Before she came to Palm Beach Atlantic University, Stefani Glise ’18, a fitness aficionado from Clarkston, Michigan, never dreamed of being an entrepreneur. And yet, just a few days after graduation, the outstanding graduate for the Rinker School of Business launched an online fitness and nutrition coaching business that’s aligned with her healthylifestyle.
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The graduation rate in Palm Beach County District-operated schools continues to climb. According to data just released by the Florida Department of Education, the School District achieved a 91.7 percent graduation rate for District operated schools in 2018, up from 90 percent in 2017. This increase means that the District continues to outperform other most large urban school districts in Florida for the fifth consecutive year.
West Palm Beach, Fla. – (December 19, 2018) – – West Palm Beach-based Verdex Construction has started construction of Water Tower Commons, a master-planned residential development in Lantana, Florida. The project consists of 14 buildings with 360 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, plus a clubhouse with yoga studio, spa, and exercise room. Interior space totals 430,000 sq. ft. including the clubhouse, and the site is 16.11 acres. Other amenities include a pool, park, and outdoor barbeque area.
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Woodline Joseph, a senior at Atlantic Community High School, already has a dream for her future.
In 2015, the United Nations (UN) adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Its mission is to mobilize countries to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change.
(Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. – Dec. 10, 2018) When Eduardo Gilces graduates from Palm Beach State College’s Engineering Technology A.S. degree program this month, he’ll already have eight months under his belt at his dream job as a drafter/modeler for Florida Turbine Technologies in Jupiter. However, 19 months ago, his job at FTT—helping to design turbine engines for the aerospace industry—seemed like a dream that would never come true.
The Titus Center for Franchising has added a significant amount of value to senior Daniel Vreman’s education. This business management major from Parrish, Florida, is the first business management student to graduate from this concentration. He plans to immediately put his degree to good work after Fall 2018 commencement.
Gray will be designing and building the 168,000ft² (15,600m²) facility, which will replace a smaller operation on the south side of the airport. Gray is partnering with BRPH on design services and Bohler Engineering on civil engineering services.