WPGA News Highlights MGA Leadership Grant

In a recent article, WPGA News highlighted the $50,000 Capacity-Building grant awarded to MGA to initiate a comprehensive program aimed at helping students develop greater leadership and character skills. The grant wil be used to help MGA unify existing initiatives and build others, all aimed at empowering students to grow in their ability to become ethical leaders in their fields and in other endeavors.

"Rafael Villamil, Middle Georgia State University coordinator for student leadership programs, said the grant initiative will ultimately help students and professors.

'We are not only working on a common language we can use across campus, we are working on creating some tools to teach professors and staff how to integrate character education into their class and the programming,' Villamil said."

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