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Graduate Studies

April 12, 2021

7 Surprising Career Doors Opened with a Master's in Counseling

As you consider your graduate school options, you may find yourself drawn to a master's degree in counseling. This particular degree lets you dig a little deeper into the study of counseling and how to support people through their struggles. Yet, you may be wondering if investing in a counseling master's program is worth it. What can you do with a master's degree in counseling? Here is a closer look at some of the careers that could be opened to you with this particular graduate degree.

Career

April 9, 2021

Great Reasons to Be a Writing Major

Writing is one of the best choices as a college major because of the flexibility it gives you in so many different jobs and in your overall vocation. With a writing major, you can be a journalist, teacher, work in any number of public relations offices, write as a freelancer, become a blogger and have a skill that's useful in many other ways.

College Preparation

April 7, 2021

5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Early College Credits

Going to college while still in high school is an adventure. Early college is seen as a benefit to high school students because of the college credits they earn and the experience they gain from working with college. A student starting Early College for the first time could use these five, firsthand tips tips to get the most out of the experience.

Biblical Wisdom

April 6, 2021

Whoever Hates Disguises Himself

The Book of Proverbs has no use for the gullible, viewing them as willful fools. Even when everyone else can see a hateful, deceitful person for what he is, the gullible choose to believe gracious words.

Biblical Wisdom

April 1, 2021

Justification by Grace Alone through Faith Alone

At Easter, a good question to ask is, "How are people saved?" This should be a question that Christians can easily answer, and indeed most can. However, sometimes Christians are less knowledgeable about the doctrine of justification and its important distinctions than perhaps they should be.

Graduate Studies

March 29, 2021

5 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Professionals Are in Demand (And Why That Won't Change)

Career options in tech are abundant, but one unique aspect of tech that is worth considering is cybersecurity. Is cybersecurity in demand, and is there a demand for professionals trained in this field?

Everyday Living

March 25, 2021

Equipped to Serve in Community

Geneva graduates are equipped to serve in many ways, not the least of which is in their own communities and communities where they find themselves. Here are the stories of three alumnae who have found a way to serve in their callings within a community that needs God's servants.

College Preparation

March 23, 2021

7 Things to Consider if You’re Thinking About Changing Your Major

When you first chose your college major, you might not have been sure about what kind of career you wanted. Keep in mind that you’re not necessarily stuck with the major you originally picked. You might find that a different course of study seems more appealing or that your career goals have changed. You might also discover that your skills are better suited for a different career path.

Campus Life

March 18, 2021

10 Reasons Why Being an RA Is a Great College Experience

When you’re in college, you might have the opportunity to become a Residence Assistance (RA). This involves living in a residence hall and being responsible for creating a welcoming and supportive environment for students.

Everyday Living

March 17, 2021

How Do I Get It All Done?

The answer to many problems boils down to structure and management. Students need to be able to manage their time in an efficient manner. Let’s look at areas that require some planning to help students succeed in their academic pursuits: study time, the use of email, social media, and downtime.

Program Spotlight

March 15, 2021

Where Can Your Degree in Public Relations Take You? Here Are 10 Careers to Consider

As you are working on your degree in public relations, you will realize that this field is a unique blend of marketing and communications. Nearly every type of company—regardless of its size or its niche industry—needs a public relations expert on the team.

College Admissions

March 10, 2021

Noyce Grant for Pre-service K-12 STEM Educators

To encourage students to enter STEM education, Geneva is offering the Noyce Grant. The purpose of this grant is to provide students with financial assistance and stability during their pursuit of their STEM degree. The hope is to open students' minds to the possibility of using their STEM degree to teach in the K-12 grades in their future careers.

Faith

March 8, 2021

Pandemic Service Opportunities

In times of disaster, helping others may be inconvenient but needed. Unfortunately, the additional social distancing restrictions and health code requirements of COVID has made helping difficult, but not impossible. Finding opportunities to serve other people during these strange times just requires us to be a bit more creative.

Biblical Wisdom

March 5, 2021

Lessons for Leaders from Cain and Abel

How should leaders deal with difficult situations in difficult times? Geneva College’s John Gallo and Jenna Bieber provide a guidebook for leaders. "Lessons from Cain and Abel to Guide Leaders Through Turbulent Times" walks readers through the account of Cain and Abel to teach leaders the importance of justice, mercy, harmony and equality.

Program Spotlight

March 3, 2021

100 Years of Engineering at Geneva College

From two-year surveying course of study to ABET-accredited, nationally ranked program, Geneva engineering is one of Geneva’s vocational education success stories. In this 100th year, Geneva engineering remains an example of academic rigor, collaborative and experiential learning, engagement with industry, and application of Christian principles to a technological, scientific field of study.

Biblical Wisdom

March 1, 2021

Like a Muddied Spring or a Polluted Fountain

When wisdom, truth, and love demand that good men show courage, their failure to stand firm makes them no more useful than a muddied spring or a polluted fountain. They promise life-sustaining water, but when put to the test, they fail.

Graduate Studies

February 24, 2021

Think Outside the Box: 10 Exciting Jobs Outside of Business for MBA Graduates

A Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree can open a lot of doors in terms of a career. However, you might not realize that MBA graduates don’t necessarily have to look for jobs in traditional business roles. In fact, there are many exciting types of careers available for those who have this degree. Learn more about some of the rewarding careers to consider outside of business.

Biblical Wisdom

February 22, 2021

Just Mercy

When someone shows us mercy, they are not giving us the punishment that we deserve.  Jesus models this action for us in multiple ways. The importance of the exhibition of mercy by Christians is displayed throughout the New Testament, and there are many ways for us to show mercy daily.

Everyday Living

February 19, 2021

Flexible and Fun: Check Out the 7 Best Jobs for College Students

As a college student, your primary responsibility is your studies. Yet, you also need income to help pay for your studies and some of the fun you want to have while in school. So, what are the best jobs for college students? The key is to find a job that pays fairly well but gives you the flexibility you need to keep going with your studies.

Campus Life

February 17, 2021

Best Technological Study Partners: 5+ Study Apps Every College Student Should Use

Technology has changed the way we live our lives, so it should come as no surprise that it offers aid for college students who want to make better grades—via apps. Yep, there’s an app for that. Apps that organize your life, take and organize notes, brainstorm for new ideas and so much more.