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Brentwood Senior Living Community to hold job fair Tuesday

St. Petersburg

New senior living center will hold job fair Tuesday

Time to brush up on your "speed interview." A new assisted living and Alzheimer's care facility will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. Brentwood Senior Living Community will open in May at 6280 Central Ave. At least 300 people are expected at the event to apply for 75 jobs in resident care, food service, housekeeping, activities and reception. The $25 million facility will be managed by Senior Management Advisors, a Clearwater company that operates residential care communities in Florida and Georgia. For information about Brentwood, call (727) 536-9900.

St. Petersburg

Dalí will offer artsy networking series

The Dalí Museum will host business networking with an artistic twist with a free breakfast series starting at 8 a.m. Tuesday. The five monthly lectures will feature experts on visual arts, theater, music and film. RSVP to Leigh Winkler at (727) 823-3767, ext. 3043. Seating for the "Culture on the Quick" series is limited to 125 and held in the Raymond James Community Room at the museum, 1000 Third St. S.


Writer, dentist to talk on work-life balance

A free business workshop on work-life balance comes to St. Petersburg College's Seminole campus at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday in Room 108. Business coach and local dentist Brian Beirl will use excerpts from his novel, The Book Binder ( The workshop, "Work & Play — Keeping Your Life in Balance," is open to all Seminole businesses. Call Gretchen Cain Wells at (727) 392-3245.

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