All Places in ‘Universities, Colleges and Schools’

  • Cambridge Community Center

    Located in the Riverside neighborhood of Cambridge, between Central Square and Memorial Drive, the Cambridge Community Center has been serving the community for over 86 years. Our mission is to promote community cooperation and unity and empower youth, individuals, and families. We do this by offering social, cultural, educational, and recreational read more

  • Cambridge School Volunteers, Inc.

    Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) assists Cambridge public school students achieve their educational goals. CSV develops programs that match caring and competent volunteers with students of all needs and levels of learning. CSV employs a professional staff of nine (full and part-time) who oversees these programs and who are also responsible for read more

  • Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC)

    Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is a charter public school. Located in the Kendall Square area near MIT, the school serves 360 students in grades 6-12. Open since 2005, CCSC provides a rigorous academic program that places all students on the pathway to college success. We have high expectations read more

  • Friends of Cambridge Rindge & Latin

    Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (FoCRLS), established in 2006, is a 501(c)3 non-profit association that provides opportunities at the city’s only public high school.  Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) has 1800+ students of diverse talents, aspirations, cultures, and socioeconomic situations.  By reaching out to Cambridge families, residents, read more

  • Harvard University

    Harvard Public Affairs & Communications acts as liaison between the University and its many public audiences, partners, and stakeholders. The department handles relations with Harvard’s host communities, state and federal governments, and the news media. It also manages the Harvard Information Center, located in Smith Campus Center. The Harvard Public read more

  • MIT Office of Government and Community Relations

    The Office of Government and Community Relations acts as a liaison between MIT and the local, state, and federal government, working closely with the Cambridge City Council, the General Court (legislature) of Massachusetts, and the United States Congress. The Office also maintains liaison with the executive branches of state and read more

  • New School of Music

    Founded in 1976 by composer, conductor, and musician Nicholas Van Slyck, the New School of Music is a nonprofit community music school located in Cambridge that offers music instruction for newborns through adults, at all levels and ages. All of NSM’s teachers have a lifelong commitment to the art of read more

  • The Cooper Gallery

    The Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art is one of the first of its kind: a university gallery space dedicated to the exhibition of African and African American art. Our current exhibition, Luminós/City.Ordinary Joy puts 98 extraordinary pieces of art in startling conversation: contouring and refashioning the read more

  • The Henry Buckner School

    The goal of Henry Buckner School is to produce happy, intelligent, well-adjusted children. Here you will find a nurturing, educational environment for children from 3 months to 13 years. Classes include infant, toddler, preschool, kindergarten, first grade and after-school programs. We recognize that each child has unique talents, learning styles read more

  • The Possible Project

    The Possible Project (TPP) is an out-of-school-time program that engages students from Cambridge’s three public high schools over a three-year period in a variety of entrepreneurial activities. Our integrated, hands-on programs and curricula are designed to empower youth with skills and competencies that will increase their likelihood of graduating from read more