Opportunities For ECE Co-Op On Campus

 Kelly Stevens is a research scientist at  GTRI (Georgia Tech Research Institute) which is an industry-funded research group here on Georgia Tech’s campus. Her lab is interested in recruiting more women in technology and there are a variety of co-op opportunities in the lab for electrical and computer engineers.  The lab develops and measures novel antenna technologies.  No prior experience in antenna is required – they will teach you everything. One of the beautiful things about this opportunity is you can live on campus and, in some cases, even take a class on campus during your work term to help reduce the impact on your graduation date.  They have a very friendly atmosphere and you will gain good real-world experience that brings your classwork to life.

They are looking for U.S. citizens with a minimum GPA of 3.0  who are interested in a co-op. Send resumes and questions to Kelly Stevens (kelly.stevens@gtri.gatech.edu) and she will coach your application through the rest of the process.