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TCC Workforce Development and the Florida Public Safety Institute to host Gadsden County Stakeholders Conversation

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (November 08, 2013) – This month, Tallahassee Community College’s Division of Workforce Development and Gadsden County will host a Gadsden County Stakeholders Conversation for the local community.

The event will be held in the conference center at the Florida Public Safety Institute, College Drive, Havana, Florida, on November 12, 4 – 6 p.m.

The key stakeholders for the event include local government, education, businesses and workforce development entities that are located in Gadsden County and the surrounding municipalities.

The meeting will focus on understanding workforce needs, capitalizing on area strengths, and creating a framework for economic and workforce development success. Members of the stakeholder groups will present on workforce and employer resources, along with delivering a state of the workforce message. Additionally, the group will solicit feedback regarding workforce needs of existing employers and what measures can be taken to position the community for economic development opportunities.

“This effort is designed to engage all stakeholders in a way that leads to comprehensive planning, partnership building and advancing the community by using coordinated job creation and pipeline development strategies,” said Kimberly Moore, vice president for workforce development.

For more information, contact the Division of Workforce Development at phone (850) 201-8760 or e-mail at

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