Albers Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is a student-run organization committed to enriching the educational experience of graduate business students in the Albers School of Business. The goal of AGSA is to foster a strong sense of community among graduate students by encouraging networking between students, faculty, alumni, and members of the business community. We plan to achieve this through hosting community building events that add value to each student’s program.
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One of the major things that attracted me to Albers was the feeling of community within the school. After completing three in-person quarters, that feeling was confirmed. I remember attending so many workshops, speaker series, and many company representatives from all over, and it made me feel like the opportunities were endless. Some of those connections have led to great mentorship opportunities, and some led me to develop amazing friendships. One of the reasons I wanted to join AGSA is that I want to help implement a similar atmosphere and environment. I believe AGSA could be that organization that brings uniqueness, excitement, and substance to many students at Albers. I look forward to making meaningful contributions to the AGSA organization, Albers school, and all the students who attend.
As a student, I believe we all should give back to the college and our fellow colleagues. I find passion and inspiration when I am involved inside and outside the classroom. Joining AGSA is how I give back to the Seattle University community. Our great group of individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to help lift our fellow classmates and give them opportunities through student-led events and activities.
Working for a smaller, private organization, I wanted the opportunity to create relationships with fellow Albers graduate students who are driven and looking to advance their career like I am. Being part of a board and representing an organization I am passionate about is important to me. By joining the AGSA board I can create new opportunities for my peers to network, develop, and grow.
Having worked across multiple industries for many different companies as an analyst, I was interested in developing a formal business education and maximizing my experience and enabling other students here at Seattle U. By joining AGSA, I get the opportunity to cultivate relationships on behalf of Albers and serve the student body.