Basic Technology Corps

Advanced technology skills are not required to volunteer with the Corps, just a desire to learn and expand opportunities for your community!

The Basic Technology Corps combines Boston Cares’ signature flexibility with a focused commitment to an impact area and the resources to make a measurable change. Corps volunteers are a part of a network of volunteers who share a passion for enhancing others’ tech skills. Volunteers select a partner organization focused on addressing 21st century skills development that affects Boston’s communities. Corps volunteers deepen their community engagement by committing to serve twice-a-month through the Corps and attending skill building opportunities.

See a complete list of expectations and benefits of the Corps program, here.

We are looking for volunteers who are interested in:

1. Joining the Basic Technology Corps and meeting the Corps expectations, including serving 2 times/month at one of our Corps partner sites.
2. Working in classrooms and community centers one-on-one with student and adult learners to build Basic Technology Skills.
3. Creating activities for existing class topics and assisting with connecting the skills learned into a real world, career focused context

Check out our Basic Tech Corps Partner Sites:

Tech Goes Home
  • volunteers help with tech assistance, language translation, and general support of families and participants in a classroom setting

  • Schedule varies

Google CS First, Dorchester Boys and Girls Club

  • Engage with youth and help facilitate class, using the CS First curriculum

  • Monday evenings 5:30pm-8pm


All Basic Tech Corps Volunteers will need to complete and pass a CORI Background check and plan to attend our kick-off training


Please fill out the form below to express interest in the Corps program. There will be an orientation for the program in May.