Southeastern Minority Job Fair

Registration for SEMJF will begin on April 3, 2013 and will end on April 19, 2013. Registration is FREE! Students will be able to register in the Atrium during Coffee Wednesdays, on Symplicity, or by email. To register via email contact Amber Williams at arwilliams@fcsl.edu. This year’s job fair will be held at the Hyatt […]

Public Interest Research Bureau Information Session Thursday March 21st

The Public Interest Research Bureau is hosting an information session (and will be accepting applications) this week.  The Bureau accepts real-life legal issues from legal aid organizations throughout the Southeast.  Students are then selected to be part of a team that will research the issue and prepare a detailed memoranda responding to the issue. This […]

Riverside & Avondale

The historic district of Riverside/Avondale is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is also designated a local historic district by the City of Jacksonville. The Riverside’s Five Points area is an artsy neighborhood with coffee shops, outdoor cafés, one-of-a-kind shopping, nightclubs, and antique stores, as well as the Cummer Museum of Art […]

Downtown & Riverfront

Downtown/Riverfront offers some of Jacksonville’s biggest attractions including The Jacksonville Landing, a centerpiece for shopping, fine dining and nightlife, as well as the Sports Complex, home to the Jacksonville Jaguars and Jacksonville Suns. Downtown also features a variety of museums, including the Ritz Theatre & La Villa Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, and […]

Culture

Jacksonville offers attractions for all tastes – varying from shopping malls and boutiques, casual and upscale dining, miles of beaches, diverse museums, theatres, and festivals as well as many opportunities for leisure and sports. Jacksonville’s arts and cultural community contains something for everyone with stand-out museums, boutique galleries, diverse performing arts, historic multicultural and film […]