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Virtual: Enroot Out-of-School Time Program

By Enroot

We provide inspiring out-of-school time experiences to empower immigrant youth and support their academic, career, and personal success by harnessing their unique strengths and achievements.

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Ages: 14 to 18.

Grades 9th grade through 12th grade.

Cambridge residents only.

Currently, Enroot programming is operated for Cambridge and Somerville high school students only. Please contact Ms. Teresa Martinez at 617-383-1164 for more information or questions about eligibility.

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Enroot Main Office
(formerly Cambridge Community Services)
(617) 876-5214
Paola Pelletier-Ozuna
Program Director

Please contact the Enroot Main Office for general questions about our services.

Please contact Paola Pelletier-Ozuna for specific questions about our student application.

Application required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

For Cambridge students only: Click here to complete the application!

We have a separate application form for students depending on the district they belong to. For more information about students and applications, visit:



The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.

  • Only virtual (online or over the phone).

The program is operated remotely, by virtual meetings on the computer or telephone calls, during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Additional information

We provide mentoring, tutoring, college access workshops, and 1-1 case management to hundreds of low-income immigrant youth virtually. All meetings will take place virtually or over the phone during the COVID-19 outbreak.

We also host various other initiatives to empower immigrant youth and families. Our authentic relationships with every student, volunteer, and partner allows us to continually evaluate and ensure the best possible outcomes for our students to overcome obstacles and achieve lifelong success