For Ellen Min, the Georgia Tech experience gave her more than a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering. She was able to have the quintessential college experience building relationships and engaging with the campus community in ways that surprised her.
Her Georgia Tech resume clearly demonstrates her role as a campus leader – FASET Orientation leader and cabinet member, intern at General Electric and Porsche, Student Government Association committee chair, Georgia Tech Student Ambassador, Ms. Georgia Tech contestant Ramblin' Reck club member and on and on.
In 2015 she was selected to attend the Atlantic Coast Conference Student Leadership Symposium, and was a Georgia Tech tour guide.
“The best thing about Georgia Tech is that it has provided me a space to grow and figure out what I want to do with my life,” Min said. “It’s also provided me with endless opportunities to pursue my goals.”