Internship

Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute and the Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) Program sponsor the Georgia Innovation Internships for students at Georgia Tech and other universities seeking opportunities for hands-on experience linking science, technology, and innovation to economic development.

The first Georgia Innovation Internships were initiated in Summer 2005, and the program has been offered each summer since then. Applications for each Summer’s program are invited in the Fall and early Spring semesters and awarded in the Spring semester. Internships are paid.

Apply for the Internship

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After completing their research and policy studies, interns are invited to present their analyses and recommendations to the broader economic development and innovation communities.

For more information about the Georgia Innovation Internship Summer Program, contact Jan Youtie: jan.youtie@innovate.gatech.edu.


Recent Georgia Innovation Interns

2017 Interns:

Nathaniel Horadam (Georgia Tech, Masters, School of City and Regional Planning)

Revathi Roopini Veriah (Georgia Tech, Masters, dual degree in City & Regional Planning and Public Policy)

Jessica Fisch (Georgia Tech, PhD., School of City and Regional Planning)


Results from previous internship rounds:

2017 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2016 Georgia Innovation Interns
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2015 Georgia Innovation Interns
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2014 Georgia Innovation Interns
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2013 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2012 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2011 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2010 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2009 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer
2008 Georgia Innovation Interns | Presentation Flyer | Newsletter Report
2007 Georgia Innovation Interns | Newsletter Report
2006 Georgia Innovation Interns | Newsletter Report
2005 Georgia Innovation Interns