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Affiliated Student Organizations

Tufts students

Tisch College plays an important role promoting and facilitating community service, political participation, and other forms of civic engagement at Tufts University. Much of that work is carried out by students, both individually and, especially, through myriad student organizations on all Tufts campuses that advance Jumbos’ participation in civic life.

We are proud to have an especially close relationship with several of these student groups which we consider Tisch College affiliated organizations, and to which we offer various forms of support.

Learn more about these student organizations:

Andrew Goodman Foundation / Vote Everywhere – Tufts Chapter

The Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) works with America's colleges and universities to provide resources, visibility, and mentoring to a national network of students who are committed to engaging their peers in participatory democracy through long-term voter engagement, public policy and social justice initiatives. It strives to amplify young voices by showcasing young activists and leaders. Learn more

Tufts CIVIC

Cooperation and Innovation in Citizenship (CIVIC) works to engage undergraduate students with each other in conversations about policy, current events, and the fundamental principles that drive American democracy. Since its founding at Tufts University in 2015, CIVIC has worked to ensure that it remains a safe but challenging environment in which students must consider their opinions and articulate their thoughts to a wider audience. As Tufts’ only multi-partisan community, CIVIC has become an outlet for many students to engage in weekly political discussions, learn civic-action skills, and develop friendships with those across the political spectrum. Learn more

JumboCode

JumboCode is a student-run Tufts University club that designs and builds apps and websites for non-profits and charities, free of charge. It strives to offer these services to the organizations that need them most while providing a platform for Tufts undergraduates to gain a practical, first-hand software development experience. Learn more

Tisch Council for Philanthropic Leadership

The Tufts Council for Philanthropic Leadership focuses on creating opportunities to empower the leaders of tomorrow by functioning as a foundation board that allocates funding to non-profits in Tufts' surrounding communities. The organization also organizes service projects, coordinates a philanthropic leadership speaker series, and promotes conversations about the social sector. Learn more

Strong Women Strong Girls

The mission of Strong Women, Strong Girls is to utilize the lessons learned from strong women throughout history to encourage girls and young women to become strong women themselves. By building communities of women committed to supporting positive social change, Strong Women, Strong Girls works to create cycles of mutual empowerment for women and girls. Learn more
 

SYNS

SYNS membersSYNS is a student group that meets once week and is committted to listening, questioning, and reflecting together to engage with expansive and meaningful ideas in a community of Tufts students with diverse intellectual pursuits. SYNS also produces a yearly publication on a variety of topics for the Tufts community. SYNS is looking for new members for AY 20-21! *NEW* Deadline to submit an application is April 10.

Current members include: 

  • Jon Adams '20 
  • Madeleine Clarke '20 (Executive Board Member) 
  • Grace Fabrycky '20
  • Nasrin Lin '20
  • Olivia Ng '20
  • Liesl Jenkins '21
  • Mrugank Bhusari '21
  • Jessie Lan '21 (Publication Team)
  • Myisha Majumder '21 (Executive Board Member)
  • Madison Reid '21 (Publication Team)
  • Ethan Resek '21 (Publication Team and Executive Board Member)
  • Andres Borjas '22
  • Leanne Loo '22 (Executive Board Member and Recruitment Chair) 
  • Anton Shnek '22
  • Leila Skinner '22