The Magazine of Golden Gate University’s upcoming issue will feature a “Best of Neighborhood” article that will deliver an inside look on the community’s best picks, whether it’s a restaurant or a public space. We invite our readers to participate in their survey and contribute to the community in picking the best spots in the neighborhood! You can access the survey here.
Published two or three times per year (spring, fall, and sometimes summer), the Magazine of Golden Gate University connects alumni with their university with providing information and updates about the school, fellow alumni and topics of common interest.
News & Updates
Speaking of surveys, we would like to thank all of the participants for taking our hike survey! According to the results, %96 of our participants stated that they are interested in joining us for a hike on a weekend later in this term. %83 of respondents who are interested in joining the hike stated that Saturday would be a better day for the activity. We have also collected some destination suggestions such as Twin Peaks, Glen Canyon Park, Mt. Davidson, and Land’s End.
The next step is for us to determine a date that will not clash with your finals and set the logistics of the activity. We are really excited about putting this together and we will keep you updated!
As we stated on our last #SocialWednesday, Office of Career Planning’s in-person Drop-In Hours are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the Fall ’16 Term. If you are looking to get your resume and cover letter reviewed or simply looking to acquire some resources and tools that will assist you in your career or job search, you can stop by the Business Library anytime between 4:30 – 6:30PM on their drop-in days. These sessions do not require students to sign up for the events in advance. If you have any questions regarding the office’s Drop-In Hours or the services they have to offer, you can contact them at email@example.com with your inquiries.
Events to keep an eye on
If you would like to learn tips and tricks on stress and mind management, feel free to stop by Room 4211 on Mondays and Thursdays. The workshops do not require any RSVPs or commitment.
You can join the Student Life department to meditate on any–or every–Thursday throughout the term in Room 4208 starting at 5:30PM.
If you would like to expand your network and share your career goals and experiences, Office of Career Planning’s monthly Online Networking Event is this Friday! The hour long online session starts at 12:00PM. You can click here to register for the event.
The next talk of 5th Annual Braden Leadership Speaker Series “What Gets Measured Gets Done–Really!!!!” featuring Karen M. Roye from San Francisco Department of Child Support Services will take place on Tuesday, October 25th. You can participate in the event either in person or online via livestream. Click here to register for the event and here to learn more about Braden Leadership Speaker Series.
Last but not least, Office of Career Planning’s next workshop Grow Your Network is going to take place in Room 5203 on October 25th, 5:00 – 6:00PM. See the image above for details.
Thank you for reading this week’s #SocialWednesday. If you missed last week’s #SocialWednesday, click here to read it.
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Until next week,