The SGA Executive Board leads the organization and serves as a voice for students on campus. We invite you to get to know the current members of the board.
Ladies in Action, Future Educators of Young Children, and The Humanities Society
In my two enriching years at Georgia Piedmont Technical College, I have worked hard as a dedicated, active and involved member of the GPTC community. As President, I will make sure that every student is represented and that his or her voice is heard. I look to serve our Georgia Piedmont community by effectively and successfully bringing the concerns and needs of the students to the faculty and administration. The purpose of SGA is to serve the students. I believe in an open-door policy and town hall meetings. As your President, I guarantee that your concerns and needs will not only be heard, but they will also be addressed. I am fully committed to our Georgia Piedmont community and the future of all the students.
Ladies in Action and Phi Beta Lambda
With over five years’ experience in providing senior administrative support and being a part of the booster club in my local community, I know I can lead. I will support the SGA and SGA President to the fullest. I am very dedicated, determined, and always dependable.
Ladies in Action
It is an honor to serve as your current Secretary of SGA. I am dedicated to be the best student leader I can be. Those who know me will tell you I am self-motived and dependable. By taking courses on two campuses, the opportunity to speak with students are endless. Several of your concerns were addressed at the “Conversation with the President” town hall meeting in March 2017. It was an honor to share the student concerns with all in attendance. As an officer, I request that you come and engage in conversation for change and growth for all students.
Informational Technology Professionals, Ladies in Action, National Technical Honor Society, SkillsUSA, Phi Beta Lambda and The Humanities Society
I am excited about continuing my involvement with the various activities, clubs, and leadership programs that exist on campus. This position affords me the opportunity to assist fellow students with academic, personal and professional success. The position also helps me to enhance my leadership skills. I am a people person and feel this will assist is my continued efforts to be of service to others
Running for a position in the Student Government Association is a great way to develop your leadership skills, influence campus decisions, and get involved in your campus community. Elections are held in the spring for the for the following positions:
All positions not filled by election during the spring are open for fall semester. Applications will be accepted February 12, 2018 – March 5, 2018.
S.A.V.E. and Emerging Leaders
If you are not quite ready to run for a position, but want to be involved in SGA, join the Student Activities Volunteer Extraordinaire (S.A.V.E.) program or Emerging Leaders program. S.A.V.E. allows students to participate and volunteer in activities and events sponsored by SGA and the Office of Student Activities. There is no major commitment. Students are interviewed and then contacted to assist with upcoming events. The Emerging Leaders program is designed to groom individuals that are interested in Student Leader positions. Those students will assist with events as well, but will also be offered leadership training and other responsibilities preparing them for leadership roles.