We believe nurturing and serving our community is essential
Keeping with eHire’s relationship-based recruiting methodology, we strive to be an active and respected member of the community. Beyond professional and networking events, eHire tries to give as much back to the community as we draw from it. If you would like to know how to become more involved or would like to tell us about a new opportunity please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
eHire founded The Atlanta Big Data User Group to create a community dedicated to promoting the technologies, practices and innovations needed for organizations to get maximum value from massive amounts of data. We are at the epicenter of the Big Data revolution, and the intent of the group is to explore technology and discuss, discover and communicate how Big Data solutions can advance and support every industry.
eHire created The Atlanta User Experience Group (AUX) to unite members of the UX community. From information architects to designers to coders, this group provides a place for UX professionals to meet new people, exchange ideas, & learn new things.
eHire is the founder and proud sponsor of the Atlanta Spring User Group. ASUG is the first user group created to support the growing Spring community in the Atlanta area. Our goal is to provide the latest information about Spring and Spring related technologies while connecting the community. @ATLspring
eHire created The Atlanta Titanium Developers' group to bring together Atlanta's growing mobile development community. Our goal is to provide the latest information about Titanium and other mobile related technologies while creating opportunities for community members to network.
Get Fit - Give Back. eHire formed Geek Warriors to combine our passion of fitness with our committment to the community, We are passionate about technology, health, and fitness. Our mission is to provide a platform for technologists to socialize and encourage one another's fitness while giving back to the community. We host several events throughout the year.
TAG is dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state’s technology industry and provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital, education and giving. TAG also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities.
Metro Atlanta Chamber mobilizes and connects the business community to drive economic development and public policies that promote sustainable growth.
Venture Atlanta is an exciting two day event that includes nationally recognized speakers, Georgia’s best and brightest in company presentations and numerous networking opportunities. Attendees include venture capitalists, investment bankers/investors, entrepreneurs, service providers and technology executives.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is a start-up accelerator that helps Georgia technology entrepreneurs launch and build successful companies.
The Association of Information Technology Professionals is a professional association that focuses on information technology education for business professionals.
Women in Technology (WIT) passionately supports women at every stage of their STEM careers - from the classroom to the boardroom. We do this by telling the stories of successful women and halping more women write their own. WIT has become the largest most active organization of it's kind in the region.
Mobility LIVE! brings together key thought leaders and decision makers in the areas of mobile technology standards, strategies and innovations. Tap into the mobile industry and learn how to leverage the power of mobility through interactive programs. Mobility LIVE! is co-locating with GSMA Mobile 360 - North America for the second year in a row.
High Tech Ministries creates business environments where people can explore faith within the workplace. This includes the annual High Tech Prayer Breakfast, Serve@Work community service projects, Grace@Work Bible studies, and the HTM Classic Golf Tournament.
StartupChicks was founded by local Atlanta entrepreneur, Jen Bonnett to help foster female entrepreneurship in technology. With 3000 members worldwide, startup chicks has created a global community of female founders and has made a major impact. We are proud to support Jen and StartupChicks and believe in the mission.
Hands On Atlanta is a non-profit organization that helps individuals, families and corporate and community groups find flexible volunteer opportunities at more than 400 service organizations and schools.
Trees Atlanta has inspired thousands of Atlanta citizens to advocate for better tree ordinances to protect the city’s urban landscape, an integral action that has resulted in Trees Atlanta becoming one of the most widely known and supported non-profits throughout metro-Atlanta, and a highly regarded community steward of our urban environment.
Christmas Kindness is a PRUMC ministry that offers a dignified way for Atlantans in need to bring Christmas to their homes. We make available toys, coats and household items so families and individuals can share in the joy of the holiday, while living within their means. 500 volunteers serve approximately 550 families and individuals at our December Shop, making Christmas bright for over 1000 children in our community.