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WJCT is proud to present the fourth annual TEACH Conference, an event created to engage, empower and inspire teachers. TEACH 2015 will be held Saturday, September 12 at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Spend the day meeting and sharing ideas with fellow educators, learning new ways to engage students and empowering yourself to further inspire others!
Get a friend and get your tickets now to make sure you’re a part of TEACH 2015!
The Jacksonville Business Journal is recognizing local businesses for their support of charities and philanthropic enterprises at the Partners in Philanthropy Awards on September 17th.
- When: Thursday, September 17, 2015,11:30am-1:30pm
- Where: US Assure Club East – Lower Level1 Everbank Field Drive Jacksonville FL 32202
- Suggested Dress: Business
Be there. Be fabulous!
Sip-sational wines–Shop designer fashions–Enjoy a glamorous fashion show–Mingle with charming “Shoe Guys” dishing up must-haves on silver platters.
Benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida