Prince William, Defining its targets Industries | Virginia Business

Prince William County is decades beyond the time when it was known as the home to acres of dairy farms that supplied milk to the Washington, D.C., area. Today, Virginia’s second-most-populous county has acres of data centers and is home to innovative firms involved in life sciences and information technology. The county is looking for …

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Registration Open for Student Cybersecurity; financial rewards to Virginia schools, scholarships for college students

Governor Ralph Northam today announced that registration is now open for the 2019 Girls Go CyberStart program, which aims to support and inspire high school girls across Virginia to explore careers in cybersecurity and computer science. “As a national leader in the cybersecurity and technology industry it is vital that we encourage Virginia students to …

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Policy Changes Needed to Address Housing Insecurity

As Prince William continues to grow and thrive, the accompanying rise in housing costs can be a serious challenge for many. Currently, there are more than 8,400 families waiting for affordable housing assistance, and rising rents mean that many others also face housing insecurity. The median average rent in Prince William is $1,400 to $1,800. …

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Shutdown Special NOVA Workforce – Spring 2019

NOVA Workforce is offering one free (non-credit) class to furloughed federal employees and contractors while the government shutdown continues. Federal employees and contractors must provide proof of employment as a federal employee or as a federal contractor. Free classes in Business & Management, IT & Computer Skills, and Professional Education are limited to the classes listed below. Excludes previously …

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Prince William Businesses Make “Book of Lists”

Congratulations to the Prince William-based organizations that made the Washington Business Journal’s much-anticipated compilation of outperforming enterprises, localities and amenities throughout the Greater Washington area! Regus coveted the #1 spot in the Top 25 coworking spaces with 39 locations in the Washington metro-area that includes Battlefield Overlook. Brickyard ranked #23 and is opening a brand new coworking space …

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