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Apply Now for Spring Co-op/Internship

Interested in participating in a spring co-op or internship? All master's and Ph.D. students are encouraged to undertake internships — or co-ops — as a part of their academic experience at Georgia Tech.

The deadline to apply for the spring is 4 p.m. on Jan. 4, 2019. Here are additional details you need to know: 

Benefits of Participating in the Program

  • Co-op/internship audit hours are tuition-free.
  • Audit hours are recorded on your official transcript.
  • Maintain active student status during your work terms (required for international students).
  • Earnings do not affect FAFSA status.
  • Career advisors can provide support during your work term.

Spring Work Term Requirements

  • Length of Work Term: 15 weeks minimum
  • Earliest Start Date: Dec. 17, 2018
  • Latest End Date: May 3, 2019 (F-1 students using CPT work authorization must end by this date. U.S. citizens, permanent residents, J-1, and students using OPT may work until the start of classes.)
  • Full-time Work: 36-40 hours per week
  • Part-time Work: 6‒20 hours per week (Visa-holders must maintain 12 hours of enrollment during fall and spring semesters)

For information on Graduate Co-op/Internship Program requirements and how to apply, click here.

Also, co-op/internship and career advising is available during walk-in hours on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. in the Center for Career Discovery and Development (on the first floor of the Bill Moore Success Center, next to the Tech Tower). Or, schedule an appointment via CareerBuzz.

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  • Graduate Student Internship

For More Information Contact

Robbie Ouzts
Graduate Co-op/Internship Advising

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