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UGA's College of Engineering Enrollment Growing


The College of Engineering at the University of Georgia became official in the fall of 2012. In a year's time, the college grew by nearly 50 percent, reports the Athens Banner-Herald. Enrollment is just shy of 1,000 but is expected to grow between 1,400 and 1,500 in the next couple of years,...

AT&T Hiring Veterans


More than 3,600 veterans have started new careers with AT & T this year. Because the newly hired veterans' skills have turned out to be such a good fit for the company, AT & T has doubled its original hiring goal to 10,000 veterans and their family members over the next 5 years. "We're...

UGA Hiring More Faculty


The University of Georgia is hiring sixteen new faculty positions. The faculty hirings have been created through a $2.2 million interdisciplinary hiring initiative with the goal of enhancing teaching, service and research in fields that are of emerging statewide and global significance, reports...

Gwinnett Tech and SPSU Earn High Rankings


Gwinnett Technical College and Southern Polytechnic State University have made the Top 10 list of “Top Schools for Construction Management Degrees” by Rock and Dirt, a blog serving the construction equipment industry, reported the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The rankings were compiled by the...

Birch Communications Creating 50 New Jobs


Birch Communications, Headquartered in Atlanta, has announced they will be adding 50 new employees to their staff, with many openings based out of Macon. They are an IP-based communications and cloud service provider to small and medium sized businesses. “At Birch, we welcome talented individuals...

New Robotics Research at Georgia Tech


With Georgia Tech being one of the top premier robotics research universities in the nation, it is not surprising that they have announced a new research institute: The Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM). This is just one of ten Interdisciplinary Research Institutes launched...

Library Helping Community Find Jobs


The Gwinnett County Public Library and The Atlanta Regional Workforce has joined together to form the JobSmart Program. The JobSmart Program has a Mobile Career Lab that offers career guidance services to jobseekers in the community. There are career counselors available along with computer...

Georgia #1 in U.S for Business!


Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that one of his long term goals has finally been met. Georgia is now ranked as the best state in America to do business. Site Selection magazine, the leading economic development trade publication, has moved Georgia from its #5 ranking in 2012 to the #1 spot in 2013...

Kauffman Tire Hosting Job Fair


Kauffman Tire and South Georgia Technical College Americus campus will be hosting a job fair on Thursday, November 14th from 11am - 2pm and 4pm - 7pm at the John M. Pope Industrial Technology Center. Kauffman Tire is opening several new store locations: Cordele, Albany and Valdosta. They will be...

Duluth Home to New Food Processing Business


A planning and engineering firm exclusively to the food and beverage industries is opening a new location in Duluth. The Dennis Group, LLC, is expected to bring 35 jobs to Gwinnett County, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post. The Dennis Group was established in 1987 and currently has more than...

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