Achim, or 'Brothers' in Hebrew, was founded in January 2010 by a group of Jewish men at Dickinson College. We aim to foster a brotherhood among inclined male students at Dickinson College of Jewish faith; to serve as a support mechanism for the same; to add to the vivacity and strength of Jewish Life on campus, especially for members of our organization; to serve, in name and in action, as honourable representatives of the Jewish people; and to encourage vigorous participation in social and philanthropic activities in both the Dickinson and Carlisle communities. Our members come from around the nation and around the world, including students from Switzerland, Uruguay, Israel and more!
If you would like to get in contact with us, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
President: Greg Lawrence '15
Vice President: Mike Borkowski '15
Exchequer: Ryan Protter '16
Scribe: Matt Von Ende '15
Brother at Large: Kyle Liss '16
We will be leading services throughout the semester at the Asbell Center!
We will be holding monthly open dinners for new members. Dates will be announced!
We will be having monthly social events for members, such as Laser Tag, Bowling, and much more!
We held a philanthropy event with Delta Sigma Phi and raised money for Save a Child's Heart Foundation.
We led Shabbat Services at the Asbell Center on 26 October.
We co-hosted Speed Dating with Hillel on 19 September.
We had another great turn out for the Sukkah 'building' at the Asbell Center!
We have raised money and support for Dickinson College's Relay for Life, held Friday 30 March in the Kline Center.
We held a post-Relay barbeque on the lawn of the Asbell Center on Sunday 01 April. See pictures below!
We hosted a Shabbat service on 13 April with the Chabad of Harrisburg.
We are currently planning Pesach programming with the Asbell Center
We had a great turn out for the 'building' of the Sukkah at the Asbell Center, see pictures below!
We held a barbeque fundraiser on Morgan Field to raise funds for the Save a Child's Heart foundation!
We are, without end, selling bracelets for the Save a Child's Heart Foundation. If you wish to purchase one ($2 per bracelet, and all profits go to the foundation), speak to one of our members.
We cosponsored a Hanukkah party with Hillel, and it was a resounding success! Rabbi Shmuel Pewzner of the Chabad of Harrisburg brought us a six-foot-tall electric menorah, which we lit in a special ceremony. Then we joined a diverse group of students
We held a festive Purim meal, led by Rabbi Mendy Pewzner of Harrisburg PA. Rabbi Pewzner read the traditional scroll, the Megillah, detailing the story of the holiday.