Enterprise 6 Internship Project Listing Summer 2024

Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR)
Scope of position: This intern is responsible for assisting the economists at the Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR) with gathering and analyzing data related to various community-level contract research projects.
What you’ll do: Typical projects include labor force analysis, economic and/or fiscal impact analysis, and building custom models for community research. You might also find yourself analyzing demographics, working with and manipulating spreadsheet data, creating data visualization, and collecting data from online resources.
The ideal candidate: Due to the specialized nature of this work, only economics majors will be considered.
More at: cedr.gatech.edu

 

EI2 Global
Scope of position: As an intern with the EI2 Global team, you’ll perform various research and analysis tasks under the direction of a project manager.
What you’ll do: Main focuses include collecting data from internal and external sources, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and summarizing the findings in draft reports.
The ideal candidate: You’ll excel in this position if you’re comfortable analyzing data and communicating its narrative will. The position is open to all majors, but because of the societal impact and global nature of EI2 Global’s work, students with an interest in the following fields may benefit most from the experience: international affairs, global development, public policy, city and regional planning, economics, business, innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability.
More at: grow.gatech.edu

 

Finance
Scope of position: This internship opportunity offers students a comprehensive understanding of the financial business processes within a dynamic university department. The EI2 finance team manages processes that range from procurement and sponsored administration to accounts payable and accounts receivable.
What you’ll do: You’ll help with process documentation and mapping across various sectors within finance. Possible tasks may include researching Georgia Tech processes; process mapping and documentation; and developing flowcharts, job aids, and/or tools.
The ideal candidate: This position is open to all majors, but students who have an interest in the following fields may benefit the most from the experience: business and finance.
More at: innovate.gatech.edu

 

Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing (Georgia AIM)
Scope of position: Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing (Georgia AIM) is an $82 million program that brings together more than 100 coalition partners to facilitate the equitable development and deployment of innovation and talent for AI in manufacturing. Seventeen separate projects and subprojects deliver workforce development, AI innovations, and technical assistance to manufacturers and communities.
What you’ll do: You’ll assist in developing the written roadmap that serves as a model for launching and operating projects at EI2. This entails working directly with the Georgia AIM team to continue implementing a robust system that monitors the program and its deliverables, while also tracking the projects’ progress and metrics.
The ideal candidate: Because Georgia AIM reaches all types of communities throughout the state, community engagement is key to its overall success, and it helps if an applicant finds that element of the work energizing. This position is open to all majors, but due to the societal impact of the team’s work, students with an interest in the following fields may benefit the most from the experience: economic development, public policy, city and regional planning, business, innovation, entrepreneurship, sustainability, workforce development, and system development/integration.
More at: georgiaaim.org

 

Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) – Cybersecurity
Scope of position: The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership’s (GaMEP) technology team seeks a student to support a variety of high-value projects focused on Georgia’s manufacturing needs for Industry 4.0, supply chain, and cybersecurity.
What you’ll do: This intern will support GaMEP project managers in field research and data analytics for technology transfer and adoption in areas including sensors, edge computing, digital factory, cybersecurity, supply chain, and advanced manufacturing. This dynamic position offers the chance to observe and assist project work in real time through a technology ecosystem, and it culminates in client engagement opportunities.
The ideal candidate: The position is open to all majors, but because of the manufacturing and supply chain focus of the work, students with an interest in the following fields may benefit the most from the experience: supply chain/logistics, industrial and systems engineering, materials science and engineering, and business and operations management.
More at: gamep.org

 

Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) – Arts Innovation
Scope of position: The Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) at Georgia Tech is looking for a student interested in helping develop a new suite of offerings to grow and develop arts organizations in Georgia.
What you’ll do: Intern duties may include researching available existing data on the arts and creative industries in Georgia; completing additional research and customer discovery activities to help develop services and training based on industry needs; helping customize existing training materials for a new audience; developing a survey (or other feedback mechanism) to collect metrics and evaluate the effectiveness of new programming; and assisting with content creation, networking or training events, and other marketing/communications activities.
The ideal candidate: A student with experience or interest in arts management or business will thrive in this internship. The position is open to all majors, but students with an interest in the following fields may benefit the most from the experience: business, communications, city and regional planning, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
More at: innovate.gatech.edu

 

Safety, Health, Environmental Services (SHES)
Scope of position: Safety, Health, Environmental Services (SHES) is looking for a student to assist with improving the search engine optimization for our consultation reports in Dropbox so consultants can easily access reports that emphasize specific topics.
What you’ll do: The above project involves devising an implementation plan in Dropbox, instructing consultants on the process of adding tags to reports for improved search capability, and going through old reports to tag them for relevant topics.
The ideal candidate: The position is open to all majors, but due to the nature of work, students with an interest in the following fields may benefit most from the experience: occupational safety and health, public policy, city and regional planning, business, innovation, environmental science, manufacturing, and building construction.
More at: oshainfo.gatech.edu

