Geneseo GOLD

The Geneseo Opportunities for Leadership Development program seeks to prepare students for leadership roles and responsibilities in service to the college and the global community. Our mission is accomplished through education, development, and training of students in an extensive series of personal development programs, institutes, leadership certificates, service learning, volunteer work, and active engagement in college and community life.

Geneseo’s Women in Leadership Conference 2014


Geneseo is gorgeous, spring edition 

Photos by Keith Walters ‘11

WORKSHOP: Apartment Maintenance/Code Enforcement

14147 - Apartment Maintenance/Code Enforcement [LRW] (Bronze)

Monday, April 14, 2014, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Do you know the local codes and regulations about apartment maintenance and fire safety? What should you do if something breaks and your landlord hasn’t fixed it? What can you do to ensure that your apartment is a safe environment in which to live? Come hear from experts about the ins and outs of property safety and how to best communicate with your landlord if an issue arises.

WORKSHOP: Getting Ready for the Real World

Getting Ready for the Real World (Emerald)

Tuesday, April 15, 2014, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm


Has preparing for the leap from college to work been on your mind? Then plan on attending this action packed hour where you’ll be exposed to pertinent information on: dressing for success; professionalism in the workplace; effectively communicating across generations; how to stand out in the workplace; and volunteerism and career opportunities.


Meet a Mentor: ASHLEY JONES

Ashely is a junior Accounting major from Endwell, NY. In addition to being a GOLD Mentor, she serves a Resident Assistant for Onondaga Hall, an Event Coordinator for the Society for Women in Business, a tour guide and a member of the Accounting Society.


Fun fact about Ashley: She interned with a state senator this summer.
Favorite Leadership Quote:
 ”We are what we repeatedly do, excellence therefore is not an act but a habit.” (Aristotle)

WORKSHOP: Safe Zone Training

14145 - Safe Zone Training [HBHM] (Silver) or (Opal)

Thursday, April 10, 2014, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

This program is designed to develop a deeper awareness of and comfort level with sexual diversity, along with ways individuals can be supportive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) individuals. Personal ideas and assumptions related to GLBT topics will be addressed in an interactive format with ideas and reactions being openly discussed, along with ways to address sexual oppression.