The Center for Career & Leadership Development has a variety of ways to help students along their career and leadership journey.
The Center for Career & Leadership Development is happy to announce that applications are now available for our sophomore student leadership program, Emerging Leaders, starting in Fall 2020.
Student Success Center tutors will gladly assist your students this semester via face-to-face and online tutoring.
Congratulations to #MGA students who graduated today from recruit training as volunteer firefighters for the city of Cochran and became state certified.
The academic journal “Liberated Arts” recently published a paper by Drew McIntosh, a non-traditional student who returned to MGA to complete his Bachelor of Arts in English.
After teaching abroad in several countries, UGA grad Earl Kline returned to Middle Georgia State to pursue a new degree and a career in accounting. #MGA Read his profile: https://www.mga.edu/news/2019/11/finding-greatness-earl-kline.php?fbclid=IwAR21TywXHqE2fEyFSpdq-Zbcxy1fm_UdJHQe76KIL1_eJA99QhiAv6GG2WQ
To help observe the University System of Georgia’s Ethics Awareness Week, this special edition of Finding Greatness features #MGA grad Crystal Jones, who recently was appointed Macon-Bibb Municipal Court judge. Read her profile: https://www.mga.edu/…/11/finding-greatness-crystal-jones.php
The student delegates from the Cochran and Macon campuses won many awards at the 23rd Annual SEMAU (Southeast Model African Union) Conference held at Kennesaw State University (KSU) from Nov 7-Nov 9, 2019.
Do you love literature and writing but not want to teach? We have good news for you!
A UGA grad with bachelor’s degrees in math and economics, Christian Baumgarth is building a new career in education through MGA’s Master of Arts in Teaching program.