Check out the latest events from the MGA Office of Career Services!

Mock Interview Day sponsored by Delta Global Services is 5 p.m. on 9/24.

Mock Interview Day

Last chance for students to register for the fall semester.

Practice interview sessions allow students and alums the opportunity to practice their interview skills, dressed in professional attire, then receive feedback for improvement.  There is no charge for this service but RSVP is required.  All sessions will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 25th from 9 a.m. -3 p.m. on the Dublin and Eastman campus.  Visit Campus Services for more information.


Voices of Impact Lecture Series 


Please join us Thursday, Oct. 11th from 6-8 p.m. for the kick-off of this dynamic lecture series!

On Thursday, Oct. 11th from 6-8 p.m. students, faculty, staff, graduates and the general public are invited to hear from Dr. Vernard Hodges, co-founder of the veterinary clinic Critter Fixer, now located in Byron and Bonaire.  Dr. Hodges will share on his career as a veterinarian and journey to entrepreneurship as he now owns over 100 private and commercial real estate properties.  Hodges’ autobiography “Bet on Yourself: From Zero to Millions” was released in December 2017 with strong reviews and has earned 5 out of 5 stars on  There are 50 seats available; registration is required.  The first 20 to register will receive a FREE copy of the book.


The Cochran Professional Closet Grand Opening

The Professional Closet will have its official GRAND OPENING on the Cochran Campus, in Sanford 112,  on Wednesday, 9/26, from 10:30pm-1pm. The first 10 attendees will be able to fill up a bag of clothes for only $10! Clothing items are normally between $3-$5 apiece.

The Professional Closet Suit Sale- From October 1st through October 12th, The Professional Closet on BOTH campuses (Macon- SLC 254; Cochran-Sanford 112) will have a  sale where suits and a tie will only be $6! Make sure to come and check it out!


Public Services Career Resource Panel

The inaugural Public Services Career Resource Panel was held on Sept. 10th as the first joint collaboration between Career Services and the Department of Teacher Education and Social Work.  Four panelist and five vendors represented various aspects of Public Service careers (i.e. education, psychology, social work, child welfare).  Nearly 50 students took advantage of the opportunity to gain insight on the career/educational journey of the panelist and clarity on graduate schools/licensures before networking with local employers who provided opportunities for internships, full and part-time opportunities.