Youth and Education Corps

The Youth and Education 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 educational opportunities for local youth. Volunteers serve at 2-4 partner organizations, such as Prospect Hill Academy, which are focused on developing academic support for Boston’s high school students. 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 Youth and Education Corps and meeting the Corps expectations, including serving 2 times/month at one of our Corps partner sites
 

2. Working in classrooms, tutoring sessions, and after school enrichment activities with elementary and middle school students to enhance their learning
 

3. Volunteers with Saturday availability 
 

Check out our Youth and Education Corps
Partner Sites:

The Steppingstone Foundation - Dorchester

  • Tutor high school students and participate in fun activities such as basketball etc.

  • Saturday mornings 930am-12pm

Prospect Hill Academy - Cambridge

  • Help students with homework, resumes and cover letters

  • Saturday morning 9am-12pm

Hyde Square Task Force - Jamaica Plain

  • Mentor high school students as they explore college and careers

  • Saturday afternoons 1230pm-230pm

All Youth and Education Corps Volunteers will need to complete and pass a CORI Background check and plan to attend our kickoff.


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