The GGC Corporate Affiliates Program was developed in 2016 with the purpose of building and strengthening strategic relationships between GGC and corporations in Gwinnett, Metro Atlanta, and beyond. The program creates high-value connections with the students and faculty through a variety of on- and off-campus events, priority access to recruiting activities, and targeted on-campus communications.

The Corporate Affiliates Program is now available in the School of Business and in the Information Technology program in the School of Science and Technology. Affiliates choose the area and level of support that best suits their needs and interests. The levels of support and associated benefits are outlined below.

We invite you to consider joining the esteemed group of businesses partnering with GGC through the Corporate Affiliates Program. 

2016 - 2017 Corporate Affiliates Program Benefits

The Corporate Affiliates Program follows the full academic year. All 2016 - 2017 benefits will be delivered between August 2016 - July 2017. All requests to join the Corporate Affiliates Program are subject to review and approval by GGC Advancement, the School of Business, and the School of Science and Technology. 

Benefit/Activity

Tier One - $2,500

Tier Two - $5,000

Opportunity to speak to a School of Business class or club on a topic of sponsor’s choice

OR

Opportunity to host School of Business class or student group for field trip to business site

 


Invitation to attend a meet and greet event to connect with faculty and provide a preview of your company overview, recruitment needs and goals, corporate culture, speaking expertise, and more
August 23, 2016

Invitation to participate in panel of sponsors speaking to graduating seniors in the School of Business, followed by a casual reception for students and sponsors
September 22, 2016

Choose One

Both

Invitation to connect with sophomores and rising juniors in the School of Business, providing professional insight into topics such as corporate culture, career readiness, professional etiquette, and planning for career success 
April 2017

Company logo and link in e-mail to School of Business students twice per year

Job postings highlighted in School of Business student communications

Recognition in Career Services social media


Recognition in 
College media

Priority for Employer Info Table date selection

1 per year

2 per year (1 per semester)

2016 Part-Time Job Fair 
August 19, 2016

Priority booth location

Recognition in print & digital signage


*Additional registration fee required

2017 Career Fair 
March 15 & 16, 2017

Priority booth location

Recognition in print & digital signage


*Additional registration fee required

Resumania 
February 21, 2017


Early invitation to participate as a resume reviewer

Logo on signage at event

Etiquette Dinner 
October 12, 2016

Invitation for 2 representatives to host a table at annual Etiquette Dinner, engaging with students and sharing insights on professional etiquette for business dinners and other social interactions 

Recognition in signage and promotion materials