New and returning volunteers are invited to a training and kickoff to be a College and Career Mentor. The College and Career Mentor Program provides support to seniors from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School as they apply to college and to scholarships. The program meets on Wednesdays after school at 2:30-4:00. Alternative meeting times are available before, during, and after school. New and returning
Would you like to help a 12-year-old who is struggling a bit in school? Join us for a training on Creating and Maintaining Productive Tutoring Relationships 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,
It is with the greatest sadness that we report that Lisa Van Vleck, our Director of Corporate Programs, passed away on Saturday, July 8. Together with teachers and corporate partners, Lisa created the NetPals, KeyPals, and Reading Buddies programs. I was lucky to have Lisa as a friend and colleague. As many of you know, Lisa put people first, and she was a true
CSV welcomes new volunteers to our first program-wide orientation for the school year. There is more information about current volunteer needs here. This kickoff volunteer event will take place Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 5:30-7:30, in the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School library. Dinner will be served. Please pre-register online or call us to let us know you will be coming. Can’t make it that
With music provided by JAM’N 94.5 and six flavors of delicious ice cream and sorbets donated by Lizzy’s Homemade Ice Cream of Harvard Square, graduating seniors and CSV high school volunteers recently enjoyed an end-of year celebration in the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) cafeteria. Deandra Williams, Director of High School Programs at CSV, and Maverik, the popular JAM’N radio DJ, hosted this
“I really like to be by myself. That’s when I visit my imagination. It’s something that’s important about being an artist.” Local author and illustrator Rebecca Doughty recently visited the second grade classrooms at the Kennedy Longfellow (K-Lo) elementary school. When CSV’s Kasey Appleman, Director of K-8 Volunteer Programs, met Rebecca, she knew this volunteer would make for an exciting special presenter. Susan Moynihan,
We’d like the chance to thank you in person. You are invited to the Volunteer Recognition event and 26th Annual Mack I. Davis II Awards. We also will present the Kenneth S. Neal Award, honoring an educator for community collaboration, to Dr. Kimberly Parker. Join us Wednesday, May 24, 4:00-6:00 pm, Fitzgerald Theater, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, 459 Broadway. Refreshments will be served.
At CSV’s upcoming fundraiser, Studio51, on April 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM – 10 PM at the Lunder Arts Center, Lesley University in Porter Square, we will be auctioning off two unusual and fabulous prizes: 1- a blow-your-socks off, six-course dinner party for 10 people by Chef Nookie Postal or 2 – a full course of orthodontia for an adult or child Details below.
Upper School Tutor Workshop & Sharing Session on Executive Function and Anxiety Alice Cohen, Lead Teacher for Social and Emotional Learning with Cambridge Public Schools, will lead participants in a sharing session on academic tutoring and mentoring. This workshop will highlight how Executive Function and Anxiety affect students’ learning. This session will also provide time for tutors to share their experiences, ask questions, and
CSV is pleased to present our annual report for the 2015-2016 school year. Our fiscal year runs from July 1, 2015 to June 30th, 2016. During this year, Cambridge School Volunteers invited our community to several events to celebrate our 50th anniversary. As we reflect on the last 50 years of our partnership with Cambridge Public Schools, we come back to our mission of