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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  • CIVICS

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    CIVICS teaches civics and government classes in schools across Boston to inspire students to take an active role in their communities and grow into participants in our democracy.

  • David Walker Scholars

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    PBHA’s David Walker Scholars works with young men in Boston to develop positive life skills and create a sense of black cultural and historical pride.

  • Deaf Awareness Club

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    The Deaf Awareness Club promotes understanding of Deaf Culture in the Harvard Community. DAC offers on-campus American Sign Language (ASL) classes, a weekly ASL Table, and a wide range of educational

  • Elderly 1-2-1

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    PBHA's Elderly 1-2-1 program provides companionship to aging residents of Cambridge by creating one-on-one relationships between students and senior citizens.

  • EnviroEd

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Franklin I-O

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    PBHA's Franklin I-O is a Summer Urban Program camp offering seven weeks of academic programming each summer to young people in Franklin Hill and Franklin Field.