Last week, we announced the beginning of this year’s SGA Election Campaign and promised our readers that we would deliver special messages from our friends at SGA. We are calling these series, From SGA to You.
Before we move on to the first featured message of From SGA to You, we would like to remind you that Student Life will accept candidate applications until August 9th, and voting for will start on August 18th.
If you’re interested in applying for an SGA position to become the new voice of the students, click here.
We wanted to start these special series by sharing a message from our dear friend, Prachi. Here’s what she had to deliver:
“SGA is an institution in itself. The best part of SGA that I feel is that it elects and selects the student representative based on the their potential and the passion they have for developing the student community.
SGA is an open platform and offers equal representation across campus for all students irrespective of their domestic and international status and diversity. Therefore, although being an international student I was able to stand and campaign for election. Being a student of Marketing and getting elected as Vice President of Marketing and Communications to represent the student community gave me the opportunity to learn and transpire that learning in to measurable results. Due to SGA, I was able network with Board of Alumni and be the voice of students’ and their requirements from the university alumni.
SGA developed the creative instincts in me and that lead me to design and organize creative marketing messages, campus activities, events and channelize personal communication with students to enrich their student life within the campus. Overall, SGA enabled me to work in team, develop the leadership and enhance my communication skills.”
Check back next week for the next featured message of From SGA to You!
News & Updates
If you haven’t had the chance to read our recruitment announcement post where we explained our plans for GGU Social’s next chapter, you may have missed our most exciting announcement yet!
We are accepting applications for a new student writer!
Click here to read more about the position opening.
Jie Ming Loo, our new Student Disability Ambassador just published her first article with the title Inclusion Exchange! In her article, Jie and a disability advocate and inclusion specialist Shayn Anderson explore the topic of inclusion in our communities.
Click here to read Jie’s article Inclusion Exchange!
If you’re still interested in applying for the role of Networking Ambassador, the Office of Career Planning has extended their application deadline to July 28th!
This networking development role provides you with on-one-on training, specialized resources, and the opportunity to create your own networking events. 5 positions are available and will serve as an amazing opportunity to develop your networking skills and build your professional connections. Applications must be submitted no later than July 24th.
To submit your application, follow the link below.
Events to keep an eye on
Our friends at SGA are ready to party! We hope all of our readers can spare some time to come join us and get away from their busy schedules.
Ageno School of Business will host their new speaker series Mastering Human Resource Management for Small Businesses and Startups tomorrow. Refer to the image above for guest speakers and further details.
Our friends at IRC are going to host their next event next Monday at 6PM. Refer to the image above for event details.
Our Student Life department is offering free guided meditation to all students every Thursday in Room 4208, from 5:30 to 6:30PM throughout the entire Summer ’17 Term. Stop by, reduce your stress and increase your peace.
*The event is a drop-in, and you can attend all or just part of the meditation.
Thank you for reading this week’s #SocialWednesday! If you missed last week’s post, you can click here to read it.
If you haven’t been on GGU Social for a while, or visiting for the first time, make sure to check out our Categories Page where you can pick a random post to read, and make sure to check back next week for campus news, more updates and events!
Until next week,