 teachers from the Palm Beach County Art Teachers Association will be on display at the Art Gallery at Eissey Campus beginning May 17.
Artworks shown will be photography, paintings, mixed media, ceramics and sculpture. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, runs from May 17 to September 2. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. May 17. … Continue reading County art teachers to showcase talent

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Prashad wins AFC Exemplary Practice Award

Health care educators know that best practices in teaching lead to positive outcomes—not only for student success, but also for patients’ lives.
The Healthcare Education Commission of the Association of Florida Colleges annually recognizes such outstanding programs and professionals with its Exemplary Practice Award, and this year’s award went to Dr. Raywattie Prashad, assistant nursing director at Palm Beach State College.
Prashad and two other finalists, representing Florida State College at Jacksonville and Seminole State College, … Continue reading Prashad wins AFC Exemplary Practice Award

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President unveils reorganization plan to improve service, student success

Organizational changes designed to help Palm Beach State College better focus on student success and quality customer service were announced by President Ava L. Parker today in her first State of the College address to faculty and staff.
In a broad leadership restructuring, Parker is expanding the role of provost, the chief administrator for each campus, to include College-wide responsibilities as vice presidents as well as a campus reassignment for three of them.   She also announced a new vice president position to oversee information technology and the implementation of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. … Continue reading President unveils reorganization plan to improve service, student success

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