There are currently two internationally-owned companies located in Cherokee County. Those companies are:
KTH Leesburg Products – Omiya, Japan (parent company is H-One)
Prince Minerals – Arnhem, Netherlands
English classes are offered through the Adult Education department of Gadsden State Community College – Cherokee. The classes are offered at the college's Centre campus.
Japan-America Society of Alabama
The Japan-America Society of Alabama is a private, not-for-profit association that encourages better understanding of the two different cultures. The association provides educational and networking programs. Visit the association's website, for more information.
Huntsville Japanese Supplementary School
UAH Business Administration Building
301 Sparkman Drive NW
Huntsville, AL 35899
This Japanese Saturday School near Cherokee County provides cultural education and opportunities for Japanese students. The school’s programs encourage its students to understand and maintain ties with their Japanese heritage and alleviate cultural shock when students return to Japan.
Alabama Germany Partnership
This state association provides resources and networking opportunities for businesses and individuals with ties to Germany. The association also provides culture exchange opportunities between Alabama and German companies. Visit the association's website, for more information.