The Fulton County Outreach Event for the Library Renovation Projects that was previously postponed has been rescheduled. The new scheduled date is Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at the Alpharetta Library from 10:30am – 12:00pm. Please see the below flyers for further information regarding the outreach event, as well as additional information on the projects.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. Bid Solicitation #2019 – 01
Publication Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Published in Gwinnett Daily Post
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta is accepting separate sealed bids for construction services involving renovations at the A. Worley Brown Boys & Girls Club, 5360 Old Norcross Road, Norcross, GA 30071. This project will be funded from the Gwinnett County Community Development Block Grant program and therefore services provided must comply will all applicable federal government statutory and regulatory requirements. A Pre-Bid Conference is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. at the A. Worley Brown Boys & Girls Club on Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 10am. All potential bidders are required to attend this conference. Bids will be received at 1275 Peachtree St. NE, Suite 500, Atlanta GA 30309 until Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 2pm.
The Contract Documents, consisting of Advertisement for Bids, Information for Bidders, Bid Proposal Form, Form of Agreement, Specifications, and bid forms of Bid Bond, Performance Bond, Payment Bond, Bidders Qualifications Forms, and other Contract Documents will be made available to all attendees of the Pre-Bid Conference.
Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements regarding conditions of employment and minimum wage rates to be paid on this project, and that the contractor and subcontractor must comply with all Federal, State, and local requirements. Minority and female owned firms are encouraged to participate in this federally funded project. Procurement will be in compliance with the Common Rule, 24 CFR 84.40-46. Potential respondents are particularly called to the requirements of Title VI; Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 24 CFR 570.602; and Executive Order 11246- Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. The work to be performed under this contract is subject to the requirements of Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, as amended, 12 USC 1701u (Section 3). The purpose of Section 3 is to ensure employment and other economic opportunities generated by HUD assistance or HUD-assisted projects covered by Section 3, shall to greatest extent feasible, be directed to low-and very–low income persons, particularly persons who are recipients of HUD assistance for housing. For more information on Section 3, contact the Fair Housing Act and Equal Opportunity representatives of HUD at (404) 331-5001, Ext. 2473. Neither the United States nor any of the departments, agencies, or employees is or will be a party of any contract awarded pursuant to this invitation to bid.
In order to assure that Bidders receive bid packages and all addenda and or clarifications to the bid documents in a timely manner, proposed bidders must request the RFP package by contacting Amy Tisenchek at firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposed bidders will be sent a link to all bid package documents.
Entities that do not obtain Bid Documents from this source will not receive addenda and or clarifications to the bid documents directly from Amy Tisenchek.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR ATLANTA RESIDENTS!
Receive FREE training for jobs in the construction industry!
Construction Ready at ULGA (Urban League of Greater Atlanta) is a four-week boot-camp style, hands-on construction training and certiﬁcation program. The Construction Ready program connects trainees to some of Atlanta’s top construction companies. Training is FREE to qualiﬁed applicants.
TRAINING INFORMATION SESSION
JANUARY 28, 2019 AT 10AM
Atlanta Technical College
1560 Metropolitan Pkwy, SW Atlanta, GA 30310
For additional questions, please contact:
Tamarjia Andrews at 678-539-6472 or email email@example.com
Open House invitation – click here.
Stay tuned for details on the 50th Golden Anniversary National Conference in San Francisco, CA, June 2019
Fulton County Department of Purchasing and Contract Compliance will host a seminar titled Conquering Construction and Service Contracts. The event will focus on recognizing legal and surety bond terms that could expose your business to significant legal and financial risk. The event will take place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center, 3900 Aviation Circle, NW, Atlanta, GA 30336. For more information, please view the attached flyer.
GRADY HEALTH SYSTEM FIRST ANNUAL SUPPLIER DIVERSITY SUMMIT
You are cordially invited to come and participate during the 1st Annual Supplier Diversity Summit at Grady Health System. The event will be held on November 15th from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, located at 50 Hurt Plaza, Suite 150 (lobby area), Atlanta, GA 30303. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
Atlanta Business League Business Enrichment Seminar Series
The Department of Watershed Management
Upcoming Solicitation Opportunity
As part of the City’s continued commitment to advancing our efforts to implement Green Infrastructure (GI) within City watersheds, the Department of Watershed Management is issuing a GI Design Challenge.
