PBHA Cambridge Afterschool Program (CASP)

By Phillips Brooks House Association

We provide affordable and accessible afterschool programming, primarily with immigrant families.

This program runs during the school year.
Monday through Thursday.

Runs 3:30 - 5:30 PM each day.

Ages: 5 to 14.

Eligibility is based on age.

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Bryan Zuluaga
Director of Programs
Glennys Acosta
Residential Services Coordinator
Rosalinda Paul
Residential Services Coordinator

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Contact one of the Residential Service Coordinators to enroll your child.



  • In-person only.

Fresh Pond Apartments

364 Rindge Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02140
संयुक्त राज्य

North Cambridge

Additional information

Activities include: Homework, fun workshops, reading and math skills, field trips on Saturdays.

PBHA's Cambridge Afterschool Program (CASP) provides affordable and accessible afterschool programming for low-income Cambridge youth and works primarily with immigrant families. Serving approximately 30 students ages 6-14, CASP is the second largest PBHA afterschool program, and the only one located in Cambridge. CASP offers academic programming in a combination of homework help and supplementary activities. In addition to daily homework help and practice with fundamental reading and math skills, students at CASP engage in workshops designed to complement academic curriculum. Workshops range from building model rockets and drums to using probability to create March Madness brackets. CASP operates at Fresh Pond Apartments in Alewife, a 10 minute drive from Harvard Yard.

What makes CASP different from other PBHA afterschool programs? Our medium size makes it very easy to get to know other volunteers, and we pride ourselves on the community we create among tutors. Additionally, our location is key. Working right in Cambridge not only means less time spent in the van, but also helps students develop a deeper connection to the community.

Last updated नोभेम्बर 3, 2023.

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