Thank you for your interest in volunteering in the Cambridge Public Schools!
To get started, read through these fundamentals of volunteering. The first step to joining as a new volunteer is to attend a Volunteer Orientation. At the orientation, you will have the chance to ask questions, learn about the various volunteering opportunities and choose the program and time that works for you. Click the button below to learn more and to register for this event.
We also have a training event on October 27, 2016 just for middle school tutors, and new volunteers are welcome:
Contact Us if you have questions and want to learn more.
Volunteers are asked to commit one or two hours per week for at least one semester.
Our programs serve children during the school day as well as before and after school. Volunteers are needed between the hours of 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
No tutoring or teaching experience is necessary. CSV provides training to all volunteers as well as ongoing optional workshops to enhance your work with students.
All volunteers are required to fill out a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) form for criminal background checks. This form must have an original signature. For most programs, you will complete the form in person with a CSV staff person.
Visit these pages for more
information on our programs:
- Elementary Programs
(Grades JK-5, Ages 4-10)
- Upper School Programs
(Grades 6-8, Ages 11-13)
- High School Programs
(Grades 9-12, Ages 14-18)
- Corporate Programs
Our diverse and talented volunteers range in age from older teens to older adults and include working professionals, retirees, undergraduates and graduate students, parents, high school students volunteering as peer tutors, and others from Cambridge and surrounding communities. At CSV, we work hard to create a great match between each of our volunteers and the students they are helping, ensuring a win-win for everyone. We hope you will consider joining us at Cambridge School Volunteers!