There are six proposed locations throughout the City with the objective to engage the design community to create innovative and practical GI solutions.
The goal of the six projects is to maximize infiltration and the storage of storm water runoff from surrounding areas while maintaining feasible construction and long-term maintenance costs.
We invite the design community which include landscape architects, engineers and GI specialists to learn more about the projects that will foster community involvement, provide environmental improvements and neighborhood enhancements.
The GI Design Challenge Kick-Off
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 11 a.m.
If you have any questions please contact 404-546-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the date: GDOT 2018 DBE & Small Business Forum
EBO OUTREACH EVENT
Wednesday, Sept. 12th, 4:00-6:00pm
Dept. of Aviation
1255 South Loop Rd
College Park, GA 30337
Nebraska Business Opportunity Exchange August 9, 2018
Hello TIER 1 & TIER Vendors,
You are all invited to attend the upcoming Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council (MPMSDC) NE Business Opportunity Exchange on, next Thursday, 9 Aug 2018, at the Creighton University Harper Center. This conference is from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Come and meet Purchasing and Supplier Diversity Professionals from: ConAgra, Creighton Univ., 1st Nat’l Bank, Enterprise Holdings, JACOBS Engineering, MUD, Offutt AF Base, OPS, UPRR, Univ of NE, Wells Fargo and many others.
The POC for additional information regarding this outstanding event is Ms. Belinda Hooks, at 402-835-4076, or the email address listed on the CC line. We look forward to seeing you there.
OEAM General Contracting Industry Day
The City of Atlanta’s Mayor’s Office of Enterprise Asset Management extends an invitation for general contractors to attend an informational session on Monday, August 13, 2018 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. The Industry Day will be held at Atlanta City Hall’s Old Council Chambers, 68 Mitchell Street, SW – 3rd Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303. Attendees will get to meet representatives from OEAM, Aviation, Department of Procurement, Office of Contract Compliance, Risk Management and Gordian (Job Order Contracting Consultant). A panel discussion as well as a Q&A session is also scheduled. Please view the attached flyer for additional information.
Photos from July Monthly membership meeting featuring Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST
NAMC Georgia Chapter is hosting a series of free seminars. The first of the series, “Bonding 101 & Finance” is scheduled for Tuesday, August 7, 2018 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at 1631 LaFrance Street, Atlanta, GA. Please RSVP at email@example.com. Click here for flyer.
Please see the attached flyer for our upcoming 15th annual women’s business expo in August. This is an outstanding opportunity for Atlanta metro women business owners to come together to network and learn from other successful women owned businesses.
Please feel free to pass this flyer along to others. We hope to see you there!
PHILIPS ARENA RENOVATION
EQUAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY BULLETIN
On behalf of the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority (“AFCRA”), Philips Arena, Turner Construction and the Arena Joint Venture team (“AJV”), Griffin & Strong, P.C. (“GSPC”) would like to welcome you to the Philips Arena/AFCRA EBO Bulletin.
Our responsibility as Equal Business Opportunity (“EBO”) consultant is to assist AFCRA and AJV in assuring the participation of minority and female owned businesses in the renovation of Philips Arena. GSPC will circulate this Bulletin to present information about subcontracting opportunities on the renovation project, vendor spotlights, and outreach events
The Bulletin will be circulated periodically to City of Atlanta Certified Minority and Female Business Enterprise vendors.
Painting Company Revels in Arena Contract
Edwards Painting & Contracting, Inc., was founded more than 20 years ago to capitalize on a growing home improvement market. Company president Eddie Cummings leads the City of Atlanta certified Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE) and its 10 staff members in an increasing number of high-profile projects, including work on Phase I of the renovation of Philips Arena.
The Mississippi native graduated from DeVry University in 1994 with a degree in Business Operations, and moved to Atlanta looking to follow in his older brother’s footsteps of becoming an entrepreneur. From the beginning, Cummings had a simple plan.
