Below is a list of internship opportunities that are embedded in Georgia Tech's commercialization ecosystem. Check the website links for the latest information on each program, including qualifications, deadlines, objectives, and contact information.
Engage Venture Capital Internships
The Engage Internship is an intense, year-round practicum and education program designed to enhance the higher education experience by employing undergraduate and graduate students on ambitious, long-term, large-scale, multidisciplinary project teams.
The program runs in the Spring, Summer, and Fall, with around 15 students chosen every cohort across four tracks – Investments Analysts, Insights Analysts, Design and Communications Associates, and Operations Associates – with the expectation of committing 15-20 hours/week during the school year.
Enterprise 6 Internship Program (Enterprise Innovation Institute)
The Enterprise 6 program is open to undergraduate and graduate students who were enrolled at Georgia Tech. Selected students will be mentored by a research faculty member. Enterprise 6 interns will meet remotely on a bi-weekly basis to share observations about their experiences.
While Enterprise 6 positions are not for academic credit, the program does offer real world experience and compensation.
Biolocity Internship Program
The Biolocity internship program is designed to provide aspiring health technology professionals with the ability to assess market potential for early-stage technologies. Interns are trained to assist in healthcare technology assessment, including market assessment, competitive analysis, as well as identification of key market and product development risks that should be addressed for commercialization translation success.