Please see attached the Recruitment Fair flyer for construction workers. For this initial pilot, Groundswell Startups is working with two companies: Boys Electric and Brevard Windows and Doors. As part of the pilot, Boys Electric will hire 2 candidates and Brevard Windows and Doors will hire 1 candidate. Upon success of the pilot program, after the 90-day OJT, Groundswell will pick up more employer clients (construction, hotel and electric career fields to start) and expand their resources to recruit larger numbers of prospective workers. This is a workforce development initiative for South Brevard residents only.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
School Year 2020-2021
Applying for meal benefits is quick and easy! The Free and Reduced Application for the 2020-21 school year is available now!
The following elementary schools will operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) starting with the 2020-21 school year:
All students enrolled at the elementary schools listed above will receive FREE breakfast and FREE lunch! There is no need to complete a Free and Reduced Meal Application unless you have other students in your household that attend a non-CEP school.
Please contact the Office of Food and Nutrition Services, Free and Reduced Coordinator, at (321) 633-1000, Extension 11642 should you need assistance.
Virtual Job Fair
Monday, June 30
10AM – 2PM
Since in-person interviews aren’t always ideal, Virtual Job Fairs are! Get your resume ready! “Visit” Brevard’s hiring managers and apply for jobs from the comfort of your home. Dress for success! You just might get a virtual interview on-the-spot!
Before joining the event, please register in the states’ Employ Florida website: EmployFlorida.com.
New to the Employ Florida website and need assistance? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (321) 504-7600 for help!
Already registered in Employ Florida? Don’t delay: Register for the event today!
Our career team is ready to assist so you can make a great first “virtual” impression! Contact email@example.com or call (321) 504-7600
The ROSS Program is a program for Public Housing residents that operates through partnerships with numerous social services, corporations, private business, and non-profit organizations. The ROSS Program provides a diverse set of training and educational tools for families to become self-sufficient and move out of Public Housing.
The ROSS Program is designed to accommodate all residents living in Public Housing regardless of age, color, creed and race. The ROSS Program Coordinator and Service Providers (Partners) will be responsible for developing screening and selection criteria to assist eligible families to gain self-sufficiency.
The criteria for participation in the ROSS Program are as follows: