Nurture young scientists by being a mentor to the CRLS team as it prepares for the Science Olympiad in March.
Are you one of our wonderful volunteers at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School? Are you curious about this year’s distribution of Chromebooks to all CRLS students? What does it mean for helping your student(s) succeed? You’re invited to our upcoming workshop on November 15th on the topic of the CRLS Connects initiative (Chromebook distribution). Register for the workshop here. Details about this as well
We’re excited to be welcoming new school volunteers this month! There are still plenty of openings in our fall orientations, and there are even orientations in December coming up. Please join us at an orientation (see calendar, below). If you have questions you’d rather have answered in person before signing up for an orientation, you might want to drop in to one of our
At Cambridge School Volunteers’ ice cream social May 24, 2018, we honored the dedication of all our volunteers and our corporate partners, on behalf of the students of the Cambridge Public Schools and their families. Quite a few volunteers marked five-, 10-, and 15-year milestones with us. We were delighted to celebrate a rarity—a thirty-year mark—with veteran volunteer Tom McCorkle, who helps out Linda
Come to an orientation to learn about volunteering at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School as a tutor, mentor, or classroom assistant. We need tutors in all subjects, mentors for the Science Olympiad team, and people with an interest in tutoring high school athletes in a team setting. Pre-registration required.
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
CRLS Student-Written Career Profile: Stacy Williams, Software Development Engineer, Audible 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 first of the profiles in that series. “For me it was great to see other women in technology,” says Stacy Williams,
Is engineering or Science your passion? Inspire and support young scientists at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School by joining our crew of Science Olympiad mentors this year.
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
“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