Jumpstart your Georgia Tech experience this summer!
Wreck Camp 2015 is August 6-8, 2015
Apply to be a part of Wreck Camp Staff 2015!
Are you interested in LEAVING YOUR MARK on Georgia Tech? Then apply today to be a part of Wreck Camp Staff 2015. Wreck Camp is an extended orientation experience focused on teaching new students about Tech traditions and getting them adjusted and excited for Georgia Tech! It's a great opportunity to develop your leadership skills, make connections with fabulous students, faculty, and staff; and eat s'mores! Click below to apply starting Monday, October 20th!
Applications are due online by Friday, November 7th at 5 p.m.
What is Wreck Camp?
You may already know a lot about Georgia Tech or you may know very little, but no matter where you come from, or what your background is, our program is for you. Wreck Camp is an extended orientation experience for incoming first-year students that brings together new and current students to help jumpstart your college experience. Wreck Camp is designed to aid students in their transition to Georgia Tech by developing a diverse social network and strengthening their ties to the Institute through the introduction of campus culture and traditions.
Join us for this opportunity that helps you build your new Georgia Tech community before you ever arrive on campus. For three days and two nights, you along with other incoming students and upperclass leaders will head to an off-campus retreat center and learn more about Georgia Tech, its traditions, and your new GT family. Filled with fun activities, Yellow Jacket insight, and new friendships, Wreck Camp is one event that you definitely do not want to miss! For more information, check out our "About Camp" page.
If you have other questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or by phone at (404) 894-6897.
Registration for Wreck Camp is now closed.
Wreck Camp Mission
Wreck Camp is an extended-orientation experience that prepares new students to excel at Georgia Tech through enhancing understanding of life on a culturally diverse campus; creating connections between students, faculty and staff; teaching and igniting a passion for time-honored traditions; and jumpstarting leadership development in a fun summer camp setting.