The 2014 Georgia Tech Diversity Symposium is September 5th from 8am – 2pm. Hosted at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center and Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, this symposium will be honored by the President of the Morehouse School of Medicine and Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice.
Those wishing to attend, please register here.
Camp Twin Lakes’ annual fundraising bike ride, Spin For Kids, will take place October 19th.
The details: Spin For Kids begins and ends at Camp Twin Lakes – Rutledge, and the routes wind through beautiful Madison, GA and Morgan County. There are five route options, 5, 27, 47, 62, and 100 miles, and all of the routes include rest stops and mechanical support throughout the day and beer, lunch, and music after the ride.
Right now it is a $35 registration fee and $100 fundraising minimum, 100% of which goes directly to support camp programs at CTL.
You are welcome to check out our website, www.spinforkids.org, for more information. If you would like to have more information, please email Merrick Bonner at email@example.com.
Welcome and welcome back President Scholars! Whether you were abroad in Europe, researching in a lab, or simply enjoying the sun this summer, we are happy to have all of you back for another great year.
In case you missed this past week’s town hall click here to listen in as Chaffee walks us through this semester’s calendar of events and expectations. The password is unclechaffeedelivers
Find out how to discover and land an internship in Washington D.C.! Problem solvers are in high demand, and Georgia Tech students can stand out among other job candidates and bring unique talents to government roles.
Workshop covers tips and strategies for securing internship positions with members of Congress, Congressional Committees, or executive branch offices.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, April 22.
The MBA Pathway Program is a unique program exclusive to GT undergrads regardless of their major. GT seniors can apply to the MBA program before they graduate will get an admission decision, work for two years, and then start their MBA. This program is a guaranteed admission offer so students have a 5 year plan before graduation.
Information session will be held on April 8th, Clough Commons 144 from 11 – 12. To learn more visit the link below!
The Ideas to Serve Competition season is in full swing, but there is still time for teams to joinWe encourage early stage ideas, but we have a separate prize for advanced projects as well.
We provide mentoring, workshops, access to a large network of local social entrepreneurs and impact investors, and of course, cash prizes.
The attached one-pager gives more info about the competition and details are at http://ile.gatech.edu/i2s/index.html and students can sign up here.
Thank you in advance for spreading the word about Ideas to Serve and please join us on April 17 for the Finals from 6:00pm in TSRB.
Where: UHR, Flag Building Auditorium
When: Tuesday, April 8th at 7:30 pm
Come and express your opinion about student life spaces on campus including the student center expansion!
President Peterson and his cabinet will be at the North Avenue dining hall on thursday, March 27th at 6pm! This is an incredible opportunity to meet some of the people who are in charge of the institute. Get an RA or PL to buzz you in!
Dominican – American and Pulitzer Prize winner visits Georgia Tech April 17th at the Georgia Tech Student Center Theater at 11 am. Join for a public lecture on Education and Immigration in the US: A Conversation with Junot Diaz.