Information Technology Summer Internship

Georgia‐Pacific is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of building products, tissue, packaging, paper, cellulose and related chemicals. The company’s brands include Brawny® paper towels, Angel Soft® and Quilted Northern® bath tissue, Dixie® tabletop products and more. Georgia‐Pacific is a subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., one of the largest private companies in America according to Forbes magazine.

Be Curious – Create Solutions

Georgia-Pacific needs talented IT professionals to assist us in adapting to an age that is driven by technology, and to help us work toward innovative IT solutions which will sustain the future of our business. GP provides a wealth of career opportunities for those looking to apply their Information Technology knowledge in ways that are fun, challenging, and enormously impactful on our long‐term success. Summer Interns and new grads will gain exposure to a variety of IT applications through the exploration of Advanced Data Analytics & Visualization, Web & Mobile Development, Predictive Analytics, Robotic Process Automation, AI Machine Learning, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Robotics, Manufacturing Automation and Project Management.

Information Technology Internship Program

Georgia-Pacific’s IT department offers a 10-week Summer Internship Program for students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Analytics, Information Systems, and other degree programs related to Information Technology. Summer Interns will work in our corporate headquarters, based in downtown Atlanta, GA.

At Georgia‐Pacific, you will thrive by applying technical knowledge and innovative thinking to help solve technical business challenges. You will be exposed first‐hand to our unique management philosophy: Market‐Based Management (MBM®) and learn how MBM® enables our organization to succeed and grow long term. Near the end of your Internship cycle with Georgia‐Pacific, you will be considered for full‐time employment to return to GP upon completion of your college degree program. Offers of full‐time employment are contingent upon internship performance and business talent needs.