“Painting was a good idea because people were either building new or renovating their existing homes and businesses,” he said. “There was always something needing to be painted.”
That philosophy held true, even through a national home-buying slump and a recession that began in 2009. Cummings’ crew found work painting barracks at Fort Benning in Columbus, and tackling projects for MARTA, the Georgia Department of Transportation, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, a number of school districts, and other government buildings around the state.
When Phase I of the Philips Arena renovation was underway, Cummings said sub-prime contractor Paint Doctor reached out to him. Because of its certification with the City, Edwards Painting & Contracting was an attractive asset to a prime contractor required to outsource a percentage of its labor to a Minority Business Enterprise.
Cummings assigned three staffers to cover 200 hours of labor, including painting ceilings in eight arena suites, sealing the new concrete floor, painting temporary walls and partitions, and painting yellow safety stripes on all of the stairs that lead to arena seating.
After having successfully completed Phase I, Cummings said he is proud to have been able to leave his mark on the facility. He also said he anticipates a significant boost to his company’s reputation, particularly as he bids on larger projects in the area.
“I can look back and point to the work we did as a reference,” Cummings said. “We take pride in everything we do, and we did good work on this project.”
Cumming said that opportunities for smaller, disadvantaged vendors to participate in high-level projects like the Philips Arena renovation go a long way toward bolstering Atlanta’s MBE and DBE communities.
“It’s a tremendous help,” he said of the Equal Business Opportunity project. “By having those EBO participation projects out there, it gives minority business owners a proven track record that we’ve done this type of work and can be successful going forward.”
Phase II & III Subcontracting Opportunities
Subcontracting opportunities remain on Phase II and III of the redevelopment for City of Atlanta certified M/FBE businesses in the following trades. Interested vendors for the following trades may initiate direct contact with the sub-primes listed below to inquire about available scopes:
Project Manager | Inglett & Stubbs, LLC.
Director of Sports Sales
Batchelor & Kimball, Inc.
2227 Plunkett Road, Conyers, GA 30012
5448 Spalding Drive, Bldg. 200, Norcross, GA 30092
1901 MacArthur Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
M: (703) 282-7787
For additional questions and concerns, feel free to reach GSPC via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Community Engagement Coordinator, Sterling Johnson, at email@example.com
AT&T Supplier Diversity will host a Mobility Construction Services Supplier Conference for diverse businesses (Certified Minority, Women, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Enterprises) to discuss opportunities for the mobility network build out including support of First Net. Representatives from AT&T’s 4.0 Mobility Construction Vendor teams will share information and participate in roundtable sessions.
Construction (New Site Builds, Tower Crews, Civil, Fiber, HVAC, Electrical, Traffic Control, Underground, Concrete, Drilling/Shoring, Masonry, and Welding, Permitting, Site Acquisition)
Engineering (Furnish, Install, Plant, Network Architecture, Integration, Troubleshooting)
Wireless Installation (Microwave, Small Cell, DAS)
Generator Services & Maintenance
We invite diverse certified businesses from
the Southeast region to register to attend this one time only event.
AT&T Mobility Construction Vendors will be on hand to share the following:
- Opportunities for subcontracting Qualificat
- ions required for subcontracting
- And other valuable information
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
AT&T Auditorium (N100) 1025 Lenox Park Boulevard
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Due to limited space please register two attendee per company.
Registration will close when max capacity of attendees is reached.
Registration does not guarantee attendance; a separate confirmation email will be sent.
Construction Ready HIRING FAIRS
May 24th and June 7th
Construction Ready is announcing the next set of “Lunch & Learns” and “Hiring Fairs” for Employers who are seeking to hire Graduates of CEFGA’s Construction Ready program.
May 24, 2018 – Construction Ready at TCWFI Group 8 (ULGA)
250 Georgia Ave. SE Atlanta, GA 30312
Link to Sign Up:
June 7, 2018 – Construction Ready at Westside Works Group 24
261 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW Atlanta, GA 30314
Link to sign up:
These Construction Ready Graduates are “Trained, Credentialed and READY for Work!
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact CEFGA’s Construction Ready Team for your next new hires.
