Internships and Jobs


Are you looking to gain some expreience in your field?  Do you want to gain course credit or even get paid to work? An internship/co-op is exactly what you’re looking for!

  • What made you decide to work in a co-op? Taurus CarsonWhat made me decide to work in a co-op was the fact that i could gain work experience in my major. I didn’t want to be the student that got a degree in something and then found out that i didn’t like it once i started my first job. What also made me decide to work in a Co-op because it gives an competitive advantage after graduation because you can put the co-op on your resume.

    Why should other students also consider a co-op? Other students should consider a Co-op position for the experience. They will know exactly what to expect upon graduation and also applicable to higher positions because they have experience on their resume. Also the pay is great for students that do co-op.

     - Taurus Carson, Shaw Industries Co-Op

    What made you decide to work in a co-op? Test my current knowledge at corporate level and figure out if I want to major in Computer Science or Software Engineering.

    Why should other students also consider a co-op? Learn where you stand in the field of study; Discover and understand various job functionalities to help you choose a career path; Increase professional connections through networking opportunities; There is a potential for conversion; Lastly, you will be paid to learn something new!

     - Albert Lim


Internship Application Forms

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  • The Information Technology Performance Management Intern will have the opportunity to work alongside our IT Performance Management team and learn the many facets of data collection/data warehouse support and reporting.   They will have a passion for metrics which will afford them the opportunity to contribute their Tableau/SAP Business Objects knowledge and create/modify/maintain a variety of dashboards utilized throughout the Anthem organization.  This body of work will impact a wide audience. 

    We are looking for an individual that enjoys learning new tools, working with data and performing analysis.  Leveraging their superb communication skills, the Intern will work in a highly collaborative environment that works toward aggressive timelines while maintaining quality.  Interested in being innovative and learning new techniques?  This could be the internship for you! 

     If interested, contact :

    Monica O’Neal, SHRM - SCP

    Anthem, Inc –Program Manager


  • The deadline is April 22. All details are at the link below.

  • Brickhouse Resources is a boutique staffing firm specializing in providing a fresh solution for companies searching for IT Talent. The Talent Builder program addresses the IT Talent Shortage and an Aging Workforce by providing access to a fully formed Campus Recruiting solution for companies without one or for companies that need to supplement an existing program.

    We are currently seeking candidates interested in paid internships in the Atlanta area.
    Interns should meet the following minimum requirements:

    • Current student or recent graduate in a graduate or undergraduate program with a strong academic standing
    • Strong interpersonal, analytical and communication skills
    • Ability to work on a team as well as independently
    • Desire to gain professional experience; eager to learn
    • Exhibit initiative, motivation, and drive

    We are seeking candidates from the following Majors:

    • Computer Science
    • Cybersecurity
    • Data Analysis
    • Information Technology

    In addition to competitive pay, Brickhouse provides workforce preparation training and mentorship. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. If interested, please submit your resume to

  • This 10 week program offers a $5000 stipend. Students will work in teams on research projects with faculty members and external partners.

    Students can apply at:

    You can see past projects at the link below. Many majors are welcome — CS, engineering, math, statistics, urban planning, ...

    Send  student questions via email to

  • Original date of issue/approval: October 10, 2016
    Position title: Technical Business Analyst Internship
    Email resume to:
    Department: Business Analytics
    Reports to: William Cole
    Employment type: Internship
    Hours/week: 20-29hrs
    Location: Interface Brickworks Office
    1000 Marietta St NW Atlanta, GA

    Position summary:

    The Technical Business Analyst is responsible for transforming business requirements into state-of-art business intelligence solutions. This includes designing and hands on development of applications from start to finish. They will be responsible for creating and/or improving our existing leasing Business Intelligence platform, from data structures, dashboards, ETL (Extract Transform Load), reports as well as ensuring the delivery of quality solutions. Must be able to excel in a small, collaborative, and dynamic environment.

    Educational requirements:

    Preferably pursuing a degree in Business, Finance, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science, Marketing, Industrial Engineering, Design, or other related curriculum.

    Skills and experience:

    ● Ability to work and communicate with international divisions of the company

    ● Excellent customer service skills

    ● Must have business acumen to understand data problems in context

    ● Must be able to verify and reconcile data for accuracy and consistency

    ● Able to communicate clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences

    ● Must be able to work independently and within a team and handle sensitive data professionally

    ● Must be able to work on multiple projects concurrently and work within deadlines

    ● Analytical approach to troubleshooting and solving issues

    ● Strong work ethic, good attitude, highly organized, detailed oriented and team player

    ● Ability to learn new concepts and apply them to solutions

    ● Experience in supporting the design and specification of data presentation and knowledge of reporting, analytics, KPIs and trending.


