The Four Pillar Society – a student leadership program established by the Office of Advancement and supported by the Office of the President – provides an opportunity for outstanding, professional, and motivated Georgia Gwinnett College students to serve as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors for the college. The goal of the program is to support Georgia Gwinnett College's mission and vision through service with the Office of Advancement, at special events on campus and in the community. Members of the Four Pillar Society will represent GGC with the highest level of integrity and professionalism.
Building the culture of philanthropy within the four pillars of Georgia Gwinnett College.
What do Four Pillar Society members do?
Members of the Four Pillar Society provide volunteer services to Georgia Gwinnett College. This includes, but is not limited to, representing GGC's student body at various on-campus and community events, and greeting and mingling with guests while providing knowledgeable insights about the college and student life.
Members also participate and encourage GGC philanthropy efforts on and off campus. Four Pillar Society members strive to build a sustainable financial future by fostering a culture of long-term giving by inspiring students to give financial gifts to Georgia Gwinnett College. These efforts include the following:
- Educating students about the need for philanthropy on campus and beginning a culture and tradition of giving back to GGC
- Encouraging a culture of giving back, both as students and alumni
- Encouraging students to show appreciation for their school by making gifts to the college while they are still on campus
- Using social media, events and activities to establish direct connections with individual students and to spread the message of philanthropy
- Collaborating with established campus organizations to work to promote philanthropy