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Art & Science in One
Help get kids get engaged with science, and build their powers of observation, by training to become a mentor in our award-winning Art & Science in One program.
DHSP Inclusion Initiative
Supporting youth with special needs in afterschool/summer programming
Cambridge Police Family Justice Group
This Unit aims to intervene early and interacts with youth and their families to help resolve issues that have led to a negative act or crime.
Safety Net Collaborative
Safety Net is a partnership between families, police, schools, mental health providers, youth programs, and other social services to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquent behaviors.
MIT Outreach Opportunities Resource Guide
MIT offers support to dozens of groups that provide education & outreach opportunities for youth. Visit our website for listings of STEAM opportunities and information about MIT's K-12 groups.
Legal Resources at Mass Legal Services
Mass Legal Services offers resources and information about legal issues facing lower income Massachusetts residents to legal services advocates and social services professionals.
Community Based Mentoring Program
This is our traditional match in which adult mentors are paired with children ages 7-12, and agree to see each other for three hours, a couple of times a month.
Site Based Mentoring Program
Volunteers are matched one to one with youth and meet together approximately once a week at a particular site at scheduled times.
JAS Real Estate Development
Just-A-Start (JAS) develops and owns affordable apartments that allow low and moderate income people to live at rents that are within their means.
Cambridge Piano Lessons
Quality music instruction for students of all ages & levels.
1:1 Tutoring and Mentoring - Middle and High School
We provide weekly 1:1 tutoring and mentoring for students in grades 6-12th.
The Possible Project
At The Possible Project, students build the entrepreneurial skills and mindsets necessary to become lifelong learners and thrive in the new economy.
911 Disability Indicator Program
The disability indicator program is voluntary for both the community and its residents.
Smart 911 provides users with a secure online database to store and provide emergency responders lifesaving information regarding residents, workers and facilities.
Cambridge Alert Network
The Cambridge Alert Network is comprised of multiple services that help keep residents and businesses informed of important City information.
Mental Health First Aid USA- CANCELED until further notice
Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
CEOC Free Tax Preparation
We are an IRS certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) partner that provides free tax preparation by appointment for individuals and families with low to moderate income.
CEOC Housing Assistance
We can help you sign up for the Cambridge Affordable Housing list and we can help you prevent eviction.
Solutions at Work Program
We offer a wide inventory of interview appropriate clothing for men and women, a wide array of children's clothing, books, toys and baby equipment.
Cambridge Renters Energy-Savings Program
We've partnered with the City of Cambridge to connect you to state and utility incentive programs, starting with a no-cost home energy assessment!
Sign up for a No-Cost Home Energy Assessment
RENTERS: Do you want to save money & make you home more energy efficient ?
Exceptional Lives Guide: What to Do If Your Child Has Autism
This free, online, easy-to-read Guide helps families know what to do if their child may have autism, or if they are already diagnosed.
Boston Emergency Services Team
* Volunteer to accompany an older adult to medical appointments.