BSV Annual Oktoberfest
8 County Street, Walpole, MA
Saturday, September 7th
Come join the Boylston Schul Verein for their annual Oktoberfest! The entrance fee is $10.00 per person. Reduced price pre-sale individual and group tickets are available at Eventbrite. Entrance fee has to be paid in cash only at the gate. Children under 12 have free entrance. Unfortunately, we can not allow dogs (with the exception of service dogs), outside liquor, beer, soda or food to be brought onto the premises. While we allow pop up tents and lawn chairs to be brought in, we do reserve the right to ask you take them down, in case we need the space to accommodate more guests. Thank you for understanding.More information can be found here
Bayerischer Biergarten – Oans, zwoa, gsuffa!
8 County Street, Walpole, MA
Friday, September 20th
We will close out the season in style, with entertainment provided by The Bavarian Brothers, food by TJ’s Food & Spirits, and of course German Oktoberfest beers. TJ’s will be serving up a $20 per plate buffet featuring Roasted Pig stuffed with Porketta, Roast Chicken, Roast Potatoes, Vegetables, Garden Salad, and Cornbread.
Wear your Dirndl or Lederhosen and celebrate the last official Biergarten of the season in style – Bavarian style! The outside bar will be open, in addition to beer we will be serving wine, liquor and non-alcoholic drinks. More information can be found here.
Supply Chain Finance: How Does Siemens Improve Supplier Relationships?
In Person Presentation: 155 Seaport Boulevard in Boston
Wednesday, September 11th
Speaker: Doug Schoch, Vice President, Siemens Financial Services, Inc.
Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is an important part of Siemens’ initiative to improve working capital and manage supply chain risk. Doug Schoch is responsible for the implementation and growth of the Siemens Supply Chain Finance program in North America. He will present the program and discuss the direction of this industry as a whole.
The SCFprogram makes use of a technology platform that links Siemens and its suppliers and sub-contractors to cost-effective financing. This program has been growing at a healthy rate over the past five years and is continuing to expand into different markets. The nature of supply chain, especially for a global powerhouse such as Siemens, is extremely complex. The international aspects present many challenges when bridging different cultures and countries. How does Siemens work to overcome those challenges and where is most of the growth taking place?
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Oktoberfest, a GABC Favorite
Wednesday, September 25th
Democracy Brewing, 35 Temple Place in Downtown Boston
Celebrate this year’s Oktoberfest with us at Democracy Brewery, a cool new brewery reminiscent of a German-style beerhall right in the heart of Downtown Boston. We have our own private room, Democracy Brewing’s beer will be flowing and we will have German-style food to accompany our festivities! Stay tuned for details on the menu and the beer choices!
This event is a GABC favorite — don’t miss it and buy your tickets early!
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Career Day: Studying and Working in Germany
Goethe Institut Boston
Friday, October 4th
A great and informative event for any of our alumni.
The PASCH Alumni Network event and Career Fair weekend at the Goethe-Institut will be held in Boston from October 4 to the 5th.
This PASCH Alumni Network event and Career Fair weekend at the Goethe-Institut in Boston will be held from October 4 to October 5. Here you can gain more information regarding career and educational possibilities in Germany, different exchange programs, and hear from others who have gone through the process. To find out more information please click here. Please email email@example.com to RSVP
German American Economic Forum #GAEF2019
Northeastern University, East Village Conference Center, 17th Floor, 291 St. Botolph Street, Boston
Friday, October 18th, 2019
GABC proudly presents the German American Economic Forum with a speaker line. up of high level executives and scientists. This is a flagship event for the GABC. You can find more information (including speakers) here.
Goethe Institut Boston
Friday, November 1st
In May of 2019 the Goethe-Institut launched the digital Kinderuniversity in the USA at its very own sustainability summit in Chicago. The Kinderuni is now open to everyone, and we aim to make it an important pillar of our language work in the years to come.
As we promote this new platform across the US, we want go beyond just telling you how great the Kinderuni is, we want to invite you to actually see and experience it in person. That is why we want to invite you and your students to our Kinderuniversity-Fest „A world of learning“ at MIT in Cambridge on Nov. 1 of this year.
At this event you will not just be able to sign up and learn about how to best use and benefit from the Kinderuni, you will also have the chance to participate in all sorts of interactive workshops revolving around STEM-topics and German. We even aim to invite the President of Germany to attend the event and speak to the kids!
The theme of our Kinderuniversity-Fest, „a world of learning“, will be visible in all events and activities that day: We will encourage students to look beyond their community and invite them to learn about all the opportunities that come with learning a foreign language, going abroad, and experiencing different cultures.
We will follow up with more information as it becomes available, and we would love for you and your students to become part of our „world of learning“!