The Friends of Milne Library works with library staff and the Board of Trustees to foster community awareness and support library needs. In order to help raise funds for the library, the Friends organize an annual used book sale, the proceeds of which go towards library needs. Additional Information & Current Opportunities: learning-in-action.williams.edu/opportunities/friends-of-milne-library
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
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
Student Leaders: Anastasia Tishena ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Barbara Fuller Meeting Time/Place: Biweekly Williams Medical Corps organizes public health events and health training for the Williams community. These include the annual health fair for students and faculty, as well as inviting healthcare related professionals for free seminars, and training such as EMT-Basic, First Aid, and CPR. Medical Corps
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: 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: Austin Vo ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Sandra Burton Meeting Time/Place: Mon-Sat Sankofa is the step team. We are student led and perform multiple times during the school year. We are a part of the dance department.
Student Leaders: Darice Caldwell ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Donna Denelli-Hess ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Thursdays at 7PM, Griffin 1 SWAN 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 well as through creating relationships with administrators and teachers to create consent-promoting initiatives.
Student Leader: James Sawyers ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Shawna Patterson-Stephens Meeting Time/Place: Weekly, 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 legislative change and raising awareness for important educational issues. At
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
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
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
Student Leader: Sumun Iyer ([email protected]) Faculty/Staff Adviser: Mike Evans ([email protected]) Meeting Time/Place: Sundays 2PM, Parsons Garden The Williams Sustainable Growers runs the 3 vegetable gardens on campus and distributes the harvest amongst members as well as donating to WRAPS. The group also aims to educate the Williams community about the value of sustainable agriculture in theory and