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Cambridge Youth Soccer: Champions League

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Champions League (3rd, 4th & 5th grades) will play 6v6 games. Girls and boys play on separate teams. The Saturday game schedules rotate between 9,...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Youth Soccer, Main Office (617-491-4958)

Upper School League

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Upper School League is for players in 6th-8th grades. Teams are coed and have one weekday practice and a Saturday morning game....

Idea Hub

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Explore topics in design and engineering with artistic circuits, 3D printing, chain reactions, and a variety of other hands-on making and tinkering...

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Fresh Air Walks

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Tuesdays...

Contacts: 
Tim Puopolo, Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator / Ranger (617-349-6489 ext. 6489, tpuopolo@cambridgema.gov)

2019 DHSP Summer Resource Guide

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The 2019 Summer Program Guide contains information on summer programs and services offered by the Department of Human Service Programs and other...

Contacts: 
Department of Human Service Programs (617-349-6200, TTY number: 617-492-0235 TTY)

War Memorial Recreation Center

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The War Memorial Recreation Center provides residents access to a state of the art, fully accessible, and climate controlled facility where you can take...

Contacts: 
War Memorial Recreation Center Main Line (617-349-6279)

Cambridge Youth Enrichment Program

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Our Summer Urban Program is a 6-week youth-run camp operated by students from Harvard University and other local colleges. Activities include academic...

Contacts: 
Matias Ramos, Director of Programs (617-496-8710, matias@pbha.org)

Visiting Moms

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Visiting Moms is a free service that matches volunteers with new moms or dads during the first year of their baby’s life, whether it’s the first baby or...

Contacts: 
Debbie Whitehill, Director of Visiting Moms Program (781-693-5625, dwhitehill@jfcsboston.org)

Project NESST (Newborns Exposed to Substances: Support and Therapy)

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Project NESST offers support for substance-exposed newborns and their families. We work with parents, caregivers, and infants to address the impact of...

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Early Connections

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Early Connections is a therapeutic service for mothers experiencing emotional difficulties during the transition to parenthood, whether during pregnancy...

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MIT Outreach Opportunities Resource Guide

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MIT offers support to dozens of groups that provide education & outreach opportunities for youth. Visit our website for listings of STEAM...

Contacts: 
Dr. Rohan Kundargi, K-12 Community Outreach Administrator (kundargi@mit.edu)

Guided Tours @ the MIT Museum

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Explore the museum with one of our educators as your personal guide. Let us know what your group is excited about and we’ll create a tour that engages...

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HARMONY Mentoring

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HARMONY Mentoring aims to give all youth in the Cambridge area access to a musical education through no-cost weekly private music lessons with music...

Contacts: 
harmonymentoring@pbha.org

Site Based Mentoring Program

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Volunteers are matched one to one with youth and meet together approximately once a week at a particular site at scheduled times. We work...

Contacts: 
Jenny Bautista, Senior Community Engagement and Recruitment Coordinator (617-956-0205, JBautista@bbbsmb.org)

Sixth Grade Advanced On-Bike Training

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The Safe Routes to School program utilizes a city-owned fleet of child specific bikes to offer on-bike training to all 6th grade students in Cambridge...

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