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Campus Learning Directory

Innovation, collaboration, and learning touches every part of Georgia Tech — spanning across learning institutions, campus units, and campus services. Designed to help you explore these wide range of interesting and engaging learning opportunities happening on campus throughout the year, our Learning and Development Directory features a mixture of traditional training, professional development programs, group activities for physical and mental health, opportunities to explore creativity, and exhibits and seminars.

As new programs and opportunities are always being launched, and changes in existing programming regularly occur, please complete this form to add, edit, or remove an entry from the directory.

Professional Development
Workplace Learning & Professional Development

As Georgia Tech's campus provider of staff and faculty professional development opportunities, Workplace Learning & Professional Development (WLPD) is dedicated to advancing Georgia Tech’s mission and our community members’ career potential through engaging and applicable learning. Locate values-based skills training, or request a customized learning plan for you or your team.

Learn More about WLPD >

Professional Development Circles

Professional Development Circles are small, organized groups of people-manager professionals who gather to encourage each other, build connection and enhance their management fluency.

Learn More about Professional Development Circles >

MentorTech

Step out of your comfort zone and into a one-on-one experience designed to elevate your horizons and strengthen your leadership skills; serve as a mentor or participate as a mentee.

Learn More about MentorTech >

ASPIRE

Aspire is a four-month program designed to help aspiring leaders, who do not currently manage others, cultivate a leadership mindset and to lead from where they are.

Learn more about ASPIRE >

Education Assistance (TAP, STRAP, GTRC)

Georgia Tech offers several educational assistance programs for its faculty and staff that provide a tuition and mandatory fee waiver or reimbursement to full-time employees and research titled faculty.

Learn More about Education Assistance >

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

Staff Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement offers six Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) to support Georgia Tech’s efforts to build community and ensure that employees experience a greater sense of belonging.

Learn More about ERGs >

Leading Women@Tech

Leading Women@Tech program was launched to engage senior and emerging women leaders at the Institute.

Learn More about Leading Women@Tech >

Diversity Symposium

The Diversity Symposium provides a forum for robust, informed discussions among faculty, staff, and students, focusing on how we can support the Institute's commitment to inclusive excellence.

Learn More about the Diversity Symposium >

Inclusive Leaders Academy

The Diversity Symposium provides a forum for robust, informed discussions among faculty, staff, and students, focusing on how we can support the Institute's commitment to inclusive excellence.

Learn More about the Inclusive Leaders Academy >

Evening (Part-Time) MBA

The part-time format of our Evening MBA combines the comprehensive and customizable curriculum of our Full-time MBA with the flexibility to complete at your own pace, making it an ideal program for working professionals.

Learn More about the Evening MBA Program >

Library Classes

The library offers a wide variety of classes that are available to Georgia Tech employees and students, including multimedia, data visualization, patent, and subject-specific classes focusing on business and company information resources.

Learn More about the Library Classes >

Library Book Borrowing

Current Faculty and Staff who are paid through the Georgia Tech Payroll Office may borrow items using their BuzzCard, and from other Metro-Atlanta College libraries with an InterLibrary Use card. And don't forget about eBooks, audiobooks, journals, magazines, newspapers, and other services.

Learn More about Library Book Borrowing >

Techmasters (Toastmasters)

Techmasters Club' is a local chapter of Toastmasters International at Georgia Tech formed in 1987, and frequently achieves the annual Toastmasters International designation of 'President's Distinguished'.

Learn More about Techmasters >

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online subscription library that teaches the latest software tools and skills through high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized industry experts. Georgia Tech provides unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning for all faculty, staff, and students.

Learn More about LinkedIn Learning >

Language Institute Resources

Georgia Tech employees who are non-native English speakers may take courses at the Language Institute to improve their English communication skills for both professional and social reasons; resources include the Intensive English Program, short courses, or online courses.

Learn More about the Language Institute >

GTRI Organizational Development

GTRI Organizational Development engages all of their Research Faculty and Staff in developing a sustainable and high achieving workforce within an environment that is conducive to attracting and retaining the “best." Resources include training, coaching, job rotation, and more.

Learn More about GTRI Organizational Development >

Professional Education

Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), the Institute’s lifelong learning arm, believes that employees, at every level, should have the opportunity to develop and grow as professionals. Whether you’re looking to gain in-depth expertise through an online master’s degree, update your professional skills with a program certificate, or explore an industry topic with an individual course, GTPE offers a diverse range of hands-on, practical learning opportunities that can be applied to your current position immediately.

Before you decide to enroll, consider how you will fund your GTPE learning opportunities. As a Georgia Tech employee, there are financial savings available through GTPE course-based discounts and educational assistance programs, such as TAP. Additionally, engaging your manager is a key first step to determining how your department can financially support your learning goals.

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Health and Well-Being
Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers counseling and work/life balance assistance to employees and their family members.

Learn More about the Employee Assistance Program >

Fitness Classes

Group and Personal Training fitness sessions offer an opportunity to learn life-long skills, increase fitness levels, and just have fun!

