Upcoming Events in the Community

American Drama Group

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Coming in 2018: Romeo and Juliet, and Fahrenheit 451.  Further details are available at

Ming Announcements for January

Internship Opportunities - The following organizations are looking for appropriate Praktikum/Internship positions for their university students.

  • New European College (NEC), Wolfsrathauser Strasse 84, 81379 München - Students are seeking internship positions for the period March through the end of July in the following business areas:  sales, marketing, corporate social responsibility, corporate communications, finance, human resources.  Further details appear in the attachment.  The NEC contact is Yana Immis - E-mail -
  • University of Cincinnati (via the Munich-Cincinnati Sister Cities Association) - Prof Gayle Elliott of the University of Cincinnati is seeking internship positions in Germany for 8 engineering students - 4 are majoring in biomedical engineering, the others in electrical, mechanical and aeronautical engineering. The students are well-prepared for the international assignment. Before working in Germany they will have completed the following:
    • Three years of academic work in their engineering, business, design or architecture discipline.
    • Over 250 hours of German language and culture instruction.
    • Eight to twelve months of discipline-related work with an employer in the US.

The students are available to work in internships from 15.January – 17.August 2018. The contact person is Prof Gayle Elliott - E-mail:

If you have ideas or channels for recommending appropriate internship assignments, please advise the indicated contact persons.  Please note we are already in contact with the management team at Bio-M in Martinsried on the biomedical engineers.  


American Citizen Services Department

Program Meeting - January 2017

Please join us on January 18th at 6:30pm for a very informative evening with US State Department Vice Consul - Devin Cahill. Ms. Cahill will offer us an inside look into what happens in the American Consulate in Munich in terms of the American Citizen Services Department. This will be a great opportunity for you to ask any questions that you should have about being an American Citizen living abroad.

Ms. Devin Cahill is the American Citizen Services (ACS) Chief at the U.S. Consulate in Munich, Germany, where she is posted for two years. Her first tour was in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico where she worked in Non-Immigrant Visas, Immigrant Visas and American Citizen Services (ACS).

Ms. Cahill has a BA from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and an MA from the Institute of Development Policy & Management at the University of Antwerp in Belgium. She is originally from Chicago, Illinois.

For more information, please contact our club president at: