Grade 9-12

EOS (Educational Opportunities for Success) Mentoring

This student-run program provides mentoring support for at-risk high school students in the Pittsfield Public School District’s alternative learning facility. The mission of the program, established in 2017, is to build relationships with high school students whose voices are often ignored and whose feelings are frequently invalidated.  Mentors strive to serve… Continue reading »

Pine Cobble Educators

Paid Opportunities Pine Cobble(PC) is an independent day school that has been in operation for 82 years. PC, a mile from the Williams Campus on Gale Road, serves a broad socio-economic mix of families who want an independent way of thinking about their child’s education. At PC, we are very… Continue reading »


GreylockTalks is a program run by Mt Greylock students in collaboration with The Williams Center at Mt Greylock.  Guests from Williams College and elsewhere visit the school for 20 minute mini-lectures and MG students attend voluntarily. Topics range from academics to life skills and experiences. We welcome volunteer speakers… Continue reading »

After-School Homework Mentoring at Mt Greylock

Mt Greylock After-School Homework Mentoring (grades 7-9)-paid position Time Commitment: 1-4 hours per week Work Hours: Mon/Tues/Thurs leaving Williams at 2:00 or 2:30pm returning by 4:00 or 5:00pm Where: Mt Greylock Regional School Contacts: Kaatje White Apply Here Transportation provided Tutor Tips and Guidelines Homework help and… Continue reading »

Co-Curriculars at Mt Greylock

  Williams College students are instrumental in organizing and  mentoring Mt Greylock students in co-curricular group activities. If you would like to get involved in any of these groups, please contact Kaatje White. Afterschool Writing Group Williams Writing Fellows lead a weekly,… Continue reading »

ScienceBlast at Mt. Greylock

ScienceBlast is an annual collaboration between the Williams science departments and the Mt. Greylock 10th grade. Mt. Greylock students visit the Williams campus and participate in two hands-on workshops taught by Williams professors and staff. Each year we look for Williams student volunteers to help with logistics and… Continue reading »