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Tutoring Plus Elementary Program

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Volunteer tutors work 1-on-1 with youth in grades 4 and 5 to improve academic and social skills through the school year in a safe, structured, and...

Contacts: 
Erica Talamo, Director of Programs (talamo@tutoringplus.org)

Tutoring Plus Middle School Program

Program

Volunteer tutors work 1-on-1 with youth in grades 6 - 8 to improve academic and social skills through the school year in a safe, structured, and...

Contacts: 
Erica Talamo, Director of Programs (talamo@tutoringplus.org)

Peabody 2-5 Afterschool

Program

Our 2nd - 5th grade afterschool is a full time, fun, and supportive learning community. We focus on Project-Based Learning, physical activities,...

Contacts: 
Peabody 2-5 Afterschool Teachers (617-349-6263)
Meghan White, Childcare and Family Support, Division Head (617-349-6218, meghanm@cambridgema.gov)

Morse 2-5 Afterschool

Program

Our 2nd - 5th grade afterschool is a full time, fun, and supportive learning community. We focus on Project-Based Learning, physical activities,...

Contacts: 
Morse 2-5 Afterschool Teachers (617-349-6993)
Meghan White, Childcare and Family Support, Division Head (617-349-6218, meghanm@cambridgema.gov)

M. L. King 2-5 Afterschool

Program

Our 2nd - 5th grade afterschool is a full time, fun, and supportive learning community. We focus on Project-Based Learning, physical activities,...

Contacts: 
M. L. King Afterschool Teachers (617-349-6271)
Meghan White, Childcare and Family Support, Division Head (617-349-6218, meghanm@cambridgema.gov)

Breakthrough 6th-12th Grade College Access Program

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Breakthrough offers six years of after-school and summer programming for middle and high school students on the path to college. The Middle School...

Contacts: 
Noelani Gabriel, Manager of Student Services (617-349-6647, ngabriel@btgbmail.org)

Science Club for Girls STEMinistas Clubs

Program

Our free, hands-on after school science clubs for girls in middle school take place for about 1.5 hours once a week at public schools, churches or...

Contacts: 
Cambridge and Newton Programs ((617) 391-0361 x 5, cambridge@scienceclubforgirls.org)

Science Club for Girls Junior Mentor Program

Program

Junior Mentoring is a leadership program where upper-middle and high school girls serve as co-teachers and mentors in K-8th grade science clubs. Junior...

Contacts: 
Cambridge and Newton Programs ((617) 391-0361 x 5, cambridge@scienceclubforgirls.org)
Gina Varamo, Teen Program Manager ((617) 391-0361 x 108, gvaramo@scienceclubforgirls.org)

Science Club for Girls Challenge Teams

Program

Girls spend 2 hours a week deep diving into a particular STEM focus alongside professional STEM mentors in academic and industry settings. STEM focuses...

Contacts: 
Cambridge and Newton Programs ((617) 391-0361 x 5, cambridge@scienceclubforgirls.org)

Cambridge Weekend Backpack Program

Program

We send bags of food home to low income students who are food insecure within the Cambridge Public School system.

Contacts: 
Alanna Mallon, Program Director (6175014561, alanna@foodforfree.org)

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