Want to help a CRLS student succeed?
High school tutors needed! We have a list of students asking for tutoring, and we particularly need tutors who can support students in mathematics (algebra, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, pre-calculus or calculus) or science (especially physics and chemistry). Do you have 1-2 hours per week to come assist a student? Come join us at a high school orientation to learn more about the Tutoring Center,
New Learning Center volunteers wanted
Would you like to help a 12-year-old who is struggling a bit in school? Join us for a 9:30 AM volunteer orientation on Thursday, October 26 to learn about tutoring in Learning Centers. We ask that Learning Center volunteers commit to one day per week, 3:00-4:30, either Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, for at least one semester (ideally the whole school year). We provide staffing,
NetPals honored at statewide conference
Left to right: Helene Horan Winn, MSA Board Member/Senior Community Relations Specialist, The TJX Companies; Jennifer Fries, Executive Director of Cambridge School Volunteers; and Emily Haber, CEO, MSA, at the awards ceremony, June 12, 2017, Framingham. Photo credit: Melissa Ostrow On Monday June 12, 2017, the Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA) presented CSV with its 2017 Massachusetts Service and Volunteerism Awardee for “Working Together/Outstanding Collaboration