German Consulate New York

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On this website you will find information on Germany, the consular services we provide and German-related news and events in the Tri-State-Area.
The Consulate General’s area of jurisdiction covers Bermuda, Connecticut (Fairfield County), New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. 

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Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Offers an Academic Year Abroad in Germany

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Offers an Academic Year Abroad in Germany. 250 scholarships are available from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to fully fund students for an academic year of study and cultural immersion.

Leadership

Consul General Brita Wagener Discusses Gender Equality in the Workplace with Female Leadership from New York City

The installation of the first female pastor of the German Evangelical-Lutheran Church of St. Paul’s was the perfect occasion for a discussion about women in leadership

Fall of the Wall

Fall of the Wall

The year 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall - a monumental day in German history.

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New York City’s First German School Officially Opens its Doors

Parents and children seeking German education in New York City have a new destination. Since the beginning of the 2014 school year, German School Brooklyn offers K through 2 classes. During the official opening ceremony, Consul General Brita Wagener underlined the importance of German schools for Germany’s cultural outreach.

Parade

German Consulate at the Steuben Parade

"Zeche Zollverein“ and the town of Lübeck: these two Unesco World Heritage Sites were the theme of the German Consulate General’s float at this year’s 57th Annual Steuben Parade.

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Opportunity for trip to Germany for high school STEM students

The Goethe-Institut invites high school students who are interested in science to discover Germany! Twelve talented young scientists will have the opportunity to travel to Germany from November 28 - December 7, 2014 and learn what it has to offer.

Rally against anti-Semitism

Rally Against Anti-Semitism: “Jewish Life Belongs in Germany”

Some 8,000 people gathered in the heart of Berlin on September 15 in a public demonstration of solidarity with Germany’s Jewish population and against anti-Semitism. Top political and religious leaders took part in the event, which was organized by the Central Council of Jews in Germany.

The Consul General

Brita Wagener

Brita Wagener

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Special Announcement

The Consulate will be closed in observance of the Day of German Unity on Friday, October 3, 2014.

Video Archive

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CrossCulture: Intercultural Dialogue with the Islamic World

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Genscher and the Refugees at the Prague Embassy in 1989

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Stumbling Blocks - Commemorate Nazi Victims

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“Made in Germany” – The Future of the Brand

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Destination Germany: Sailing in Brandenburg

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Learning German at PASCH schools

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A World Cup Living Room in your Local Football Stadium

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Saving the Angkor Wat Temple Complex Anmoderation: The

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Commemorating the fall of the Berlin wall 25 years ago

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The Golden Letter from Myanmar

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21st International Festival of Animated Film in Stuttgart

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Comedy in Germany

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Berlinale 2014 – European Film Market sets a new record

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Food Safety in Germany - One Focus of Green Week 2014

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German Beer - Centuries of Tradition

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Christmas Markets – a German Tradition

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Germany celebrates 40 years as a member of the UN

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Elections in Germany

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Best of Germany: Riesling Wine

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Castle Country

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Excellence Initiative

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Studying in Germany

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Berlinale 2013

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Berlin's Fashion Scene

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Life in Berlin

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Oktoberfest Munich

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12th International Literature Festival in Berlin

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Conference on Internet and Human Rights

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Festival Culture in Germany

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Franco-German Youth Office

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Gamescom 2012 Cologne

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The International German Olympiad 2012

Wanted: Interpreters

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The Protocol Department at the German Consulate General is currently looking for qualified, experienced freelance interpreters (both GER>ENG and ENG>GER), primarily for interpretation at official economic and political meetings.

Please contact Kirsten Moosburner at germanconsulatenyc[at]gmail.com with your CV, certifications, and references. Please be sure to put "Interpreter" in the subject line.

Please note that this is not a position at the Consulate, and that services will be requested only as needed.

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