IRSC’s use of Blockchain Technology featured at Florida Technology & Innovation Solution Summit
The upcoming Florida Technology & Innovation Solution Summit, presented by The Florida Chamber Foundation, features Indian River State College (IRSC) Vice President of Institutional Technology and CIO Tim Marshall. Marshall will present a session titled “Block Chain Examples in Education and Other Industries.” The daylong Summit takes place on Aug. 31 at the Tampa Marriott Water Street...Read More>>
Sawbones vs. Jawbones softball tournament raises funds for United Way
Local professionals give back to their community at the annual Sawbones VS. Jawbones softball tournament presented by Cleveland Clinic Indian River. The doctors vs. lawyers rivalry continued for the 11th year at the newly renovated Holman Stadium at Jackie Robinson Training Complex, raising nearly $8,000.
“It's a tremendous contribution to United Way and our community that all the physicians and attorneys do this each year,” said Meredith Egan...Read More>>
Dancing with the Martin Stars takes stage in support of Healthy Start Coalition
The curtain goes up on the 2022 edition of Martin County’s Dancing with the Martin Stars at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart.
Tangos, tap dances, sambas, and waltzes will take center stage in support of the Martin County Healthy Start Coalition and its mission to ensure that every baby in our community is born healthy and every mother receives support.
The premise of Dancing with the Martin Stars is simple but challenging: local volunteers learn dance steps from area professionals, raise funds from friends and neighbors, and then vie for the judges’ votes to claim bragging rights...Read More>>
Workshops provide Treasure Coast owners with tools to succeed
Americans often start their own businesses to circumvent obstacles related to lack of education or experience needed to succeed in the formal economy.
Most minority-owned businesses operate under the premise of owner/operator and struggle to gain access to capital that will help sustain the business over a long period of time.
Historically, in comparison to other racial groups, Black and minority business owners possess fewer personal assets such as home ownership or stocks/bonds to generate startup capital for their businesses...Read More>>