Areas of Interest

Areas of Interest

Community Development

Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) is a private, non-sectarian, charitable organization that depends almost entirely on the help of dedicated volunteers and generous financial support from individuals, churches, local businesses and community organizations.

Rescue Mission Of Trenton

The Rescue Mission of Trenton, New Jersey, is the agency in the City of Trenton that serves the truly needy men and women who have no place to turn for shelter, food, and clothing. The Mission provides a safe, clean, warm refuge for the homeless, the hungry, the transient, and the addicted.

Hillel at Drexel University

Whether you are interested in getting involved in celebrating shabbat and holidays, pursuing social action projects through Hillel’s tzedek initiatives, developing leadership skills through internships and leadership retreats, exploring your spirituality, traveling to Israel, or engaging your Jewish story in another way, Drexel Hillel is there to take the journey with you.


Drexel University's LeBow College of Business

The University was founded in 1891 by Philadelphia financier and philanthropist Anthony J. Drexel as the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry, providing educational opportunities in the "practical arts and sciences" for women and men from all walks of life. As society's need for technically proficient leaders grew, so did Mr. Drexel's institution, becoming Drexel Institute of Technology in 1936, and then Drexel University in 1970. In 1998, Drexel expanded its academic scope by accepting an invitation from Tenet Healthcare Corporation to operate MCP Hahnemann University (MCPHU), an institution with a long history of excellence in health sciences education.

Princeton Day School

Princeton Day School is a place where boys and girls from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 are challenged and encouraged to develop into confident, thoughtful young adults.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

UW–Madison offers instruction in more than 100 fields, with more than 4,200 course listings. Learning takes place in a variety of settings — from traditional classrooms, to undergraduate research opportunities, to service-learning experiences in the community. Additional opportunities for growth range from 600 student organizations to unique residential learning communities.

Northeast High School, Philadelphia

Northeast High School seeks to empower students to embrace learning as a lifelong process. Northeast High School’s ultimate goal is for their students to become empathetic leaders within their families, communities, and the world.