Professional and student organizations and honor societies offer a great way to increase your leadership skills, network, get an early start on job hunting, gain further professional development, and may help you find a relevant scholarship. Consider joining one to enhance your academic experience.
Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) is the professional organization for IEs. ISyE has the largest and most active IIE Student Chapter that organizes career fairs, company information sessions, site visits, alumni sessions, course information sessions, etc. Consider joining IIE. It may be an important catalyst in your career.
ISyE Ambassadors is a group of student who work with ISyE to increase student involvement in admissions events, community outreach, and interaction with faculty. To learn more contact ISyE's Academic Advisement Office.
Alpha Pi Mu (ΑΠΜ) is the honor society for IEs. It was established by James T. French, a senior in ISyE in Georgia Tech in 1949. Membership is extended only to Industrial Engineering juniors in the top 1/5 of their class and seniors in the top 1/3 of their class.
APICS or the American Production and Inventory Control Society is the leading professional organization for supply chain management in the United States. The APICS chapter at Georgia Tech is the premier supply chain organization on campus that promotes student interest in this field. With strong ties to the APICS Atlanta Chapter and the Supply Chain and Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech, APICS at GT aims to provide opportunities in professional networking, case competitions, information sessions and everything supply chain related.
Energy Club at Georgia Tech is dedicated to bringing together different viewpoints on energy and energy-related social, economic, and political issues.
Engineers Without Borders serves as a resource for personal development and a stronger understanding of global health and humanitarian engineering concerns.
Georgia Tech Society of Black Engineers serves as a professional, social, and cultural outlet for students while serving as a voice for the Black population on campus.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is the largest Latin American student organization at Tech.
Society of Women Engineers gives Georgia Tech women engineering students a place and voice within the engineering industry.
Tau Beta Pi (ΤΒΠ) is an engineering honor society. It is dedicated to excellence and to the spirit of liberal culture in engineering. Membership is extended to the top 1/8 of the junior class, or the top 1/5 of the senior class.
Undergraduate Student Government Association is for students who want to participate in the governance of the Institute as they enhance the quality of student life at Georgia Tech.