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Smart Sea Level Tools for Emergency Response Planning Installed

Georgia Tech Savannah is working with the City of Savannah and Chatham County officials to develop and deploy small sensor technology for measuring sea level flood risk to inform the community in real-time during natural disasters and storms.

Read the full story on The Coastal Buzz.

New Partnership Aims to Advance Logistics Industry in Georgia

On July 31, the Georgia Ports Authority, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the Port of Savannah that creates a new relationship aimed at supporting the state’s logistics industry in economic development, research and education.

Students leave coding boot camp with real projects

The demand for web developers and computer programmers continues to be on the rise across the country. Georgia Tech-Savannah’s Coding Boot Camp program is giving aspiring techies the crucial hands-on experience needed to help fill the local job shortage.

Georgia Tech-Savannah's coding boot camp hosts demo day

Aspiring coders presented a variety of projects including data collection for area real estate agents, an interactive text adventure game, and a real-time educational environment. Some even created a program to fill a need for their current employer.

Over the 24-week course, students learned everything from the basics of coding, algorithms and data structure, to intensive training in Javascript, Node.js, HTML, CSS, jQuery, and C# while creating a body of work for their budding portfolio. The program has already graduated almost 100 new students since it started in 2017.

Meet Vincent J. Hoover

When U.S. Army Plans Officer Vincent J. Hoover attended his first job fair, he had no doubt he was well prepared. Having graduated from the VET² Lean Six Sigma program offered in Georgia Tech-Savannah, the finance major and infantry officer was interviewed by eight companies. “Hands down, I was one of the best candidates there because of the Georgia Tech Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program,” he said.

Ga. Tech program looks to help integrate vets into workforce

Coastal Courier: Panel discussion slated for Sept. 14 in Savannah

Several Savannah business and military leaders – including Col. Jason Wolter, Garrison Commander of Fort Stewart; Mike Tucker, director of Coastal Workforce Board; Brad Patterson, HR manager of Comcast; and a recently-transitioned service member from Fort Stewart/HAAF – will address Georgia Tech-Savannah’s “Learners and Leaders” series at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 14.

Georgia Tech-Savannah graduates its first Coding Boot Camp

As web design and development move to the forefront in today’s economy, Georgia-Tech Savannah this week graduated its first Coding Boot Camp. The intense six-month program teaches the fundamentals of coding and web development.

“I have never seen code before, and I definitely feel like I got a lot out of this boot camp,” graduate Laurie Zipperer said.

Business in Savannah interviews Diane Lee

Diane Lee, director of Georgia Tech Savannah, spoke with Business In Savannah about the role the campus plays in coastal Georgia communities. In the interview, Lee highlights some of the programs offered at Georgia Tech Savannah, their outreach efforts, and the future of the campus.

To what kind of students does Georgia Tech-Savannah cater?

Georgia Tech-Savannah Announces New Officer, Members for Advisory Board

SAVANNAH - January 07, 2016 - Georgia Tech-Savannah recently announced the appointment of a new chairman and four new advisory board members, each of whom were selected for their leadership roles within the community. James Collins, of Thomas & Hutton Engineering Co., was elected chair of the board. Other board members elected included:

Meet Dan LaRubio

When Dan LaRubio returned from a second tour in Afghanistan as part of the Georgia National Guard, he had plenty of skills to offer any company. In addition to military service, he had experience as a supervisor in a variety of sectors — business administration, retail and hospitality.

LaRubio wanted to find an employer who would meet him face-to-face and talk about his skills and career potential rather than check off the qualifications listed on his resume. There’s more to a person than what you can list on a piece of paper, he thought.

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