Georgia Tech Staff Council presents: Inform Georgia Tech - Advocating for Georgia Tech by Dene Sheheane. This event will take place on May 26, 2016 from 11:15am-12:15pm at the Clary Theater in the Bill Moore Student Success Center.
Graduate Student Employee Processing (GSEP) offers an opportunity for incoming graduate students (GRA/GTA/GA) to complete new hire paperwork in a one-stop shop. Representatives from Georgia Tech Human Resources and the U.S. Social Security Administration will be in attendance, as well as a select group of banks.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has received the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) recognition award. This is the first year this prestigious award is being given to institutes of higher education. Recipients are awarded based on their commitment to and demonstration of innovative efforts to reduce utility costs and environmental impact, improve health and wellness, and ensure effective sustainability education.
The Center for Community Health and Well-Being and Go T.E.C.H. are hosting the seventh annual Employee Health Fair on Wednesday, May 25th, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia. All faculty and staff are invited to attend the Health Fair free of charge.
Come meet leading vendors and discover new products for your events at the ECN Vendor Showcase held at McCamish Pavilion. This event is open to the entire Georgia Tech community and our neighboring institutions.
Meet with Georgia Tech’s Bank@Work vendors to explore new benefits and access to worryfree banking. Sign up for free seminars on budgeting and saving, retirement and more. While you don't have to register to attend for general information, registrationis necessary for the three workshops below: Location is Student Center Room 320.
Buying school supplies for kids can get expensive. Costs can sometimes run upwards of $100.00 per child, per school year! That’s why Georgia Tech Human Resources created “Buzzin’ Back to School” – its annual school supply drive by Georgia Tech families, for Georgia Tech families.
Kicking off on June 1, the campaign provides an opportunity for Georgia Tech employees to donate school supplies for colleagues who might not have financial resources to purchase them for their children.