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You’re Invited!!! GTCAG’s 6th Annual Homecoming Brunch!!!

November 1, 2014 – 10 a.m. – Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center

GT Alums and Friends, come celebrate with us over the Homecoming weekend as we remember our times at Tech and continue to support the current program.  One of the best ways to do that is to attend the 6th Annual Homecoming Brunch hosted by the Georgia Tech Co-op Alumni Affinity Group.  It’s a great opportunity to meet others who are interested in and appreciative of the Co-op Program at Georgia Tech.  The Brunch will be at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center from 10 - 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 1.  This gives you plenty of time to attend the Ramblin Wreck Parade and the Tailgate Party.

This year, we will honor our fifth recipient of the Centennial Co-op Alumni Award. The recipient is Dr. Gary May EE ’85, Dean of Engineering at Georgia Tech. GTCAG wants to honor Dr. May for his dedication and service to Georgia Tech and his continued efforts to keep us in the top echelon of public universities.  Previous recipients were Warren Batts, EE ’61, Parker (Pete) Petit ME ’62, MSEM ’64, John Goodwyne IE '62 and E. Roe Stamps IE ‘67

Plenty of good food will be available. The cost is free but we will ask you to RSVP to help with our planning.  If you have any questions, reach out to us at gtcag@gtalumni.org.  We cannot wait to see you again. GO JACKETS!!!




Mission Statement Summary:
 
The Georgia Tech Co-op Affinity Group (GTCAG) is organized to promote and facilitate the engagement of Co-op Affiliated Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Employers, Friends, and Students with the Georgia Tech Alumni Association and the Institute as a whole.  Co-op affiliation includes but is not limited to those who have participated in our wish to support the success of the co-op program.
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What is Cooperative Education?
  • A learning approach that integrates college studies with working experiences in industry, business, government, and public service
  • An educational program consisting of in-school instruction alternating with   on-the-job work experience in a business or industrial establishment
  • An instructional program that is designed to complement the student's academic training with realistic on-the-job work experiences 


Coop Videos

   
 
GTCAG is made up of alumni and friends of the Georgia Tech Cooperative Education Program.  We strongly believe in the value of cooperative education and work to further the knowledge and understanding of the program with Georgia Tech applicants, enrolled students, faculty, fellow co-op alumni, as well as existing or potential  employers of cooperative education students.

Contact Us:
We are looking for others who are excited about expanding the  co-op experience at Georgia Tech or just reconnecting with over 13,000 former GT co-ops.  Please contact us at gtcag@gtalumni.org and include the following information to confirm our GT co-op alumni rolls and get involved:
  • Full Name (including maiden name at graduation if appropriate)
  • Major and Graduation Year (a.k.a. "When You Got Out")
  • Preferred Return Contact Info (phone, e-mail, etc.)
  • Former Co-op Employer(s) and Number of Rotations Worked
  • Current Employer and Job Function
  • GTCAG Areas of Interest (co-op alumni outreach, fund-raising, endowment/scholarship set-up, marketing, communications, etc.)  
Co-op Program Testimonials:
  • To see a video from GT co-op Lauren Doucette Click here
  • To see a video from GT co-op Nathan Raines Click here
  • To see a video from GT co-op Johannes Liem Click here
Prospective Co-op Students:
All you ever wanted to know about the Georgia Tech Cooperative Education Program, Current Employers, and how to become a Co-op Student.  Click Here
 
Prospective Co-op Employers:
All you ever wanted to know about the Cooperative Education Program, Potential Co-op Student Candidates, how to become a Co-op Employer, etc.  Click Here
 
 
 
 

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