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Gwinnett Tech Students Earn Perfect Score


Gwinnett Technical College, one of Georgia’s largest technical colleges, has announced that for their third year running, students in their Surgical Technology Program have achieved a 100-percent pass rate on the Certified Surgical Technologist exam- a test that assesses practical knowledge and...

Blue Cross and Blue Shield Adding 750 Jobs in Georgia


Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Gerogia is adding 750 jobs at its Atlanta and Columbus locations, with 400 of the positions allotted for Columbus, announced WTVM.com. The jobs are being created to help support the State Health Benefit Plan members. "In this time of economic recovery, it is...

Business is Booming: Georgia Made Beer & Wine [AUDIO]


There are more breweries in the U.S. than at any time since the early 1800's. Meanwhile, Georgia wine is making a long-awaited comeback. And tours of Georgia wineries and breweries are gowing fast.  This week on Georgia Works Radio we talk to: Eric Seifarth the President of the Georgia Wine...

Hiring for TomorrowWorld begins Friday


TomorrowWorld is gearing up for their first international debut here in Georgia, and that means they are beginning to hire for the September 27-29 festival. The job fair begins Friday and goes through Sunday. Different positions to be filled are cooks, servers, hosts, bartenders, dishwashers,...

PulteGroup, Inc. Hiring in Atlanta


PulteGroup, Inc., is moving its headquarters to the Buckhead District of Atlanta. PulteGroup, Inc. is one of the largest housing builders in the nation and has been homebuilding for over 60 years. They are currently accepting resumes online for the following positions:   Finance and...

U.S. Home Builders Confident


A new report shows confidence among U.S. home builders has reached its highest level since late 2005. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index has jumped to 59 this month from 56 in July. The increase in sentiment marks the fourth consecutive monthly gain. The...

Trident Seafoods to Creat 175 Jobs in Carroll County


Carroll County is soon to be home to Trident Seafoods, the largest vertically integrated seafood harvesting and processing company in North America, announced Governor Nathan Deal in a recent press release. The new plant will create 175 jobs and is a $41 million investment in the state of Georgia...

SCAD Offers New Film and Television Degrees


The Savannah College of Art and Design announced that it will now be offering two new degree programs at its Atlanta location beginning this fall: the Master of Arts and the Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television. Previously, the programs were only offered at the Savannah location. The film...

Virtual College Fair for Military Students and Veterans Set for September


Military Friendly Schools® represents the top U.S. colleges, universities and trade schools that offer military students, spouses and veterans the best educational services, programs, scholarships and discounts. Military Friendly Schools ® announced this week that the Student Veterans of America...

Georgia Schools of Excellence Named


The Georgia Department of Education has named the 2012 Georgia Schools of Excellence of Student Achievement. The Schools of Excellence are chosen from each Congressional District and are divided into two categories: the Highest Performing and the Highest Progress. The Highest Performing Schools...

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