Common Good Georgia Tech

Common Good Georgia Tech (CGGT) is a student led organization that is dedicated to begining, encouraging, and informing conversations about educational inequalities. They also invest in other Atlanta area, and advocate for better educational resources for public schools and for those in prison and juvenille detention centers.  CGGT’s formation was inspired by Common Good Atlanta, and when it was orignally created their mission was to volunteer as tutors in juvenille detention centers, but over the course of 2020 their mission has expanded. CGGT is seeking mentors to help with their…

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INFORMATION SESSION Alston & Bird 2021 Patent Agent Internship Program

Premire law firm Alston & Bird is holding a virtual information session about their patent agent internship program. The information session will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. RSVP is required for attendence. Please email grace.kim@alston.com to RSVP and receive the Zoom link. This opportunity is only open to science (including computer science) and engineering majors.  Participants in the internship program will have the opportunity for the following: Work with our attorneys and patent agents in a collaborative, challenging office environment Competitive salary…

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Breakthrough Atlanta Teaching Fellowship

Breakthrough Atlanta’s mission is to increase academic opportunity for underserved students and to inspire and devleop the next generation of teachers and educational leaders.  The Breakthrough Teaching Fellowship is designed for undergraduates of all majors and for those who intend to pursue a career in education. Education coursework is not a prerequisite. They are seeking applicants from diverse backgrounds and life experiences to join them in a nine-week residency in which they will recieve over 100 hours of teaching and leadership training and over 75 hours of classroom experience. Teaching…

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Policy Intern, Branch (Atlanta, GA)

Branch is now accepting applications for their Spring 2021 Policy Intern Program. Founded by GT Alumnus Walter Ley, Branch is a new Atlanta startup that uses the best of product and UX design to make information about Georgia’s elections convenient and digestible. They have a free, nonpartisan website (www.branch.vote) that walks voters through what will be on their ballot so that they can vote locally with confidence. Branch first launched in Atlanta in May 2020, and they’ve already had explosive growth, with over 30,000 voters visiting their site as a resource. The Branch team is…

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Security Analysis and Support Intern, CARE (Remote; Atlanta, GA)

ABOUT THE POSITION The CARE Security Unit (CSU) is looking to create a research support function through the CARE internship program. This position would be on a semester by semester basis, but ideally for a 1 year period. The intern would be responsible for assisting in entering monthly report information and editing and updating travel advisories into the new CARE International Safety & Security website, accessible by all staff. Additionally, the intern would be tasked with assisting in constructing basic profiles for CARE countries of operation on specific topics (usually…

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Global Foundations, Organizations and Institutions Intern, Habitat for Humanity (Remote; Atlanta, GA)

ABOUT THE POSITION The Global Foundations, Organizations and Institutional Relations (FOI) Team focuses on Professional Foundations, Bilateral, and Multilateral institutions – all recognized as institutional partners with significant assets of $100 million+. These institutional partners have high quality designated staff and strategic program priorities with strict guidelines and restrictions on proposal development and grant execution. As a Global FOI Intern, you will work with the newly established Global FOI team, whose goal is to raise funds (awards) for housing and development programs from institutions and governments globally (USAID, EU, World…

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International Housing Programs Intern, Habitat for Humanity (Atlanta, GA)

ABOUT THE POSITION As an International Housing Programs Intern, you will support and work directly with Habitat’s International Housing Programs Director and other staff in Habitat’s Global Programs Design and Implementation Team. You will learn from participation on a wide array of projects related to Habitat’s international housing programs work, including the upgrading of slums settlements and facilitating the establishment of people, public, private partnerships to support affordable housing. You will focus on supporting continued research of urban and housing trends, assisting with monitoring and implementation of grants, and support…

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Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Atlanta, GA)

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Research Department is currently seeking a student(s) to work part-time (20 to 30 hours per week). The Research Division focuses on every aspect of the economy, from the local to the international level. At the Atlanta Fed, studies range from analyzing rural banking markets in the Southeast to designing and testing economic forecasting models used in policy making. The selected student will be cold-calling companies to solicit for participation in the Federal Reserve Bank’s Research Decision Maker survey. QUALIFICATIONS Currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student,…

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Social Media Intern, Ivan Allen College Dean’s Office (Atlanta, GA)

The Ivan Allen College Dean’s Office is looking for a social media intern for the Fall 2020 semester. This position can be paid or for academic credit and can be done remotely. Tasks will include: Compose smart, strategic social media campaigns, tweets, creative hashtags, etc. for Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr Keep up to date on all social media platforms Assist in writing e-mail marketing campaigns and composing a social media plan and calendar Have creative freedom to execute your vision under the supervision of our director for enrollment and student…

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