SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
CAMP ORIENTATION: To be announced
KICK-OFF CAMP: To be announced
The TAG-Ed High School Summer Internship Program was created in 2009 to give competitive students an opportunity to work on a meaningful projects, not only honing their technical skills, but also developing the professional skills needed to excel through high school and beyond.
The Career Readiness Workshop Series helps students develop or enhance their professional image and profile as they prepare for the future workforce. We’re dedicated to empowering students with both technology and leadership skills to successfully sustain future career pathways. Your support ensures successful programming around the most needed topics.
TAG Education Collaborative held its first Vine Event in 2009. With generous support from the technology community funds raised improve STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education for Georgia’s K-12 students and to connect students to STEM careers.
Atlanta’s top technology and business executives gather together for a sensational evening of wine tastings, silent and live auctions and networking.
Each year TAG-Ed places well over 100 students in internships, providing them with critical work experience and invaluable mentorship opportunities. The Horizon Awards is an opportunity to capture and celebrate outstanding students and dedicated mentors.
Impacting K-12 Computer Science Standards for all 181 school districts and thus approximately 1.6 million students in the state.
Impacted the updated Career, Technical & Agricultural Education (CTAE) strategic plan that impacts approximately 600,000 middle and high school students across the state.
Engaging 102 Community Partners to impact thousands of students statewide annually.
100+ paid internships placed statewide (1000+ applications received for this competitive program) annually.