Moses C. Gines
New Grant Promotes Success at GGU
Human resource management student among the first to receive grant through Yellow Ribbon Program
Meet Moses C. Gines: a personable gentleman with an infectious grin. Moses has something new to smile at: as one of the first recipients of the brand new Yellow Ribbon Program grant, he is earning a master’s degree in human resource management from Golden Gate University with no out-of-pocket costs.
After serving for four years in the Active Duty Air Force as an Aerospace Ground Equipment Mechanic, Moses was deployed to Qatar for four months in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Currently an Education and Training Manager in the Air Force Reserves, Moses knows his degree will help him transition into civilian life and secure a bright future.
Any interested students should initially contact the Department of Veteran Affairs to procure a Certificate of Eligibility.
Moses reports his single most remarkable achievement as the morning of his first marathon last August, when the rewards of a six-month intensive training program were realized. He has a hunch that the second will be the receipt of his MSHRM degree from GGU.
Student Profile taken from Fall 2009 GGU Magazine excerpt.