The Federal Jackets Fellowship provides students with the opportunity to work full-time with a member of Congress, the Congressional Committee, or an executive branch office in Washington, DC. The fall semester program lasts 16 weeks. Students will secure their own internship based on their studies and interests with assistance available from the Center for Career Discovery and Development, and the Office of Institute Relations. The opportunity includes a stipend of $7,500 to offset expenses. The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. International students are welcome…Read More
Day: January 20, 2022
Bureau of International Labor Affairs Pathways Internship
The U.S. Bureau of International Labor Affairs is seeking applicants for their Pathways Internship. Interns will support the Office of Trade and Labor Affairs in a variety of ways including programming, planning, and policy. Interns will be provided the necessary training for the responsibilities of their positions. This is a full-time paid position. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is February 2, 2022. Responsibilities Reviewing of technical assistance, engagement, grant solicitation, and/or remediation strategies and plans designed to advance workers’ rights, working conditions, and/or livelihoods for workers. Develops an…Read More
2022 Wreck Camp and FASET Applications Open Now!
Are you passionate about Georgia Tech and helping others, all while developing your leadership skills? You should consider applying to be part of this summer’s FASET or Wreck Camp staff and help the incoming class. We are searching for students who are passionate about empowering incoming students to be engaged members of the community. Applications for both programs close on January 30, 2022. FASET Leader Responsibilities and Qualifications FASET is our new student orientation program for all incoming students. The primary role of a FASET leader is to provide guidance…Read More
2022 Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards
The Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards honor faculty and students whose lives and work embody the spirit of Georgia Tech alumnus Ivan Allen Jr. (Commerce 1934). As stewards of Mayor Allen’s legacy, the College champions research, teaching, and service that encompass Mayor Allen’s visionary urban policies and his values of social courage, social justice, and ethical action. Recipients are selected from nominees considered by the Legacy Awards Committee led by the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies. Student nominees should demonstrate evidence of leadership, engagement, and academic achievement. Nominations may be made…Read More