pro bono

This Thursday, A Night to Usher in Spring in Cambridge

Is spring for real? We’re glad you won’t need your Arctic gear this Thursday evening when we welcome you to Kendall Square for CSV Now! If you haven’t been before to our annual fundraiser—that’s okay, we’re putting on something a little bit different this year. Of course, your ticket price, silent auction bids, and raffle tickets still support our infrastructure for finding, screening, matching and

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Community Consulting Team providing pro bono support

Cambridge School Volunteers is pleased to announce that we were selected to work with a team of pro bono management consultants from Community Consulting Team to improve and modernize our recruitment methods. CCT’s team of consultants are alumni of leading business schools around the country, and they are bringing their MBA talents to support projects within several Massachusetts nonprofits, including CSV. The goal of

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Q&A with Lee Hershey – CSV’s Inaugural Social Media Intern

CSV has been lucky to have the help of Lee Hershey, a volunteer who stepped forward to launch our blog and social media campaign this past year.  Now that Lee is moving on to new projects, we thought it was time to profile the voice behind our tweets, posts, and blogging.  We are sorry to see Lee go, but we are grateful for all

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FY12 annual report

Our annual report is ready to share. Last year, 830 volunteers gave 51,851 hours of tutoring, college planning and essay writing, and individualized support to students in the Cambridge Public Schools. With an operating budget of less than $400,000, CSV provided an estimated $2,592,550 of services to CPS in 2012. With your help, we can continue to add meaningful educational value to the youth

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CSV Welcomes Two New Board Members

Above, new board member Charles Wyzanski and his daughter Tamara (CRLS class of 2005) Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) welcomes two new members to its board of directors: MIT-affiliated Anya Alexandra Bear and long-time Cambridge resident and attorney Charles M. Wyzanski. Bear has been with MIT’s Office of Government and Community Relations since 2008, collaborating with a broad range of Cambridge non-profits and institutions around

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