March 2018 Events

Each spring, Hillel at Georgia Tech hosts its annual IsraelFest to celebrate all aspects of Israeli heritage and culture. Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of the nearly 600 Jewish students on Georgia Tech’s campus so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Each year roughly 1000 students attend the event that includes kosher food trucks, live camels, a Western Wall replica, and a true Bedouin tent experience 

Short Film Production 
Filmmakers @ GT would like to help fund the production of short films by members of their organization and host a screening of the films at the end of the semester. 

Interactive Opera 
The School of Music is partnering with the School of Design to present Mozart’s Don Giovanni opera and is requesting support for the purchase of materials such as sheet music and set pieces. 

Clough Art Crawl 
The Office of the Arts hosts an annual “Art Crawl” that displays student art of various mediums throughout the Clough Undergraduate Learning Center. Support would help purchase supplies, market the event, and host an awards ceremony. 

Culture Fest 
A week-long event that highlights the cultural diversity on campus. Funding is supporting the purchase of food, space rentals, and advertising to help the International Ambassadors at Georgia Tech host a cross cultural event open to all students on campus. 

Holi Show 
Celebrating Holi, the Festival of Colors, the GT India Club is hosting a night of traditional dance and musical performances. Funding supports the purchase of food, marketing materials, and space rental for their event. 

Project Africa 
The African Student Association host an annual conference that uses science, technology, and entrepreneurship and innovation to promote African development, Project Africa. 

This is a national program that supports the Children’s Miracle Network by hosting dance marathons on college campuses. Hosted by the Georgia Tech chapter of For the Kids, last year this event raised over $200,000 to support the Children’s Miracle Network. 

Rambling Tennis 
Open to students, faculty, and staff, regardless of skill, Ramblin’ Tennis is a recreational tennis club that is using tennis to promote wellness and an open environment. 

Sting Break 
Each year, the Student Center Programs Council hosts a carnival on the Fifth Street Bridge shortly after Spring Break to welcome students back and help them prepare for the rest of the semester. 

CS+Social Good at Tech workshops 
Funding is allowing the Georgia Tech CS+Social Good organization to provide laptops to host coding workshops and listen to speakers as they present throughout the Atlanta area. They are hoping to use coding education to address social issues that are relevant to students and will be open to attendees from every major university in Georgia. 

AMSA PreHealth Conference 
The Georgia Tech American Medical Student Association is using funding to purchase parking, meals, and attendee gifts as they host their PreHealth Conference to prepare students from all over Georgia as they apply for medical school. They will host speakers, discussions, town halls for students about to begin medical school.