VOLUNTEER at an exciting new opportunity at E3 Academy in North Adams, MA. The E3 Academy is a program of Drury High School located in the North Adams Armory. A competency-based program, it is designed for students who are over-age and under-credited and at risk of dropping out (or who may already have dropped out). Our 12 students range in age from 17 to 20. The two teachers (Humanities and STEM) work with the school counselor (SEL) to develop service-learning projects through which the students have opportunities to achieve many of their competencies.
1 Project Based Learning. We are looking for Williams students interested in working on a project that incorporates engineering, design or coding. We can be very flexible as we develop a project that both meets our needs (in terms of competencies) and makes the best use of Williams’ strengths and interests.
Time Commitment: One day per week at E3 (day TBD). Leave Williams at 12:00 (ish) PM and return to campus by 2:45 PM.
2. Gym Mentors. We are looking for Williams students to help out with gym period (11 am-12 pm) to develop interesting activities to engage students in physical activity. Gym occurs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and Williams students can help out when available. Note: MUST have drivers license to drive a college, zip or own car.
Time Commitment:1-2 hrs per week. Leave Williams at 10:40 am and arrive back to campus by 12:15 pm.
Abby Reifsnyder, LICSW, School Adjustment Counselor
Kaatje White, Assistant Director of High School Outreach, Center for Learning in Action, Williams College
Bilal Ansari, Associate Director, The Davis Center, Williams College
Transportation and other logistical support provided by CLiA.
Please Apply and we will be back in touch to arrange a time to meet.
Thanks so much!! Questions, contact Kaatje White or Bilal Ansari