Congrats to the Grads! Profiles in Success—2015

Mark Torlucci: Cultivating his own brand of success

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Getting involved on campus can make a huge difference. That’s what Mark Torlucci, an orientation leader majoring in business administration, tells students who are new Georgian Court.

“Once I joined the orientation leaders program and learned how fun it could be, no one could stop me from joining other clubs and organizations,” says the Brick, N.J. native. “The friends I made here are friends for life. Getting involved with the school marked some of the best times of my life and I recommend it to everyone.”

Mark, who also completed a social media internship with the university’s marketing and communications office, has a part-time marketing job lined up after graduation and eventually wants to put his skills to work in the sports industry. “I am on the hunt for more jobs and more experiences. GCU taught me how to expand possibility and now I’m going achieve those possibilities.”

I chose GCU because of the small class size, and I really like that the teachers know my name—I’m not just a number. The staff and faculty here are always willing to work with a student to help with grades or help them get an internship.

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Mark Torlucci: Cultivating his own brand of success

17971511931_767b45896c_z

Getting involved on campus can make a huge difference. That’s what Mark Torlucci, an orientation leader majoring in business administration, tells students who are new Georgian Court.

“Once I joined the orientation leaders program and learned how fun it could be, no one could stop me from joining other clubs and organizations,” says the Brick, N.J. native. “The friends I made here are friends for life. Getting involved with the school marked some of the best times of my life and I recommend it to everyone.”

Mark, who also completed a social media internship with the university’s marketing and communications office, has a part-time marketing job lined up after graduation and eventually wants to put his skills to work in the sports industry. “I am on the hunt for more jobs and more experiences. GCU taught me how to expand possibility and now I’m going achieve those possibilities.”

I chose GCU because of the small class size, and I really like that the teachers know my name—I’m not just a number. The staff and faculty here are always willing to work with a student to help with grades or help them get an internship.

Next: All who wander are not lost

 



Return to our Commencement 2015 roundup, or contact the  Office of Marketing & Communications to learn more about our standout students! 

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