This page provides a list of key associations and employment resources. If you have a resource to add, please Contact Us.
Employ Florida links all of Florida's state and local workforce services and resources. It partners with Workforce Florida, the state policy and oversight board, and the Department of Economic Opportunity, the state agency which administers workforce funds. At the local level, there are 24 regional workforce boards that administer more than 80 One-stop Centers.
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is the public-private partnership responsible for leading Florida's statewide economic development efforts. The organization's mission is to diversify Florida's economy and create better paying jobs for its citizens by supporting, attracting and helping to create businesses in innovative, high-growth industries.
Institute of Management Accountants
The Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business is a powerful resource for developing, certifying, and connecting the world's best accountants and financial professionals working in business. IMA offers programs and services to help accountants and financial professionals expand their financial management skills, enhance their organization's performance and empower career potential.
University of North Florida
Established in 1972, University of North Florida provides an exceptional learning opportunity with its strong academic programs while also enriching the local community. UNF is dedicated to fostering the intellectual and cultural growth and civic awareness of its students, preparing them to make significant contributions in the region, the state and on a national level. Aspiring to be a preeminent public institution of higher learning, UNF is an institution offering distinctive programs in the arts and sciences and professional fields.
Workforce Florida is a catalyst for creating and nurturing world-class talent. It is the statewide, business-led workforce policy board charged with overseeing the state's workforce system. By developing strategies to help Floridians enter and advance in the workforce, while supporting economic development opportunities and strengthening the state's business climate, Workforce Florida is able to accomplish its number one priority: getting Floridians back to work while supporting the retention and advancement of those who are employed.
Worksource Florida opens the door to improved employment opportunities through education, training and career services for workers. By providing innovative services that exceed employers' requirements for jobs of today and the future, Worksource Florida enables businesses to be leaders in the global economy. First Coast Workforce Development is a publicly funded agency that provides extensive workforce-related services to six counties on Florida's First Coast -- Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties.