College awarded $2.5M for apprenticeships

Governor announced CFK to receive DEO funding for Hurricane Irma Recovery KEY WEST, FL, March 3, 2020— Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced The College of the Florida Keys (CFK) was awarded $2,553,653 to expand its construction apprenticeship prog... Read More

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CFK Graduates two law enforcement academies

The College of the Florida Keys (CFK) held a graduation ceremony for two academies completed through CFK’s Institute for Public Safety on February 21 at its Upper Keys Center in Tavernier.  A total of 18 cadets—15 in a basic law enforcement academy a... Read More

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Arlo Haskell: The Jewish Underground

The College of the Florida Keys continues its 2020 VIP Series with "The Jewish Underground: Smuggling Refugees from Cuba to Key West."  The presentation, led by local author and historian Arlo Haskell, is on Wednesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. in the Tennessee ... Read More

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CFK honors retiring VP

The College of the Florida Keys honored the career of W. Jean Mauk, Vice President of Finance and Administrative services, who retired last week after 24 years of service to the College. On Tuesday, the CFK’s District Board of Trustees presented a resol... Read More

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College’s Holiday Party Provides Toys for Children

L to R: Rachel Oropeza, CFK Director of the President’s Office; Tanya Leto, Samuel’s House Fundraising; Ashley Morris, Samuel’s House Administrative Assistant; Dr. Frank Wood, CFK Vice President of Advancement; Amber E... Read More

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CFK Salute to Veterans

CFK married student veterans, Airman Hope Kincaid and Marine Brandon Kincaid, are recognized for their service. “This Veterans Day, I encourage all to take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices that our service members bear for all Americans and for the... Read More

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$1.9M for DREAM-STEM

CFK was recently awarded  $1,917,670 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund a program that engages local students—elementary through college-aged—to inspire and foster careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, ... Read More

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$16M Grant for UKC

The College of the Florida Keys was awarded a $16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) on July 2 to build a new Upper Keys Center in Key Largo.  The new facility will allow CFK to expand workf... Read More

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Law Enforcement Academies Graduate

Florida Keys Community College held a graduation ceremony on June 7 for two law enforcement training academies completed at its Upper Keys Center.  A total of 21 cadets—14 in a basic law enforcement academy and seven in a correctional officer crossover... Read More

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