Programs

The Phillips Brooks House Association is home to more than 80 student-run, community-based programs. From housing services to afterschool enrichment, our programs strive for change across Boston and Cambridge. Use the search term below to find the program that is right for you, or use the search bar in the top right corner to find a specific program.

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  • Alternative Spring Break

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    PBHA’s Alternative Spring Break program runs public service trips across the United States during Harvard's Spring Break and Wintersession.

  • Alzheimer's Buddies

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    PBHA's Harvard College Alzheimer's Buddies responds to the isolation experienced by people with Alzheimer's disease through weekly one-on-one visits with dementia patients.

  • Athena

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    The Athena Program is working towards a world where gender does not determine your confidence, aspirations, and opportunities in life.

  • Best Buddies

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    Best Buddies matches individuals with intellectual disabilities in one-to-one friendships with their non-disabled peers.

  • BRYE 121

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    PBHA's BRYE 1-2-1 is a big sibling program for recent immigrant and refugee youth living in Dorchester.

  • BRYE Extension

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    BRYE Extension works with recent immigrant and refugee youth in Dorchester to build English and reading 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.

  • 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.