What We Do
Who We Are
The Office of Information Technology serves as the central IT organization for Georgia Tech – delivering core IT services to students, faculty, researchers, and staff, as well as Institute partners and friends.
Why We Do It
Research has shown that working an on-campus job strengthens academic performance. Furthermore, they provide opportunities to apply your in-class learnings, bolster your resume/portfolio, and reinforce industry skillsets.
How We Do It
Students can select from a breadth of IT roles that align with their academic concentrations and career aspirations. Roles are offered across a variety of divisions including OIT including Cyber Security, Web Development, Infrastructure, and more!
We Build Meaningful Work Experiences
Our students are assigned real work that impacts the institute and furthers Georgia Tech’s Strategic Goals.
These experiences are highly sought in the industry and bolster the marketability of our students upon graduation and in future endeavours.
"Being able to directly interact with the clients and end-users in order to create a more impactful and interactive experience for my peers was surely an enriching journey. I tremendously value the level of collaboration that is there within the team since it gave me a different perspective at every step. I now have a much better outlook towards accessibility features and what the users want."
Riya B. MS-HCI @ Snowflake
"It has been a wonderful experience working at the office of IT. I got to practice user research, user-centered design, and visual design when working on the Dining and HR website. It gave me a great sense of achievement cooperating with different teams and seeing the designs being realized. Also, I’m grateful for my colleagues who are extremely helpful and supportive. Their advice, encouragement, and kind help made me enjoy every moment of the work.""
Xiao L. MS-HCI @ ServiceNow
"Over the past 10 months, I had the opportunity to pursue my last semesters of education and work on meaningful projects positively impacting my community: GeorgiaTech. This position was insightful and pushed me to grow personally and professionally. I developed and strengthened new skills that allowed me to land a promising full time job after my graduation. My amazing manager helped me through the development of all my assigned GeorgiaTech websites. Through every weekly design showcase, I had the chance to meet other student developers and grow my network. Overall, I would recommend this position to any student at Tech!"
Yasmine S. BS Computer Science @ Microsoft