Tutoring Center

CSV Tutoring Center at CRLS Shifts Spot

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately, after-school tutoring for high school students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School will meet in Room 2407.  This is the classroom right across the hallway from the CSV Tutoring Center’s school day and before-school location (room 2403).  This location provides a larger space and allows students, teachers, and tutors to find us more easily. We need

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Teams Work

This fall Cambridge School Volunteers is pleased to welcome several academic teams into our fold in K–8 and high school programs.  A crew of graduate students from Harvard University’s Earth and Planetary Sciences (in photo) came to our kickoff orientation in September. MIT’s Department of Chemical Engineering, which is already a corporate partner in our NetPals program, has expanded into the realm of elementary

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Sue Wellington, Financial Manager

CRLS Student-Written Career Profile: Sue Wellington, Non-Profit Financial Manager This year, with support from the Cambridge Agassiz Harvard Fund, Cambridge School Volunteers engaged and guided a handful of Cambridge Rindge and Latin students in interviewing professionals in STEM industries. This is the third of the profiles in that series. The connection between math and creative disciplines is front and center for Sue Wellington. “There

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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,

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Life Now

“Know who you are, what you stand for, and what you are here to do.” Maverik, the Jam’n 94.5 Boston radio DJ, offered this meaningful advice to a group of about 60 students and their teachers in the Cambridge Rindge and Latin (CRLS) Media Café one late January morning. Audience members had gathered for the first presentation in the “Life NOW” speaker series, sponsored

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Calling All New Volunteers

Want to make a real difference in the life of a Cambridge student?  Each year, Cambridge School Volunteers places hundreds of volunteers as tutors and mentors in the Cambridge Schools, grades K-12. In classrooms, Learning Centers, and before- and after-school programs throughout the city, each CSV volunteer dedicates at least 1 or 2 hours a week, on a week day, supporting the academic and

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Our impact

We are connected to the community at large, one that offers a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are able to recruit tutors and mentors of very high quality to benefit the students of Cambridge. Watch this video to understand the extent of our impact and how we’ve drawn on the community for support over the last fifty years, here, and keep reading below:

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New CSV Volunteers Hope to Make a Difference in Students’ Lives

“I love to learn and to help others to learn.” “Helping others to achieve their goals through education is very important to me.” “When you have an emotional, personal connection with a student, it’s very meaningful.” “I love to motivate students, to give them confidence, and to show them that if I came to this country and can succeed, then they can too.” “I’m

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Meet Mack Davis Winner, David Smith

David’s first connection with Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) began back in 1982, when his film production company wrote and produced the educational film Nightmare on Broadway under a dropout prevention grant from the Cambridge Teacher’s Association. The film was taped entirely at CRLS in 1982. It featured a young Matt Damon and several talented young seniors, including current Dean of Students Jamahl

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