RSA is an organization that represents resident students in all aspects of campus life. We work to create opportunities for students to interact, and to provide leadership for change. RSA also helps with communication and cooperation between community councils, works to solve problems facing resident students, and acts as a central government to all community councils.
Dean's Student Advisory Board (College of Business)
The Dean's Student Advisory Board (DSAB) is an organization of students committed to improving the academic, social, and professional quality of education in the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business. DSAB facilitates interaction between students, student organizations, faculty members, alumni, and administration. It assists in fulfillment of the mission of the College. The board responds to students' needs and serves as their voice within the College of Business, the business community, and...
For Program Members | The GC Leadership Programs orgsync community uses this page to send out announcements, post event information, and manage group participation. Take a look around and get a feel for the place. You can access our calendar for upcoming opportunities and browse our roster to learn more about your fellow members.
For Visitors | We are very glad you are interested in the GC Leadership Programs To learn more, visit gcsu.edu/leadership or contact John Bowen, coordinator of...
Omicron Delta Kappa is the first college honor society of a national scope to give recognition for leadership. Since its founding, over 300,000 individuals from over 300 college and university campuses across the United States have been recognized for meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities. As a perspective member, you have an opportunity to be recognized for your leadership achievements in one of the recognized Five Phases of Campus Life:
The Honors Program is designed for intellectually talented and motivated students. We provide small sections of core curriculum classes, multidisciplinary colloquiums, dinner-seminars, book discussions, and a variety of other academic, cultural, and social events.
Our mission is to provide students with an intellectually challenging and rewarding academic experience, which will allow them to stretch their minds, craft unique records of experience and accomplishment, and achieve their longe...
Acting as the voice of all students enrolled at Georgia College & State University, the Student Government Association will actively work to improve the quality of life for the student body, along with the university community as a whole. Believing in the right of self-governance, all students enrolled at Georgia College & State University shall be a member of the Student Government Association and be entitled the rights, privileges and protections thereof.
This Pre-Law Society is a body of students, with the purpose of:
1) Sponsoring educational activities related to: the application process for law school, preparing to take the LSAT, choosing a concentration, choosing a career in law.
2) Sponsoring activities such as visits to law schools, visits to court buildings, and invited speakers that broaden our knowledge of the law and careers in the law.
3) Sponsoring forums that inform us about the law and current legal issues.
4) Establishing r...
Trade Development Intern at Georgia Ports Authority
I work in logistics and trade development at the Port of Savannah, the single largest container port in the USA and the fourth busiest in the nation. As an intern with the Trade Development Office, I assist in attracting new companies to Georgia, promoting a vast inventory of site options for port-related business, assisting with tax incentives (BEST), expanding existing business, assisting with export and import opportunities, and advertising Georgia Port Authority's knowledge of international trade and transportation to meet the needs of its customers.
May 2015 - Present
US Commercial Service Intern at U.S. Embassy Zagreb
As an intern with the US Commercial Service, I worked at the US embassy in Croatia conducting market research in the region and serving as a client liaison for US companies and Gold Key clients seeking business partnerships in the South East Europe region. Additionally, I planned and coordinated trade events in Croatia to promote US companies and products in Croatia and the South East Europe Region. All of my tasks and responsibilities fell under the commercial diplomacy mission of the U.S. Deprtment of Commerce to foster greater cohesiveness and cooperation between the United States and the Republic of Croatia.
Student Ambassador at Georgia College & State University
I serve as a host and information specialists during special Georgia College functions sponsored by the President, the Office of Admissions, Institutional Advancement, and the college and schools of the University. I also serve as a student admissions representative, campus tour guide, commencement/convocation usher and attendant, as well as a role model and informal mentor to prospective and entering students.
August 2013 - Present
Waterfront Counselor at Rock Eagle 4-H Center
I worked as a Summer Camp Counselor at the Rock Eagle 4-H Center, an employee of the Georgia 4-H camping program and the University of Georgia's College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. As a Waterfront counselor, I was trained in the Red Cross CPR/First Aid and Lifeguard certification programs. I worked as a canoe instructor and lifeguard, and additionally was assigned to a specific group of 20+ counselors and adult volunteers each week.
Additionally, I worked at Camp Corral at Wahsega 4-H Center at the end of the camping season. Camp Corral is a summer camp program for military youth in middle school and high school. I was assigned to chaperon a cabin of campers and assisted with classes and activities.
May 2013 - July 2014
Student Technology Assistant at Georgia College
I served as a technology/printing resources assistant and new technology liaison for GCSU Library Instructional Technology Services
August 2013 – Present (1 year 10 months)
Soliya is a nonprofit organization that uses internet technology to improve inter-cultural understanding between the "West" and the "Muslim World". Their core program is the Connect Program - a cross-cultural education program that directly connects university students in the US, Europe, Middle East and North Africa. As part of an accredited course at participating universities, the students engage in dialogue through a web-based videoconferencing application and collaboratively analyze and produce their own media products.
As a facilitator, I work with an international partner to facilitate international conflict resolution dialogue through the aforementioned platform.
January 2012 - Present
State Representative on the Georgia 4-H Board of Directors at University of Georgia
I represented the 170,000 Georgia 4-H members while meeting with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, members of the Georgia legislature, Georgia Agricultural Commissioner, university officials, donors, and alumni of the Georgia 4-H Program. Additionally, I planned and hosted several annual 4-H conferences and competitions.
June 2011 - July 2012
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