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K-8 Orientation

K-8 orientation for prospective volunteers, Room 2407, CRLS


K-8 Orientation

K-8 orientation for prospective volunteers, Room 2407, CRLS


K-8 Orientation

K-8 orientation for prospective volunteers, Room 2407, CRLS


K-8 Orientation

K-8 orientation for prospective volunteers, Room 2407, CRLS


Help Middle School Students in Learning Centers

Join our team of enthusiastic tutors who are currently being matched with 6th-8th graders for homework help and academic support in Learning Centers across the city. These Learning Centers meet before school (8:00 – 9:00 AM) and after school (3:00-4:15 PM), on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Pick your best day and time, and meet your student at one of the five Upper School Learning

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Meet Stand-out CRLS Volunteer and Mack Davis Winner, Catherine Doyle

Catherine Doyle Receiving a Mack Davis Award from Laura Margosian, Director of High School Programs During Catherine’s five year tenure with CSV, she has volunteered an average of five hours a week and with at least six Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students per year. Catherine specializes in reading, writing, and college counseling. She tutors ESL students twice a week in our Tutoring Center

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Louise Adler and J.R. Dreyer Recognized

  Above, top, J.R. Dreyer and Louise Adler. Below, Mayor Henrietta Davis, J.R. Dreyer, and Cambridge Community Foundation’s Bob Hurlbut. On May 14, 2013, Cambridge’s Senior Volunteer Clearinghouse celebrated the outstanding service of several individuals who have given their time, talents and energy to enrich the Cambridge community. Veteran CSV volunteers J.R. Dreyer and Louise Adler were both recognized for their exemplary service to

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CSV Volunteers Attend Awesome In-Service Training

Several dozen volunteers attended CSV’s last training opportunity of the academic year. Three different workshops were offered: Moving from Reading to Writing (Grades 7-12) led by CRLS teacher, Jennifer Hogue; Teaching and Tutoring Math – Re-teaching Concepts using Questions (Grades 7-12) led by CRLS teacher, Alysa Breyer, and Math as Play: Games and Ideas to Engage Struggling Students (Grades 1-3), led by math coach

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Trainings–one of the Benefits of Volunteering thru CSV

December’s program-wide training event was a notable evening for CSV. It was a night of firsts:  the first time that five separate workshops were offered to attendees;  the first time that CRLS Guidance Counselors and CSV’s college planning expert shared the spotlight on a panel; and even  the first time that there were scrumptious desserts courtesy of Empire Boston (chocolate truffles and red velvet

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Say Hello to CSV Volunteer Denise Han!

Denise Han with her students at Fletcher-Maynard Academy. The students created their own veterinary clinic, complete with costumes! CSV volunteer Denise Han feels that the first ten years are when children’s brains are wired to form relationships, crucial for “laying the groundwork…and having someone to be there for them.” As a volunteer teacher’s aide in a kindergarten classroom at the Fletcher-Maynard Academy, Denise is

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