U.S. Internships and German Apprenticeships Focus of April 25 Luncheon

by Phil Bolton | April 15, 2014 A luncheon discussion on the pros and cons of vocational training  is to be held on Friday, April 25 at the offices of the Atlanta law firm Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP More

Mayor: MLS Franchise Could Aid Atlanta's Immigrant Outreach

by Trevor Williams | April 15, 2014 If Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank’s "major announcement” with Major League Soccer planned for Wednesday means a new franchise as expected, Mayor Kasim Reed believes it would be a step forward for inclusiveness. More
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Ireland Picks Its First Honorary Consul for North Carolina

by Phil Bolton | April 15, 2014 The Consulate General of Ireland in Atlanta has announced that John Young, has been appointed as Ireland’s first honorary consul for the state of North Carolina. More

Brazil Blog IV: Atlanta's Portuguese Advantage

by Trevor Williams | April 13, 2014 Note: Editor Trevor Williams is accompanying Mayor Kasim Reed's trade mission to Brazil, blogging as he goes. More

Atlanta Firms Provide Internships for Nine German Apprentices

by Phil Bolton | April 11, 2014 A foundation based in Hamburg, Germany and the local German American Chamber of Commerce are partnering on an apprentice project that will provide two-month internships in Atlanta-based companies for nine German trainees. More