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February 22, 2017

Job Fairs near You!

In just a few months we will have the opportunity to implement all that we learned through the school year at various jobs and internships. There is one vital component to making summer plans though… actually landing a job or internship.

Campus Life

February 20, 2017

5 Christian Education Myths That Need To Go

Christian universities offer an exceptional avenue to personal enlightenment and professional success. Unfortunately, they are all too often maligned by those who don't know better.

Campus Life

February 17, 2017

5 Wonderful Ways to Serve the Community during Spring Break

Spring break is an opportunity to connect with your community and make a difference. We've compiled a list of local volunteer opportunities to serve God and your neighbor.

Graduate Studies

February 16, 2017

Why Should You Earn a MBA Degree?

MBA – three small letters that are chock full of opportunity. If you are trying to decide whether or not to further your education, let me shed some light on the decision making process. Graduates with Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degrees are in high demand.

Faith

February 14, 2017

Red Roses, Rocky Road, and Relationships

Valentine’s Day is my favorite holiday. I love everything about it—the color scheme, the heart-shaped decorations, bouquets of flowers, hand-written mail, and the clichéd feel of love in the air. But before you discard that statement as a lovey-dovey, flimsy exclamation from a 19-year-old girl, allow me to explain.

Graduate Studies

February 10, 2017

What Made George Washington Such a Great Leader

As we celebrate President’s Day this month, let's focus on a remarkable man and a great leader, George Washington. There are clear lessons to be learned from Washington’s leadership that apply to leaders today.

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February 8, 2017

Job Scamming

Many scam artists are targeting college students looking for jobs specifically because they know we lack resources to thoroughly research a company before communicating with them and so, many of us get caught in the trap. Here are some tips to avoid being the victim of job scamming.

Adult Students

February 6, 2017

What you need to know about SARA

SARA makes Geneva’s online courses more accessible to students who live outside of Pennsylvania. By joining SARA, Geneva College shows transparency and a willingness to meet a standard of excellence in online education.

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February 3, 2017

Tips for Keeping a Healthy Heart

February is American Heart Month, so it's a great time to talk about keeping a healthy heart? Heart health is very important for people of all ages, and should not be taken lightly. Here are some simple tips to taken care of the ol' ticker.

Biblical Wisdom

February 1, 2017

A Man Who Isolates Himself...

The loner is someone who purposely holds himself aloof. Everyone else is unworthy! “People are fools.” Every proud loner needs to come to his senses, seek human companionship, and learn to listen to advice.

College Admissions

January 31, 2017

Program Spotlight: Bachelor of Professional Studies in Christian Ministry Leadership

Your faith and passion are admirable, but Christian ministry requires more than belief in the word of the Lord; to minister effectively, you'll also need in-depth Biblical knowledge and unparalleled leadership skills. Both essentials are supplied through the Christian Ministry Leadership program at Geneva College.

College Preparation

January 30, 2017

5 Keys to Building Stronger Friendships In Adulthood

Making friends usually comes pretty easy when you’re young. Making and continuing friendships can be more challenging as you grow older and go through changes. This blog will teach ways to make strong friendships in adulthood

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January 23, 2017

Useful Strategies For Sticking to Your Goals

A new year presents a new beginning and a new opportunity to chase after your most ambitious dreams. Goal setting is only natural when a new year arrives, but unfortunately, most people find it equally natural to ditch their goals after a few weeks or months. A report from the University of Scranton indicates that 92 percent of those who set New Year's resolutions fail to achieve them. With the right approach, however, you can be part of the hallowed 8 percent of people who actually achieve their resolutions.

Biblical Wisdom

January 19, 2017

Why Reflection is the Cornerstone of Spiritual Growth

Reflection is more than just skimming a morning devotional while you grab breakfast or scanning your Bible before bed. It requires deliberate and thoughtful pondering of the materials that quicken and inspire you, using a method and frequency that motivates you to be your best self.

Campus Life

January 16, 2017

The Commuter Hunt

Flitting from class to home to work, the commuter lives a life that is slightly unusual. Although they are sometimes elusive, there are ways to find these unique individuals. After you locate them, who knows what you could learn and experience? So, the hunt begins with 7 ways to distinguish the commuters on campus.

Adult Students

January 12, 2017

Aging Is in Your Future

Highly qualified aging services professionals are in high demand. Social and community service management is classified as a high priority occupation in Pennsylvania, with a projected growth of 11.5% by 2022

Campus Life

January 9, 2017

January Events You Don’t Want to Miss

Who says winter in Beaver Falls has to be depressing? Here are some great Geneva College events that will get you thinking, laughing, singing and enjoying your January and your return for the spring semester.

Faith

January 6, 2017

The Value of a Counter-Cultural Education

We find our ultimate meaning and reality in God and His magnificent creation. We are created to be near God. To use the language of Genesis, we are made in God′s Image, in His likeness. It is on this truth that we stake our counter-cultural claim that the best education is education that acknowledges this reality.

Biblical Wisdom

January 3, 2017

Better Is a Dry Morsel with Quiet...

Imagine a rich farmer whose fields produce such abundant crops that he must build bigger barns, congratulating himself on his comfortable retirement. Imagine he ends up owning the whole world! Then he suddenly dies. How will things turn out when he faces God in judgment?

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December 26, 2016

How Geneva Prepares English Majors for Success

Few academic endeavors match the satisfaction of analyzing a complicated work of literature or writing a perfectly phrased essay. In addition to delivering a personal feeling of accomplishment, these skills also translate to success in the workforce, as indicated by a recent survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, which examined the starting salaries of several different college majors.