"Volunteering through Boston Partners in Education has made me realize just how much personal and individual attention means to a child. It feels so good to know that I made an important difference in someone's life."
Boston Partners in Education volunteers serve as academic mentors to teacher-assigned students, either one-on-one or in small groups during the school day. They work with students in reading, writing and math, helping them to improve their grades and to achieve their goals on standardized tests such as the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS).
How can you get involved?
There are many ways you can make a difference in a child’s life through Boston Partners in Education. To get involved, just follow the steps:
Step 1: Register - Fill out the Volunteer Application form.
Here’s what some of our volunteers have to said over the years:
“… the teacher attributed the remarkable improvement of one ‘high risk’ student to the work I’d done with him. Gratifying!!”
“Thank you so much for a great experience!! When I become a teacher, hopefully by this time next year, I will be contacting you for a volunteer!”
To learn more about our different volunteer opportunities, or ask questions,