Graduates Resume, Background & 2-min YouTube Video Resume will be emailed to those companies signed up to attend the Hiring Fair(s) for review prior to Hiring Fair.
Graduates are “Trained, Credentialed and Ready for Work”
The Clayton County Water Authority will host an Informational Session on Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 10:00AM – 12:00PM at the Clayton County Water Authority Marie Barber Community Use Room, 1600 Battle Creek Road, Morrow, GA 30260. To register for the session as well as to obtain additional information pertaining to the session, please view the attached flyer.
Fulton County Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Outreach
East Point Branch Library
Fairburn Hobgood-Palmer Branch Library
Thursday, March 22, 2018
3900 Aviation Circle NW
Atlanta. GA 30336
Keiwit is hosting an outreach event to highlight two upcoming packages: Marta’s Public Address System and Marta’s Electronic Signage (click here for flyer). The event will take place on March 20, 2018 from 9am to 11am at Marta headquarters. The address is 2424 Piedmont Rd, NE Atlanta, GA 30324. For more information about the event and the trades that will be utilized, please view the attached flyer. To register for the event, please email MartaESPA@kiewit.com by March 16, 2018. Good luck!
NCMA Purchashing Month & Small Business Networking Event
March 21, 2018 5-8:00 pm
Click here for details.
2nd Annual Business Opportunity Reverse
Trade Show – March 28th
Presented by DeKalb County Purchasing Department
Click here for more information.
“How to Do Business with DeKalb County Clinic” Friday, March 9, 2017
Construction Ready HIRING FAIR this week in Atlanta.
It’s Time to Sign up!
(18) Westside Works Graduates 261 Joseph E Lowery Blvd. NW Atlanta, GA 30314 on:
this Thursday MARCH 1, 2018
Click here to sign up for Westside Works Hiring Fair: https://goo.gl/75ixz
(16) Build Cobb Graduates 3110 Sports Ave SE Smyrna, GA 30080 on:
next Thursday MARCH 8, 2018
Click here to sign up for Build Cobb Hiring Fair https://goo.gl/EkxgSf
Employers may attend anytime between the hours or 8:00am – 3:00pm to interview Graduates on March 1st for Westside Works & March 8th for Build Cobb.
Graduates are “Trained, Credentialed and Ready for Work”
How to Do Business with the Government
Preconstruction Meet & Greet -Redmond Regional Medical Center Expansion/Renovation Project
You are invited to attend a Preconstruction Meet & Greet scheduled at Redmond Regional Medical Center located at 501 Redmond Road, Rome, Georgia 30165 on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. The event will take place in the Computer Physician Order Entry Room.
Batten & Shaw, Inc. and HCA will host the upcoming meeting for Rome, Georgia and surrounding area businesses interested in contracting opportunities associated with Redmond Regional Medical Center Expansion/Renovation Project.
The project will consist of expansion and renovation of the existing surgery department at Redmond Regional Medical Center. Three Thoracic Operating Rooms will be removed and replaced with two new Thoracic Operating Rooms. There will be four new general operating rooms and required support space added to the faculty. The existing pre-op space will be added to the central sterile department and the new pre-op will be moved to the existing special procedures and CT scan area. Two new pre-op beds will be added to the overall count. The existing central sterile department will be expanded and receive new equipment. Existing support spaced and nurse stations will also be renovated.
Bid Packages associated with the project include the following:
Demolition · Final Cleaning · Site Utilities · Landscaping & Irrigation · Earthwork · EIFS · Concrete
Lightweight Insulating Concrete · Structural Steel & Misc. Steel · Plumbing/HVAC · Electrical/Fire/Alarm ·
Low Voltage/Security · Fire Suppression System · Millwork · Firestopping · Insulation · Expansion Joints · Fireproofing · Roofing ·Glass/Glazing · Door & Hardware · Flooring/Tiling · Landscaping · Drywall · Painting · Wall Protection · Signage · Toilet Accessories · Misc. Specialties · Test & Balance · Window Treatments
Batten & Shaw, Inc. and HCA are strongly committed to the development and implementation of initiatives which promote the inclusion of all local construction-related businesses with an emphasis on minority and women-owned enterprise firms. Please join us at the Preconstruction Meet & Greet to explore more opportunities associated with this upcoming project.
