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Alumni Career Preview Days Alumni Chapters
Last Chance to Apply

CAREERSERVICESAlumni Career Preview Days is an opportunity for sophomores and juniors on GCU’s main campus to work with alumni in the Phoenix area who pursued a purpose similar to their own. Current Lopes will have the opportunity to “shadow” GCU alumni in their professional setting. Give back to GCU students and submit your application by Friday, Sept. 26, 2014.
Join or Lead an Alumni Chapter in Your Area

Alumni Chapters MembersGCU Alumni Chapters are expanding and your city could be the next location! We are looking for GCU alumni who are interested in leading or joining a chapter in your area. If you are interested in becoming a chapter leader or participating as a member, please fill out this form and we will contact you shortly with more information.
Alumni Spotlight Video Alumni Feature
Proud Alumni Parents and Their Current GCU Students

Alumni Spotlight VideoLast month we had the chance to interview alumni parents whose students are following in their footsteps and starting college at GCU. Among them include, Daren Sweet, ’92 and daughter, Erin Sweet, Kenneth Jefferies, ’09 and son Dewey Jefferies and all the way from Chicago, Ill. Linda Long, ’13 and daughter Annie Long. Watch as these proud parents share their GCU experiences and what they hope their student will gain from their alma mater.
Baker Brings Biology Background to New Role

Perry BakerThe rapid growth of GCU’s science programs has helped draw Dr. Perry Baker back to the campus where he earned his master’s degree in education in 1988. A former dean of Arizona Christian University, program coordinator and professor of biomedical sciences at Midwestern University, Baker returns to GCU as assistant dean of the new College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Read more here.
Student Internships Career Corner
Internships at GCU

GCU Student WorkerGCU students have received an education in modern corporate culture this year while interning at companies across the country. Our goal is to meet many more employers' needs - and further many more students' experiences. If you are an alumnus who has an open internship or job opening, contact Career Services to learn how you can post on our job board. You can also read more about our students' internship experiences so far!

GCU Career ServicesIn order to meet the needs of the growing population of GCU graduates, Career Services has expanded its online tools. The latest resource, GoinGlobal is now available to GCU alumni. GoinGlobal provides access to more than 16 million internships and job opportunities throughout the United States and across the globe. Now, alumni can research employment trends and guidelines in more than 34 countries. To access this resource, use the passphrase: GCUGoinGlobal and read more about this opportunity here.
Volunteer Opportunities Campus Expansion
Special Olympics Arizona Fall Games Volunteer

Special Olympics ArizonaVolunteers are needed to help facilitate the Bocce games for the Special Olympics Arizona Fall Games on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Pioneer Park (8755 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria, AZ 85345). Complete this form and email Sussely Morales, GCU's Community Outreach Manager, to let her know you are registered and she will pair you up with other GCU representatives!
2015 GCU Projects
GCU Campus Construction
GCU officials are focused on building a series of six-story residence halls to provide as many as 3,000 more beds on the Phoenix campus by the 2015-16 school year. As GCU increases its focus on STEM programs, student demand is expected to intensify. Read more about the projects that are in the works for 2015!

"The Lord is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love." (Psalm 103:8)

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