The UPCP has done some preliminary research for students to find some of the best free/easy resources for some common communicative needs.Career Resources
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 U.S. 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.
ECE News Mailing List
Joining one of the ECE mailing lists is an excellent way to be informed of:
- ECE-specific job/internship/career/research postings
- Announcements & news from ECE student organizations, research programs, industry sponsors (e.g. Texas Instruments Day in the Lobby), & much more
- ECE workshops, info sessions, guest speakers, town halls, social activities and lots of other interesting offerings, events and opportunities
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. Resources of this office include career counseling, job interview practice, resumé tools, and job listings that range from internship/co-ops to full-time positions after graduation.
Georgia Tech Fellowships Office
The Fellowships Office assists student applicants for prestigious scholarships and fellowships.
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.