Board of Directors

Thank you for shopping!

On September 16, 2015, Whole Foods donated 5% of the net proceeds from its three Cambridge markets to Cambridge School Volunteers.  We also spent the day recruiting volunteers in all three stores, and we had the chance to tell a lot of shoppers how much it meant to us.  We are so grateful to our community for coming out on a Wednesday to support

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Whole Foods 5% Day to benefit CSV

Save the date: Come shop on Wednesday, September 16, all day, at any of the Whole Foods Stores in Cambridge. That day, Whole Foods will donate 5% of net sales to support Cambridge School Volunteers.  You shop, and CSV gets funding for our programs in the Cambridge Public Schools. Easy peasy lemon squeezy! We’ll also be there at the stores to answer questions and

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Welcome, Kristen, to CSV’s Board

CSV is fortunate to have Kristen Brown, Senior Community Relations Specialist at Genzyme, a Sanofi company, as its newest Board member. Welcome, Kristen! Kristen came to her Genzyme position after several years with The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI), part of the Boston Foundation, where she worked with donors around strategic giving. Her experience there – supporting family foundations, coordinating grants and understanding community relations –

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Meet CSV’s Newest Board Member – Denise Mytko

CSV is delighted to announce that Denise Mytko, educational consultant, joined our Board in February. Welcome Denise! Denise is no stranger to the field of education. She earned her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Oakton Community College, her Bachelor of Science degree from Northwestern University, majoring in organizational behavior with a concentration in psychology. She obtained a Master of Arts in sociology

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Board Members See the Value of Tutoring Upfront…

How often do you hear about non-profit board members whose family members have been directly impacted by the organization or who actually volunteer for their organization? Let’s introduce you to some CSV Board members who have had exactly these experiences. Bill Zamparelli has been a Board member for more than 10 years. While his own children were in the Cambridge schools, he remembers two

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This Thursday, A Night to Usher in Spring in Cambridge

Is spring for real? We’re glad you won’t need your Arctic gear this Thursday evening when we welcome you to Kendall Square for CSV Now! If you haven’t been before to our annual fundraiser—that’s okay, we’re putting on something a little bit different this year. Of course, your ticket price, silent auction bids, and raffle tickets still support our infrastructure for finding, screening, matching and

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March of the Ducklings

Every spring, CSV invites the community to come together to eat, drink, bid on unique auction items, and to support our programs for students in the Cambridge public schools. The 2015 CSV Now! event on Thursday, March 12 will honor Dr. Jeffrey Young, Superintendent of the Cambridge Public Schools. Will you be with us? Buy online or pay at the door.  We promise  a

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Vivian Siegel from the Broad is Newest CSV Board Member

CSV is happy to welcome its Board member, Vivian Siegel, who began her role in June and has already taken a position on the fund-raising committee. Formally trained as a scientist, Vivian is a dedicated science educator and journal editor, and currently the Director of Education and Outreach at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Vivian first learned about CSV and its NetPals

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FY 2014 Annual Report

CSV is pleased to present this report of our work in the 2013-2014 school year. It was a year of expansion of our upper school programs, adding new corporate partners to our NetPals program, and new tutors in our fledgling Learning Center programs. Thank you to all of the volunteers, supporters, and sponsors who made it possible. Please use these links to view and

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CSV’s New Board President – Sally Peterson!

Enthusiastic…passionate…community-oriented. These are some of the words that describe CSV’s new Board president, Sally Peterson. A resident of Cambridge and a Cambridge Public School parent, Sally brings a wealth of experience from the non-profit world into her work on the Board. Over the years she has taught in a preschool, run a literacy program for a parent-child home program, worked in a battered women’s

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