Apply to be an IAC Ambassador!

The Student Ambassadors act as liaisons between the college and prospective students and their families, guest, alumni, business partners, and friends of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. communicate the mission and culture of the College; strengthen our traditions; promote Georgia Tech pride; and encourage lifelong involvement with the College. Applications due October 21! For more information, please visit www.ambassadors.iac.gatech.edu

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Paid Canvassing for the Stacey Abrams Campaign

The Stacey Abrams campaign is looking to hire additional part-time Paid Canvassers to talk to voters all across Atlanta and the immediate surrounding areas. Pay is $15 an hour, and the shifts are five hours long.  Typical shift times are 3:00-8:00pm on weekdays, 10:00-3:00pm on Saturdays, and 12:00-5:00pm on Sundays as well as additional shifts.  As little as two shifts a week should be great.  Paid Canvassers are crucial to the campaign in talking to as many Georgians as possible. Everyone who is interested can email wmarchant3@gatech.edu with their name, number,…

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Sam Nunn Homecoming Keynote Speaker

A LIFETIME SEEKING PEACE THROUGH PUBLIC SERVICE WITH SAM NUNN Thursday, October 11, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Senator Nunn once said “You will find that everything in life exacts a price, and you will have to decide whether the price is worth the prize.” Join us as Emmy award-winning journalist, Georgia Tech Advisory Board Chair, and parent of two Tech alumnae Tom Foreman interviews former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn. We will glean insight into the man who has dedicated his life’s work to bipartisan solutions to global peace and security. Nunn is…

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German American Chamber of Commerce World Cup Event

The German American Chamber of Commerce is hosting an event next week for the Germany vs. South Korea game on Wednesday, June 27th, at 9:30am. Nunn School students are invited to attend the free event at the GACC, which will include a German style brunch and an opportunity to network. Interested students should email rhadba@gaccsouth.com with their name, email, and GT affiliation to RSVP. More info: http://www.gaccsouth.com/en/events/singleview/events/germany-vs-south-korea-world-cup-viewing-party/?cHash=f2e78035bf654e3fd3a0c1103f6ecd1c

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New York Times Calls for Student Contributors

Let’s be honest. There aren’t a ton of college students and recent grads around the newsroom at The New York Times. That’s a problem! Your voices need to be heard if we’re going to better understand what’s important to you. We want to explore issues that you and your friends would like to see in The Times. We want to provide a platform for your stories and perspectives. To accomplish both of these goals, we need more of, well, you! That’s why we’re looking for five writers to be contributors…

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Foresight Project: Political Forecasting Tournament

Want the opportunity to win money while sharpening your analytical skills and increasing your political knowledge? Want to distinguish yourself from others? Then join us for the second year of “The Foresight Project” as we conduct a political forecasting tournament, starting on September 25th and lasting for about 9 months. To sign up, go to http://www.foresightproj.com and we in touch very soon. The rewards… Forecasting tips based on insights from The Good Judgment Project Feedback from a battery of psychological and political tests that highlight your strengths and weaknesses on…

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Park(ing) Day 2017, Georgia Tech Student Planning Organization – Atlanta, GA

Each year, the Student Planning Association from the School of City and Regional Planning hosts Park(ing)Day in Tech Square. Park(ing)Day(ppparkingday.org)) is an international event that encourages people to think about how space is used by turning metered parking spaces into green space, public space, and other creative uses. This year, we want to welcome students and organizations from our fellow Atlanta colleges and universities to participate and host a parking space in Tech Square. In previous years, student groups or local businesses and organizations have hosted spots to create “parklets,”…

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Global Footprint of Chinese Technology Panel, World Affairs Council of Atlanta – Atlanta, GA

The Global Footprint of Chinese Technology panel hosts Joseph Bankoff, Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs in a discussion about Chinese government policies embracing innovation, Chinese technology company giants, and the importance of collaboration between the two technology economies of China and the US. Another panelist at the event, Chris Chan, is also a Georgia Tech graduate! Admission is free for students. It would be great to have some Georgia Tech presence in the audience. The event will be in Buckhead at Tower Place on August 23…

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Campaign Internship, Peter Aman for Mayor – Atlanta, GA

Peter Aman for Mayor of Atlanta is looking for full or part-time interns to work this fall! The program is an excellent opportunity to get first-hand experience on a major citywide campaign to elect the next mayor of Atlanta. Interns will work collaboratively with senior staff across a number of key areas. We are interviewing candidates for the following operational areas: Field Political Policy Communications Event Planning Operations Duties and Responsibilities: Specific duties include, but may not be limited to: Research writing briefs developing talking points field work staffing public…

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