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GENEVA 2030

Geneva 2030

When an entire community comes together to support its youth, the results can be truly transformative.

Since 2011, Geneva 2030, a collective impact initiative, has worked to harness the resources of the entire Geneva community—nonprofit organizations, businesses and individuals—to support the education of Geneva’s children from the “cradle to career.” We have worked with community members and the Geneva City School District to identify these key areas to support our children:

  • Kindergarten readiness (age 0-5 development)
  • Literacy Success
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Design and Math) Success
  • Graduation Rate Improvement
  • College and Career Readiness

There have been great strides since 2011, highlighted by an increase in the graduation rate from 70.7 percent to 84.9 percent, but there is still much to do. Please consider offering your time, talent and treasure to support Geneva’s youth.


GENEVA 2030 NEWS

Community Engagement Celebrated

Geneva Reads Bookfest 0038Although the COVID-19 pandemic caused the cancellation of the 12th annual Community Engaged Scholarship Forum, it didn't stop the HWS community from celebrating the contributions of individuals and organizations that…
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HWS Virtual Tutoring for Geneva Students

Virtual-Tutoring-French-duIn ordinary times, HWS America Reads tutors meet every school day with elementary and middle school students from the Finger Lakes area, offering support to help children acquire new vocabulary,…
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HWS and Sodexo Expand Boys & Girls Club Meal Program

Sodexo7Campus may be quiet, but the kitchen at Scandling Campus Center is alive with activity. The Colleges are hosting food preparation for the Boys & Girls Club of Geneva, providing…
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Geneva 2030 Announces New Leadership for a New Decade

fahy_-karen_Geneva2030Geneva 2030, the community partnership to support Geneva's school children and their families, has new leadership. Karen Fahy, a highly-respected teacher and administrator with a 35-year career in education, including…
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Flowers Honored by Boys & Girls Club

Book Fest1At its 23rd annual dinner, the Boys & Girls Club of Geneva honored Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CCESL) Katie Flowers with the 2019 Friend…
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CONTACT

To learn more about Geneva 2030, contact:

Geneva 2030 Program Manager
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 781-3825
Geneva2030@hws.edu


Thank you

Geneva 2030 gratefully acknowledges The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund for supporting our work.


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