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IAC IT Assistant Job

Posted by Admin On 8/13/2014 0 comments
Student Job Opportunity
IT Assistant, Ivan Allen College 

Hours: 10-15 hours per week, beginning as soon as possible
Pay: $10 per hour; no tuition waiver


Ivan Allen College is seeking a self-motivated, technically proficient student to assist with IT  support services in the College.

Although technical expertise and customer service experience are desirable, we’re most
interested in candidates with a genuine interest in computers, a strong desire to learn,
excellent organizational skills, and a commitment to clear communication.

Scheduling is flexible, but candidates are expected to be dependable and punctual.

Duties include: 

• Windows and Macintosh desktop support
• A/V support (classrooms)
• Hardware support
• Software deployment
• Installation and configuration of equipment
• Lab management
• Equipment inventory
• Various projects as assigned

You’ll also have the opportunity to work with a number of network administration technologies, such as Microsoft Active Directory, file and print servers, networking technology, and other systems.

How to Apply: Please provide the following as soon as possible:

• Your resume
• Your availability this semester as well as Spring 2015 and beyond
• A brief cover letter (a paragraph is fine) describing your experience and interest in this position

Send your application to it-assistant@iac.gatech.edu

The Ivan Allen College is seeking to hire a student for a programming and web development position.  

Freshmen Activities Board Donut Social

Posted by Admin On 8/13/2014 0 comments
Enjoy donuts with fellow incoming first year students and learn about all the opportunities with the Freshmen Activities Board (FAB).  

Thursday, August 14th from 7.00 - 8.00 PM on the Matheson/Perry/Field/Hanson/Hopkins Quad and Folk/Caldwell Outdoor Space

For more information:

Christopher Ruiz

The Millennium Gate Museum’s mission is to preserve and interpret Georgia history, art, culture and philanthropic heritage as well as highlight Georgia’s historical and aesthetic relevance to the United States and to the world.

From October 3, 2014 – February 1, 2015 the Millennium Gate Museum will host The Art of Diplomacy: Winston Churchill and the Pursuit of Painting. The exhibition will display more than 30 paintings by Winston Churchill, many of which have never before been publicly exhibited, and examine the notion that painting may have helped save Western civilization. Although a hobby, Winston Churchill wrote of the effect that it had on him personally and professionally. At the beginning in 1915, painting literally pulled Churchill out of his darkest political days and set him on his journey towards his finest hour. It was painting, he said, that helped him cope with the stress and strain of his political life, and allowed him to be productive as he developed his thinking about the rising danger of Hitler and Germany. In addition, Churchill found that the skills he learned from painting made his leadership more effective and he used his painter’s eye to achieve his political and diplomatic goals.



Position Details

Title: Intern
Hours: Part-time, 10-20 hours per week
Compensation: Unpaid

Responsibilities: Research, museum management, tours, some administrative responsibilities

Required skills/abilities:
• Creative and logical thinking
• Work effectively as a member of a team
• Understand and the ability to describe WWI and WWII historic events
• Marketing and public relations duties

Desired skills/abilities:
• In-depth knowledge of international affairs and specifically the WWI and WWII era
• Ability to formulate original ideas and solutions
• Basic Microsoft office skills
• Basic accounting skills
• Ability to work as a member of a team

Eligibility: Undergraduate, Graduate, Alumni
Apply: Send resume to careers@thegateatlanta.com

Internship with Congressman John Lewis

Posted by Admin On 8/13/2014 0 comments
Congressman John Lewis, Representative for the 5th district of Georgia, seeks interns for his Washington, DC office. Interns will work in a fast-paced Congressional office, gaining valuable experience and knowledge of the United States Congress. Interns will gain practical experience while assisting Congressional staff, and have the opportunity to acquire a working knowledge of the day-to-day operations of the legislative branch. Responsibilities include greeting constituents, handling phone calls, supporting staff with administrative tasks, conducting legislative research, and assisting with special projects and assignments.


Successful candidates are undergraduate students and recent college graduates with a strong academic background and interest in public service or government as demonstrated by coursework or extracurricular activities. Interns must be hardworking and self-motivated, with exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and strong attention to detail. All applications will be considered, however, preference is given to residents of Georgia's Fifth District.

