The Georgia Tech Career Center staff is divided into groups that handle different roles and responsibilities in our office: Undergraduate Career Education, Graduate Career Development, Employer Connections, and Operations.
Undergraduate Career Education
The Undergraduate Career Education team consists of Career Development Advisors (All undergraduate majors) and Career Educators (College of Design, College of Sciences, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts) who are available to meet undergraduate students through daily drop-in hours (during fall and spring semesters when classes are in session), 1:1 advising sessions (by appointment on CareerBuzz), and Career Center-led presentations and workshops on a wide scope of career topics. Career Center staff can assist you with resume writing, interviewing, job searching, salary and negotiation, exploring majors/careers, and more.
Undergraduate Co-op & Internship Programs
The Undergraduate Co-op and Internship Programs team assists and provides students guidance in their co-op and internship search through 1:1 appointments, drop-ins, and relevant programming and supports students once they secured these experiences and throughout.
Graduate Career Development
The Graduate Career Development team provides tailored support for Master’s and Doctoral students career development needs. They provide one-on-one career advising, facilitate workshops and events, and administer the Graduate Internship Program. Graduate Career Development Advisors are available to meet graduate students via drop-in hours (during fall and spring semesters when classes are in session) and one-on-one advising sessions (by appointment on CareerBuzz). This team focuses on careers in industry, government, non-profit, and other non-academic sectors, as academic job search support is provided by the Center for Teaching and Learning.