Hispanic Recruitment Team

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The Hispanic Recruitment Team (HRT) is a group of Georgia Tech undergraduate students that are committed to increasing Hispanic student enrollment on campus. Partnering with the Office of Undergraduate Admission, this volunteer group works closely with current student volunteers and campus partners on recruitment initiatives and provide a vital role in the admission process.

We have a dynamic leadership team composed of seven Executive Board Members who are passionate about Tech. The Team is here to give you the first-hand student perspective on campus life, academics, traditions and Atlanta as you research your right-fit college.

Student Stories and Resources

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at Georgia Tech, a student organization seeking to empower Hispanics to fulfill their potential as well as teach other communities of Latin Culture.

Office of Hispanic Initiatives

The Office of Hispanic Initiatives (OHI) has offered programs that enhance the personal, academic, and professional development of Hispanic/Latino students with the support and involvement of the Georgia Tech community, including faculty and staff.

Edge Mentors through OMED

Edge is a peer mentoring program designed to support incoming students – both freshmen and transfers – during their first year at Georgia Tech.

Spanish Speaking Organization

Spanish Speaking organization is for people of all backgrounds and all speaking levels who want to practice their Spanish speaking skills and learn more about Hispanic/Latinx culture.

Latin American Student Organization

GT LASO is a new organization to unite students of Hispanic ethnic background and those who have interest in Hispanic/Latino culture through activities that invoke cultural, social, educational, and political involvement.

Brazilian Student Association

BRASA-GT was created to promote Brazilian culture by uniting the Brazilian community at Georgia Tech and introducing Brazilian traditions and customs to the greater Georgia Tech community.