Waitlist Notification

Posted by Admin On 8/13/2014 0 comments
All pending notifications about wait lists will be sent out on Friday, August 15 at 4.00 PM.  Students will have 12 hours from the time the notification is sent to add the course.  The waitlist will continue the notification process until Thursday, August 21 at 4.00 PM ET.   

The Center for Academic Success is holding a Success Summit on Friday, August 22nd from 1.00 - 5.00 PM.  If you are on academic probation or warning, or experiencing academic difficulties, attend the summit to work on goal setting and improvement in the fall semester.  Learn such skills as:

  • time management,
  • study skills, and
  • active learning strategies.

C2D2 Open House

Posted by Admin On 8/11/2014 0 comments

The Center for Career Discovery and Development will be hosting an open house on August 28th from 4.00 - 7.00 PM.

The Athletic Association's Hearn Academic Center is seeking to hire more peer tutors for the fall 2014 semester. 

Interested undergraduate and graduate students can read more about the job, see the courses needed, and apply online here: http://www.studentathlete.gatech.edu/peer-tutors

· 3.0 cumulative G.P.A. 
· Grade of B or better in course want to tutor 
· Undergrads: two consecutive semesters completed at Tech 
· Graduate students: BA/BS from accredited college or university 

Interviews will begin the week of August 18th and will continue through August 22nd. Please contact Christen Steele, Education Support Manager, at tutorservices@athletics.gatech.edu with questions.

Small Acts, Big Impact!

Posted by Admin On 8/11/2014 0 comments
Atlanta Day Shelter Kits Assembly August 15

The Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement, in conjunction with New Student & Sophomore Programs, is hosting a summer-long collection drive to benefit the Atlanta Mission: Atlanta Day Shelter for Women & Children. All families and new students are encouraged to participate at their FASET session by donating specific toiletry items. Faculty and staff are also encouraged to donate items, too! 

The project will culminate with an on-campus service event on Friday, August 15 at 5:00 p.m. (Piedmont Room, Student Center Commons) where incoming students will volunteer alongside upper class students, faculty, and staff to assemble donated goods into critical need kits and job kits for delivery to the Altanta Day Shelter. For the list of requested items and more information, visit engage.gatech.edu. 

Tag your photos with #GTSmallAct and #engageGT

Community Development Internship

Posted by Admin On 8/11/2014 0 comments
Internships at the Dekalb Opportunity Zone (OZ) 

The DeKalb OZ’s mission is to empower Clarkston and Scottdale families through the areas of education, health, income, and civic engagement. It connects families to existing resources in a layered manner by supporting existent programs from its partners as well as connecting its partners to each other to enhance broader community opportunities. It primarily achieves this mission through a family coaching program and a community-driven mini-grant program.

The DeKalb OZ and its partners provides a wide variety of avenues through which college students of various academic backgrounds can be exposed to local underdeveloped communities and gain experience in public service, civic engagement, and real life applications of concepts taught in the classroom.


Location: Atlanta, GA (close to Decatur)

Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week

Because of the community-based and human-centered nature of the work, students who are interested should preferably exhibit strong communication skills, considerable cultural intelligence, previous civic engagement experience, a desire to work in a non-profit environment, and great flexibility. Some duties and deliverables include:

 Attending regular meetings of the OZ’s partner organizations and subscribing to their newsfeeds to continuously stay in touch with key members of the community and network with new organizations.

 Attending regular meetings with OZ’s coordinator to discuss updates regarding interactions with the OZ’s partners, the community, and personal duties and goals.

 Developing materials to attract potential partners and funders, such as organizing tours or meetings.

 Attending weekly community events sponsored by partner organizations and the OZ to assess their effectiveness and impact on the community.

 Assisting in developing culturally appropriate recruitment and marketing strategies and materials, such as flyers, website, and social media, for OZ and its partners’ services to the community.

 Working with OZ staff (family coaches and mini-grant committee) to deliver the OZ’s main community empowerment strategies.

 Designing and implementing research studies to continuously improve the existing community empowerment strategies of the OZ and its partners.

 Collaborating with fellow interns on duties listed above.

