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BART Charter School‘s innovative afterschool program in Adams needs Williams students to tutor middle and high school students in Math or Language Arts. Tutoring takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays, from 3:00-4:30pm or 3:00-6:00pm (total time including travel). Transportation assistance will be provided if needed, with a preference for students to have their own vehicles
Student Liaison: Isha Singh ([email protected]) Williams at Berkshire Farm Center (WBFC) works with at-risk youth both on and off campus. These youth come from Berkshire Farm Center (BFC), a residential treatment center in Canaan, NY. They are males ages 12-18 who have committed some sort of minor infraction and have been court-ordered to stay at
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.
Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts (GSCWM) impacts over 12,000 girls and supports over 5,000 adult members in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Worcester and a portion of Middlesex counties. In Girl Scouts, we believe every girl can become a leader. Membership in Girl Scouts is open to girls in grades K-12; women and men over 18
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: Julia Yarak ’18 ([email protected]), Justin Sardo ’18 ([email protected]) and Kathryn Cunningham ’18 ([email protected]) The Mohawk Forest program takes Williams students most weekday afternoons (3-5pm) to Mohawk Forest, an affordable housing community in North Adams. At the Mohawk Forest Community Center, we help children on their homework, play games, make crafts, and serve as mentors for
Student Leaders: Emily Roach ([email protected]), Anna Pomper ([email protected]), Scott Shelton ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Meg Bossong ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Sun 7:15pm, Hardy House The Williams College Rape and Sexual Assault Network (RASAN) is a closed group of trained individuals available to serve the community on issues surrounding rape, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence. RASAN is a student-run 24/7
Student Leaders: Gabriella Kallas ([email protected]), Zoe Taylor ([email protected]) Board Members: Phoebe Hall ([email protected]), Sarah Fleming ([email protected]), Ben Metrikin ([email protected]), Ryan Buggy ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Donna Denelli-Hess ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Sundays 3pm, Schapiro 129 SWAG strives to introduce topics of consent and healthy relationships to local middle school and high school students. The group does this through workshops with students as
Student Leader: Anna Deloi ([email protected]), James Sawyers ([email protected]), Andrew Lyness ([email protected]), Wilfred Lee ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Ferentz Lafargue ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Mondays 6pm, Paresky 207 Student’s for Education Reform is an organization that is committed to improving the state of education in the United States. We advocate at the state, local, and national levels, pushing for positive
The Mount is a National Historic Landmark and cultural center that celebrates the literary, artistic, and humanitarian legacies of Edith Wharton. Additional Information & Current Opportunities: learning-in-action.williams.edu/opportunities/the-mount
The Nutrition Center‘s mission is to inspire a healthy relationship with food through counseling, nutrition, and culinary education. Additional Information & Current Opportunities: learning-in-action.williams.edu/opportunities/the-nutrition-center
The mission of Timberlawn Elementary School is to teach and learn with purpose, passion, and perseverance. We will achieve our mission by working together to ensure that every Timberlawn Bulldog excels academically, socially and emotionally. Students recite the Timberlawn Mission Statement at the beginning of each school day. Timberlawn Elementary School is one of 38
We join with families in a community where children’s ideas and the wonder of childhood inspire our common learning. We offer safe, nurturing care that supports play, learning, and the work of children while recognizing the strengths, diversity, and uniqueness of all who learn and teach here. Our teachers foster multiple ways of learning and
Paid and volunteer work teaching hands-on science lessons and tutoring reading and math in local elementary schools. Teaching for course credit is also possible. Over 250 students participated in this work in 2014-2015. For more information and current opportunities, visit learning-in-action.williams.edu/elementary-outreach.
Student Leader: Caroline Atwood ([email protected]), Josh Morrison ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Mike Evans ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Mondays 5:45pm, Driscoll We are a group of students who love gardening and farming and hope to teach the rest of the campus about it too! We run and organize Parsons Garden and the Presidential Garden, as well as ten other beds
Williamstown Community Preschool serves the needs of toddler, preschool, and school-age children and their families. From age 15 months to 12 years, children find a safe, caring environment at WCP where they can grow, learn, and thrive. WCP offers a rich, developmentally appropriate learning environment that focuses on child-centered, child-directed activities. The WCP staff seeks to create opportunities