Ivan Allen Shadow Day Volunteer Opportunities

      Ivan Allen Shadow Day is quickly approaching (Friday, April 1st) and we are still in need of student volunteers!  Volunteers only need an hour or more of free time on Friday and will be asked to give tours, mingle with students, or bring students to class. Shadow Day is such a rewarding experience and a great way to show prospective students around campus. Sign up here!

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Represent Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech!

  The Ivan Allen Dean’s Office is now accepting applications to join the Ivan Allen College Ambassadors! Students accepted into this program represent the liberal arts at Georgia Tech and act as liaisons between Ivan Allen and prospectives students, guests, alumni, business partners, and friends of Ivan Allen College. I hope that you will join us in supporting the liberal arts environment at Georgia Tech by applying for the Ambassador Program. Applications are due by January 18th. For more information and to apply, please visit our website.    

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BRIDGE YEAR VOLUNTEER TEACHING OPPORTUNITY: TEACH ENGLISH IN CHILE

If you are graduating this semester and would like to take some time between graduating and your next step by teaching abroad, explore opportunities to volunteer to teach English in Chile through the English Opens Doors program.  Volunteers receive an allowance, homestay with a family plus three meals a day, health insurance, Spanish language lessons, etc.  See the information flyer for more information. Informational flyer Applications are available now.  Available terms: April 18 – November 25, 2016   application deadline: December 27, 2015 August 1 – November 27, 2016 application deadline:…

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TEDxGeorgiaTech / TECHx student speaker opportunity!

Students! Do you have big ideas? Do you want a bigger platform to share those big ideas? TEDxGeorgiaTech would like to give you an opportunity to share your passion in the TECHx Student Speaker Series. We are bringing together the best and brightest who are ready to engage their peers and change the landscape of this community. Bring your stories, experience, and inspiration and apply to speak at the link below. We’re waiting to hear from you. Apply at: tinyurl.com/techxgt Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, or sign up…

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GT Academic Classroom and Academic Scheduling – Student Listening Sessions

The newly-appointed Classroom and Academic Scheduling Task Force, chaired by Dr. Joseph Hughes, is holding a set of listening sessions with students, through November 23rd, to collect opinions regarding classroom and academic scheduling issues and opportunities for improvement. These meetings are open to all students, undergraduate and graduate, and we would like to hear from as many as possible. There are remaining sessions through next Monday, November 23rd. Lunch will be provided during the lunchtime sessions. http://sgiz.mobi/s3/1145e5910ca4 The dates for the sessions are as follows: 11/16 from 11-12p in Student…

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Intern for a Day – Peace Corps in Atlanta

Peace Corps Southeast Regional Office’s third Intern for a Day program is approaching. Students will come see our office in Atlanta and participate in different activities to learn more about Peace Corps. Students interested in Peace Corps who are going to be in the Atlanta area on Monday, November 23rd, should email the information requested on the flyer. The event will run from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at the Peace Corps office in the Sam Nunn Federal Center downtown.  Below is a flyer to advertise the program to interested…

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Language Cafe Fall 2015

he Georgia Tech Language Institute Language Café is this Friday, October 30 at 1:00 PM in front of the O’Keefe Building. One of the best ways to learn another language and experience another culture is by interacting with foreign nationals. Connecting the students of the Sam Nunn School with the students of the GT Language Institute would be a perfect way to provide both parties a chance to learn about each other’s culture and language.

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CEISMC’s Academic Mentoring Program Applications Due September 8th

Georgia Tech CEISMC’s Academic Mentoring Program is recruiting tutors and academic mentors! CEISMC operates two academic mentoring programs for elementary, middle and high school students in the city of Atlanta and Gwinnett County. Mentors travel to schools to work with students to help strengthen their math and science skills, engage them in hands-on-activities, and prepare and help high school students through the college application process.   Benefits: o   Flexible Schedule o   Extra Money o   Make a difference!   Visit the website, https://cmp-ceismc.gatech.edu to learn more about the programs and download an application. Applications are due…

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Fall Internships with International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee in Atlanta is looking for interns with an interest in non-profit and/or non-governmental organizations to join their various departments this fall. Several IRC interns are Georgia Tech students and make vital contributions to the IRC in Atlanta’s work. The IRC in Atlanta provides an essential learning experience that serves as a foundation for interns to gain real-life experience and attain proficient skills in various fields. IRC internships require a commitment of at least 15 hours a week for three months and are unpaid. Available internship opportunities…

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