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Job and Internship Search Tips
In a job and internship search, it is important to explore the possibilities and expand your methods to include a variety of resources. Below are a few tips and resources to help guide job and internship seekers in their search.
Diversify Your Search
- Use your contacts to obtain referrals from friends, family, professors, advisors, etc.
- Attend the CoC Career Fair every Spring or Fall or one of the many other GT Career Fairs.
- Network with employers during CoC recruiting events or on-campus info sessions.
- Utilize on-campus job search resources such as workshops, advising appointments, and interview guides.
- Search employer websites for current internship and job openings. Connect with recruiters, hiring managers, and peers at Jumpstart.me, Hallothere.io, or Ladder.to. Don’t forget dedicated job search engines like Hired, Indeed, or Glassdoor.
- Make it happen yourself by approaching an organization you feel passionate about and telling them how you could benefit them and learn from them.
- Create a LinkedIn profile to search for jobs and connect with alumni and recruiters.
- Join student organizations or professional associations for additional networking opportunities and to add key skills & projects to your resume.
CareerBuzz | GT Jobs Board
Handshake | CoC Jobs Board (major-specific full-time, part-time, co-op, and internship postings)
Campus Jobs | Campus job postings
Global Internships (OIE) | Global Internships
ATDC | Local Startups (Tech Square)
Atlanta Tech Village | Local Startups (Buckhead)
Built In | Startups (Austin, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle)
AngelList | Global Startups
GT Housing | Housing & Resident Life
Georgia Tech Internship and Co-Op Programs
Internships are an important part of a career journey. They allow students to gain experience in their chosen field, explore career options and opportunities, and network in a professional environment. Because of this, Georgia Tech has a number of resources to help students secure an internship or co-op.
Undergraduate Internship Program
The Internship program is designed to complement a student's Georgia Tech education with practical work experience. Internships are single-semester, major-related, full-time, or part-time work experiences. To learn more about the program or to speak with an advisor, click here.
Undergraduate Co-Op Program
The Georgia Tech Co-Op Program creates a link between the classroom and the workplace through an alternating system between school and work. To learn more about the program or to speak with an advisor, click here.
Graduate Student Internship Program
The Graduate Internship Program provides graduate students with the opportunity to work with industry and government leaders in their respective areas of study. Eligibility for the program is based on academic achievement at Georgia Tech.
Offer Acceptances & Student Guidelines
Career Services provides programs and services to support students with their individual professional pursuits. As a member of the College of Computing community, it is important to understand and abide by the Student Rights & Responsibilities defined by the Career Services program. We also ask that you engage in behavior that reflects a common set of values: scholarship, honesty, civility, accountability, caring, discovery, and celebration.
All currently enrolled College of Computing undergraduate, graduate students, and alumni (less than one year) are eligible to participate in campus recruiting, in-person & virtually.
GT Offer Guidelines - Communicate your acceptance or refusal of a job offer to employers as promptly as possible, so they can notify other candidates that they are still being considered or that the position is filled. If you need an extension, please request one from an employer.
Reneging on Offers - If you have accepted an offer and the employer has confirmed their offer, you should cease all job search activities. Reneging a job offer is a serious issue and should never be done lightly. The College of Computing has built relationships with our employers, and the actions of one student can affect that employer’s relationship with all other students. Most importantly, reneging always has a negative impact on peers who also applied to the same positions. It is ethically appropriate that if you have accepted an offer and the employer has confirmed your acceptance, you should cease all job search activities. In the case that you do need to renege on an offer, notify the employer immediately as well as your career advisor. If you need assistance, please make an appointment as soon as possible.
Misrepresentation - Misrepresentation of any information provided to an employer may result in immediate suspension of Career Center services and may result in reporting to the Office of Student Integrity.
Career Services Resources
- Student Resources
- Career Fair
- Recruiter Information