Student Life Outside the Classroom

When our students are done with their work, there's plenty to fill up their time. Georgia Tech and the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering support a wide array of extra-curricular activities and resources our students. Here are some resources at the Daniel Guggenheim School to help you make the most of your time with us.

Career Fairs and Recruitment Sessions

The week of September 21 is Career Week. It kicks off Monday, September 21 and Tuesday, September 22 with the Institute's ALL-MAJORS Career Fair. On Wednesday, September 23 and Thursday, September 24, the AE School and the Georgia Tech chapter of Sigma Gamma Tau hosts the AE Virtual Career Fair which features employers and research opportunities that are focused on skills and career aspirations focused more on aerospace engineering. Throughout the week, there will be opportunities for students to attend virtual info sessions with employers who have already decided they want to recruit from our school. Create an account with Career Fair Plus to get started. 

Resources to Prepare You

  • Grad Student Welcome: Date TBA
  • GT Graduate Student Checklist
  • Grad Groups: Georgia Tech’s extended orientation program for new graduate students that provides opportunities for networking with other new graduate students from across campus and exposure to valuable campus resources

Competitions

There are numerous local, regional, and national competitions hosted by the AE chapters of various organizations. Some of the design competitions will give you a chance to earn credit (and the attention of future employers). Even if you don't go for the credit, you'll have the time of your life.
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Student Organizations

There are more than 200 registered organizations on the Georgia Tech campus - from A Capella to Zeta Tau Alpha. The Georgia Tech Office of Student Engagement has put together OrgSync, a website that features information on what all of the registered student organizations are doing every day. Sign up for OrgSync and you will get a weekly newsletter, The Weekly Digest, that tells you what's going on.

The School of Aerospace Engineering has also listed some of the organizations that are most popular with AE students below. We hope that helps, but don't be limited by our imagination. Check out the full list.

What does a year in the life of AE really look like?

Check out this photo album of A Year in the Life @AE

four AE undergraduates smiling for the camera during the 2015 undergraduate picnic