Team Leaders

What are Team Leaders?

Team Leaders foster a support network for incoming Georgia Tech students by building relationships with students in GT 1000 & GT 2000 classes, introducing them to Georgia Tech resources, and helping familiarize them with campus culture. Team Leaders serve as resources to GT 1000 and GT 2000 instructors by communicating student needs, assisting in classroom presentations, and building a classroom community. 


Team Leader applications are still open!

Interviews will be taking place through March with online onboarding starting in April.

Missed the virtual information session for prospective team leaders? Click here to watch the Zoom recording.


Benefits of Being a TL

There are a number of benefits to being a GT 1000 or GT 2000 Team Leader. In addition to helping our newest students transitions successfully to Georgia Tech, as a TL, you will also build a number of your own skills! The TL experience will allow you to:

  • Strengthen your personal leadership identity
  • Collaborate with GT faculty, staff, & students
  • Develop and improve your public speaking skills
  • Enhance your understanding of Georgia Tech culture and resources  
  • Participate in unique professional development workshops and training, designed just for TLs
Qualifications to be a TL

Team Leaders serve as mentors and role models to new Georgia Tech students. As such, we look for motivated, dependable, and enthusiastic undergraduate students. The minimum requirements to serve as a TL are: 

  • Completed at least one semester at Georgia Tech and will be a currently enrolled undergraduate in the semester you wish to serve as a TL. 
  • Earned at least a 2.3 cumulative GPA at Georgia Tech. This will be verified with the Registrar’s Office. 
  • Attend mandatory Team Leader Training. Students who do not attend TL training will not be permitted to serve as a Team Leader. 
  • Be in Good Academic Standing and Good Judicial Standing. This will be verified with the Dean of Students’ Office. 
  • Be willing to commit to spending at least two hours per week. (One hour attending the class and one hour meeting with the instructor outside of class expected.) 
  • Enjoy working with and mentoring first-year or transfer students. 
  • Promote and support the GT 1000 & 2000 program. 
Application Process

All students interested in serving as a TL in either GT 1000 and/or GT 2000 must complete the online application. After applications have been reviewed by program staff, candidates will be notified via email if they have been selected for an in-person interview.  

  • All Team Leaders, both new and returning, are required to submit an application.
    • Fall semester Team Leaders who are reapplying in the following spring semester do not need to reapply, but must be in good standing with their fall instructor evaluation.
  • After applications have been reviewed, applicants will be notified via email if they have been selected for an interview. (New TLs only)