MIRI GOLUB is a senior at the Northwest Yeshiva High School and a resident of Bellevue, Washington. She has organized and participated in numerous activities and events to benefit local and international efforts, including Peace on the Street / Kids on the Street, Darfur relief, homeless shelters, Martin Luther King Day, Eat for Israel, global warming, modern-day slavery, and two food drives. She developed and implemented strategies for increasing student awareness of humanitarian issues as well as involvement in local community service projects. Last summer, Miri interned at the Anti- Defamation League where she observed board meetings, and assisted in the planning and organization of the annual luncheon event. In addition, she spearheaded the “Eat for Darfur” project to raise funds for Doctors without Borders, benefiting victims in Darfur, Sudan. Miri recently won a start-up grant from Youth Venture, a social entrepreneurship foundation, to launch a city-wide, interfaith youth organization called From Faith to Faith. This organization connects adolescents of various religious backgrounds to facilitate dialogue, community service, respect, acceptance, and shared values. Miri hopes to continue her involvement in worthy causes next year at Bates College.
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