For more information regarding prequalification, bid packages or bid documents, please contact:
Mike Ford, Senior Estimator at 615-292-2400 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your company is interested in attending the upcoming Redmond Regional Medical Center Project Meet & Greet, please RSVP no later than Friday, February 23, 2018 to email@example.com or call (615) 941-8396.
Cobb County Purchasing is partnering with the National Contract Management Association to have a Purchasing Month Reception & Small Business Networking event on Wednesday, March 21.
The goal of this event is two-fold, (1) to celebrate and show appreciation to metro Atlanta government procurement professionals and (2) to provide a place for small businesses to network with each other, prime contractors and local government representatives in an effort to get information about upcoming business opportunities and to build long term professional collaborative relationships.
And Finally, The Minority Household – Minority Business Connection by Dr. Fred McKinney, Tuck MBP at Dartmouth University
In September of 2017, the Census Bureau released a report showing that African American household income was the only major ethnic group that experienced a decline in inflation adjusted income since 2000. In 2016, Median African American household income was $39,000 compared to median household income of $47,000, $65,000, and $81,000 for Hispanics, Whites. and Asians, respectively
The question of why these differences continue to exist is a subject of study of a small army of sociologists and economists, so I will not jump into this debate. But I wonder how much of the explanation is related to the other fact that minority businesses also tend to be smaller than businesses owned by whites. According to the Minority Business Development Agency, The median gross receipts of Black firms with employees was $947,905 compared to $1,321,717, $1,304,571 and $2,337,983 for Hispanic owned, White owned and Asian owned businesses with employees, respectively.
As statisticians like to remind us, correlation is not causation. In fact, the connection between household income and business income could go in either direction or in both directions. Lower household income leads to lower levels of wealth accumulation and lower levels of wealth restrict the size of new ventures. It is also true that smaller businesses generate less income for their owners. The direction of the connection is perhaps less important than the reality that Black and minority entrepreneurs continue to own significantly smaller businesses and earn less income in lower-income communities.
In addition to these connections, lower incomes of Black and Hispanic households and businesses are a further restriction on businesses. Black and Hispanic consumers in most urban communities are underserved in many industries, from food stores, banks, general retail, healthcare and other services, because the grass is greener in other communities.
The solution to these problems begin with an acknowledgement that there is a problem. After this acknowledgement, the solution might require a Marshall Plan-like response. It is obvious because of the “stickiness” of this problem that expecting these differences to disappear on their own is unrealistic. For decades, we have under-invested in urban communities. I think it is time for this to change.
In your service,
Sundial Brands Announces Their Support for 10 Scholarships for Tuck Minority Business Programs
Tuck Minority Business Program alum Richelieu Dennis of Sundial Brands increased their commitment to minority business development and the Tuck Minority Business Program by providing 10 scholarships for minority firms to attend Tuck Minority Business programs in 2018.
Thank you Mr. Dennis. You are a shining example for all of our alumni.
For more information on the scholarship application process give Jade Melvin a call at 603-646-8412 or email her at Jade.A.Melvin@Tuck.Dartmouth.edu
ATL Business Diversity is hosting a series of training classes targeted towards doing business with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The first class, titled “How to do Business with the Airport”, is scheduled for February 14, 2018 from 8:30 – 10:30AM at the Hartsfield-Jackson Technical Campus, 1255 South Loop Road, College Park, GA 30337. Open the attached flyer for more information, upcoming classes, and to register for the event at ATLBTS.eventbrite.com.
The below opportunity is a perfect for anyone who enjoys working with children and wants to help introduce students to construction.
AGC Georgia’s Foundation recently provided seed money to help create after school Construction Clubs at elementary schools that feed into Roswell High School. Two new programs are modeled after a very successful one at Mimosa Elementary. I visited this program last year and was very impressed with how much the children are learning. — Watch this short video clip and you’ll be inspired!
We are in URGENT need for volunteers to introduce elementary students to woodworking skills. The program’s director, Jeffrey Prothero, has asked me to help find 5 – 6 volunteers to make a 3-4 week commitment working one day a week for 75 minutes in the classroom (this equates to volunteering for 75 minutes for one day a week over a 3-4 week period.)
