We chat about how we as young professionals can approach this crisis, see where opportunities might exist, and how young professionals will come out on the other side of this crisis in a unique position to create change.
Ryan Smith, Chief Clinical Officer/Chief Nursing Officer at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare joins the April 17 episode to share data and insights on COVID-19 as well as how this crisis has affected local healthcare workers.
Hear how the Bond Community champion, mother of nine, and friend of all is adjusting to the “new normal”. We talk about ways we’re supporting each other through these wild times and how being a leader doesn’t necessarily mean you have all the answers.
There’s no question the hospitality industry was hit HARD by COVID-19. Amanda shared ways Social Catering has had to adjust during these trying times, ways the industry will look a little different on the other side, and ways the restaurant community has come together to support each other.
On February 19th, 20 students from Florida State University, Florida A&M Univeristy, and Tallahassee Community College participated in the Tally Job Hop Tech Edition. Students spent the better half of the day hopping to local tech companies who are actively seeking talent to fill a number of positions. Through this experience, students are able to […]
Congratulations to Elizabeth Emmanuel for being included in the 2020 class of the Tallahassee Democrat’s 25 Women You Need to Know!! “On behalf of the Tallahassee Democrat and presenting sponsor, Moore, congratulations to the 2020 class of 25 Women You Need to Know and the 5 Young Women to Watch! During the month of March, […]
Source: Rebekah Dorn, Director of User Experience, Information Technology Services, Florida State University Meetings are a constant for every business, however there are many ways that these team gatherings can get off track. At times company meetings can feel tedious and time consuming, but this morning’s YP Roundtable speaker, Rebekah Dorn has a formula for keeping […]
From the Tallahassee Democrat Beginning this summer, the city of Tallahassee plans to fill a workforce gap by training job seekers on how to use heavy equipment used in road construction. Three months on the job, Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey said he learned this is a job sector that’s fallen through the trade-training cracks but is […]
From WTXL TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – The Chamber of Commerce and city leaders are meeting today to talk about bringing more businesses into the Capital City this year. WTXL ABC 27’s Jada Williams was live Tuesday morning to tell about the meeting targeting a key age group, young people. The focus is on young people opening […]
From WTXL.com TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – College juniors and seniors from universities in Tallahassee will visit some of the city’s top businesses in search of internships or jobs on Monday and Tuesday. The Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, the sponsor of the program, and the universities are trying to keep young professionals in the Tallahassee area. On […]