Membership in the Alpha Eta Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa is considered one of the highest honors attainable for a Georgia Tech student. Membership is awarded to undergraduate students who have completed at least 60 hours, graduate students, and members of the faculty and administration. As a member, you are expected to attend bi-weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 6:30pm, where the Circle discusses campus issues and develops leadership among its members. Additionally, the Circle hosts many events and committee initiatives throughout the school year. Past ODK projects include the establishment of the first Student Center at Georgia Tech and the establishment of the Mental Health Think Tank. We hope to continue to utilize our network of campus-wide leaders to impact the Georgia Tech community.
To be eligible for student membership, you must be a graduate student or undergraduate junior or senior by hours (meaning 60 or more completed hours), and hold a GPA of 3.50 or above.
This year, ODK is opening applications in the Spring to fill several open spots with exceptional candidates. Given our goal of creating a diverse forum of leaders, we are specifically looking for individuals with unique experience, involvements, or perspectives. Spring recruitment doesn't involve a formal interview process, but will require an application, a list of references, and a meeting with two members of ODK.
Applications will close on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 11:59 PM. We will contact you during the month of February if we would like to set up a meeting.
NOTE: We will be holding our regular business and round table style interviews during Fall 2017. During this period, we will be looking for a full class of new members. If you are not selected in Spring of 2017, you may still be an extremely strong candidate for Fall recruitment. *We encourage you to save your responses to this application and apply again in October if you are not selected in Spring.*
Recruitment Documents – Apply today!