Thank you so much for your interest in the 2019 Inclusive Leadership Conference. The conference takes place on April 7 from 11am - 3:30pm. This form will serve as your registration for the conference and we will pull from it to make the name tags. Food will be provided so please include any dietary restrictions in the accommodation request field.
Registration ends at 11:59pm on April 4.
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Join the Student Government Association for a political debate between the College Democrats, College Republicans, Young Democratic Socialists of America, and Young Americans for Liberty! The debate will take place in the Student Center Theater on October 29th from 7pm-9pm.
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The primary goal of K.N.I.T. Mentorship Program is to provide every incoming student with the opportunity to have an upperclassman mentor. This mentorship experience is framed to provide first year students with the guidance and friendship they need to successfully integrate into the Georgia Tech Community. K.N.I.T. is a general mentorship program that welcomes mentors and mentees of all majors,...