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.
The Center for Career and Leadership Development (CCLD – formerly known as Career Services) is excited to announce our new Student Leadership Programs component.
And so we reach the climax on another academic year as Middle Georgia State University!
New Media major Kaitlyn Kelly, senior writer for MGA’s student newspaper and a reporter for the student video production office, is pursuing a career in film production.
As students prepare for midterm exams and projects, how are we each “owning” our responsibility to support their success? As they look ahead toward the next semester, how are we each “owning” our duty to help them make wise choices? With more than 80% of our graduates remaining in Middle Georgia after graduation, the investment of time and energy we make in our students results in success not only for each of them, but for all of us in this region. Thank you for keeping that in mind and our students’ success at heart as we reach the midpoint of our Fall semester!
In the coming years we must rigorously apply this principle of intentionality in knowing what purpose we are addressing with every student we recruit, retain, and graduate here at Middle Georgia State.
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Today is the first step on a journey for many of our students, reminding me of that Chinese proverb that “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. I hope this day’s step for our students is a happy and joyful one too, and I congratulate you on being there with them as they take this first step or continue back on the pathway of learning
This week we reach a moment of joy in the academic calendar, and one of extraordinary significance to those of us who earn our livelihoods at the University and those students who choose to build their learning and lives on our foundations.
The Professional Closet is an MGA service, maintained by the Career Services office, that gives students a place to buy gently used professional clothing, shoes, and accessories for job interviews. Each item of clothing – donated by MGA faculty, staff, students and members of the community – is $5 or less. If you’re a current student or recent grad who needs a job-interview outfit or if you have gently used professional clothing you’d like to donate, call 478.471.2714 for more info.