The Georgia Smart Community Corps is a paid full-time (40 hours/week) fellowship for civic-minded Georgia Tech students dedicated to creating livable, and equitable communities through smart technology and data implementation over the summer semester. Fellows are placed in one of Georgia Smart Community Challenge grantees and be part of the project team. This opportunity is a joint collaboration with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, Center for Career Discovery & Development, and the Student Government Association. It is generously funded by the Strategic Energy Institute.
Learn more watching our recorded informational webinar or view the informational presentation.
We are delighted to announce our GA Smart Community Corps first inaugural Interns. This was a highly competitive selection process. Each of our GA Smart Community Corps interns is stationed in one of the Georgia Smart Community Sites (Chatham, Chamblee, Gwinnett, Albany). They will work alongside our community partners for 10 weeks from May 20th through Aug 2nd. Our interns are also participating in the SLS (Serve, Learn, Sustain) and C2D2 (Center for Career Discovery and Development) programs.
To find out more about each GA Smart Intern, click on their names below:
- City of Albany | Daniel Marchetto
- City of Chamblee | Rey Angeles
- Chatham County | Akhil Chavan and Kate Ferencsik
- Gwinnett County | Zixiu Fu