Learn More about Fitness Classes >

Aquatic Classes and Lessons

Group, semi-private, and private instructional swim programs are available for children, minimum age of five years, and adults (CRC members and non-members).

Learn More about Auqatic Classes and Lessons >

Competitive Sports

Competitive Sports provides students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity for competition and fun in a variety of team and individual sports activities at various levels.

Learn More about Competitive Sports >

Outdoor Recreation

Georgia Tech offers one of the best outdoor recreation programs with adventure trips, leadership opportunities, outdoor gear rental and a leadership challenge course!

Learn More about Outdoor Sports >

Be Well Series (Benefits Education Workshops)

The benefits of education and wellness series will equip employees with the tools they need to make smart wellness choices for themselves and their families.

Learn More about the Be Well Series >

Health Initiatives Events/Programs

Health Initiatives is dedicated to creating programs and services that empower the campus community to practice healthy lifestyle behaviors; this includes "Certified Healthy" programs, book clubs, motivation and reinforcement tools, and more.

Learn More about Health Initiatives Events/Programs >

Safety Programs and Classes

The Crime Prevention Unit within the Georgia Tech Police Department engages everyone in the campus community in order to reduce crime and create a safer environment, offering a range of free classes to help educate students, faculty, and staff about safety and awareness.

Learn More about Safety Programs and Classes >

Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen's Police Academy is a four-week program designed to educate and inform citizens about issues that face campus law enforcement efforts at Georgia Tech and how the department operates; it is open to all members of the Georgia Tech community, including students, faculty, and staff.

Learn More about the Citizens Police Academy >

Women's Resource Center (Programs & Events)

The mission of the Women's Resource Center is to encourage and enhance the academic, personal and professional development of women at Georgia Tech by striving to create an environment that is inclusive and supportive of their vast diversity of experiences.

Learn More about the Women's Resource Center >

LGBTQIA Resource Center (Programs & Events)

The LGBTQIA Resource Center supports the Institute's commitment to inclusive excellence by engaging the campus community in education, advocacy, and outreach for people of all genders and sexual identities.

Learn More about the LGBTQIA Resource Center >

Creative
Ferst Center Performance/Events

Ferst Center for the Arts serves as a showcase for the presentation of concerts, lectures, dance, film, and theater.

Learn More about the Ferst Center Performance/Events >

Papermaking Museum Tours/Exhibitions

Tour the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking to discover how papermaking has evolved over time, including approximately three changing exhibits a year on and about paper.

Learn More about Papermaking Museum Tours/Exhibitions >

Papermaking Museum Workshops

These workshops provide instruction and materials for unique paper making and paper-related projects for a team experience.

Learn More about Papermaking Museum Workshops >

Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit

The Office of the Arts presents the second annual Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit. This exhibit serves as a unique opportunity for Georgia Tech faculty and staff to display their artwork in the Ferst Center for the Arts. At the opening reception and for the first week of the exhibit, visitors can vote for their favorite piece of art.

Learn More about Georgia Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit > 

Ticket Buzz (Atlanta area Ticket Discounts)

Ferst Center Box Office offers the campus community discounted tickets to local area attractions, movies, activities and more!

Learn More about Ticket Buzz >

Perks and Programs (Discounts)

Georgia Tech has a partnership with local, statewide and national businesses that offer discounts and other incentives to employees and students with valid University identification cards.

Leanr More about Perks and Programs >

Invention Studio Workshops and Project Creation

Whether it’s for research, personal, or academic usage, the Invention Studio supports all students, staff, and faculty in their desire to build projects using 3D printers, laser cutters, waterjets, and more.

Learn More about Invention Studio Workshops and Project Creation >

Paper and Clay

The many pottery, ceramic glazing, and other art activity classes and workshops offered throughout the year are a great way to hone your or your team's skills and engage your right brain.

Learn More about Paper and Clay >

Tech Rec

Tech Rec has eight bowling lanes, eight billiards tables, a gaming lounge, table tennis, air hockey, and foosball to engage you and your team.

Learn More about Tech Rec >

Service to Others
Civic Engagement

Civic engagement encompasses the numerous ways in which students, faculty and staff promote positive social change. Opportunities to engage with community partners exist in co-curricular settings, academic based community service courses, and departmental sponsored outreach programs.

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Student Organizations

Getting engaged in life in and outside of the classroom is key to student success at Georgia Tech. Joining or chartering a student organization provides an opportunity for them to sharpen organizational, leadership, and communication skills. And as a faculty or staff member you can support this effort by serving as an organization advisor.

Learn More about Student Organizations >

GT 1000 & GT 2000

Georgia Tech employees, who have been employed by GT for at least one year prior to the start of the semester they will teach and have earned a Master's degree or higher in any field, can apply to teach a section of GT 1000 or GT 2000.

Learn More about GT 1000 & GT 2000 >

Leadership Fellows (Leadership, Education, & Development)

The LEAD Office has created a leadership-based fellows program for Georgia Tech Master's, Ph.D. students, faculty, staff, and alumni who have an interest in learning to develop others and would like to become a leadership coach for Georgia Tech students.

