Georgia Lottery Corporation

About Georgia Lottery Corporation

The Georgia Lottery was created in November 1992 by the people of Georgia to enhance educational funding. The Lottery for Education Act created the Georgia Lottery Corporation (GLC) to oversee and operate the lottery.

The GLC has experienced unprecedented sales and returns to education in its 30-year operation - with net sales reaching over $103 billion. Since its inception, the GLC has transferred more than $27.2 billion to the State Treasury's Lottery for Education Account.

Georgia Lottery proceeds are used to fund specific education programs: 1) Tuition grants and scholarships to undergraduate college students for attendance at eligible Georgia colleges, universities, or technical colleges; 2) The Georgia Prekindergarten Program for all 4-year-olds; Formerly, lottery funds were also directed to capital outlay projects including computer and other technological upgrades for schools, technical institutes, colleges and universities in the state.

More than 2.1 million students have been able to attend colleges through Georgia's HOPE scholarship program; more than 2 million four-year-olds have attended Georgia's Prekindergarten Program.


Sales and Marketing

May 2016 - August 2017 Atlanta, GA
“I loved the entire experience! Everyone at GA Lottery treated the interns like family. Great working environment to say the least. Any time we needed help, they would always be there. We also worked on some really fun campaigns. During the internship, we visited a few off-site campuses to learn more about the job behind the scenes. Overall, I had a lot of successful take aways. ”

Accounting and Finance Intern

May 2019 - August 2019 Atlanta, GA
“I liked the flexibility and the eagerness of staff to teach me as much as possible. ”
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