Tikkun Olam (Repair of the World) is responsible for programs involving chesed (acts of loving kindness). This committee is responsible for planning, promoting, executing, and evaluating programs that involve on and off campus education, fundraising, advocacy, community organizing, and direct service to address issues of peace, justice, hunger, homelessness, and the environment, and other social justice issues. Such programs would include outside speakers, organizing alternative spring break trips, Tzedek projects, educating local youth, and other events relating to social justices that are current or that our committee is passionate about. TO also facilitates our weekly trips to the Worcester Community Fridge near campus, as well as partners with the AME Zion Church in Main South to hand out food.
Leah Coen-Tarbox, ’23
Major: Community, Youth, & Education Studies
Fun Fact: I’m a Jew born on Christmas!
Molly Kessler, ’24
Fun Fact: I love The Muppets!
Arielle Silver, ’25
Fun Fact: I love listening to the radio!
Jadyn Becker, ’25
Fun Fact: I’ve done ballet since I was two years old!