The Cambridge Public School District pledges to educate its 7,400 students (PreK to Grade 12) with “rigorous, joyful, and culturally responsive learning and personalized support” to result in “postsecondary success and engaged community members.”
When you volunteer with Cambridge School Volunteers, Inc. (CSV) a nonprofit partner of the public schools, you’re bringing that vision to life, whether for an individual student, a small group, or a classroom. The impact you have on student success is high due to the structure, supervision, and training CSV staff provide and to our close collaboration with teachers.
Through CSV’s more than fifty years serving Cambridge kids in all grades, in partnership with the district, we know that the power of relationship is key—that your caring and commitment can have a significant effect on a child’s academic trajectory. We ask for a one-semester minimum commitment from volunteers, for at least one hour per week (many give 1.5–2 hours or more). We have one-to-one, small group, and classroom roles for volunteers. Our greatest need is for one-to-one tutors and mentors.
Schedule for Tutoring with Cambridge School Volunteers
•High School 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. or 2:45–3:45 p.m, weekdays
•Middle (Upper) Schools 3:00-4:30 Tuesdays, Wednesdays (especially), or Thursdays
Please contact us at email@example.com for information about schedules, orientations, or information about specific programs, including Science Olympiad, College & Career Mentor Program, Early Literacy Program Intergenerational Math Program, and Art & Science in One Program.
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Call us: (617) 349-6794
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