Fortis College, Centerville Becomes First in Fortis Network to Launch Microsoft Network Technology Program

CENTERVILLE, Ohio – Fortis College, Centerville will become the first campus in the Fortis network of colleges and institutes to offer the Microsoft Network Technology (MNT) program. The campus is enrolling students now for courses that begin Jan. 10, 2011. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, overall employment…

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Berdan Institute Becomes Fortis Institute

Berdan Institute, a leading post-secondary education institution in Wayne, N.J., has become Fortis Institute. As part of the collaborative Fortis network of colleges and institutes, the Wayne campus will continue to embrace the same core values for which it is known throughout the seven surrounding New Jersey counties. But now it also will be able…

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Private Equity Firm Closes on Downtown Miami Condo Project

A private equity firm completed a deal to acquire a troubled condominium project in downtown Miami this week, paying $141 million for the 849-unit Everglades on the Bay. Rockwood Capital, in New York, partnered with Duncan Hillsley Capital and Coral Gables-based Fortune Capital Management Services to acquire the twin towers, which fell into default last…

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MedVance Information Technology & Biomedical Technician Students Could Benefit From $1 Billion in Government Grants

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Ongoing job growth in the biomedical technician profession, including across Florida, recently received a significant boost from the federal government. On Nov. 3, the government, through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), announced $1 billion in grants had been awarded to U.S. biotechnology companies. According to HHS Secretary Kathleen…

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