MGA Receives Grant for Student Leadership and Character Development

Middle Georgia State University will use a new $50,000 Capacity-Building grant, awarded through Wake Forest University’s Educating Character Initiative, to initiate a comprehensive program aimed at helping students develop greater leadership and character skills.

Middle Georgia CEO highlighted the announcement on their website

"'MGA already has a robust set of leadership education programs, and we provide a variety of specific ethics classes,' said Rafael Villamil, coordinator for Student Leadership programs for the University’s Center for Career & Leadership Development. "This grant will help us start the work of bringing all these pieces together in a comprehensive effort that we hope will help MGA students develop the skills, knowledge, and virtues necessary to succeed - not just as skilled professionals but also as ethical professionals, able to balance the good of their organizations with the good of the global community.'"

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