Oak Ridge National Laboratory Virtual Career Fair – February 20

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) currently has over 10,000 paid internships or research opportunities available for your STEM students. Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate student or postdoc, early-career professional development is important to establishing yourself as an expert. The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) provides various resources to address the career planning needs of all STEM participants. The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is hosting a virtual career fair to highlight the variety of…

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Career Talk Lunch: Entrepreneurship & Non-Traditional Paths | February 19

Join us for the first Career Talk Luncheon of the spring semester. The Nunn School is delighted to host IAC alumna and entrepreneur, Archel Bernard, on Wednesday, February 19.  Bernard is being honored by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association at the 2020 Gold & White Honors Gala for her contribution to community, and in celebration of the inspiration she provides for alumni leaders of tomorrow. Each year, the Alumni Association presents its four highest awards to eight distinguished members of the Georgia Tech community in recognition of their service to…

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Spring 2020 Commencement – Early Participation Policy for Summer 2020 Degree Candidates

Undergraduate and graduate (Masters) summer 2020 degree candidates who have two or fewer classes remaining to complete degree requirements after the spring 2020 term will be eligible to request participation in the spring 2020 ceremony.  Applicants must be in GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 for Bachelors, and 2.7  for Masters. Extenuating personal and family circumstances or issues related to the proximity of the student’s home to Atlanta will also be taken into consideration. Summer 2020 degree candidates who do not meet these requirements will…

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Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship – Information Session

PLEASE NOTE: The location has been updated. This meeting will occur in the Kendeda Building, room 230. The Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship program aims to attract diverse candidates for Foreign Service careers with the United States Department of State. The fellowship provides qualified college seniors and graduates funding for graduate school, two summer internships, mentoring and additional professional development. Recipients enter the Foreign Service for a minimum five-year service commitment. The Pickering Program welcomes applications from individuals with any undergraduate major and coursework in areas such as Mathematics/Quantitative…

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One-on-One Leadership Coaching through LEAD’s Leading Edge Program

Georgia Tech’s Leadership Education and Development office would like to invite students to apply for our Leading Edge (one-on-one Leadership Coaching) program. Through this program, students will receive one-on-one leadership coaching and work with their coach to create an individualized action plan where the student can develop and practice new leadership skills in their daily life. Leadership continues to be one of the most pressing issues faced by global organizations today. Organizations are looking for students who have the ability to collaborate across boundaries, conceptualize new solutions, and motivate diverse…

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Fulbright Day at GT | October 24

Fulbright sponsors a year of graduate study, research, or teaching (English as a TA) abroad for college graduates.  We are working to cultivate a Fulbright culture here at Georgia Tech and would like to invite you, your students, and faculty in your unit to our Fulbright Day next Thursday, 24 October. Fulbright Day will feature two events for all students: A panel of current and former Fulbright recipients, Thursday, 24 October, 10:00-11:00, available online via BlueJeans: https://bluejeans.com/737801396 (or come to the Hayes Conference Room in the Bill Moore Student Success Center…

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Graduate School as the Next Step

Fall is a busy time of year for all of us. For those of you considering graduate school, you may be thinking about or even procrastinating about those applications, tests, and recommendation letters. I want to remind you of a few resources to help you get started! Attached is a flyer of some of the upcoming fairs, workshops, panels, and funding deadlines. Details about all these events can be found on the blog.  Check out the module in Canvas called Graduate School as the Next Step. You will find helpful information…

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