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Scott Henderson on Connecting Young Tech Talent to Atlanta’s Future

(Above) Tech Square’s ChooseATL Block Party assembled Georgia Tech students, innovation entrepreneurs and visitors in celebration of the neighborhood. By Patrick Adcock, Brand Communications, Metro Atlanta Chamber Metro Atlanta is transforming into a top tech market – inventing the tech of tomorrow while inspiring the young, disruptive minds that seek to improve our collective quality […]

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Educated Workforce Council talks early education and talent pipelines

This article is part of a continuing series of posts on the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s council groups. Learn more about the Chamber’s work by exploring these leadership councils and the impact they have on the metro region. The Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Educated Workforce Council met this month to discuss recent developments and activations in education […]

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Puerto Rico Needs Our Help to Stop Zika

By Dr. Judy Monroe The Zika outbreak continues to rapidly spread across the Caribbean. If Zika were an earthquake, Puerto Rico would be the U.S. epicenter, while Florida and other at-risk states on the mainland would be developing fault lines. To help Puerto Rico bolster its response to Zika, the U.S. Department of Health and […]