Liaison: Denise Krutiak ([email protected]) The Interfaith Food Pantry in downtown North Adams is open Wednesdays from 11am to 2pm, and then later on Wednesdays from 4pm on.
2013-2014 Group Head: Ivan Badinski, [email protected] Williams Habitat organizes bi-weekly trips to Habitat for Humanity project sites in the Berkshires. Student volunteers provide help with the construction of low-income housing for residents of the area. Given the general lack of affordable housing in the surrounding region and the severe shortage of volunteer labor for these sites,
The Williams Center at Mt. Greylock, a partnership between Mt. Greylock Middle and High School and Williams, provides volunteer, work study and course fieldwork opportunities in and outside the school’s curriculum in the areas of homework help, writing, special skills, math, science, foreign languages, technology and the arts. For more information and current opportunities, visit learning-in-action.williams.edu/high-school-outreach.
Student Leaders: Christine Pash ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Rick Spalding ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Sundays 2-3 PM, Thompson Chapel; Mondays 6-7 PM, TBD InterFaith brings together individuals and student groups from a variety of faith/non-faith backgrounds. We fulfill this mission by hosting both weekly dinner discussions and larger events. We connect our more theoretical work with concrete action through community
The MS Support Foundation provides education, support and resources for those individuals affected by Multiple Sclerosis as well as families and healthcare providers who are dedicated to improving the lives of those afflicted. Additional Information & Current Opportunities: learning-in-action.williams.edu/opportunities/ms-support-foundation/
Student Leaders: Alexandra Griffin ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Sarah Gardner ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Open hours twice per week, Bike Shop (Mark Hopkins) The Purple Bike Coalition (PBC) is Williams College’s free bike service organization, based out of the bike shop on the ground floor of Mark Hopkins. Run and staffed by students, we offer free bike repair and rental
Student Leaders: Jenny Wheeler ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Meg Bossong ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Sunday 7-9:30 PM, Hardy House The Williams College Rape and Sexual Assault Network seeks to support all survivors and those affected by the entire spectrum of sexually violent behavior, including but not limited to sexual assault, dating violence, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual
Student Leaders: Tamar Aizenberg ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Seth Wax Meeting Time/Place: Wednesdays at 9 PM, Jewish Religion Center The Williams College Jewish Association (WCJA) aims to serve the Jewish population, as well as the larger community, at the College. WCJA’s main event is a weekly Shabbat dinner, which is always student-cooked, free, and open to all students.
Student Leaders: Faculty/Staff Adviser: Scott Lewis ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Trips and events occur throughout the semester WOC offers a wide variety of events, trips, and activities throughout the year, including regular sunrise hikes, polar bear swims, campouts, indoor climbing, and PE classes as well as many longer trips and other activities. Special events every year include Mountain