CareerSource Tampa Bay

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CareerSource Tampa Bay

 

 

CareerSource Tampa Bay (CSTB) serves as the workforce development board under the Workforce Investment Act and is a driving force in delivering workforce solutions that support economic development in Hillsborough County. CSTB has centers located in Tampa, Brandon, Plant City and a satellite office in Ruskin, offering a full range of career planning services for professional and entry-level candidates. CSTB also strengthens the competitive edge of local businesses in measurable ways that lead to the economic vitality of the region. A team of business consultants works as a partner with local businesses to provide a wide range of professional services, including employee referral and recruitment, training and retraining, workshops and business seminars on a variety of human resource and workforce topics, labor market statistics, targeted career fairs, downsizing and retention support strategies, tax credit information and other customized support for a well-trained workforce.

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Ed Peachey, President and CEO

Ed Peachey currently serves as the President and CEO of two contiguous Workforce Investment Boards in West-Central Florida, CareerSource Pinellas and CareerSource Tampa Bay. He also serves as the Chair of the Florida Eight/Tampa Bay Partnership Regional Business. Peachey is the past President of the Florida Workforce Development Association and has been the recipient of various awards and recognition, including recognition by Workforce Florida, Inc. as the “2005 Champion of the Workforce System.” Additionally, he was the recipient of the Tampa Bay Business Journals 2008 Ultimate CEO of the Year award in the nonprofit category. He’s earned his degree in business administration/accounting and passed the May 1991 CPA exam. As a CPA, Peachey’s professional career started as a staff accountant/auditor for a public accounting firm in Tampa, with his workforce development career starting in 1994 as the fiscal officer for the Private Industry Council of Pasco County.

Investors

CareerSource Tampa Bay

 

 

CareerSource Tampa Bay (CSTB) serves as the workforce development board under the Workforce Investment Act and is a driving force in delivering workforce solutions that support economic development in Hillsborough County. CSTB has centers located in Tampa, Brandon, Plant City and a satellite office in Ruskin, offering a full range of career planning services for professional and entry-level candidates. CSTB also strengthens the competitive edge of local businesses in measurable ways that lead to the economic vitality of the region. A team of business consultants works as a partner with local businesses to provide a wide range of professional services, including employee referral and recruitment, training and retraining, workshops and business seminars on a variety of human resource and workforce topics, labor market statistics, targeted career fairs, downsizing and retention support strategies, tax credit information and other customized support for a well-trained workforce.

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Ed Peachey, President and CEO

Ed Peachey currently serves as the President and CEO of two contiguous Workforce Investment Boards in West-Central Florida, CareerSource Pinellas and CareerSource Tampa Bay. He also serves as the Chair of the Florida Eight/Tampa Bay Partnership Regional Business. Peachey is the past President of the Florida Workforce Development Association and has been the recipient of various awards and recognition, including recognition by Workforce Florida, Inc. as the “2005 Champion of the Workforce System.” Additionally, he was the recipient of the Tampa Bay Business Journals 2008 Ultimate CEO of the Year award in the nonprofit category. He’s earned his degree in business administration/accounting and passed the May 1991 CPA exam. As a CPA, Peachey’s professional career started as a staff accountant/auditor for a public accounting firm in Tampa, with his workforce development career starting in 1994 as the fiscal officer for the Private Industry Council of Pasco County.