Call to Action: Summer 2017

Beyond the basics of joining your regional club and subscribing to the School’s e-newsletters, peruse a few timely ways to get involved and stay connected this quarter.

1. Recruit future generations of GPS students

Board NominationsWhether you’re up the road, across the country or on the other side of the pond, GPS’s Admissions team is likely dropping into your city this fall — and is calling for alumni volunteers to attend its recruiting events.

Scroll through where and when GPS is hitting the road and select which stop you’d like to attend to be a part of bringing new students to your alma mater. 

2. Submit your class note

Alumni WeekendGot a promotion? Had a baby? Moved to a different city? Time flies when you’re having fun, and the GPS community is forever here cheering you on. Keep us in the know with what we should be giving you a big hand for by submitting a class note. 

Submit a class note


3. Ensure your company or organization knows GPS

Company-JobsWith the School’s alumni network at the pulse of job prospects, our Career Services team is calling on you to keep the School in the know on whether your company is looking for talent that aligns with the GPS toolkit.

Contact Career Services to introduce your hiring manager to the School and to coordinate a site visit for current students.

4. Be a champion for GPS through social media

Social MediaWhile we have your eyes on a screen, go ahead and follow the School on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and be sure to add GPS to your LinkedIn profile and join our LinkedIn group.

Take your online engagement a step further by sharing one of the School’s recent posts, tagging us in a photo with classmates or by posting an update or relevant professional advice and articles to the LinkedIn alumni group.

5. Invite GPS faculty, students or alumni to an event

Alumni EventsNothing beats face-to-face networking, and we want to ensure our current students and alumni are in front of the best people and opportunities.

If you know of a local panel, conference of function that could be of interest to fellow classmates or benefit from GPS expertise, alert your regional club leader.