Category Archives: News from the Mill

SATURDAYS – Summer Intern’s, Student Mentoring Car Wash

car-washSaturday’s at GiftsToGive

Upper Parking Lot, 9am-2pm
1 Titleist Drive in Acushnet
(Directions here)

What better way to spend ten dollars and help local High School and Middle school student interns help offset some of their upcoming costs for their enrichment field trips!

If for some reason, your car is always “spotless”,  please consider purchasing some on-line (below) “NO-SHOW” tickets to help build their Field Trip Fund.

Student to Student Tutoring

Link to Registration page

(For Tutors and Parents)

DOWNLOAD FLYER

Listening to Reshma!

“We’re raising our girls to be perfect, and we’re raising our boys to be brave”, says Reshma Saujani, the founder of Girls Who Code.

Sajama has taken up the charge to socialize young girls to take risks and learn to program — two skills they need to move society forward. “To truly innovate, we cannot leave behind half of our population, she says. “I need each of you to tell every young woman you know to be comfortable with imperfection.”

Listening to Wendy – A student’s perspective on service.

GiftsToGive_September22-2015_Tabor_ 038-1920x1079Tabor Academy student Wendy Liu accepted the assignment of reporting back on her group’s volunteer experience yesterday. Here is what she had to say – “September 22 may be another mundane Tuesday for most students, but not for those at Tabor. Today was our Service Day which takes place every semester; students and faculty members volunteer in various places, one of which is GiftsToGive.

Some from Tabor have been to GiftsToGive multiple times, while others stepped into the factory for the first time today. Caitlin, a junior to Tabor, is new to this activity. Today she sorted clothes for adults and kids. She recounts that the most difficult part of the job was to decide what to re-cycle because she wanted to “keep everything.” In addition, the day at GiftsToGive has been influential, for she believes that their Directors’ empowering speech makes people “reevaluate [their] circumstance[s]” and rethink how fortunate they are.