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Ahead of the game - Alumni Profiles
June 2010 Issue
Jack Head Jack Head (BBA ’75) knows the sooner students at the University of Georgia get involved in campus activities, the more likely they are to be happy and successful during their years in Athens. He knows this on some level because of his own experience at UGA. Head was president of his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and was involved in the interfraternity council as well as intramural football and basketball. He also knows it because the university has tracked students who participate in some of Head’s favorite programs—LeaderShape and Dawg Camp. “Their success rate is so much higher than the average student,” Head says. A decade ago, UGA’s vice president of student affairs approached Head about mentoring at LeaderShape, an off-campus retreat for mostly sophomores and juniors. Head agreed and was impressed with the program, which helps students put their ideas, particularly about service, into action plans. The curriculum involves working in large groups, participating in small group discussions, …
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