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Breakthrough 7th-12th Grade College Access Program

Program

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, Director of Student Services (617-349-6647, ngabriel@btgbmail.org)

Breakthrough Teacher Training Program

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BTGB trains high-achieving high school and college students to teach in the summer and school-year sessions. With guidance and support from professional...

Contacts: 
Shoko Fox, Director of Curriculum and Instruction ((617) 349-6647, sfox@btgbmail.org)

East End House School Age Program

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We believe that afterschool is an exciting and critical time in the lives of children — a time for trying new things, enhancing academic and social...

Contacts: 
Sean Pulsfort, SAP Director (617-876-4444, sean@eastendhouse.org)

East End House Mentoring Program

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The Mentoring Program matches middle school youth with volunteer adult mentors. Pairs meet twice a month at East End House and engage in fun activities...

Contacts: 
Miscelaine Bushu (miscelaine@eastendhouse.org)

The Work Force Program at 119 Windsor Street Community Center

Program

We are a comprehensive after-school educational enrichment and work-readiness program for low-income teens in Cambridge public housing. Holistic in...

Contacts: 
Manoucheca Julce, Teacher Counselor (617-499-7107, mjulce@cambridge-housing.org)

The Work Force Program at Roosevelt Towers

Program

We are a comprehensive after-school educational enrichment and work-readiness program for low-income teens in Cambridge public housing. Holistic in...

Contacts: 
Bryan Zuluaga, Teacher Counselor (617-499-7169, bzuluaga@cambridge-housing.org)

The Work Force Program at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School

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We are a comprehensive after-school educational enrichment and work-readiness program for low-income teens in Cambridge public housing. Holistic in...

Contacts: 
Ayesha Wilson, Teacher Counselor (857-235-9923, awilson@cambridge-housing.org)

The Work Force Program at Jefferson Park

Program

We are a comprehensive after-school educational enrichment and work-readiness program for low-income teens in Cambridge public housing. Holistic in...

Contacts: 
Elka Uchman, Senior Teacher Counselor (617-499-7110, euchman@cambridge-housing.org)

This Way Ahead

Program

We are a paid customer service training program for youth ages 16-24. This Way Ahead is a program of the Cambridge Housing Authority in partnership...

Contacts: 
Janelle Carson, This Way Ahead Program Coordinator (617-499-7011, Jcarson@cambridge-housing.org )

CCC After School Program

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By prioritizing the development of children’s social-emotional skills, our After School Program prepares children for success in both their academic and...

Contacts: 
Rachel Kinch, Director of Out-of-School Time Programs (617-547-6811, rachelk@cambridgecc.org)

Kroka Expeditions Summer Programs

Program

We are committed to making our programs accessible for any student, regardless of ability to pay. Summer expeditions for ages 9-19 offer skills in rock...

Contacts: 
Ezra Fradkin, Program Coordinator (603-835-9087, summer@kroka.org)

Bridging the Gap

Program

Bridging The Gap enriches the lives of teenagers through a life-skills curriculum, site visits, and community service projects. The Bridging the Gap...

Contacts: 
Amanda Chen , Interim BTG Director (617-547-3400 ext. 235, Amanda.Chen@USE.salvationarmy.org)

After School Laughter School!

Program

ImprovBoston focuses on the skills necessary to build a supportive ensemble that showcases teamwork, individual strengths and, of course, completely...

Contacts: 
Mike Carr, Comedy School Director (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

Summer ComedyVacation

Program

Over the course of 5 days, aspiring comedians ages 8-17 will explore the unique process of improvisation using ImprovBoston’s “5 pillars” as a guide....

Contacts: 
Mike Carr, Comedy School Director (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

ImprovBoston ComedyVacation

Program

A week of inspired creativity, confidence, connection, and comedy! Over 5 laugh-packed days, artists ages 8-17 explore the world of comedy with the...

Contacts: 
Mike Carr, Comedy School Director (617-576-1253, comedyschool@improvboston.com)

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