    Will Be Required to Know or Learn:

    ● Proven experience with data analysis, warehousing, and reporting technologies

    ● Learn to manipulate data out of cubes using pivot tables in Microsoft Excel

    ● Proven ability to write, tune, and execute complex T-SQL queries

    ● Proven ability to write, tune, and execute complex DAX queries


    Essential duties:

    ● Research and seek out new data sources

    ● Verify the data integrity and viability of new data sources

    ● Provide ad-hoc reporting and analysis

    ● Maintain housekeeping

    ● Comply with safety rules

    ● Comply with environmental regulations

    ● Be aware of departmental Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

    ● Willingness to learn and understand Interface's commitment to sustainability

    ● Perform other duties as assigned


    Physical demands:

    Lifting up to 35 lbs

    Work environment:

    General Office

    Travel is estimated at 20%

  • Responsibilities
    ● Build virtual reality and augmented reality apps using Unity and C#.
    ● Research and implement new and innovative ways of using mobile for VR and AR.
    ● Collaborate with artists and designers to help develop new features, and contribute
    original ideas towards all aspects of production and development.
    ● Produce production-quality code.
    ● Keep up to date with the technological developments and advancements in VR and AR.

    ● Extensive knowledge of Unity, C#, and performance optimizations.
    ● Mobile Development Experience on iOS / Android
    ● Recent experience building Unity apps.
    ● Superb debugging skills.
    ● Knowledge of version control.
    ● Interest and experience in most aspects of game technology development.
    ● A passion for learning new technologies.
    ● Knowledge of user-centric design, A/B testing.
    ● 1+ years’ work experience outside of college.
    ● Cool and fun to work with.

    ● Integrate with social networking, gaming services, and back-end servers.
    ● Experience with VR, AR.
    ● SDK/API development
    ● Published games on the Appstore

    ● The opportunity to be on the ground floor of something great, where you’ll have an active
    role in creating a product that will reach millions of people.
    ● Potential for promotion and growth as the company grows.

    About Merge Labs
    Merge is creating innovative new products that enable virtual and augmented reality technology
    to seamlessly find it’s way into homes around the world.
    To apply, send an email with resume and link to online portfolio/code/art samples/games to Please specify job title in the subject line.

  • Requisition # 42279BR

    Business – Stanley Black & Decker - US - Engineered Fastening - CribMaster

    Title - Front-End Web/Hybrid Developer - Advanced Industrial Solutions

    City – Marietta, GA

    About Us:
    CribMaster™, part of Stanley Black & Decker’s Engineered Fastening division, is aimed at connecting assets and developing the solutions that drive productivity and efficiency for industrial end users across the globe. The combination of critical real time data, integrated enterprise (ERP) or manufacturing (MES) systems and powerful analytics enables a foundation to create the smart factory and workplace of the future – delivering value through Internet of Things (IoT).
    CribMaster™, provides inventory control solutions through advanced software, innovative vending hardware, Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) and customer services to manufacturing, distribution, government and service industries for managing indirect inventory (tools, spare parts, MRO, etc). CribMaster ( ties fast and reliable tool crib or store room transactions to a powerful system of inventory control.  The system provides critical data to manage consumable and durable inventory, reduce the risk for lost or misplaced tools, and provide critical data to business leaders to reduce risk of tools being lost or left behind, reduce costs and increase productivity.
    Position Summary:
    Primary responsibilities include the development and ongoing maintenance for high availability web-based content delivery applications developed in .NET. Applications include stand-alone web services and customer inventory management systems. The developer will work on a variety of different projects and should be able to provide new ideas that work within our current systems.
    Essential Job Functions:

    Provides assistance to design, program and execute simple test plans
    Modifies or upgrades applications to maintain software functionality
    Assists in gathering information to determine architecture specifications, parameters for software compatibility, application security needs and other application architecture requirements
    Responsible for the design, development, unit testing, and documentation of highly scalable client/server application systems
    Troubleshoot and resolve application issues accurately and within a timely manner
    Develop and maintain custom applications and work within existing package applications to address business functional needs
    Maintain the appropriate level of communications with customers, management, and development team
    Essential Skills & Experience:

    Degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience
    Web User Interface (UI) development skills (Java Script, CSS, HTML5)
    1+ years in ASP.Net, C# MVC, Razor software development
    Proficient understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks, including jQuery

    Preferred Skills & Experience:

    Cross-platform development experience
    Mobile development
    Experience with at least one of JavaScript framework such as AngularJS, React, or Knockout
    Experience with TypeScript
    Stanley Black & Decker offers its employees a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits plan that includes medical, dental, life, disability, 401k, retirement savings, ESPP, vacation, paid holidays, and more!  Only those candidates who are currently eligible to work in the US will be considered for the opportunity.  Stanley Black & Decker is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    All qualified applicants to Stanley Black & Decker will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, veteran's status, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law

  • Hi Rez Studios is one of the premiere video gaming companies in Atlanta.!  These SPRING/SUMMER VIDEO-GAMING paid internships in Alpharetta require 40 hours per week.  Hi-Rez Studios is looking for SMITE or Paladins-loving Interns to work at their studio in Alpharetta, Georgia.   The deadline for all application material is February 28, 2017 with specifics on their website  Click on “Careers” and then scroll down to “Interns”

    There are approximately 20 video gaming Internships available for Paladins and SMITE, including Art, Programming, QA, Design, and Video Editing. Generally a 3.5 GPA is required.  KSU has 10 graduates currently employed at Hi-Rez.  They frequently have hired Ga Tech and SCAD students as Interns, so let’s show them how wonderful KSU students are for these Internships!

    There is a lot of homework for each of these Internships, so start now and get your material in early.  These are great opportunities, and we know that generally 65% of paid internships result in full-time job offers.

    To get the latest information and tips on successful application, please contact Deby Glidden, consultant to KSU, at, who helped develop this relationship with Hi-Rez.

Frequently Asked Questions 

  • The internship course is 3 credit hours.

  • You can take the intership course once.

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Computer Science 

    Undergraduate – can only  be used for a free elective
    Graduate – can be used for CS 7995


    Can only be used for free elective

    Information Technology

    Undergraduate -  Can be used toward your concentration elective or a free elective
    Graduate – Can used for an elective

    Software Engineering

    Undergraduate – Can be used toward your upper level elective (must meet departmental guidelines to qualify)
    Graduate – Can be used toward your elective (must meet departmental guidelines to qualify)

  • You must have an approved and signed learning agreement submitted one week prior to the 1st day of classes for the semester in which you will be doing the internship.

    *Note: after your agreement has been filled out by your supervisor and signed, then it must be submitted to the Internship coordinator for approval as well takes on average 48-72 hrs. Upon approval, you will be given instructions to submit an override to register for the course and that can also take up to a week to process.  The earlier you submit the better you are.

  • You can first contact the CCSE Internship Coordinator at for more information for internships for credit.  For non-credit internships or co-ops, contact Career Planning and Development. 

    Once you decide you would like to do an internship, you must find the internship.  Career Planning and Development has numerous available and your CCSE Internship Coordinator may also be able to help.  You should also attend the CCSE Internship Networking Event every Fall (September) and Spring (March).  Career Planning and Development also has Career Fairs in the fall and spring.

    Once you find the internship, work with your supervisor to complete your learning agreement which involves developing the internship learning objectives.

    Submit the signed learning agreement to the CCSE Internship Coordinator for approval – you will either be approved or asked for more information and/or changes, assuming you qualify for credit.

    Once  approved, you will be given an override to register for the course.

    Register for the course, pay your tuition and start your internship.

    During your internship you will submit bi-weekly status reports of your work; will also be asked to submit an evaluation from your supervisor during midterm and at end of the term.  You will be required to submit a final report (outline in the syllabus for the course) and poster. Graduate students will be required to submit an additional extensive paper relating the internship to specific courses they have taken during their academic career.

  • 150+ during the semester
  • Can work 40 hrs a week during summer if and only if it is not their final semester and they are not graduating in the summer term.

    If it is your final semester and/or you are graduating in summer, they can only work 20 hrs a week.

    All international students work a maximum of 20 hrs a week during fall and spring semesters.

    All work is counted toward these hours, both on and off campus, paid and unpaid. (so, if you are approved for 40 hrs internship in summer and you also want to work as a GRA, you won't be able to GRA unless you cut your internship hours -- it is a total of 40 hrs of all your work hours)