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Programs, Organizations, workshops

The Morehead Honors College, in partnership with other UGA organizations, sponsors, supports, and offers a range of career development programs and services. These are intended to assist Honors students in identifying career paths and to provide networking opportunities within them.

corsair society

Third- and fourth-year Honors students who are interested in careers in financial services should consider the Corsair Society, which includes a spring seminar:

Introduction to Markets and Enterprises
Dr. David S. Williams
Mondays, 3:35-5:30 p.m.
Moore Hall 309

This course is being offered in conjunction with the Corsair Society, an Honors-sponsored organization that helps prepare dedicated UGA undergraduates for careers in business. This one-hour course is intended for highly motivated second-year students, whether in the Morehead Honors College or not, who may be considering a business career. Students will learn about the macroeconomic climate, markets and businesses functionality, and career realities in financial services, general management, and consulting. Speakers will include leading business professionals involved in a variety of companies and industries, including the private equity, investment banking, asset management, and consulting sectors, as well as enterprises across the industrial complex.

atlas business society

First- and second-year Honors students interested in business careers should consider the Atlas Business Society.

The mission of Atlas Business Society is to introduce UGA freshmen and sophomores of all majors to the field of business. The society will provide a comprehensive foundation of the business world as a whole, introduce future career opportunities, and promote individual leadership. Students will acquire knowledge of business concepts, polish their professional skills, connect with a community of student leaders, and gain a competitive advantage in pursuing their careers. Members will participate in workshops to develop hard and soft skills, hear presentations from accomplished speakers, and work with successful Terry College student mentors.

The Atlas Business Society strives to foster an educational environment and a collaborative community among its members. Applications are open from September 1 to October 1 every year.

law & policy

Honors students interested in law and policy should explore:

science & medicine

Honors students interested in medicine and/or the sciences should explore:


Watch the Honors listserv for announcements of workshops addressing resume writing, drafting personal statements and cover letters, interview skills, and more.

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