Power in numbersThree Schools Committee aims to become ‘organizational force’
“The TSC has in the past been responsible for organizing a winter social event and warm clothing drive on campus, but there is even more that we can be doing as an institution, both socially and through service,” said Brian Quattrochi, GSBS student and TSC representative. “Our vision for the coming year is to set the tone for the future of the TSC as a powerful organizational force on campus.”
Three Schools Committee representativesAlison Casserly (SOM) Michelle Dubuke (GSBS) Susan Hernandez (GSN) Nicole Peace (GSN)Brian Quattrochi (GSBS) Sean Smirnov (SOM)
The Nov. 18 event will also serve as the kick-off to the annual Three Schools Committee warm clothing drive, an annual tradition that benefits Abby’s House. GSBS Cares will also have collection bins for its Thanksgiving Food Drive, which concludes on Nov. 28.
“While community service is one of the central components of the TSC’s mission, we’d like to emphasize that we want as many students and faculty as possible to come to our November 18 event, whether or not they are interested in community service,” said Quattrochi. “As an institution, we can only work together if we understand and interact with each other regularly, and so the first step has to be a meeting and making of friends.” For additional information, send an email to Brian Quattrochi at email@example.com.
Related link on UMassMedNow: GSBS Cares continues yearly tradition of feeding the community Clothing drive to benefit Abby’s House begins Jan. 3