Interested in working with K-12 students? Below is your resource guide for connecting with our schools and specific programs. For 20+ years, Williams has partnered with educators to create hands-on programming that serves the needs of children and their families in a host of schools in the areas of science, writing, mentoring, homework help, and more. Annually, more than 350 students participate and serve in K-12 schools in paid and volunteer positions in Williamstown, Lanesborough, North Adams, and Pittsfield. See the annual CLiA Chronicle for more information on specific opportunities. Check out Winter Study, other education-related coursework, and summer opportunities through the Program in Teaching and the ’68 Career Center.
For educational materials developed by Williams students and others, check out our Elementary Resources and Middle and High School Resources.
Thanks so much for your interest, energy, and ideas!
Jennifer Swoap — Director, Elementary Outreach
Kaatje White — Director, Williams Center at Mt Greylock and
High School Outreach
After School Tutoring at WES
After-School Homework Help at Mt Greylock
Big Sibs at WES
Classroom Help at Mt Greylock
Classroom Help at WES
Co-Curriculars at Mt Greylock
EOS (Educational Opportunities for Success) Mentoring
Pine Cobble Educators
Science Fellows at NAPS
Science Fellows at WES
ScienceBlast at Mt. Greylock
Summer Science Lab
Teach NYC – Winter Study Course
Teaching 3rd graders about zebrafish – BIOL 11 Winter Study