Real Talk, Real Change V

Feb 13, 2014  •   Written by Erin Addington   •  1 comment

RTRC V Event FlyerThe fifth annual Real Talk, Real Change returns February 20, asking the question “Jacksonville, so what are WE saying?” The free community dialogue event will feature exhibitors from the community and will include discussions on changing priorities with funding, supporting or ignoring certain sections of the city and more.

To RSVP, contact The event begins at 6:30 pm and will be held at the Jacksonville Public Library Main Branch, Laura St. entrance.

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  1. Jacksonville: Educate and Stay Engaged in Your Community | My Quest To Teach Feb 19, 2014 5:42 pm

    […] Connection for Business and Education “Your Literacy Determines Your Survival in this ‘Super Competitive World.” Arthur Lopez There is a connection to the growth of businesses, in a city that is based on the educational levels of its citizens. Education contributes to entrepreneurialism in Jacksonville that can be seen by the increase in business licenses, business workshops, employment and entrepreneurial events: Real Talk Real Change V provided by E3 Business Group of Northeast Florida Anthony Butler, Sr. is making pivotal changes in how the City of Jacksonville is working with the growing influence of entrepreneurs that contribute to employment that is generating revenue and providing a valuable resource of business professional development programs. First Lady Michelle Obama and Anthony Butler, Sr. The connection with E3 and education can be seen in the engagement with schools in public education and the economic centers of City of Jacksonville. The Center for Entrepreneur Development provides aspiring artists and entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their products, services and creates themed events which attract collaboration and partnerships. Students in the Duval County Public Schools have a resource to help them with their business interests and provide valuable hands-on access to experts in multiple disciplines. Positive changes are occurring in education and business that demand the involvement of the Jacksonville community and businesses like E3 Business Group of Northeast Florida. In order for positive change to create a paradigm of inclusion and acceptance the lines of generations must blend to be inclusive, engaging and encouraging especially in the business environment if Jacksonville is to remain competitive. The public event Real Talk Real Change V is scheduled for Thursday, February 20th at the Main Library, downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Access web site: […]

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