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Today, more than 7,500 Georgia Tech College of Computing alumni are doing and being more throughout the United States and the world. Graduates from the College of Computing are engaging in leadership roles with some of the world's biggest technology companies, including Microsoft, Google, Mailchimp, Palantir and more.
We are proud of our alumni and their work--and we'd love for each and every one of them to remain engaged with the GT Computing community. Alumni have many opportunities to remain connected through the GT Computing Alumni Organization, by attending regional and local mixers, by tuning in for distinguished lectures, and by engaging with students as mentors through the Mentor Jacket program.
If you are an alumnus, we encourage you to stay in touch, attend events and think of yourself as an ambassador of Georgia Tech’s College of Computing. You are a critical part of the GT Computing Community.
GT Computing Alumni Organization
Get involved with the GT Computing Alumni Organization (GTCAO), open to all graduates of the College of Computing. The purpose of the GTCAO is to engage the alumni community as well as to support the continued excellence of the College.
There are numerous ways alumni can continue support the College of Computing. Click here to learn more about giving to the College or for access to online giving through Roll Call.
Stay in touch with the College via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and more.
Accolades, new job, coding-breakthrough? We want to hear about it. Be sure to also sign up to receive the quarterly GT Computing Newsletter with reminders about lectures, events, research and more.
Want to see more alumni events in your area? Interested in getting involved? Let us know! Just mbankoff [at] cc [dot] gatech [dot] edu (email External Affairs Specialist Margaret Bankoff )to set up a time to share your ideas. Atlanta location not required. Google Hangouts work for us.