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Meet Jeanevette Miranda
March 12, 2019
- We're excited to launch a new series of profiles highlighting Nassau County, Florida women in manufacturing. We recently sat down with Jeanevette Miranda, a senior fiberline optimization engineer with Rayonier Advanced Materials in Fernandina Beach. Jeanevette has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of...

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How a West Nassau High School Graduate Leveraged Career Education Training
July 18, 2018
- Caleb Fahlgren, a 2018 graduate from West Nassau High School, became the first Nassau County student to be named the Outstanding Secondary Career Education Student by the Florida Association of Career and Technical Education (FACTE).  He was chosen based on his entire high school resume and honored this week at...

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How Fish are Shaping Nassau County’s Farm-to-Table Movement
December 5, 2017
- It wasn’t long ago that we knew exactly from where our food came. Our grandparents and great-grandparents were on a first-name basis with the local butcher and knew which dates the neighborhood bakery made their favorite bread. Food wasn’t genetically modified. It was grown to be...

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Leading Nassau County’s A-Rated School District
November 8, 2017
- November is often a time of reflection, a time when we consider the people we are thankful for and the things that we are grateful to have such as a home, a job, and good health. The Nassau County Economic Development counts many things for which to be thankful and...

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SBDC and Enterprise Florida Offer Export Marketing Services
October 24, 2017
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Pulp Fiction - How Rayonier Advanced Materials Turns Pulp Into Everyday Products
October 12, 2017
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Gentlemen, Start Your Engines - Laura DiBella’s Three-Year Recap
October 10, 2017
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Pirates, Flags and Buried Treasure – Folklore of Amelia Island
September 27, 2017
- Modern-day Amelia Island is known for its breathtaking beaches, world-class resorts, and historic charm, yet it’s the unwritten and often embellished history that is most intriguing.  Stories of pirates and their escapades have been woven into our community’s chronicles.  During the 17th and 18th...

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How Businesses Can Prepare for a Hurricane
September 7, 2017
- The Nassau County Economic Development Board serves as a vital resource It’s that time of year again here in Florida where residents and business owners are glued to their television or their phone watching updates and hitting refresh as they wait in anticipation of what yet another storm...

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What is Workforce Development?
August 30, 2017
- It’s been said that a company’s greatest asset is its employees. Companies must invest in their staff to move the business forward as it’s the people that innovate and shape the future of the organization. What if your ‘company’ is a city,...

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