GGWCGolden Gate Wrestling Club
GGWCGreater Gallatin Watershed Council (Bozeman, MT)
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The GGWC UAE was organised by Dubai-headquartered Sustainable Mindz and Denmark-based Eir Soccer, under the patronage of the Royal Danish Embassy Abu Dhabi, Save the Children International and the United Nations Development Programme.
"The GGWC is very focused on women's empowerment, involving them in taking action for the sustainable development goals.
The GGWC has also created an SDG dream team, comprising Raha Moharrak, the youngest Arab and the first Saudi woman to conquer Mount Everest; Houriya Al Tahri, the first female Emirati football coach for the National Women's team and 13-year old Gulmehek Khan, the youngest published poetess, with her first collection of 30 poems published when she was 11.
Support programs that GGWC has utilized provide continuous assistance to its students through programs and services such as Academic Advising, Academic Skills Sessions, Career Planning Seminars, Cultural Enrichment Opportunities, Computer Application Workshop, Financial Aid Guidance, Graduate School Preparation, Leadership Development, Peer Mentoring, Tuition Assistance, and Tutorial Services.
The committee recommended to the Vice President and to the College of Graduate Studies the establishment of the GGWC, which would present workshops on various topics during the academic year to acquaint students with outside fellowships and other support programs, and to impart to them the skills needed to write successful proposals to acquire grants.
The GGWC has taken the prototype of the center and integrated the asset-based paradigm to utilize existing university and community talent for the development of mentoring-focused programming.
Lastly, to create credibility and build the GGWC, we had to sustain the work that we had done and share it openly with other students, while maintaining transparency with the faculty to ensure continued trust and credibility.
The GGWC keeps these principles in mind as it designs programs for its constituents.
We define GGWC assets as social capital (bridging, bonding, and organizational), human capital, cultural capital and latent capital.
The employees of the GGWC have recognized that the center can only be effective for students if it remains aware of its own weaknesses and strengths, failures and successes.
The GGWC relies on bringing together the members of the university communities to leverage new results for their graduate students.
The GGWC views social capital as an asset most likely untapped by our students yet one that is critical to their success.