GC Leadership Programs | Overview
The Georgia College Leadership Programs are open to students from all disciplines.
In the GC Emerging Leaders Program, freshmen clarify values, explore interests, develop leadership skills, learn about campus leadership opportunities, and build relationships with others who are interested in making a difference at the university and in the community.
Leadership Certificate Program
In the GC Leadership Certificate Program (LCP), members learn about the principles and practices of effective leadership through the study of leadership topics and models, the acquisition of hands-on leadership experience, and the process of intentional personal reflection.
Georgia Education Mentorship (GEM)
In the Georgia Education Mentorship (GEM) Program, Georgia College students are mentored by business and non-profit leaders - many of whom are members of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Students also take part in leadership and professional development opportunities offered throughout the year.
Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)
Founded in 1914, Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, gives recognition and honor for meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities and encourages the development of general campus citizenship. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni may be inducted into the GC Circle of ODK.
Inspire! Student Leadership Forum
The Inspire! series invites exceptional business and nonprofit leaders to share their leadership experience with the GC student community. Students will gain insight into time-tested principles and practices of effective leadership - and be challenged to reflect on how they can fulfill their leadership potential.
John W. Bowen, Coordinator of Leadership Programs
Center for Engaged Learning, Room 101
202 N. Clarke St., Milledgeville, Georgia 31061
478-445-1227, firstname.lastname@example.org, CBX 101
ABOUT GEORGIA COLLEGE: Georgia College, the state's designated Public Liberal Arts University, combines the educational experience expected at esteemed private liberal arts colleges with the affordability of public higher education. Its four colleges – arts and sciences, business, education and health sciences – provide 6,600 undergraduate and graduate students with an exceptional learning environment that extends beyond the classroom, with hands-on involvement with faculty research, community service, residential learning communities, study abroad and myriad internships