Promoting Pathways to Success for the Hispanic & Latino Community
Through its work with student organizations, campus partners, and employee resource groups, the Office of Hispanic Initiatives is committed to providing resources and programming that fosters an inclusive and welcoming environment for all Hispanic and Latino students, faculty, and staff. OHI is proud to offer financial support to undergraduate and doctoral students in partnership with the Goizueta Foundation.
- Georgia Tech Hispanic Alumni Network (GT-HAN)
- Undergraduate Admission
- Office of Development
- Women’s Resource Center
- Georgia Tech Alumni Association
- Graduate Studies
- Student Diversity Programs
- Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Georgia Tech Library
- School of Modern Languages
- Center for Academic Success
- Office of International Education
The Office of Hispanic Initiatives is committed to supporting the Hispanic and Latino community at Georgia Tech by:
Assisting in recruiting high-achieving, talented students
Enriching the educational experience for Hispanic and Latino students by fostering an inclusive and supportive environment
Offering programs and events to help Hispanic and Latino students grow academically, personally, and professionally
Preparing Hispanic and Latino students for success after graduation
Meet OHI Director Jorge Breton
Jorge Breton, a native of Colombia, South America, obtained a bachelor’s degree in management and a master’s degree in marketing from Georgia State University.
In his current position as director of OHI, he works closely with Hispanic and Latino students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Breton has served as the Principal Empowerment Officer and as Principal Staff/Faculty Liaison for Georgia Tech’s Hispanics Or Latinos and Allies (HOLA) Employee Resource Group (ERG). His close interaction with students provides him an opportunity to influence future generations of Latino leaders. Breton advises individual students as well as student organizations, serving as an advisor to a few student groups. Additionally, he has served on the advisory board of the Georgia Tech Hispanic Alumni Network (GT-HAN).