Enterprise 6 Internship Project Listing Summer 2023

  • Center Economic Development Research (CEDR)
    This position will be assisting the research professionals at CEDR with gathering and analyzing data related to various community-level contract research projects. Typical projects include labor force analysis, strategic planning, economic and/or fiscal impact analysis, and community resilience. Examples of tasks may include working with spreadsheet data, GIS analysis, data visualization, demographic analysis, and survey evaluation. Additionally, data visualization is a key component of our deliverables to communities.  The CEDR intern will collaborate with staff to develop customizable infographic templates, maps, and an image catalog for use in developing proposals, presentations, and final reports for clients.
    cedr.gatech.edu
  • Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2)
    The Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive university-based economic development organization. Our organization is focused on developing a dataset and algorithm to compare economic development organizations among U.S. and international universities. This algorithm will be utilized to create an annual monitor to be published by an impartial university-based economic development organization. innovate.gatech.edu 
  • Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) – Data
    The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) at Georgia Tech is looking for a student for the summer of 2023 that is interested in delving into data. We have a robust database, kept in Salesforce, that needs some important clean-up. This includes, but is not limited to:

      • Researching companies to identify Department of Defense suppliers.
      • Researching companies to identify minority, women, and veteran-owned companies.
      • Researching companies to determine industry types.
      • Researching companies to determine employee size.
      • Making updates to the database as research is completed.

Additional projects around data may be explored, such as analyzing data, pulling lists for the team’s migration into a marketing automation tool, and setting up reports within Google Analytics.

The ideal student should be detail-oriented and have experience manipulating data in Excel. gamep.org

  • Innovation Ecosystems
    The position entails performing various research and analysis tasks as part of the Innovation Ecosystems team. Under the direction of a project manager, the successful candidate will focus primarily in collecting data from internal and external sources, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and summarizing the findings in draft reports. A candidate with the ability to analyze data and communicate its narrative will excel in this position. This position is open to all majors, but because of the societal impact and global nature of the team’s work, students with an interest in the following fields may benefit the most from the experience: International Affairs, Global Development, Public Policy, City and Regional Planning, Economics, Business, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Sustainability. grow.gatech.edu
  • Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) – Cybersecurity
    The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership’s Technology team seeks a student to support a variety of high-value projects focused on Georgia’s Industry 4.0, Advanced Manufacturing, and Cybersecurity industry base. This intern position will support GaMEP project managers in field research and data analytics for technology transfer and adoption in several areas such as sensors, edge computing, digital factory, cybersecurity, and advanced manufacturing.  This dynamic opportunity to observe and assist project work in real time through a technology ecosystem will culminate in client engagement opportunities. gamep.org

Enterprise 6 Internship Program Applications Open for Summer 2023

Under Enterprise 6, Georgia Tech students can work on dynamic economic development projects.
Under Enterprise 6, Georgia Tech students can work on dynamic economic development projects.

Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute is now accepting applications for its competitive 2023 Enterprise 6 Summer Internship.

The 2023 cohort has 6 available slots and selected interns will engage in active projects that further the Enterprise Innovation Institute’s economic development mission.

The Enterprise 6 program is open to undergraduate and graduate students who were enrolled at Georgia Tech for Spring 2023. Selected students will be mentored by a research faculty member. Enterprise 6 interns will meet remotely on a bi-weekly basis to share observations about their experiences.

The Enterprise Innovation Institute is the longest running, most diverse, university-based economic development organization in the United States. Since the launch of its founding program more than 60 years ago, the Enterprise Innovation Institute has grown to serve innovative enterprises of all sizes — from pre-company teams to startups to ongoing businesses — and energize the ecosystems in which they reside.

 

While Enterprise 6 positions are not for academic credit, the program does offer real world experience and compensation. The organization is offering $25 per hour for 20 hours per week of effort. The internships — which are sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research — begin May 15 and end August 11. Students will work remotely during the internship period, but they may be asked to work from the Enterprise Innovation Institute’s offices in Tech Square as needed depending upon the project they are working on and supporting.

 

There are 6 projects for this summer and interested students may apply to no more than 2 projects. See the project outlines from the application link:https://innovate.gatech.edu/enterprise-6-application-2023/

 

  • EARN: $25 per hour (up to 20 hours per week).
  • OPPORTUNITY TO: Serve enterprises and communities of all sizes.
  • REQUIREMENTS: Must thrive on challenging projects in technology, business development, or ecosystem building.
  • ELIGIBILITY: Open to all Georgia Tech Students.
  • WHEN: May 15, 2023 to August 11, 2023.
  • LOCATION: Hybrid (work remotely and in Technology Square, Atlanta).
  • DEADLINE: Résumés due March 27, 2023.
  • APPLY: https://innovate.gatech.edu/enterpise-6-application-2023/
  • QUESTIONS?… E-mailkrystle.richardson@innovate.gatech.edu