Category: Student Organizations
Join GT Model UN!
Hello students! Model UN is currently accepting applications for new members! As a program, we not only offer the opportunity to attend conferences, but we also host a conference in October for high school students to attend and another conference in the Spring for collegiate teams. In addition to new members, we are also looking for anyone who would be interested in only working at the October GTMUN conference (membership not required). This is an excellent way to log service hours. We meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6:45-7:45 for general meetings and…Read More
Electrify GT Info Session- September 6
Electrify GT is recruiting new members! Electrify GT is a new student organization advocating for 100% campus electrification. Electrification is a proven method of reducing carbon emissions by replacing fossil fuel powered equipment with electric alternatives. Over the past year we’ve worked with GT faculty to begin replacing all the landscaping equipment with battery-operated models and to establish an electric patrol vehicle program with GTPD. If you are interested in technical research and advocacy, Electrify GT is a great opportunity to strengthen these skills! If you would like to…Read More
Alexander Hamilton Society on Campus
The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is starting a Georgia Tech campus chapter. See details below and reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Read More
Effective Altruism Summer Programs
Consider applying for one of Effective Altruism’s (EA) summer seminar programs! All programs start on June 1st, and applications are due on April 24th by 11:59 pm. If you’re interested in applying, fill out the interest form, which has links to the applications. Introductory Seminar An 8-week program involving weekly readings and discussion groups Learn a framework for career planning to optimize your time, resources, and social impact. Network with other EA fellows and professionals worldwide from other top universities Topics include: Measuring and estimating the impact Global health and…Read More
Apply to Join the Undergraduate Public Health Association!
The Undergraduate Public Health Association has now opened Executive Board Applications! You can apply by Monday, April 18th at 11:59pm. All open positions are included on the form. You can learn more about UPHA and its mission at our website. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the President, Mihir Kandarpa (email@example.com) or firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, click here.Read More
IASO is Seeking a Public Affairs Officer!
Interested in further building community at the Nunn School, networking, learning about careers in international affairs, or influencing the future of the Nunn School? Join IASO, the International Affairs Student Organization! They are in the chartering process to become a Registered Student Organization on campus and are seeking a new Public Affairs Officer. This role will manage social media/communications, create graphic design materials used for club promotion, and assist in any marketing the organization will do as it grows. Applications for this position are due Sunday, March 13, 2022. To…Read More
Apply to Join SGA’s Community Relations Committee
The SGA Community Relations Committee is seeking new members to join their fast-moving productive committee dedicated to interacting with the local community of Atlanta. Past and Current Projects: 1. Hawks Nights: We provide Georgia Tech students with subsidized tickets to Atlanta Hawks games to encourage students to explore Atlanta and engage with the city. 2. Arts Fair: We invite artists at Georgia Tech to host booths and sell their art. This is one of the few events which allows artists to easily mass-market themselves and share their work with other…Read More
Apply to Join Ramblin Reck Club!
Ramblin’ Reck Club is recruiting new members! Being in Reck Club gives students exposure to many rewarding facets of Tech including athletics, the alumni network, long-standing traditions, campus-wide spirit, and most importantly, our beloved mechanical Reck mascot. In addition to the connections you’ll make, Reck Club will give you opportunities to become a leader, organize campus-wide events, attend social events, and become a representative of the Reck and our Institution. Reck Club is a tight-knit group of 55 members, and is excited to be recruiting new members! The first step…Read More
Apply to be a Student Ambassador!
Applications to become a Georgia Tech Student Ambassador are closing soon! Every recruitment cycle, the goal of the student ambassador program is to holistically represent the Georgia Tech student body in its recruitment class, and want to encourage eligible members from the College of Liberal Arts to apply. Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors are a diverse group of students committed to being the professional representatives of the school, helping at high-caliber events, such as President’s Dinner and Board of Regents Galas, and leading tours for notable alumni and prospective students. The…Read More
Apply to Join Engineers without Borders!
Interested in getting involved with a philanthropic organization where you can practice and develop communication, finance, and engineering skills? Engineers Without Borders at Georgia Tech is recruiting for the spring! EWB-GT focuses on designing and creating sustainable solutions alongside communities across the world. We currently have five active projects in Nicaragua, Malawi, Atlanta, Maryland, and Florida. Our teams are looking to recruit both engineering and non-engineering majors for roles in technical design, project finance, and communication with our partner communities. This opportunity could be a great way for students to…Read More