Airport Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Delta Variant Causing Concerns with In-Person Workforces - New Research Reveals COVID-19 Delta Variant is Causing Rising Concerns Among Employees with In-Person Work Wednesday, September 8th, 2021  New research from Paychex, Inc., the HR software and services company that provides the power of simplicity for increasingly complex workplaces, reveals that nearly one-third of employees say their comfort level with in-person work has decreased due... Read more »
  • Georgia Power Supports STEM Scholarships - Georgia Power Supports STEM Scholarships Through the American Association of Blacks in Energy Georgia Power continued its support of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) scholarships through the Atlanta chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE). The $15,000 donation will be integral in helping students pursue STEM careers in the energy industry... Read more »
  • GovConPay Joins Strategic Development Think Tank to Help Minority Businesses Grow -   The ATL Airpot Chamber is pleased to report that the U.S. Airports Economic Ecosystems Development Program (AEEDP) continues to build strategic alliances with corporations and organizations seeking to help women, minority and veteran-owned firms grow. The goal of our Strategic Development Think Tank is to get 1500 women and veteran-owned businesses securely past the... Read more »
  • The Difference Between COVID-19 ‘Third Doses’ and ‘Boosters’ - As hospitalizations surge nationwide due to unvaccinated patients with COVID-19, vaccines are a crucial tool to prevent severe disease and overwhelmed hospital systems. More than 378 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have already been administered in the U.S., and many fully vaccinated individuals are now asking questions about how to further boost their immunity.... Read more »
  • Clayton State University Addresses Technology Workforce Needs - The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents recently approved a new graduate program at Clayton State University. The Master of Science in Cyber Technology (MSCT), designed to address the local and national cyber workforce shortage, will provide both traditional students and working adults with the skills and training needed to advance their careers or... Read more »