Volunteer with Kindergarteners-Read and Play!
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
5 people are interested
The Banneker Extended Enrichment Program is an academic and social enrichment program committed to quality and supporting children as they continue on their path of personal growth and education while learning how to become successful contributing members of society.
Our kindergarteners would love to have someone read with them, and we would also love to have more adults to help with the beginning transition from day school into the after school program with snack and playtime.
Our goal is to have more adults participate so all of our children get time to talk, play, and learn in smaller groups while building their own critical thinking skills and receiving the positive reinforcement from kind and helpful members of our larger community.
About Benjamin Banneker Extended Enrichment Program
21 Notre Dame Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140, US
The Banneker Extended Enrichment (BEE) Program is committed to the creation of opportunities for our students to explore, to grow, and to excel academically, socially and personally in a safe and supportive environment as they learn about themselves and their community. And the BEE Program is a part of the Benjamin Banneker Charter Public school with the overall mission: The Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School is an urban K-6 Science and Technology school, committed to excellence in education. We believe all students can excel as learners and citizens when provided a rich, supportive and stimulating environment. The BBCS is the inspiration of concerned community leaders, parents, and educators with the common vision and purpose of providing all Cambridge and local youth, regardless of race, culture, language, or socioeconomic status, with a high quality education.
The BEE program is an after school program (3-6 p.m.) for our K-6 students to receive homework and tutoring help, snack, and many various activities throughout the school year.
We'll work with your schedule.
21 Notre Dame AvenueCambridge, MA 02140
- Child Care
- Critical Thinking
- People Skills
- Reading Comprehension
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1.5 hours(3-4:30pm), once a week, choice of Monday-Thursday ideally for the period of Sept-Dec or Jan-March or April-May minimally.
- Ability to work well with classroom staff and to be positive, patient, mature.