Pace Magazine

Recent Alumni: Go for GOLD

Posted
June 1, 2021
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The advantages of a Pace education extend well beyond the value of your degree. Especially if you’re an alumnus looking to build a professional network and connect with like-minded, motivated individuals.

Have you earned your undergraduate degree within the last 10 years? Looking to forge a deeper connection to your alma mater? Consider becoming involved in the Pace University Alumni Office's Graduates of the Last Decade program, or GOLD, a network exclusively designed for recent graduates to take advantage of the many opportunities our robust alumni network has to offer. Whether it’s professional and social networking events, opportunities to pay it forward and mentor a current student, skill-building webinars, and much more, GOLD has got you covered.

Thinking about joining? If you graduated between 2011–2021, you’re automatically a member!

Through GOLD and the Pace University Alumni Association—a space aimed toward building community, celebrating Pace, and sharing innovative ideas to move the University forward—your decision to become a Pace Setter will continue to pay dividends for decades to come.

Learn more by visiting GOLD’s webpage.

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