Energy Chats Every Thursday 7:00pm at Rocky Mountain Pizza!
There will be a change of location for our Energy Chats, and it will now be held at Rocky Mountain Pizza. Talk to Energy Club Members about student competitions, energy opportunities, issues, and challenges. You will be joined at this event by the Energy Club Board as well as our mentor Dr. Shannon Yee. CLICK HERE to see how to get there.
Executive Board Applications
Join the Energy Club Executive Board and make a difference! Build your leadership skills and join a fun, dynamic team who works together to create Energy Club events on campus.
You can see open positions here: ECGT Board Application Form
Energy Club Member Kickoff Event: All welcome!
Come learn about the Energy Club @ GT and the events we will be hosting this year! Our Member Kickoff Event will be on Thursday, September 19th from 5:30 – 6:30 pm, in Skiles 168.
Please RSVP here!
We’ll be serving food, giving a brief overview of the Energy Club, and discussing student competitions, industry tours, faculty lectures and our annual Energy Career Fair. This is a great opportunity for returning members to renew their membership and for interested members to learn more about the Energy Club. Please feel free to stop by at any point!
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“To motivate and initiate the exploration and implementation of energy technology, policy, and business on a global scale.”
• The purpose of the Energy Club is to educate students on the unique challenges and opportunities that are impacting the global energy industry.
• Bring together students, alumni, faculty and industry professionals in a forum that allows for interaction, discussion, exchange of innovative ideas and networking.
• Develop student leadership specifically in the area of energy.
Presently, we have 81 student members from diverse departments at Georgia Tech encompassing Electrical and Computer, Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace engineering. Moreover, we have students from various academic levels, undergraduate and graduate (Masters and PhD). The club’s demographic diversity coupled with the high motivation level of its members ensures exchange of holistic knowledge and ideas during events and discussion sessions. The club is advised and has support from Affiliate Faculty Members from Georgia Tech and other schools. Dr. Santiago Grijalva, Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech is the founding Faculty Advisor.Read more »