The Digital Learners to Leaders (DLL) Program is a “Digital Literacy” program open to all GSU students, including our Perimeter College students. DLL is about technological innovation and it is open to all majors. Cohorts average 30 different majors. The DLL program is aligned with GSU's College to Career Initiative, offering students an opportunity to engage in and demonstrate several career readiness competencies and skills including collaboration, leadership, and conflict management. Students from past Cohorts became entrepreneurs. Some changed their majors to explore new pathways such as AR/VR and Film and went on to create their own niches. Others received prestigious internships at places they never thought they would work. DLL helps students connect the skills they learn in the program with the skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
Civic Engagement supports community engagement initiatives and leadership opportunities as well as provides students, staff and faculty the chance to become involved with Georgia State University’s service community. Civic Engagement collaborates with many Atlanta area nonprofits, as well as campus organizations and programs. Within the city’s diverse and ever-expanding nonprofit and community service sector, students are sure to find a service opportunity that works for them.
Black Student Achievement promotes quality services and programs related to the retention, progression and graduation of African Americans attending Georgia State University by providing resources and advocating for their academic success, degree attainment, co-curricular involvement, cultural heritage and international and educational diversity.
Angela Christie, Faculty Director of GSU's QEP College to Career, spent time talking with students about the University and College initiatives at the College of Arts & Sciences Constitution Day hosted by the Student Government Association on 4 April 2019..
Instructors representing more than 10 institutions attended a course-based undergraduate research experiences institute hosted at Georgia State University on May 22-24.