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The Atlanta BeltLine
Where Atlanta Comes Together. Learn more
Places to Go
Parks & Trails
The Southwest Connector Spur Trail is the hilliest of the four trail segments, and the perfect training area for the Atlanta Triathlon Kids. Check out the latest “Life On the Atlanta BeltLine” video, highlighting a special bond between these young people and the Atlanta Police Department’s dedicated Path Force Unit. Watch now →
Located in ABP’s Stoveworks offices with direct access to the Eastside Trail, the Center is funded by private philanthropy and offers a place for people to learn about the Atlanta BeltLine through exhibits, interactive displays and programs that highlight the project’s history, scope and impact. Learn more.
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Companions on our journey:
- PROGRAMS // First Source Hiring Agreement
First Source Hiring Agreement
Connecting Employers to Job Seekers along the Atlanta BeltLine
The Atlanta BeltLine works to connect builders of Atlanta BeltLine projects with job seekers in Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. To that end, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. created a jobs policy in conjunction with the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency.
Builders who are paid by Tax Allocation District proceeds must sign and adhere to the Atlanta BeltLine first source hiring agreement, which stipulates that new hires must first be recruited from within Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. The goal is to give residents of the immediate area a head start on applying before positions are opened to the general public.
For additional information on the Atlanta BeltLine First Source Hiring Policy, please contact:
Jobs Training ClassesIn partnership with the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency, the Atlanta BeltLine offers training for residents seeking opportunities in construction and other industries.
Workforce PartnershipsBy putting community and business leaders together with residents, the Atlanta BeltLine is facilitating a new model for employment synchronization.
Live-Work CommunitiesMore than 40 organizations are working together to implement a framework that connects residents with jobs along the Atlanta BeltLine.
Workforce Resources and DocumentsAll current meeting notes sub-committee notes, presentations, and related resources – are listed here.
- Connecting Residents to Workforce Opportunities
- Atlanta BeltLine Workforce Partnership in Healthcare Application Deadline is May 28
- President Cites Atlanta BeltLine Workforce Partnership in Healthcare as National Model
- Participants Complete First Phase of Atlanta BeltLine Workforce Partnership in Healthcare
- Workforce Partnership Program in Healthcare
- Greenworks Training Program Prepares Residents for Jobs
- Mayor Kasim Reed Honors the First Graduating Class of the Atlanta BeltLine Greenspace Job Training Program