This preview provides a listing of our upcoming events and courses.
Additional information about future offerings, as well as course descriptions, can be found on our website.
Preview of Courses TCC Workforce Development Courses
Dear friends of Gulf Specimen,
Gulf Specimen Marine Aquarium in Panacea, FL is holding our 7th annual “Sharks & Chablis” seafood dinner and wine tasting fundraiser on Saturday, May 20th from 4-7 pm. There will be music, entertainment, wine tasting, a seafood dinner, aquarium tours, exhibits, and a silent auction. All proceeds from the event and auction will go towards supporting our mission of marine education and conservation.
Currently, we are seeking donations for the silent auction. We take everything from gift cards to antiques to original arts and crafts from our local artists. Donations will be tax deductible under our 501©3 status. More Silent Auction Letter with pics
Community Based Mentoring Program
How it works – Big Brothers Big Sisters has been actively serving youth in the Big Bend area for over 46 years. Volunteers serve as mentors and role models to help youth increase their self- confidence, improve academically, reach their greatest potential, and see themselves as having happy and successful futures. Each match is fully supervised by professional staff for the life of the match so any issues can be addressed and progress can be tracked.
Many things happen before a match is made. More Mentoring Program Guide Handout
The March 2017 newsletter is here March
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||Teller Part Time 20-29 – More than your bank. Your banker.
Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri 11:00am – 5:00pm (Every other Friday until 6:00pm)
Wed – Off
Sat – 8:45am – 12:00pm (Every other Saturday)
Job Duties / Details:
•Under general supervision, but in conformance with established bank policies and procedures, cash checks, receive deposits, and perform a variety of transactions as requested by the client.
•Responsible for balancing each day’s transactions, and maintaining cash drawer.
•Provides quality client service.
•Answers general questions regarding bank products/services.
•Recommends additional services to clients and makes referrals accordingly.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Recommends and refers additional bank services and products, retaining a working knowledge of all bank services and products to the extent that the majority of client inquiries are easily and accurately answered.
•Accepts deposits and withdrawals from clients on business, personal and savings accounts.
•Accepts checks for cashing or paying, and verifies endorsements and funds.
•Sells Official Checks and Travelers Checks.
Accepts consumer/commercial and other bank loan payments.
•Works deposits from night depository.
•Balances money in drawer with teller machine daily.
•Opens and closes teller window in accordance with procedures.
•Completes Currency Transaction Report (CTR) and hold forms as required.
•Attends meetings as required.
•Issues cash advances.
•Provides additional support to manager and department colleagues.
All associates at Capital City Bank have access to confidential client information, and must practice discretion at all times.
All associates must understand and adhere to the non-negotiable Banker Standards and commit to practicing SGNNT at all times. Associates will consistently follow policies and procedures as established by Capital City Bank.
THIS JOB DESCRIPTION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT. This job description does not restrict Capital City Bank from the ability to assign, reassign or eliminate duties and responsibilities of this job at any time. This job description describes the current assignment of essential functions. These functions may change at any time as the needs of the bank or department change or for other reasons deemed appropriate.
For job closing date, requirements and to apply follow this link
OnFebruary 27, 2017, posted in: News
Ed2Go online training is made possible by the generous contributions from local businesses and individuals to the Burt Poole Scholarship fund to help you succeed in business. A list of current offerings is available here ed2go 2017
Classes are free to our members. Please inquire with chamber staff on how to register and enroll.
OnFebruary 21, 2017, posted in: News
Introduction to Unmanned Technology
Course ID #: WEI0101; Ref. #173215
Thursday, March 2 – May 25 6-9 p.m.
This unique twelve-week non-credit certificate course focuses on how to use aerial drones in different environmental applications. Instruction happens in the classroom and hands-on in the field. Upon completion, students will have a working knowledge of applicable rules and regulations governing UAS flight and use, and will log hands-on flight time and be prepared to sit for FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Airmen Certificate.
Registration fee: $500 per student. To register see instructions here
This preview provides a listing of our events and courses starting in the month of February. Additional information and course descriptions can be found on our website.
PSAV Discovery Session
Date: February 2, 2017, Time: 6:00 – 7:00 PM,
Location: Center for Workforce Development, Rm. 207
Discovery on Parade
Date: February 7, 2017, Time: 5:00 – 8:30 PM
Location: Augustus B. Turnbull III Conference Center
This event will provide a unique preview of new and exciting inventions, discoveries, and innovations from TCC, FAMU, and FSU.
To RSVP or learn more about the event visit: Discovery on Parade. for more information and classes see flyer Monthly Preview
The Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce Special Events Committee is gearing up for our 7th Annual Low Country Boil fundraiser at 3Y Ranch in Crawfordville, Saturday, April 1. We are excited to host this annual event, and once again bring a taste of the Southern Low Country to Wakulla County. We want to recognize the support and commitment of our Title Sponsor, Capital City Bank, and our Premier Sponsors: sponsorship request letter_web