Articles in Career Services
The education major, a junior, goes all-out in customer service for students, faculty and administrators in her position with the University’s library.
Seniors Stephanie Craig and Phoebe Cipa each won lunch with Jerry Colangelo and an interview for an internship position with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Accounting major, a junior with a 4.0 GPA, has demonstrated a short learning curve in only four months as a data support assistant.
This week marks the annual Grand Canyon University Career Week. It’s capped by a Thursday Job Fair on campus from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the sidewalk and field near Prescott Hall.
Chris Cline, 23, a junior digital film and production major, was named January’s Student Worker of the Month for exceeding expectations as a campus development assistant.
Student workers are essential to maintaining GCU’s growth. A record number are working on campus now through Career Services, including hundreds in key roles in Tech Support and the Antelope Reception Center.
Christopher Biles, a 19-year-old dance education major, earned November Student Worker of the Month honors for his leadership among student workers at GCU Arena.
Anthony Perez, who received his master’s degree in education from GCU in 2011, is finishing up his first year as a second-grade English Language Development (ELD) teacher.
By Bob Romantic
GCU News Bureau
Rebecca Fair is the first face visitors see when they visit Ethington Theatre – even when maybe she’s not supposed to be.
Fair works as a box office assistant at Ethington, which …
Student Life’s new office space in the residence hall will have a lounge area, conference room, 12 offices for staff, plus a separate office space with outside access for ASGCU.