Insights Internship Track



Engage is a first-of-its-kind enterprise venture platform that dramatically accelerates startup growth and corporate innovation and is administered by the Enterprise Innovation Institute at Georgia Tech. 11 leading corporations – Chickfila, Coca-Cola, Cox Enterprises, Delta, Georgia Pacific, Georgia Power, Goldman Sachs, Honeywell, The Home Depot, Inspire Brands, Intercontinental Exchange, Invesco, UPS, and Wellstar Health System – partnered with the Georgia Institute of Technology and Invest Georgia, have backed the Engage fund, managed by Tech Square Ventures.

Informed by insights derived from corporate partners and cross-industry trends, we invest in startups from around the world. Post-investment, they enter an enterprise go-to-market program that accelerates the path to scale, working directly with corporate partners to implement pilots and contracts. At the same time, our corporate partners are empowered to strengthen their innovation capacity and learn from each other in a cross-disciplinary manner.

Interns at Engage will have the unique opportunity to learn about the go-to-market growth platform and venture fund by supporting the Engage team on the different aspects of working with our startups and corporate partners.


The internship program will bring together a team of 8 talented undergraduate students from Georgia Tech across four roles – Investments Analysts, Insights Analysts, Design + Communications, and Operations – as pictured below.

The information below is intended exclusively for  Georgia Tech students. If accepted, students will have the ability to register for a 3-credit Engage Internship on a letter grade basis for the course GT 3803. The internship program will be managed by Dr. Nammy Vedire, the Director of Platform & Operations at Engage.

The internship will begin in January 2022 and run through the Spring semester. Students are required to work in the Engage studio. Applicants should be creative, hardworking, self-motivated leaders with an interest in innovation and startupsThe specific responsibilities and requirements for the Insights Analyst Internship are detailed below:


  • Assist Engage team in building Insight deep-dive reports on specific industry verticals or trends that are of relevance to the corporate partners.
  • Conduct a thorough analysis of themes and trends, detailed profiles of emerging players, and a perspective on the future of the industry.
  • Research multiple databases, journals, and news articles to unearth unique solutions and diligence new startups in those spaces.
  • Work in the Insights team to produce concise executive summaries, long form presentations/reports, and relevant databases.


  • Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
  • Experience with conducting research and analysis on industry sectors/trends
  • Ability to produce excellent written reports and deliver oral presentations.
  • Self-starter who can work on a team with minimal guidance
  • Experience in the consulting industry/roles is a plus.

NOTE: Students with a coding background will have the opportunity to build and manage scrappers and database management tools to automatically update news articles, company information, and the like. Computer science majors and those with skills or experience in data management will be considered for additional positions beyond the two insights analyst roles indicated above.


LOCATION: Students should be able to work at the Engage Offices in Tech Square (Centergy One, 75 5th St NW, Suite 2100, Atlanta, GA).

COMMITMENT: These positions will be part-time opportunities requiring a total of 168 hours for the Fall semester (12 hours per week for 14 weeks). Students will need to work out a schedule for those 12 hours that fits around their other classes. (Time spent at weekly meetings or special events like speakers, receptions, etc. will count towards the 12 hours — and students will be excused from attending if there is a time conflict with their other classes or if attending would exceed their 12 hours per week).

WEEKLY GROUP MEETING: In addition to their specific responsibilities, interns will meet weekly to listen to guest speakers, learn leadership skills, develop a deeper understanding of investing, hone business skills, and discuss progress on their projects.

Summary Report: At the conclusion of the internship, students will submit an Internship Report (1500-200 words – about 5 pages, double spaced) to Dr. Nammy Vedire describing their internship work and explaining how they have attained the following learning objectives:

  • Apply strategic thinking skills and research methods to assist in the development of market evolution reports and briefs.
  • Demonstrate the ability to create and develop original ideas/concepts, integrate feedback/critique, and communicate ideas visually and verbally.
  • Ability to work effectively in collaborative multi-disciplinary teams.

GRADING: The letter grade for the internship course will be based on Dr. Vedire’s:

  • Evaluation of the Internship Report (20%).
  • Evaluation of the internship performance (80%):
  • Completion of the required 168 hours of internship work
  • Evidence of attainment of the above learning objectives
  • Overall quality of internship work performed


Interested students will require their resume to complete the application form below:

Apply here –

Phase I deadline for applications is 11:59 pm on Saturday, Nov 20th 2021.

NOTE: If slots are still available, applications will be opened for Phase II registrations and communicated via email.


Selected students may be asked to interview by phone or video conference between Nov 15th-30th, 2021. These arrangements will be made via email with the chosen students directly. Interview decisions will be conveyed by email and permits will be issued by Dec 8th, 2021 for students to register.