School Volunteers

Tutors and Mentors Serving Students Remotely in 2020–21

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Sixty Tutors, Sixty Students

Cambridge School Volunteers’ Upper School Team has successfully mobilized 60 1:1 tutors to support students across the district at all five upper schools (Amigos School/Escuela Amigos included). These supportive tutoring relationships integrate mentoring and encouragement with academic content tutoring. The tutor-student pairs are the heart of CSV’s Remote Learning Centers.

Read more about this year’s Remote Learning Centers in the upper schools of Cambridge.

New STEM Clubs After School!

Cambridge School Volunteers offers a new after-school club experience for Grade 6–8 scholars at RAUC, PAUS, and CSUS this spring. Scientists at MIT, Google, Audible, Broad Institute, Oracle, Novartis, BioNTech US and GCP Applied Technologies will bring the science happening here in Cambridge to these students through a different exciting demonstration or presentation every week.

Read more about the NetPals STEM Explorations clubs and how to register here.

High School Volunteers Needed

Breaking News—we have reopened our intake of high school volunteers in anticipation of additional requests from students this semester. Tutors are needed especially in math and science subjects. New dates for training will be published shortly, but in the meantime, we encourage interested community members to fill out our application for high school volunteers and read more about how to volunteer. Join us!

Read more about joining CSV as a volunteer this spring.How to Get Started