Georgia Tech undergraduate and graduate students engage with IPaT in many ways, including joining research teams, collaborating with other students and faculty, and participating in student competitions. We also provide connections to industry partners, funding and other resources to facilitate student projects and research.
Jobs and Internships
Lab Assistant (RNOC)
The student lab assistant serves as primary staff engaging with users of the RNOC Lab. They assist users with borrowing phones, tablets, and other mobile and wearable devices; Arduinos, Raspberry Pi’s and other IoT development kits; a variety of sensors; cameras and media capture devices and other various equipment from the RNOC Lending Library. They support students in preparation to compete in the biannual Convergence Innovation Competition, aid in the production of workshops and judging events for CIC. Student lab assistants have the opportunity to work on projects in the lab including data analysis, application development, server administration, and prototype design and development. Contact Faith Sumpter, IPaT Program and Operations Manager, for more information and to apply.
Technical Assistant II (IPaT)
Assist with technical office tasks such as desktop support (student must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel). Assist with maintaining an organized filing system and other tasks such as typing, faxing, running errands, assisting with receptions and greeting visitors. Assist with basic tasks associated with marketing outreach and conferences. Must be dependable, conscientious, and organized.
Student Assistant II (IPaT)
The Institute for People and Technology (IPaT), an interdisciplinary research institute at Georgia Tech is looking for a Georgia Tech student to assist our Research Communications team. You'll work closely with our Research Communications Program Manager to share Georgia Tech's research, news, and events across campus, with our external partners, and the media.
Student Assistant II (IPaT - Smart Sea Level Sensor)
IPaT's Smart Sea Level Sensor project is looking for a student assistant to work up to 15 hours per week during the Spring Semester 2020. The student will help with maintaining the team's contact database, developing content for newsletters, monitor social media and help with event set up. Desired skills include clerical and data entry tasks, ability to assist with events' associated tasks. Must be dependable, conscientious, and organized. The student must be proficient in basic software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Smart Community Corps
The Georgia Smart Community Corps is a paid full-time (40 hours/week) internship for civic-minded Georgia Tech students dedicated to creating livable, and equitable communities through smart technology and data implementation over the summer semester. Fellows are placed in one of Georgia Smart Community Challenge grantees and be part of the project team.