We Support Students Considering a Career in K-12 Education

Pre-Teaching Advising supports undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, and alumni considering a career in K-12 education. We can connect you with career exploration opportunities, provide job search assistance, and support you in applying for graduate programs related to education

Pre-Teaching Advising is part of the Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional (PGPP) Advising unit within Georgia Tech’s Office of Undergraduate Education, as well as part of the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) within the Office of the Provost 

NOTE: Georgia Tech Pre-Teaching is not a certification program nor a Georgia educator preparation program provider.  

 Contact a Pre-Teaching Advisor!

Undergraduate appointments: htttps://advisor.gatech.edu

Graduate student and alumni appointments, email Susan Belmonte: sbelmonte@gatech.edu

Weekly virtual drop-in hours:
Mon, 8:30am – 9:30am  Eastern Time
Th, 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time 

Drop-in appointments are for quick questions of 10-15 minutes. No appointment needed. There are no drop-ins during Institute holidays

Click here for upcoming drop-in cancellations and for more details about full-length appointments 

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Sign up for our listserv to learn about recruitment events, fellowship opportunities, info sessions, and more. Email sbelmonte@gatech.edu to be put on the distribution list.

McKaela was an English and Literature as a Teaching Fellow with Breakthrough Atlanta for Summer 2022.. Her work included service, teaching middle schoolers, lesson planning, leadership training, and classroom experience. Breakthrough Atlanta is under AmeriCorps and works to increase academic opportunities for motivated and underserved students and developing the next generation of educators by having college students working as teachers .

McKaela Kramer

Literature, Media, and Communication, Class of ’23

 Nicholas was a WW Teaching Fellow in Pennsylvania through the Institute for Citizen Scholars.  Nicholas earned a masters in mathematics education and his Pennsylvania teaching license while apprenticing in a high-needs secondary school.

Nicholas Pinto

B.S, Economics & B.S., Mathematics, ‘19, M.Ed, West Chester University