 The opportunity to develop a project not necessarily within the scope of specific itemized responsibilities provided that it delivers value to the OZ.

Note that this internship requires proposing a project to complete during the semester.  Please email Dr. D'Unger right away if you are interested in this opportunity.

Interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to DeKalb Opportunity Zone (OZ) Coordinator Daniel Shorr at djshorr@dekalbcountyga.gov by September 15. In their cover letter, the applicant should indicate clearly his/her desired project area within the OZ. This is the intern's opportunity to develop a project not necessarily within the scope of specific itemized responsibilities, provided that it delivers value to the OZ (the last item on the job description attachment). It is essentially the opportunity of the intern to contribute something unique and personal towards the OZ's efforts in improving the community in the areas of education, health, income, and propensity for civic engagement.

An example of a recent project is delivering a survey to Clarkston residents to explore how they interact with their physical environment, particularly through littering.  The results of the project were meant to deliver value to the OZ by providing potential recommendations of an environment-related mini-grant proposal to the community. 

Sports and Entertainment Career Expo

Posted by Admin On 8/04/2014 0 comments
Interested in a career in sports?  This is your chance to meet with team representatives from the sports industry's finest organizations.  The event will be from 12.30 - 3.30 PM on September 18th.  See the information below for more details.

Teach.org Campus Organizer Internship

Posted by Admin On 8/04/2014 0 comments

The TEACH.Org campus organizer is a paid internship* on campus for the fall semester (and possible future semesters). Campus organizers will help recruit the next generation of outstanding teachers. Each organizer will work closely with TEACH's Regional Director in designing and executing TEACH's visibility and recruitment campaign on their campus and community.

Campus Organizers have a unique opportunity to work with a national campaign and develop their professional skills in communication, community organizing, marketing, and public speaking while gaining an understanding of how a successful public-private partnership operates. We are looking for students of all class levels and majors who have a passion for education and community service.

full job desription

For more information or to apply for the position, please contact Charlie Ingram at ingram.charlie@teach.org with your current resume and contact information. Please include your area of study and current GPA. Hours are flexible and the Campus Organizer Internship pays $9 per hour. You may also contact Susan Belmonte, Pre-Teaching Advisor, at sbelmonte@gatech.edu with questions.

*Neither TEACH.ORG nor the internship are affiliated with Georgia Tech nor part of the Pre-Teaching program.

Fulbright ETA and Other Fellowships

Posted by Admin On 8/04/2014 0 comments

The English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Programs place individuals in classrooms abroad to provide assistance to the local English teachers. ETA’s help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. The age and academic level of the students varies by country, ranging from kindergarten to university level. Applicants for English Teaching Assistant Programs can apply to only one country, must be U.S. citizens at the time of application and have earned a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent before the start of the grant. Other eligibility requirements are here.

Many other fellowships are available for students at different stages in their studies (undergraduate, graduate and post doctoral level). The Georgia Tech Fellowships Office can help you find out which fellowships may be a good fit.

Applications for ETA are accepted May 1 – October 1, 2014.

Georgia Tech campus deadline: August 29, 2014

The GT Fellowships Office often has campus deadlines that are earlier than the official deadlines of the fellowships. The earlier deadline is to enable the GT Office to help you adequately prepare your application before submitting it officially. http://fellowships.gatech.edu/find

GT Fellowships Office

Email Kathryn Meehan, Fellowships Office

Techwood Tutorial Project

Posted by Admin On 8/04/2014 0 comments
The Techwood Tutorial Project (TTP) is a volunteer program that pairs Georgia Tech students with children from local elementary schools for weekly one-on-one tutoring. TTP also plans a group outing for tutors and their tutees during the semester. These outings promote the friendship and mentoring that is a vital part of our program.

To be a TTP tutor, you must be able to dedicate at least one hour per week to your child for two semesters. Your commitment is very important; many of these children have had adults walk in and out of their lives, and we do not want to contribute to the cycle. In addition, as a TTP tutor you must come to at least one outing per semester as well as a short monthly meeting on campus. TTP tutors must have a desire to be a positive role model and to improve a child's life.

Contact Somya Tirath at somya.tirath@gmail.com.

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