BARCC Walk for Change: Peer Advocates and Maire Keene
Olin and Babson are teaming up to register a team for the annual BARCC Walk for Change on Sunday, April 10th. Hop on a bus we’ll be organizing on Sunday morning with your friends and come join some 2000 allies who want to end sexual violence one step at a time. If interested, contact Maire Keene at firstname.lastname@example.org. All student registration fees will be covered by SERV.
The Daily Table: Service Activity Leadership by Emily Yeh
Want to help feed the low-income families? Volunteer at Daily Table in Dorchester! Daily Table is a nonprofit organization that sells affordable and healthy foods to people with low incomes. Volunteering times are flexible and transportation will be provided, courtesy of SERV! If you’re interested, please contact Emily Yeh!
Youth CITIES: Andrew Holmes
Andrew Holmes will be volunteering with Youth CITIES March-to-May Bootcamp on Saturdays from March 3rd to May 7th from 9am to Noon. He will be mentoring student participants in starting a venture, analyzing impact in the community, and determining how to make it financially sustainable while driving local change.
eDisco:Led by Mary Martin, Doyoung Lee, Shreya Rangarajan, Adam Coppola, Annabel Consilvio
So far this semester eDisco has been focusing on revitalizing our club and getting more members involved. We have worked with Scofield school to run multiple workshops and are working on planning activities for the rest of the semester. If you want to participate or have ideas for lessons then join the mailing list or contact any of the leaders.
The Food Recovery Network: Led by Mackenzie Frackleton with GROW
The FNR is continuing to recover food from the dining hall! The Olin group is looking for more drivers who are willing to help drive food to the Salvation Army of Framingham (35 Concord Street, Framingham, MA). Please contact Issac Vandor if you are interested!
Big Brother Big Sister College Campus Program: Olin and Babson College
Max Wei and Justin Kunimune have been continuing to meet once every 1-2 weeks. The first outing of the semester was to the Gallivan Housing Development, where all of the Littles live. Since then, theywe have been meeting at Babson as usual except for recently, when they took a field trip to go ice skating in the Boston Common.