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The Woodruff School takes pride in its robust student body, consisting of approximately 3,000 students, a dedicated faculty of 126, and a committed staff of 81. These numbers contribute to the outstanding reputation, as the School ranks second in Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Programs, fifth in Mechanical Engineering Graduate Programs, and ninth in Nuclear Engineering Graduate Programs.

The Mechanical Engineering (ME) and Nuclear and Radiological Engineering (NRE) PARTNERS Program is an exclusive collaborative platform that offers a unique opportunity for companies to be at the forefront of innovation in the fields of ME and NRE. As a member of the PARTNERS Program, you will have access to a vibrant community where innovative ideas, technologies, and solutions can be shared and nurtured. By participating, you can increase your company’s visibility and awareness across our community, attracting top talent. This increased exposure will broaden your recruiting pipeline and help you strengthen your workforce with exceptional individuals passionate about mechanical and nuclear and radiological engineering.

Your participation in the PARTNERS Program will also have a direct impact on supporting programming initiatives. The funding generated through your involvement will be channeled towards organizing events, facilitating student professional development activities, and providing necessary program supplies and materials. By investing, you will contribute to the growth and development of ME and NRE programs, fostering the next generation of engineers and innovators.

Core Benefits:

  • Employer logo on PARTNERS webpage
  • Company specific job postings included in email to student listserv
  • Invitation to judge Capstone Design Expo
  • One meeting with corporate relations team to develop custom engagement plan

Contact Us

Eden Kahssai

Eden Kahssai
Associate Director of Development
Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
801 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Institute of Technology
O: 404-894-7413


Tier Levels

Design Sequence

The Design Sequence is a series of innovative design courses, all of which are required elements of the undergraduate curriculum for the Woodruff School. These courses provide opportunities for our students to integrate ‘real-world’ problem-based learning in a highly functional team. Students learn to transform their ideas into reality through using our state-of-the-art Wepfer Design Commons which includes the Montgomery Machining Mall, IDEA Lab, and the Flowers Invention Studio. Sponsors of the Design Sequence receive access to students at various academic levels, at multiple points within the classrooms, studios, and labs.

Design Sequence Member Benefits

In addition to the core member benefits offered to ME and NRE partners, sponsors of the Design Sequence benefit from direct engagement with prospective co-ops, internship, and full-time candidates through the sophomore design course, Capstone Design course and the Flowers Invention Studio makerspace.

Design Sequence Lite Member Benefits

In addition to the core member benefits offered to ME and NRE partners, sponsors of the Design Sequence Lite benefit from the opportunity of branding and visibility within the School’s makerspaces and design courses.

Design Sequence

Flexible Offerings

Tailor your participation in our PARTNERS Program to suit your specific needs and budget.

  • $10,000: One Capstone Design project in a semester of your choice
  • $5,000: Annual Sponsorship for ME2110; Visibility in front of 500+ sophomores and judging invites
  • $5,000: Women of Woodruff Annual Sponsorship

The ME & NRE Experience

Being a member of the PARTNERS Program provides access to a collaborative platform where innovative ideas, technologies, and solutions in the fields of ME and NRE can be shared and developed. Join us and be part of the cutting-edge advancements and impactful collaborations within our community.

*Pricing for the following experiences is customized to accommodate the unique requirements of each company.

  • Curricular Integration Experience
    • Present a talk in a classroom
    • Sponsor a field trip or industry visit
    • Sponsor course projects 
    • Sponsor curricular transformation
  • Extra-Curricular Integration Experience
    • Hackathon
    • Sponsor high school interns on design/manufacturing in the Invention Studio
    • Sponsor maker grants and/or student entrepreneurs in the Invention Studio

To learn more about workplace development through our Design Thinking Bootcamp, contact Amit Jariwala at

Corporate Partners

The following companies support the ME PARTNERS Program:







The listing of corporate logos on this site does not constitute an endorsement by Georgia Tech.

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