• Harvard Emerging Literacy Project

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    Volunteers with PBHA's Harvard Emerging Literacy Project support preschools to increase opportunities to read and ensure a strong literacy foundation for all young people in Cambridge.

  • Franklin Afterschool Enrichment

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    PBHA's Franklin Afterschool Enrichment offers one-on-one afterschool tutoring to grade school students in Dorchester's Franklin Field and Franklin Hill housing developments. FASE runs from 4-5:30PM.

  • ExperiMentors

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    PBHA's ExperiMentors program partners with Cambridge Public Schools to weekly in-class science activities, emphasizing hands-on learning, the scientific method, and questioning and discovery.

  • EnviroEd

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    PBHA’s EnviroEd engages elementary school students in Cambridge Public Schools in environmentally-focused afterschool programming.

  • Deaf Awareness Club

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    The Deaf Awareness Club advocates for understanding of Deaf Culture in the Harvard Community through educational events and working with the local Deaf Community.

  • Chinatown Citizenship

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    PBHA's Chinatown Citizenship program supports immigrants in Boston's Chinatown as they apply for U.S. citizenship.

  • CHANCE

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    CHANCE works with students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School to develop the desire, support, and motivation to gain admission to college and to succeed there and beyond.

  • BRYE Tutoring

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    BRYE Tutoring supports recent immigrant and refugee youth in Dorchester through quality instruction and homework help, with a priority on improving English skills.

  • BRYE Teen

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    BRYE Teen supports recently immigrated teenagers in Dorchester as they build English skills and learn to navigate a new cultural environment.