February 16, 2012
Networking, Love, & Helping Youth
Shan Pesaru
Young Alumni Council, President

There are many things to celebrate in February including Love and Black History Month. In this issue of GT GOLD read about a young alumni couple whose friendship that started at Tech blossomed into love after graduation. Also, read about a recent Tech grad with a calling for entrepreneurship and helping youth .

On February 23rd the Student Alumni Association (SAA) is hosting a speed networking event for alumni and students...

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Tech Friendship Blossoms into Love
The success that many Georgia Tech graduates go on to achieve is well-documented, but what can’t be undervalued are the relationships that Tech undergrads build in their time in Atlanta. Students meet their friends for life, and many times they even find true love. This was the story for Claire Watson and Robert Smith....
Tech Alumnus Takes Different Path to Achieve Dreams
It’s Black History Month in America, and all month we will hear many stories of heroic black men and women who made this country a better place. Georgia Tech has produced its fair share of African American heroes as well, and one of these pioneers is a very recent graduate who is already gaining attention...
Alumni / Student Speed Networking Event
Atlanta, GA
Calling all young alumni! You’ve heard of Speed Dating? Welcome to Speed Networking – a dynamic evening of one-on-one structured networking that connects Georgia Tech students with alumni professionals!

800 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA
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