Deadline: February 26, 2018
The mission of Horizons at Georgia Tech is to provide an academic, cultural, and recreational program designed to encourage a diverse group of students from low-income families to realize their full potential. The Horizons@GT Program partners with two local schools, Centennial Place and Drew Charter.
Working in partnership with families, Horizons@GT serves students of varying academic abilities throughout their childhood and adolescence. Horizons@GT is committed to the development of the whole child through experiences that build problem-solving skills, foster awareness of community responsibility, instill respect for oneself and others, and encourage a life-long interest in learning.
If you would like to be an intern with Horizons for the summer of 2018, apply now!
An internship with Horizons counts as a GT Pre-Teaching Advising Internship and comes with audit credit hours and transcript designation if you register through the Center for Career Discovery and Development.
Questions? Email Sirocus Barnes. firstname.lastname@example.org
Want help with your application materials? Susan Belmonte, GT Pre-Teaching Advisor, email@example.com