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FAPSC E-Flash a membership publication October 2009
When you turn on the news or open up any newspaper, headlines are all about the H1N1 flu virus. FAPSC wants to keep our members updated as well. On our home page we have placed a link in the News & Alerts section that will direct you to the Florida Department of Health website with all the current and most updated information on this virus.
The website is chock full of information on where you can find the new vaccine fact sheets which provide an overview of the vaccine and initial priority groups, lots of Q & A's to answer all of your questions. You can also register at the RSS link to receive notification of updates when made to this site.
To visit the DOH website click here.
The Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges is now accepting applications for its 2010 scholarship program.
Over 500 scholarships ranging from $1,000, $5,000 and Full Tuition are available to those who qualify. Deadline to submit applications is March 12, 2010. Read more.
Workforce Central Florida will host its seventh annual State of the Workforce Summit on Thursday, October 22, 2009. More than 400 CEOs, HR professionals, business owners, elected officials, and managers are expected to participate in this half - day event consisting of one dozen breakout sessions on HR and training topics and a keynote address and luncheon. Read more.
On October 7, 2009, FAPSC President Wayne Slater and Executive Director Kathy Mizereck provided testimony to the Florida Board of Nursing on the implementation of House Bill 1209, a last year's nursing bill. Read more.
Have a question? How about posting your question to your colleagues through FAPSC Forum? This forum is regionally structured so you can discuss concerns that affect your region with others right in your network.
Click here to get started FAPSC Forum.
AIF Announces the Florida Education, Economic & Workforce Development Council (FEEWDC). The meeting will be held on Monday, November 2, 2009 at 1:30 p.m. Read more.
Region VIII Hosts Town Hall Meeting
Region VIII will host its first Town Hall Meeting honoring Rep. Denise Grimsley, FAPSC Legislator of the Year at Rasmussen College, Fort Myers Campus on November 12, 2009. Read more.
FAPSC Upcoming Committee / Board Meeting
FAPSC Committee / Board Meeting is scheduled for November 18, 2009 at FAPSC member school ITT Technical College, Lake Mary, FL campus. Read more.
CIE Meeting Scheduled
The Florida Department of Education Commission for Independent Education will meet on November 19, 2009 at the Orlando Marriott Lake Mary, FL. Read more.
Florida Board of Nursing Meeting Scheduled
The Florida Board of Nursing will meet December 2-4, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency in Miami, FL. Read more.
Register to attend ABHES 7th Annual Conference
ABHES 7th Annual National Conference on Allied Health Education is scheduled for February 10-12, 2010 at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. Read more.
Volunteers are vital to FAPSC' success. Please let us know if your interest in lending your time and talents in serving on a committee. Volunteer Now!
One of the many member benefits our associate members receive is they are listed in the associate member directory on our website. Members can be searched by company name or by a product / service. The FAPSC office receives calls daily asking for consultants, advertising, training providers, and CPA's just to name a few. We always refer the calls to the associate member directory. However, If your company is not listed through our product / service search you may be missing out on alot of potential business. Take a moment and visit the associate member directory and contact Wanda Taylor (850) 577-3139 or via email Wanda@FAPSC.org if your company is not listed properly through this search. We don't want any of our members missing out on any opportunties.
Posted are "links" to news relating to our sector that may be of interest to you.
In the Crosshairs? Inside Higher Ed - October 26, 2009
AIF Releases Special Report on Federal Issues- October 21, 2