Student Engagement Manager

Partner for Inclusive Innovation
Atlanta, Georgia

Serving within the Research Faculty of The Institute, this position directly supports the extension, service, and economic development missions of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia. Primarily this role is responsible for overseeing the advancement of all student engagement efforts for the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation. The Partnership for Inclusive Innovation (PIN) is a public-private partnership that launched in 2020 to lead coordinated, statewide efforts to position Georgia as the Technology Capital of the East Coast. Dedicated to advancing technology, opportunity, and shared economic success across the state, the main pillars of PIN focus on community research, student engagement, workforce development, and economic opportunity. For additional information about the Partnership visit:

The PIN student engagement pillar serves to develop a more inclusive Georgia through the development of next generation leaders across the state through public service, innovation/technology programming, experiential learning, and mentorship. Through oversight of the Smart Community Corps Intern Program (, this role will actively coalesce multidisciplinary students at multiple universities to work with faculty on various PIN projects that aim to transform communities throughout Georgia.

Job Requirements

  • Manage and develop all PIN student engagement program logistics including, but not limited to, site visits, workshops, events, student hiring, and management
  • Design, develop, and maintain program accountability metrics that measure program performance and/or impacts (and communicate results to relevant stakeholders)
  • Oversee program marketing logistics and communications with interested communities and stakeholders
  • Build program external outreach network through state-wide virtual and in-person presentations/meetings
  • Manage and cultivate program funding, sponsor communications, and alumni relationships
  • Represent PIN and speak publicly at relevant events that foster constituent relationship development
  • Perform organizational administrative tasks, and other related duties, as assigned

Preferred Qualifications

  • Preferred Education: MBA and/or master’s degree in related field.
  • Preferred Work Experience: Seven or more years of job-related work experience. Preferred backgrounds include (1) Grant-funded program development and management experience, preferably for programs that work with municipal organizations; (2) Established relationships with relevant Georgia and national stakeholders/constituents; (3) Prior experience working in a higher education, nonprofit, or community-driven corporate environment; (4) Prior experience working directly with university students/interns.
  • Skills: Ability to analyze, evaluate, and assess complex information; quantitative program/project measurement experience; and an ability to use independent judgment and communicate effectively.

How to Apply

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