When a community comes together to support a single cause, the results can be truly transformative.
Geneva 2020 is an important effort to advance the Geneva schools and build a stronger community. By harnessing the resources of the entire Geneva community – non-profit organizations, businesses and individuals – we can provide assistance in three key areas identified by the Geneva City School District as being critical to the future of Geneva’s children:
Middle School students from the Geneva City School District (GCSD) will spend a half day on campus learning about opportunities available to college students, such as hands-on research and civic engagement, as well as how to set goals for themselves and work to attain them. The event, on Oct. 14, will be the first formal visit to campus for this cohort of Geneva's sixth graders and is part of a G... More >>
As a neighbor and community partner of the Geneva City School District, the Colleges continue to seek multi-faceted ways to contribute to the success and well-being of young people living in Geneva. One such program, the two-week HWS Summer Academy, will embark on its 10th year of offering Geneva High School students of color the chance to take part in college-level courses. Founded by Professor ... More >>
President Mark D. Gearan joined other members of the Bipartisan Policy Center's Commission on Political Reform in releasing recommendations and a report, "Governing in a Polarized America: A Bipartisan Blueprint to Strengthen our Democracy," during an event in Washington, D.C., last week. Gearan is one of 29 commissioners who, over the course of the past 18 months, met at public and private insti... More >>
President Mark D. Gearan recently attended the Geneva High School (GHS) Academic Awards Ceremony to honor GHS seniors who would be attending Hobart and William Smith in the fall. The annual ceremony, which celebrates the high school's graduating senior class for its academic and extracurricular achievements, took place in the GHS auditorium this June. Gearan began by thanking Geneva City Schools ... More >>
Members of the Classes of 2014 celebrated their upcoming graduation by taking part in two service projects. The effort was created as an opportunity for seniors to give back to the community of which they have been a part for four years in one more way before they graduate. Seniors kicked off a book drive as part of Geneva 2020's literacy goal and pitched in as the Colleges' hosted 175 second gra... More >>
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To learn more about Geneva 2020, contact:
Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
To make a donation to Geneva 2020, please complete the donation form. All checks should be made out to the GCSD with "Geneva 2020" in the memo.
Fill out the Commitment Form to indicate an area of interest within the Geneva 2020 model. That interest could match one or more of the projects outlined on the Geneva 2020 Priorities list, or it could indicate a general range of expertise that could be of use to the Geneva City School District.