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Information about mandatory overview sessions, workshops, prestigious fellowships, the 2016 Intellectual Property Career Showcase, and Pre-Teaching's new global internship in Peru.

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Mandatory Overview Sessions Required for New Pre-Health Students

To ensure that all students considering a health-related career are aware of pre-health services and opportunities and to create advising time for more individual consultation, Pre-Health Advising now requires students to attend an information session before scheduling their first pre-health advising appointments. Sessions will be offered the following days and times:

September 20, 11 a.m. - noon, Bill Moore Student Success Center President's Suite A

October 18, 11 a.m. - noon, Bill Moore Student Success Center Press Room B

November 15, 11 a.m. - noon, Bill Moore Student Success Center President's Suite A

Sessions are scheduled during the hour-long break in classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays to ensure that students will not have scheduling conflicts. If students are unable to attend these sessions, they should contact a pre-health advisor directly at Once new pre-health students have attended the overview session, they can schedule a first-time appointment at

Workshop Helps Students Turn a Gap Year into a Bridge Year

The Pre-Graduate and Pre-Professional Advising team will present a Bridge Year Workshop Tuesday, September 27, 11 a.m. - noon, in the Bill Moore Student Success Center President's Suites C & D. This interactive workshop will help undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent grads to turn a "gap year" into a "bridge year" that brings them closer to their goals. Please encourage all students or recent grads to come to hear more about opportunities to grow personally and professionally in the time between graduation and employment or professional school.

Prestigious Fellowships Advising Matches Students with National Scholarships

Prestigious Fellowships Advising at Georgia Tech works with high-achieving students to identify and pursue national and international scholarship opportunities. Students usually begin applying for these awards in their sophomore year and may continue to pursue them after graduation. Anybody who wants to learn more may contact or schedule an appointment for "prestigious fellowships" at

2016 Intellectual Property Career Showcase Introduces Students to Fast-Growing Legal Field

The Intellectual Property (IP) Career Showcase is a chance to learn about career opportunities within intellectual property from IP professionals from the United States Patent and Trademark office, local law firms, and practicing attorneys and judges. The event will take place October 26, 2 - 7 p.m., in the Bill Moore Student Success Center and includes five panel sessions followed by a networking reception. Discover what professional opportunities are available within IP. Some of these opportunities require a law degree, and some do not. Anyone interested in learning more about possible career opportunities should come. Register at


Pre-Teaching Announces a New Global Internship in Peru

We encourage students considering a career in K-12 education to learn by doing a local or global teaching internship. Anybody interested in a teaching internship abroad can attend an information session Thursday, September 8, from 5 - 6 p.m. in the Student Center Crescent Room. More information is available, here.

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