The job consist of helping safely keep the students on track while building their small woodworking projects. That’s all. No construction background is necessary, but it’s a bonus if we get pros or handy do-it-yourselfers.
The only MUST is that volunteers have to love kids and have genuine desire to help out. Volunteers need to be in the classroom by 2:15 pm (that gets you to the school 15 minutes before club begins) and the volunteers can leave at 3:45pm.
Volunteers will work in ONE of three Roswell elementary schools, each of which holds Construction Club one day a week. The schedule is:
- Tuesdays at Mountain Park Elementary
- Wednesdays at Mimosa Elementary
- Thursday at Vickery Mill Elementary
The clubs are currently working on building toolboxes. The immediate need begins next week on February 13 and runs through the week beginning March 6.
Please contact Jeffrey “J” Prothero for more information at 724-651-1499.
PLEASE CONSIDER HAVING A SUPERINTENDENT, PROJECTMANAGER, OR ANY OTHER TEAM MEMBER WHO LOVES WORKING WITH CHILDREN VOLUNTEER.
If we grow the number of young children who are interested in construction, we’ll have more students enrolled in construction-focused courses in middle and high school – leading to a larger pool of individuals who will seek a career in construction. This is the most basic of the grassroots elements to building our industry’s sustainable skilled talent pipeline. Please consider making a difference – share this opportunity with your team and anyone know who lives or works around the Roswell area.
JE Dunn Construction will host an outreach event for the upcoming project “Aspen Heights student housing/parking garage for Georgia State University.” This outreach event will be held on February 15THfrom 9:00am-11:00am at the JE Dunn office. Anticipated participants are urged to register online at https://aspenheightsgsuoutreach.eventbrite.com.
This outreach event is in conjunction with the Atlanta Public Schools outreach event.
Please find the attached flyer for communication correspondence.
The DeKalb County Government Department of Purchasing and Contracting will hold a Clinic on conducting business with the County on Friday, February 9, 2018 from 10:00 – 11:30AM at the Department of Watershed Management Conference Room A, 4572 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032. Please view the attached flyer for contact and additional information.
DBE Goal Notice To The Public
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has published its proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Goal. Please review the attached document for more information and how you may be able to comment on the goal methodology.
2018 GA CareerExpo Hiring Fair: Employer Participation
The 2018 Georgia CareerExpo is hosting a state-wide hiring fair on March 22nd – 23rd in partnership with the GA Dept. of Economic Development – High Demand Career Initiative Construction Task Force, GADOE, Technical College System of Georgia, SkillsUSA, CEFGA’s K12 Pipeline, and multiple trade associations.
One of the primary challenges in building our workforce pipeline is job-site mobility. CEFGA will use the information provided to match local talent out of CEFGA’s K12 Pipeline and Technical College System of GA to your local projects.
The GA CareerExpo and SkillsUSA state competitions will be a gathering of hundreds of the top young skilled trade talent in the state competing in over 20 construction related contests. They will be joined by thousands of their peers enrolled in construction classes around the state.
CEFGA would like to provide employers the opportunity to interview and hire students/graduates on-site. Many will be 18+ and ready for full-time work. Others will be 16-17 and looking for summer work and Work Based Learning opportunities when they return to school. CEFGA can train your HR personnel on how to hire these students legally and even receive a Workers’ Comp incentive to do so. If your company would like to participate, please fill out the information.
Your input is needed for the Fulton County 2018 Disparity Study Public Hearing
Tuesday, January 23
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Aviation Community Cultural Center
3900 Aviation Circle NW
Atlanta, GA 30336
Click here for additional information
City of Atlanta Small Business Development Program 2018
Atlanta Public Schools Outreach Event
ESDC – New Elementary School for the Douglass Cluster
Tuskegee Airman Global Academy
Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 9:00 am – 11:00 am
JE Dunn Construction, 2555 Cumberland Parkway SE, Atlanta, GA
Please bring company marketing material and business cards
Contact Cherelle Cortez at 678.781.2574 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.