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Student Volunteerism and Community Engagement

The Office of Student Volunteerism and Community Engagement provides opportunities for student learning and development through civic and community programming and engagement.

We support service and volunteerism across the campus, in the local community, in the Rochester / Buffalo region, and throughout the United States. We foster relationships between SUNY Geneseo and the community, increase awareness and of society's needs, and work to address pressing issues through volunteerism and service.

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Looking for ways to connect and serve? Use the online Engage Geneseo request form to submit your interests and availability and we'll provide you with opportunities that meet your needs. You can find an internship, volunteer at a one time event, or establish a long term service experience - you tell us what you are looking for and we'll match you with a great opportunity!


Panel Discussion: The January 6 Insurrection and Trumpism: American Democracy Under Stress

On Wednesday February 3, 2021 the office of student volunteerism and community engagement partnered with the Political Science department to present a panel discussion presenting four College community members' perspectives on the January 6th riot and insurrection at the Capitol. The panelists were:

Michaelena Ferraro - Childhood/Special Education Major, English Concentration '21
    President of the Black Student Union at SUNY Geneseo 
    Chief Justice of the Student Court at SUNY Geneseo
Jeffrey Koch - Professor and Chair of Political Science
Kathleen Mapes - Associate Professor of History
Karleen West - Associate Professor of Political Science

 

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Student Volunteerism & Community Engagement
Garth Freeman, Coordinator 
Center for Community
College Union 353A 
Email: freemang@geneseo.edu
vc@geneseo.edu 
Phone: 585-245-5893
Fax: 585 245-5729

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