The Georgia Tech IAC is committed to hiring and training the next generation of energy efficiency professionals. Students receive hands-on training in manufacturing facilities, and GT-IAC has trained 143 students since 2003. Typical activities include:
- Utility bill analysis
- Communication with clients representing Georgia and Florida’s leading manufacturers
- Data gathering inside the facility
- Operating measurement tools, such as data loggers, current transformers, and thermal cameras
- Developing assessment recommendations and calculating energy/cost savings
- Report writing
Students who perform six assessments, complete two semesters of work, and achieve core skills are eligible for a certificate awarded by the US Department of Energy (DOE).
The Georgia Tech IAC will post student job opportunities on this page as they become available.