Curious about how we can help you make your next career move? Check out what employers and students at the 2019 AE Career Fair and Expo had to say.
Plan Your Aerospace Engineering Career While You Earn Your Aerospace Engineering Degree
While you are enrolled at Georgia Tech, we encourage you to take advantage of the career fairs, resume prep sessions, fellowships, internships, and other opportunities that Tech offers.
AE Mentors In Residence
The Mentors in Residence initiative gives AE students the chance to choose a professional mentor and sign up for a half-hour mentoring session. During the COVID-19 tamp down, we are offering virtual mentoring sessions. find out more
Aerospace Engineering Career Fair
The AE School teams up with Sigma Gamma Tau to host its own career fair every fall. To accommodate new COVID safety protocols, the AE School will be prepared to stage a remote event, as it did in Fall 2020 when more than 500 students signed up for one-on-one or group meetings with top aerospace engineering employers.
September 16 - 17
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (EST)
Learn more and check out the employers who will be attending
Student registration begins Sept. 6
The only requirement is that you be ready to impress your future employer. Dress like you care and bring that resume. There are no second chances to make a good first impression.
Georgia Tech All Majors Career Fair
Bring your A-game...and your resume. This campus-wide career fair will feature reps from more than 400 employers. Internships, co-ops, and full-time jobs are promoted at this event. See who's attending the 2021 Georgia Tech All Majors Career Fair.
For many students, funded fellowships provide a great opportunity to expand their knowledge and resume within a specific area of engineering. A visit to the Georgia Tech Fellowship Office is the first step toward finding a fellowship that will add dimension to your degree and to your career aspirations.
Georgia Tech internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in their field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, and create a network of contacts. An internship may be either paid, unpaid or partially paid (in the form of a stipend) and can be offered during Spring, Summer, or Fall semesters.
Co-op is the link between the classroom and the workplace. Knowledge is gained and transferred between students and employers in alternating semesters of school and work, typically with the same employer. Multiple semesters are required because real learning takes time, commitment, and patience. Co-op at Georgia Tech is an optional, five-year program.