Alumni and Friends: Seven rising second year Georgia Tech MCRP students are looking for summer internships. If you have a place for an innovative, motivated young planning professional in your operations this summer, please read on.
Six of them hope to place in the Atlanta region. These students are skilled in community development, economic development, road and transit planning, affordable housing, real estate finance and urban design. Prior degrees are in city/urban planning, urban studies, architecture, geography and finance.
Several will work anywhere in the country. These students are skilled in land and community development, GIS, and urban design. Undergrad degrees in architecture and geography.
One would work in the New York City region, with skills in road and transit planning, bike-ped issues, and supply chain logistics. Undergrad degree in planning.
One would work in the DC region, with skills in affordable housing, community and economic development. Undergrad degree in finance.
Tech MCRP students typically earn $15-25/hour depending on prior experience. These are self starters who can be depended on to perform with a minimum of supervision. They are available immediately and are not due back at school until the third week in August.
If you are interested in exploring this possibility, reply or call and I’ll send their resumes, or send your position description and I’ll circulate to the students. You won’t be sorry!
Bruce Stiftel, FAICP, Professor and Chair
School of City and Regional Planning
College of Architecture
Georgia Institute of Technology