Cambridge Youth Programs Afterschool
DHSP Cambridge Youth ProgramsArea 2, Cambridgeport, East Cambridge, and Mid Cambridge North Cambridge Riverside Strawberry Hill and West Cambridge Mid Cambridge
We offer safe and fun programming for pre-teens and middle schoolers to connect with peers, build leadership skills, and explore a range of enriching activities in an inclusive environment.
Parkour CIT Summer Program
Parkour Generations Boston
This training week is designed to help youth to acquire the coaching experience needed for working within the parkour industry while building valuable professional skills and having fun!
Work Force at CSUS
Cambridge Housing Authority
We are a comprehensive after-school educational enrichment and work-readiness program for preteens in Cambridge public housing.
Office of Workforce Development (OWD)Mid Cambridge
Cambridge Works is a transitional jobs program for younger adults who have had difficulty finding a job.
Science Club for Girls Junior Mentors VIRTUAL Program
Science Club for Girls
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.
Bridging the Gap
Bridging The Gap enriches the lives of teenagers through a life-skills curriculum, site visits, and community service projects.
Broad Summer Scholars Program
Broad Institute of MIT and HarvardArea 2
The Broad Summer Scholars Program (BSSP) invites high school students with a strong interest in science to spend six weeks at the Broad Institute.
Cambridge Youth Council (CYC)
Family Policy CouncilMid Cambridge
CYC is a group of 14-18 year-old youth who work on projects related to the Family Policy Council's goals and topics that address the opportunity gaps in Cambridge.
Creating a Disability-Friendly Workplace Guide: Exceptional Lives
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
This free online Guide will help you to learn how to hire and support people with disabilities, and how to connect with organizations who can help you with every aspect of this process.
Employment Services Program: Massachusetts DTA
Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA)Outside Cambridge
We offer employment training and education programs for TAFDC clients including Young Parents Program, DTA Works Internship, Office of Refugee and Immigrants Program, and more!
Foundry Opening Celebration
Saturday, October 8 10am – 8pm
Also: Sunday, October 9 11am – 6pm and Monday, October 10 10am – 8pm
Come celebrate at The Foundry on October 8-10! We’ll have a whole weekend of activities for all ages and interests.
iFp Studios Internship
Innovators for PurposeMid Cambridge
World changers have a rare combination of creativity, tech savviness and passion. Come develop your world changing superpowers with other iFp Teens in our school year summer and internships.
IT Careers Training Program
Just A StartWellington Harrington
JAS IT Careers Program provides eight months of free intensive training to prepare adults for entry-level IT jobs.
The Loop Lab Media Arts Internship
The Loop LabMid Cambridge and The Port
The Loop Lab’s workforce program focuses on using these core skills in a professional context.
Transition to Adulthood Guide: Exceptional Lives
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children and young adults who have a disability or an IEP (Individualized Educational Program) at school.
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
We help understand and treat human diseases using the power of research.
Cambridge Police Department
We are committed to working with the community to make the City of Cambridge a safe and desirable place to live, work or visit. We solve problems and improve public safety.
CitySprouts introduces school gardens as a core element of children's public education.
Community Art Center
We strive to cultivate an engaged community of youth whose powerful artistic voices transform their lives, their neighborhoods, and their worlds.
DHSP Cambridge Youth Programs
We offer diverse, high-quality programs promoting leadership and youth development through enrichment activities, unique experiences, and opportunities to develop relationships with adults and peers.
DHSP Community Schools
We offer a range of educational and recreational activities in a safe afterschool environment where all are welcome.
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
Exceptional Lives provides trustworthy, easy-to-read information for parents of children with developmental disabilities.
Family Policy Council
The Family Policy Council develops policy and program recommendations aimed at improving the quality of life for children, youth and families in the City of Cambridge.
Innovators for Purpose
Developing tomorrow’s inclusive future ready workforce, while putting untapped potential to work today.
Just A Start
Just A Start (JAS) was founded in 1968 as a community revitalization and youth training program focused on improving Cambridge's then-struggling Wellington-Harrington neighborhood.