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Non-profit expansion means jobs for North Central Florida

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55 full-time jobs are coming to North Central Florida. Childhood Development Services Public Relations Director Brandi Cooney says they are hiring teachers and other positions in Alachua and Marion counties.

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Cooney says there are also 8 position in Citrus county and 6 in Levy county. They are now accepting applications online.

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