PIN Fellowships

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The Workforce Development pillar aims to build an ecosystem of talent pipeline and foster connectivity across public, private and non-profit sectors. The PIN Fellowship is a rotational program that identifies and empowers the next generation of leaders in Georgia and the Southeast driving growth and innovation. The program serves early career professionals to navigate their career paths, strengthen their skill sets, gain experiences and expand their network to excel in their respective field. Through their engagement in the fellowship, fellows contribute to a workforce that drives connection between various sectors. Learn more about our program through this informational video.

Fellowship Overview

Eligibility and Commitment

This program is intended for recent graduates (those who have received a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree within five years) from any institution and have less than five years of work experience. Selected fellows must fully commit to this fellowship and cannot accept additional employment while in the program.

Industry Vertical Placement and Rotation

In this one-year rotational program, fellows engage with two organizations (one public, one private) within one industry vertical. Each placement will last for 6 months. Fellows will be placed within one of the following industries that aligns best with their existing expertise, degree and career goals:

  • Sustainability and Infrastructure (Cleantech): Fellows assess organization’s current operations and provide insights on how they can function in a more sustainable manner.
  • AI Manufacturing: Fellows analyze effective strategies that utilize technology and boosts productivity, building skills in research, leadership and training. Established through the Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing (Georgia-AIM) grant secured by the state of Georgia.
  • Supply Chain & Logistics: Fellows will work across sectors to determine best practices in effective supply chain management.
  • Information Technology (IT) and Cybersecurity: Fellows engage in business intelligence and cybersecurity projects, where they assist in creating and protecting the digital infrastructures of organizations.

Application Process & Recruiting Cycle

  • January 15 – Application Opens
  • February 28 – Application Deadline
  • March – April – Selection Process
  • April 15 – Offers Made
  • May – June – Georgia Tech Hiring Process & Onboarding Process
  • July – Opening Ceremony & PIN Orientation
  • July – December – First Rotation
  • January – June – Second Rotation
  • June – Exit Interview & Final Portfolio

Program Partners

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PIN Employer Engagement Questions:

Dr. Clarence Anthony, Jr. |

PIN Fellowship Questions:

Ms. Sue Joe |

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