|Congrats to the 2014-15 GPAC Board!
The GPAC Board would like to extend our congratulations to the new Leadership! We wish you the best for 2014-15!
Online MPA Committee
And as a reminder, the following positions are vacant. The 2014-15 Board will begin filling these seats shortly.
If you are interested in any of these vacant positions, please email email@example.com.
GPAC is pleased to kick off the GPAC Elections for the leadership positions that will represent all MPA and MPP students in the 2014-15 Academic Year. Voting will take place between March 10th and 12th, and winners will be announced on March 14th.
The only contested position is for Vice President. Each candidate has provided a statement on why they are best suited for the position of GPAC Vice President. We wish each candidate the best of luck as they engage in a respectful campaign process.
The candidates for Vice President are:
The following positions from the Executive Committee are uncontested: President, Executive Officerand Finance Officer. The following committees are also uncontested: MPP Committee, Online MPA Committee and Social Committee. Each of these officers and committees will be announced on March 14.
The new GPAC Leadership Board (2014-15) will go through an additional process to fill vacancies on the board. Based on the current structure of the board, the following positions/committees will be vacant: Communications Officer, Alumni Relations Officer, GSG Senator, GPAC Ambassador, Webmaster, MPA Committee, Non-Profit Committee, Professional Development Committee, and Sacramento Committee. If you are interested in any of these positions, please send an email to GPAC stating your interest.
Grab your lunch and come learn about his work on Social Justice in Philanthropy and Capacity in Cambodia Nonprofits. He was on sabbatical the last 2 semesters, so if you haven’t had a chance to take his class, this is a great opportunity to meet him. This is an excellent opportunity to network, find research opportunities and be a part of the SPPD community.
When: Tuesday, November 15, 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Where: RGL 103
Please RSVP HERE.
Interested in learning more about philanthropy? Come meet professionals working in local foundations and learn about the vital role they play in improving our communities. The panel will discuss a range of topics from how foundations create strategic grant programs to how they build relationships nonprofits.
Where? RGL 103
The GPAC Brown Bag Lunch Series is back by popular demand! These lunches will feature one of our esteemed faculty members on a topic of their choice. Bring your lunch and learn about a new subject and connect with a professor. This is an excellent opportunity to network, find research opportunities and be a part of the SPPD community.
The Brown Bag Lunch Series kicks off with…Professor LaVonna Lewis! She will be discussing the cultural connections to health and healthcare on Tuesday, October 25th from 12-2pm in RGL 103.
Please RSVP here.
Join us at the Nonprofit mixer!
When? October 26th, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Where? 21 Choices in University Village
Are you interested in the nonprofit sector and want to get to know who among your fellow classmates are too? Well this is the perfect event! Continue reading
SPPD Career Services is hosting a networking workshop on Friday, Sept. 30 at noon and the Professional Development Committee invites you out to practice those skills the same night at Library Bar downtown!