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View the conference photo album on Flickr.

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gathered Friday in East Florida State College to discuss the need to expand the

high-tech workers along the Space Coast.

Henry Mack, Senior Chancellor of the Florida Department of Education, addresses the

conference. Sitting next to him is Dr Jim Richey, President of the EFSC.

The meeting was chaired by Henry Mack, Senior Chancellor of the Florida Department

Education, amid continued growth in aerospace, defense and other high-tech industries

in Brevard County.

Local success in raising the ranks of their employees is an important part of Gov.

Ron DeSantis ’initiative to make Florida the national leader in the high-tech workforce

development, which opens the door to further economic and employment growth.

About 50 participants heard calls for additional training in areas such as aerospace

and engineering technology, aviation, advanced manufacturing, computer technologies,

manufacture of robotics and compounds.

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