OUE Employment Opportunities

The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE) challenges students to become accomplished learners who are able to make meaningful connections among work, study, and community. We connect curricular and co-curricular offerings to assist students in developing a strong foundation for success, during college and after. We do this through the efforts of our professional staff and student assistants. If you'd like to explore a career with OUE, view the current openings below and follow the link to apply.

Georgia Tech offers our faculty and staff a community that values diversity, education, training, and personal development. Being part of an environment that thrives on innovation and excellence is exciting for all who set foot on campus. Tech’s legendary history and extraordinary foresight make it a place where tradition combines with cutting-edge research and practices. This makes Georgia Tech a unique and opportune place to start or propel your career.

Student Assistants

Center for Academic Success (CAS)

CAS accepts applications for undergraduate​ student employees on a rolling basis. 

Applications for the FALL semester are reviewed in the previous SPRING and SUMMER semesters, and applications for the SPRING semester are reviewed in the previous FALL semester. We typically do not hire new student employees for the SUMMER term.

They currently have three (3) student positions available: Student Assistants, 1-to-1 Tutors, PLUS Leaders.

 

Standing Positions

We are always looking for students with a background in graphic design, photography/videography, and web design. If you think you'd be a great addition to our student assistant team, please click the link below to contact us.

PROFESSIONAL STAFF

Academic Transition Program & Operations Manager

The primary responsibilities of this position will entail programming and operations associated with the Academic Transitions Programs in the Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE), including GT1000: First-Year Seminar, GT 2000: Transfer Student Seminar, and Project One. This includes curricular and co-curricular programs, event planning, marketing and communication, and related programmatic support. The position will manage the peer leader and student mentorship and leadership programs for GT 1000 & GT 2000 and work closely with a variety of stakeholders across campus, including students, faculty, and staff.

If you're interested in other open positions at Georgia Tech, you can view those by clicking the link below: