For those interested in creating a better future, there is no shortage of opportunities for students to begin to think, plan, and act on their ideas:
AASU works to empower, connect, and advocate for black students on this campus. As part of those efforts AASU aims to be regularly engaged in social justice work.
Arts@Tech is a movement to bring arts together, improve the arts, integrate arts, and value arts on campus. Arts@Tech Ambassadors are the first effort to organize students to be involved and engaged in this process. We aim to merge arts, academics, and wellness by connecting students to opportunities and resources for creative expression.
Asha for Education Georgia Tech is a student run organization, which raises funds for education of underprivileged children and women. They represent the student wing of Asha for education Atlanta - which is one of the 50+ chapters throughout USA for Asha for education.
Buzz Mobile Health aims to provide a service-oriented, holistic approach to street medicine utilizing undergraduate caseworkers, medical students, nursing students, law practitioners, medical providers, and bioinformatics researchers. Team members work together to reduce health disparities among the underserved population in Atlanta.
This organization aims to empower and support the population of students living with type 1 diabetes at Georgia Tech. They also provide education and advocacy surrounding both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, volunteer in the community (ex. at the Atlanta Community Food Bank, which serves a significant population of individuals living with type 2 diabetes), and more.
A student organization on campus that seeks to integrate technologies and policies in the larger energy landscape. Caters to all majors and both graduate and undergraduate students
ESW is a student organization that leads projects that promote environmental, social, and economic sustainable solutions to local, national, and global problems. They also host guest speakers, workshops, and service days to get more involved with the professional sustainability network in Atlanta.
EWB supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.
En2Em is a student organization whose goal is to be innovative, passionate, and committed in showing Georgia Tech students how their entrepreneurial ability can be used to tackle the world's greatest challenges. They host the annual Social Enterprise Career Fair.
An interdisciplinary society of Georgia Tech volunteers whose purpose is to aid local non-profits, social enterprises, and civic-minded entrepreneurs through service-oriented design projects. Our goal is to leverage the unique skills of Georgia Tech students to give back to the community by solving problems for local non-profits.
The mission of FIMRC is to provide access to medical care for underprivileged and medically underserved families around the world. Each year they send volunteers abroad to provide healthcare and education to communities in need.
The Office of Student Diversity Programs began the GT Diversity Ambassador Program in 2013 for students who aspire to assist with the Office’s student initiatives. As Diversity Ambassadors, we are committed to learning about the the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and are willing to participate in a two-semester program to work towards becoming more multicultural competent.
Global Jackets is an organization that promotes cultural diversity on Tech campus. They work on bringing students and organizations from different cultural backgrounds together and have them explore this variance in different forms and aspects.
Green Alliance is a function of the SGA Sustainability Committee which facilitates cooperation between faculty, staff, and student sustainability movements on campus. They present a united front for Georgia Tech sustainability efforts in interactions with the City of Atlanta and larger global community, and advocates for students' sustainability concerns.
An annual competition or current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early-stage product or service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world.
GTIA is an organization that champions international culture and diversity. They are one of the Office of Undergraduate Admission student groups and do recruitment efforts throughout the year and also focus on building a stronger international community on campus and promote cultural exchange.
Lambda Sigma is an honor society dedicated to the spirit of service. The chapter participates in about 6 service events each semester, and these events are chosen, planned, and implemented by the members.
The Scheller Net Impact Student Chapter supports the development of the future business leaders by elevating awareness of sustainability, and equipping students with skills to address environmental and social impact issues as they progress in their careers.
The SGA Sustainability Committee facilitates cooperation between faculty, staff, and student sustainability movements to help present a united front for Georgia Tech sustainability efforts.
A student-run organization at the Georgia Institute of Technology dedicated to promoting the awareness and implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable practices on our campus and in the local Atlanta community.
Volunteers Around the World is a national organization with chapters across the U.S., including this GT Chapter. Teams work to set up medical and dental mobile clinics in rural communities around the world.