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Job posting: Program Coordinator

Job Posting: Program Coordinator (upper schools) Founded in 1966, Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) is an independent non-profit organization supporting the academic and personal success of Cambridge public school children.  CSV develops programs that match caring and competent adults with students of all needs and levels.  Upper School Programs CSV manages two programs in the Upper Schools (grades 6-8) in Cambridge: Learning Centers and NetPals. 

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From a New Volunteer

Despite all of the work I have done with children, I was really nervous to be matched to a middle schooler for Cambridge School Volunteers’ tutoring program. CSV’s Learning Centers run in the afternoons at five upper schools in Cambridge. I didn’t like middle school when I was in it, and I wasn’t sure I would be able to help much with that age

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Four Robots and a Pizza

Above, NetPal volunteer Anthony Adams walks through the Vecna parking lot with his student. Jay Doyle, a senior embedded systems firmware engineer at Vecna Robotics, welcomed a pack of Rindge Ave Upper Campus (RAUC) seventh-graders to the company’s offices on Cambridgepark Drive on December 12, 2017. The visit was the start of a series of meet-ups between adult NetPals volunteers and public school seventh-graders that has

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K-8 Volunteer Orientation

Come to an orientation to learn about volunteering in a Cambridge Public School in any grade from Kindergarten to Grade 8. We need classroom assistants, literacy volunteers, library assistants, and especially after-school tutors (Grades 6–8). Pre-registration required.


Orientation for Upper School Tutors

Get on board as a tutor in one of our after-school Learning Centers for students referred by teachers for one-to-one help! It all starts with this orientation. Bring your questions, a photo ID, and your schedule.


K-8 Volunteer Orientation

Come to an orientation to learn about volunteering in a Cambridge Public School in any grade from Kindergarten to Grade 8. We need classroom assistants, literacy volunteers, library assistants, and especially after-school tutors (Grades 6–8). Pre-registration required.


Volunteer Akia Scott, Oracle

CRLS Student-Written Career Profile: Akia Scott, Campaign Manager, Oracle 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 second of the profiles in that series. “To me this was an opportunity to engage with young kids the way people engaged

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Orientation for Upper School Tutors

Get on board as a tutor in one of our after-school Learning Centers for students referred by teachers for one-to-one help! It all starts with this orientation. Bring your questions, a photo ID, and your schedule.