community service

Positive Pathways

A detail photograph of a student inmate's hands at the Berkshire County House of Corrections, where Williams students are tutoring inmates who are about to be released and are taking a high school equivalency exam called HiSET.

A partnership between the Williams College Center for Learning in Action (CLiA) and the Berkshire County House of Corrections offers tutoring in writing, reading and math to inmates planning to take the HiSET, a high school equivalency exam, in preparation for their upcoming release. The Positive Pathways Partnership (P3) is… Continue reading »

A Great Day of Service

Ten dozen donuts and bagels, 100 granola bars, 5 boxes of coffee, 150 bag lunches, and 150 T-shirts. That’s what it took to fuel 150 Williams students who fanned out across 14 nearby schools, churches, and nonprofit organizations for this year’s Great Day of Service in April.   The women’s… Continue reading »

Spring Break: Broadening Horizons

Williams students spent spring break working in clinics in Nicaragua.

During spring break, Williams students scatter to the four winds. Some train with their teams or tour with performance groups. Others pursue academic research. But for a large number of students, spring break is a time to learn about and serve in communities as diverse as New Orleans, Nicaragua, and… Continue reading »