Mar 5, 2015 | Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech's International Spouse Group is a space for spouses of Georgia Tech students who are looking for a community in Atlanta. Many members of the group have moved to Atlanta with their spouse who may be interning, doing a fellowship, or working on a PhD or other degree at Tech.
International spouses are encouraged to join the International Spouse Group to meet other spouses, build your GT community, and learn more about Georgia Tech, the Atlanta area, and U.S. culture. The International Spouse Group can be a great way to find friends and others who are having a similar experience. All spouses are welcome, regardless of gender.
The group meets on Thursdays in the Women's Resource (WRC) from 2-3:30 pm. The WRC is located in the Smithgall Student Services Building, Suite 131. Children are welcome.
Description of the International Spouse Group
The International Spouse Group was created through the GT Counseling Center because there was a need for a community with the large number of international spouses on campus. The group is now hosted by the Women's Resource Center in partnership with the Office of International Education.
The group is comprised mainly of women from South America, Europe, Asia, and North America. All spouses are welcome and the group does not discriminate on the basis of race, nationality, gender, age, ability, or sexual orientation.
Find more information on the GT International Spouse Group website.