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.
Grab your dancing shoes and get ready to dance the night away with parents, teachers, and volunteers, all to support CSV’s free programs in the Cambridge public schools. The party will feature food and free-flowing beverages from Commonwealth Cambridge and dance music from DJ iParty Right, a.k.a. Alvin Benjamin Carter III. This party sells out, because it is the best deal in town for
No fooling, we’re fifty! Dance the night away with DJ iPartyRight, Alvin Benjamin Carter III, and enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres from Commonwealth Restaurant and its chef owner Steve “Nookie” Postal, all to benefit Cambridge School Volunteers and its free programs in the Cambridge Public Schools. Thank you to our early sponsors For more information, contact Jennifer Fries. Champion Sanofi Genzyme Patron Lesley University Powered
We can’t wait to see our guests tomorrow at CSV 50! The coincidence of April Fool’s Day with our birthday party is just that, Perhaps, if you have friends and family who are inclined toward a prank or two (or five), the party will double as a prank-free haven—a fun and relaxing antidote to a day of marbles in your shoes or cardboard in your pancakes. Here’s a partial peek at
Cambridge, MA March 14, 2014 – Supporters of Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) raised more than $24,000 last week to fund expansion of mentoring and tutoring for Cambridge middle school students. The Kendall Square party hosted by Genzyme brought together students, teachers, and donors to the organization from all over Greater Boston. Feben Gebreegziabher, a CRLS senior who addressed the crowd of over 200, said
CSV has been lucky to have the help of Lee Hershey, a volunteer who stepped forward to launch our blog and social media campaign this past year. Now that Lee is moving on to new projects, we thought it was time to profile the voice behind our tweets, posts, and blogging. We are sorry to see Lee go, but we are grateful for all
Beth Chiquoine knows both secondary and post-secondary education well. She has taught high school English, as well as writing and literature courses to both traditional-age college students and adult college learners. Beth has also worked in a college admissions office, providing academic support to incoming first-year students. Beth Chiquoine with one of her students. “I love the variety and challenge that is CRLS…” This