Bridging the Gap
By Salvation Army
Bridging The Gap enriches the lives of teenagers through a life-skills curriculum, site visits, and community service projects.
This is an ongoing program.
Ages: 12 to 17.
Grades 6th grade through 12th grade.
Interim BTG Director
- Sign-up is ongoing
There is no formal application, but guardian of child is required to take part in intake process. Please contact BTG Director for more information.
- Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).
402 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
The Bridging the Gap staff helps each youth to develop positive and successful decision-making skills.
Topics include self-esteem, anger management, communication, and job readiness. Every student who completes this program receives a laptop computer for their hard work. Program is run by the Salvation Army at their building in Central Square.
12 week life skills program available for youth, twice a week after school.
There is no cost to participate; young people who complete the program go home with a laptop computer.
Last updated July 14, 2021.