This video reel showcases the collaboration between www.iwish.ie based in Cork, Ireland with the San Francisco Cork Sister City. The Mayors of both cities celebrate this opportunity that supports the I Wish initiative that focuses on awareness and participation of girls ages 15-18 in STEM education. #IWish21 #GirlsinSTEM #SFCORK #SFGOV #CORKCITY
Lá Fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh!
Although we are not together in person, we have a lot to celebrate this #StPatricksDay
PERPLEXED BY BREXIT? Is the first in a series of webinars that will run the gamut of topics of great value to both San Francisco and Cork.
This installment is an in-depth discussion to better understand Ireland's view on Brexit with only weeks left in the crucial transition period. We were honored to have with us Ireland's top economists from EY Ireland.
In celebration of the vibrant Sister City relationship the Consulate General of Ireland in San Francisco, in partnership with the Cork Chamber of Commerce & Enterprise Ireland is delighted to present this collaborative speaker series with John Goulding, co-Founder & CEO of Workvivo & Conor Healy, CEO of the Cork Chamber of Commerce, in conversation with Jack Callaghan, SVP, Digital Technology at Enterprise Ireland, Seattle.
Here is a glimpse of some community events that the San Francisco Cork Sister City Committee participated in in celebration of St. Patrick's Day and our San Francisco - Irish heritage.
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
THIS EVENT HAS CONCLUDED
The San Francisco Cork Sister City is delighted to present an in-depth discussion to better understand Ireland's view on Brexit with only weeks left in the transition period.
We are honored to have with us, Simon MacAllister, Strategy and Transactions Partner in EY, who leads their Brexit response on the island of Ireland. Opening remarks and overview by Neil Gibson, Chief Economist for EY Ireland. This webinar will be moderated by Sean Randolph, Senior Director of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute.
The seemingly endless negotiations to rip Britain out of the EU continue! There are five main policy areas we need to watch Goods Trade, Services Trade, Immigration, Data and the Northern Ireland Protocol. The new relationship and agreements between the EU and the UK should become clear when the negotiations are complete at the end of November so this session could be perfectly timed! There will be changes after the transition period, whether or not an agreement is reached – what might they be and what do we need to prepare for in 2021? What impact, if any, will the incoming Biden Administration have on the final deal? This promises to be a lively and informative discussion and will allow you an opportunity to ask your pressing Brexit questions.
San Francisco Cork Sister City Committee's inaugural debut to march in the168th San Francisco
St. Patrick’s Day Parade!
Saturday, March 16th, 2019
Chris Mocko will be representing the Olympic Club, the City of San Francisco and our Irish community in Cork City Marathon, June 4th, 2017. The Olympic Club magazine ran a feature story on Chris in the June issue (pg.8), including a piece about his upcoming trip to Cork. We wish him every success! https://issuu.com/olyclub/docs/0517_olympian_small
San Francisco Bay Area resident Chris Mocko finished first place in the Cork City Marathon 2017. Mr. Mocko, a member of the Olympic Club, participated in the marathon as part of a sister city exchange between San Francisco and Cork.
With 24 different countries and 47 nationalities represented, over 7500 participants took part in the Cork's Marathon, Half Marathon, Team Relay, Inter-Services Championships and Youth Challenge.
The San Francisco - Cork sister city relationship was formed in May 1984 by then Mayor Dianne Feinstein. In the more than 30 years of this sister city partnership, changes have taken place in virtually all areas of the community - sports, art, culture, education, government and business - all of which have contributed ti increased cross-cultural dialogue and understanding.