K-12 Internships

Through partnerships with local Atlanta schools and other Tech programs, students have the opportunity to explore a career in teaching. All K-12 internships are paid and qualify for internship credit for Tech students through the Georgia Tech Center for Career Discovery and Development. Internships last from 6 - 16 weeks depending on the academic term and internship. Click on the individual opportunitites to learn more. Interns audit the credit hours for the internship and do not pay tuition or fees for those credit hours.

2014 SUMMER TERM PRE-TEACHING INTERNSHIPS

Centennial Place Academy Action Research Internship (description) **closed

Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP) **Positions still available!

Horizons Georgia Tech **closed

GoSTEM Pathways **Application deadline is April 30, 2014.

Breakthrough Atlanta (deadlines April 18 for early decision and May 16 for final decision) Application access as of April 4, 2014: http://breakthrough.tfaforms.net/305086

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2014 Spring internships (closed until 2015)

Centennial Place Elementary School - Technology Integration Click here for the application.

Centennial Place Elementary School - Science Click here for the application.

Grady High School - Mathematics (Analytical Geometry) Click here for the application.

Grady High School - Biology (Biology 1 and AP Biology) Click here for the application.

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Post-baccalaureate internships

Woodberry Forest School Kenan-Lewis Internship (Woodberry Forest, Virginia)

Wesleyan Faculty Fellows (Norcross, GA)