Virtual Education for Businesses and Local Governments

Register for an upcoming session or watch previously recorded sessions. Our virtual resources are free of charge and feature expertise from regional planning professionals.

Upcoming Webinars

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the public education sector upside-down. From massive state budget cuts to safely re-opening schools for the 2020-21 school year, many questions abound. This webinar looks of the most pressing:

  • How might your local public school system handle this adversity?
  • What are some of the tactics being used around the region and around the world?
  • How will public colleges and universities get back to “normal,” or will they?
  • How does one of the state’s leading colleges of education prepare its students for teaching in unpredictable, turbulent times?
  • What can parents, students, and the community do to better support our education system now and in the future?

Past Webinars

This webinar will educate attendees about the wide-ranging ways that ARC works with older individuals and aging providers in the 10 counties — and what’s available to them — including Empowerline, whose website and phoneline provide free, helpful resources regarding issues from transportation, to housing, to help caring for loved ones.

NOTICE: Gov. Brian Kemp has extended a public health emergency declaration and a statewide shelter-in-place order for older adults and medically fragile residents through June 12.

The Atlanta Regional Commission office at 229 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, is closed to the public until further notice. All employees are working remotely and conducting business operations. ARC employees can be contacted directly during normal business hours. However, if you need immediate assistance call 404-463-3100.

If you are seeking resources for older persons and individuals with disabilities, contact us at404-463-3333 or visit empowerline.org.

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