Staying competitive in today's global marketplace is an absolute must. Georgia Tech can provide your organization with the most technologically savvy young minds in the country.
- Career Services Office
- Division of Professional Practice
- Alumni Career Services
- Management Executive Education
Frequently Asked Questions
- How does Georgia Tech's Co-op Program compare to those of other universities?
- Georgia Tech is one of only three public universities whose Co-op Program is listed among the nation's top ten by U.S. News & World Report.
- How do I find students interested in co-op jobs at my organization?
- The Division of Professional Practice at Tech can connect you with a pool of highly qualified students. Go to www.profpractice.gatech.edu.
- Where can I find information on recruiting students for internship positions?
- Both the Career Services Office and the Division of Professional Practice offer internship programs. Go to www.career.gatech.edu or www.profpractice.gatech.edu.
- How do I begin the process of recruiting future Tech graduates for my organization?
- Tech's Career Services Office is the ideal place to start. Go to www.career.gatech.edu.
- How can I advertise my job openings to Georgia Tech's alumni base?
- Alumni Career Services, part of the Georgia Tech Alumni Association, maintains a job board and resume database called JacketNet Jobs and hosts an annual spring alumni career fair as well as networking events throughout the year.
Director, Career Services
Contact Ralph Mobley
Executive Director, Division of Professional Practice
Contact Patrick Antony
Caroline Taylor Player
Director, Career Services, Georgia Tech Alumni Association
Contact Caroline Taylor Player