Learn More about Leadership Fellows >

LGBTQIA Resource Center (Programs & Events)

The LGBTQIA Resource Center supports the Institute's commitment to inclusive excellence by engaging the campus community in education, advocacy, and outreach for people of all genders and sexual identities.

Learn More about the LGBTQIA Resource Center >

Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program

The Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program brings together faculty, staff, and students who individually and collectively advance their action, research, or teaching objectives while improving inclusivity on campus.

Learn More about Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program >

GradHiring

More than 500 graduate students start jobs at Georgia Tech each fall, all of which require new hire processing. In order to complete this momentous endeavor, a small army of volunteers are needed to work side-by-side with GTHR professionals. Consider giving some of your time to support our new employees.

Learn More about GradHiring >

Team Development
Leadership Challenge Course

The Leadership Challenge Course (LCC) is a uniquely designed course that delivers the ultimate team experience for intact groups ranging in size from eight to 150 or more.

Learn More about the Leadership Challenge Course >

Papermaking Museum Workshops

These workshops provide instruction and materials for unique paper making and paper-related projects for a team experience.

Learn More about Papermaking Museum Workshops >

Workplace Learning & Professional Development

As Georgia Tech's campus provider of staff and faculty professional development opportunities, Workplace Learning & Professional Development (WLPD) is dedicated to advancing Georgia Tech’s mission and our community members’ career potential through engaging and applicable learning. Locate values-based skills training, or request a customized learning plan for you or your team.

Learn More about WLPD >

Competitive Sports

Competitive Sports provides students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity for competition and fun in a variety of team and individual sports activities at various levels.

Learn More about Competitive Sports >

Tech Rec

Tech Rec has eight bowling lanes, eight billiards tables, a gaming lounge, table tennis, air hockey, and foosball to engage you and your team.

Learn More about Tech Rec >

Paper and Clay

The many pottery, ceramic glazing, and other art activity classes and workshops offered throughout the year are a great way to hone your or your team's skills and engage your right brain.

Learn More about Paper and Clay >

Academic/Research
Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is here to enhance the learning and teaching environment at Georgia Tech by encouraging a fully engaged, sharing community with communication networks, resources, and innovative programs for faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students; this includes workshops, teaching book clubs, several Teaching Fellows programs, and more.

Learn More about the Center for Teaching and Learning >

Petit Institute (Seminars and Events)

The Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience serves as a catalyst for innovative bioengineering and bioscience research, and offers a bold variety of both traditional and cutting-edge medical research.

Learn More about the Petit Institute >

Robotarium

The Robotarium project provides a remotely accessible swarm robotics research platform that remains freely accessible to anyone. Opened on August 22, 2017, the 725-square-foot facility houses more than 100 rolling and flying swarm robots that are accessible to anyone. Researchers from around the globe can write their own computer programs, upload them, then get the results as the Georgia Tech machines carry out the commands.

Learn More about the Robotarium >

Invention Studio Workshops and Project Creation

Whether it’s for research, personal, or academic usage, the Invention Studio supports all students, staff, and faculty in their desire to build projects using 3D printers, laser cutters, waterjets, and more.

Learn More about Invention Studio Workshops and Project Creation >

ADVANCE Program

The ADVANCE Program builds and sustains an inter-college network of professors who are world-class researchers and role models to support the community and advancement of women and minorities in academia.

Learn More about the ADVANCE Program >

Library Classes

The library offers a wide variety of classes that are available to Georgia Tech employees and students, including multimedia, data visualization, patent, and subject-specific classes focusing on business and company information resources.

Learn More about the Library Classes >

Library Book Borrowing

Current Faculty and Staff who are paid through the Georgia Tech Payroll Office may borrow items using their BuzzCard, and from other Metro-Atlanta College libraries with an InterLibrary Use card. And don't forget about eBooks, audiobooks, journals, magazines, newspapers, and other services.

Learn More about Library Book Borrowing >

Professional Education

Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), the Institute’s lifelong learning arm, believes that employees, at every level, should have the opportunity to develop and grow as professionals. Whether you’re looking to gain in-depth expertise through an online master’s degree, update your professional skills with a program certificate, or explore an industry topic with an individual course, GTPE offers a diverse range of hands-on, practical learning opportunities that can be applied to your current position immediately.

Before you decide to enroll, consider how you will fund your GTPE learning opportunities. As a Georgia Tech employee, there are financial savings available through GTPE course-based discounts and educational assistance programs, such as TAP. Additionally, engaging your manager is a key first step to determining how your department can financially support your learning goals.

Learn More about GTPE >

Leadership Fellows (Leadership, Education, & Development)

The LEAD Office has created a leadership-based fellows program for Georgia Tech Master's, Ph.D. students, faculty, staff, and alumni who have an interest in learning to develop others and would like to become a leadership coach for Georgia Tech students.

Learn More about Leadership Fellows >

Education Assistance (TAP, STRAP, GTRC)

Georgia Tech offers several educational assistance programs for its faculty and staff that provide a tuition and mandatory fee waiver or reimbursement to full-time employees and research titled faculty.

Learn More about Education Assistance >