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General Motors Company (GM) is an automobile manufacturer that makes cars under the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Opel, and Vauxhall brands among many others globally. One of the world's largest automakers, they were founded in 1908 in the United States, but their cars are now sold in more than 120 countries as they continue to drive innovation in the automobile industry.
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The Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech has churned out top-rate engineers for the past century and continues to be one of the nation’s premier sources of mechanical engineers. Sticking with the times, the Woodruff School provides graduates with access to cutting-edge technology and revolutionary practices. The school rounds out every engineer with multidisciplinary areas of focus that give the future work force the possibility to make the world a better place.
The Georgia Tech Student Government Association is dedicated to enhancing the quality of student life at Georgia Tech by providing student participation in the governance of the Institute. SGA helps address challenges that undergraduate students face while enrolled at the Institute and allocates money out of the Student Activity Fee Fund to chartered student organizations. Members are elected by their peers in the fall and serve the next two semesters.
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