• GEM Program Welcomes 23 Students for Class of 2020-21
  • Omicron Delta Kappa Announces Circle Leader of the Year
  • Fifty Students Will Pursue Leadership Certificate in Fall 2020
GEM Program Welcomes 23 Students for Class of 2020-21
Omicron Delta Kappa Announces Circle Leader of the Year
Fifty Students Will Pursue Leadership Certificate in Fall 2020
Core Leadership Competencies

Core Leadership Competencies unite all of Georgia College's leadership development efforts
Leadership for the Public Good

Strategic Plan, 2019-2023
GEM Program Welcomes 23 Students for Class of 2020-21

The Georgia Education Mentorship Program Selects Next Generation of Georgia's Leaders
Inspire! Forum: Dr. Amena O. Anderson

Assistant Director of WVU Advance and Assistant Professor of Practice, West Virginia University
Usery Forum: The Hon. Cathy Cox

Georgia's 25th Secretary of State and Dean and Professor, Mercer University School of Law
Usery Forum: Louis M. Dekmar

Chief of Police, City of LaGrange
Omicron Delta Kappa Announces Circle Leader of the Year

Kendyl Lewis Recognized as the National Leadership Honor Society’s Distinguished Leader
Fifty Students Will Pursue Leadership Certificate in Fall 2020

Leadership Faculty Admits Unprecedented Number of Students
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Georgia College Leadership Programs

At Georgia College, our students are educated in the classical tradition of leadership for the public good. Beyond simply teaching students how to be successful in business or in their professions, for us, leadership means more. Leadership is about forging meaningful connections to our communities and world. It is a perspective, not a position. Good leadership requires us to speak out powerfully and passionately for a given cause and to marshal our resources to a given end. The intensive leadership education we provide at Georgia College helps our students identify what matters to them, how to make positive change in their communities and world, and how to serve as leaders for the public good.