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America Counts (AC)

America Counts is now part of the Boys and Girls Club of Geneva and their Tutor Corps. Please apply through that Collegiate Link organization for paid tutoring positions.


The ACLU Hobart and William Smith Colleges Chapter is a chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), which is an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Alternative Spring Break (ASB)

APPLY HERE: or click "Forms" link in lefthand column. Alternative Breaks are an opportunity for students to travel off campus, share service work together, and reflect on themselves and social issues.

America Reads (AR)

APPLY HERE: Or click "Forms" link in lefthand column. 1st - 5th grade literacy tutoring. This is a paid Federal Work Study job opportunity, and a volunteer opportunity.

Anime United (Anime Club)

Anime United is a club to encourage people who share a common interest in Anime, Manga, and other related works. We also encourage people who don't have prior knowledge to come join us and learn more about us!

Art History Society

The Art History Society celebrates and promotes the history of the visual arts by spreading awareness of our collectively rich cultural past, as well as the appreciation of contemporary art, throughout the campus and local community.

Arts + Design Collective

The Arts and Design Collective represents a collaboration between the previous Arts Collective Club and Architecture Society.

Asian Student Union (ASU)

The ASU provides a space to learn about Asian cultures & traditions and for students to share their experiences. Through our events, students will have the opportunity to create and taste Asian cuisine, celebrate Asian festivals and holidays, and more.

Beautiful Minds - TWLOHA (Beautiful Minds)

Our mission is to increase students awareness of mental health issues and promote a dialogue around mental health while erasing the stigma that exists in our society around mental health so that students can receive proper support and resources.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters (BBBS)

Big Brothers Big Sisters matches children ages 6 through 18 with mentors in professionally supported one-to-one relationships.

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