Elaine Reyes (ABJ ’97) of CCTV America mentored Molly Swindall, a digital and broadcast journalism major.

Mentor a Grady student

Alumni and friends of Grady College are encouraged to participate in the UGA Mentor Program. The UGA Mentor program is a structured opportunity for current undergraduate and graduate students to connect with alumni and friends of Grady College. Getting started is easy. Simply create a profile on the UGA Mentor digital platform, attend a quick orientation, then instantly begin searching for a mentor using a variety of search criteria including: industry, major, location and more.  Mentors and mentees are encouraged to talk one to two hours per month during a four-month period. These conversations will center around topics such as professional skills needed in today’s world of work, diversity and inclusion perspectives, and other topics based upon students interests. Mentors do not have to be based within the Athens area.

For more information, please visit the UGA Mentor Program website, or contact Samantha Meyer, director of Experiential Programs for Grady College.
Matt Kabus (ABJ'12) speaks to an NMI class about his experience with the startup company Amper Music Inc.

Speak to a class or student club

We’re thankful for the many engaged alumni who visit Grady or invite classes or student clubs to their companies to share about their careers and research.  For a list of clubs and organizations, please visit our Grady Students page.

Senior Send-off with special guest, Deborah Roberts (ABJ '82). rrAthens, Georgia, on Friday, May 10, 2019rrPhotos: Sarah E. Freemanrr

Grady funds & giving opportunities

Grady College depends on the generosity of our alumni and friends to help students and faculty succeed. With your support, we will strengthen our commitment to inspiring students and preparing them to illuminate the world upon graduation. We are grateful for your kindness. Thank you for your gift!

To make a gift, please visit Grady.uga.edu/give-to-grady.