Industry insider Lorna Wilson will share the basics of the moviemaking business at a July 9 workshop at the Clayton State Small Business Development Center in Morrow.
Owners of new and existing businesses can attend the ACC Business Services' “Celebrate Your Independence” campaign and event on July 9.
Students considering Georgia Piedmont Technical College can attend open houses on June 25 at the DeKalb and South DeKalb campuses to learn about programs and course offerings.
Certified teachers must pre-register to attend a DeKalb School District job fair on June 28 at district headquarters in Stone Mountain.
Electrical contractors in the state have until June 30 to renew their professional licenses. There are 9,221 electrical contractors currently licensed in Georgia.
Summer lifeguards are still being hired by DeKalb County for the 2016 swim season. All applicants must be age 18 or older.
Moody's Investors Service has assigned an MIG 1 to DeKalb County's $90 million Tax Anticipation Notes, Series 2016.
Interested residents can join business leaders for a special town hall meeting on June 20 to discuss the outlook on the Georgia economy for 2030.
Clarence Boone of the DeKalb Convention & Visitors Bureau talks tourism and the film industry on June 15 at the Greater Lithonia Chamber of Commerce Third Wednesday luncheon.
Weekday volunteers are needed for the Friends of Refugees' Cafe Clarkston employment assistance center.
DeKalb's Mobile Career Center is offering assistance to residents interested in applying for the county's summer internship program in addition to job search help.
The city of Lithonia is hosting a series of workshops, a clothing drive, and a summer job fair to help unemployed residents get back into the work force.
Six new or expanded businesses have opened in Stone Mountain Village since March, compared with one during the same time period in 2015.
Keysight Technologies, a leading provider of electronic design and test software, equipment and services, will open an operation in Atlanta, creating more than 200 software engineering jobs and representing an investment of $13.9 million.
More than 9,000 new employers have used the Georgia Department of Labor’s Online Tax Registration System to set up unemployment insurance tax accounts.