Georgia Tech and ECE provide students with many ways to gain valuable work experience while pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree. Jobs are available on the Tech campus and with many different companies in the United States and around the world.

In addition to earning a paycheck, students obtain practical experience and everyday people skills that will be valuable assets when they graduate and begin working full-time in their chosen professions.

Georgia Tech Resources

Division of Professional Practice

This office facilitates student internship and co-op assignments and the Work Abroad Program. Started in 1921, the Cooperative Education Program is a five-year academic program in which students alternate semesters of full-time studies and semesters of full-time work. Georgia Tech has the largest optional co-op plan in the nation and is the highest ranked program of its kind among public U.S. universities.

Georgia Tech Career Services

Resources of this office include career counseling, job interview practice, resumé tools, and job listings that range from internship and co-op assignments while students are still in school to full-time positions after graduation. This office also organizes several career fairs throughout the school year.

Georgia Tech Research Institute

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the non-profit applied research arm of Georgia Tech, offers real-life research experience and training to undergraduate and graduate students, who may work on research projects or assist in business development or administration. Job opportunities include internships, co-op assignments, and student assistant and graduate research assistant positions.

Campus Student Employment

The Georgia Tech Student Center maintains this repository for on campus student employment opportunities. These positions are not classified as federal work study jobs.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) in ECE allows undergraduates to get research experience with faculty and graduate students working in a shared field of interest. Many students earn course credit, while others are paid.