The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) is the private, independent non-profit created in 2005 to advance the Atlanta BeltLine vision. The Partnership’s staff works to enable the Atlanta BeltLine project [raise private sector capital], engage the public [grow civic support through programming and outreach], and empower the residents [provide positive socio-economic outcomes] living in the 45 Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods. As part of its empowerment mission, ABP works with numerous public, private, nonprofit and community-based partners to connect community residents to key partners that provide services and training to guide them through the workforce pipeline.
Workforce Empowerment Guide
Your Path to Opportunity Starts Here
Job growth in the City of Atlanta has created new opportunities in exciting fields like hospitality, construction and technology, but many people need new training and skills to take advantage of these opportunities.
Thanks to generous funding from the IHG Foundation and developed in partnership with the Metro Atlanta eXchange (MAX), this guide was created to make individuals aware of the resources available to help them gain the skills and training needed to guide them through the workforce pipeline. The guide provides a list of organizations and programs, including contact information and details on how to qualify for and obtain assistance.
This resource guide will help residents in Atlanta BeltLine communities connect with opportunities to
gain new, or improve existing, skills needed to compete for these jobs.
There are many organizations in the City of Atlanta that provide free or low-cost training to help people move into or advance their careers. This resource guide provides information that will help you identify those providers, understand the services they offer, and provide valuable information on how to access the programs.
While we have attempted to get the best, most up-to-date information, this resource guide is just the starting point. For the most up to date information visit: http://metroatlantaexchange.org/portal/.
Your journey can start here but will be most successful if you connect with the providers directly to get the most current information.