In partnership with Tiger Pause Youth Ministries, Geneva students have volunteered to tutor within the Beaver Falls community for nearly twenty years. Students currently serve in three locations: Central Elementary School, the Tiger Pause building located across the street from the Beaver Falls Middle School, and the Morado Dwellings housing plan. The purpose of these programs is to share the love of Christ while providing children with a solid academic foundation for life.
Many students are also involved in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. In an effort to encourage involvement Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County brings “littles”’ to campus one night a week and works with the College to provide social opportunities for “bigs” and their “littles” here on campus.
In the past four years, on average, 90% of Geneva students are working or in grad school within six months after graduation.