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The Children’s Center at Williams College

The Children’s Center at Williams College serves the children of college and community families from the ages of six weeks through preschool aged children. The center year-round, full-time and part-time programs and are open from 8:00 AM to 5:15 PM. The Children’s Center at Williams College welcomes Williams student… Continue reading »

Buxton School Mentors

JOIN THE BUXTON SCHOOL COMMUNITY! Community Engagement Mentors AND Evening Tutors Needed Paid Opportunties through CLiA. Transportation facilitated through CLiA and Buxton. Interested contact: Kaatje White About Buxton School Buxton is a small, progressive and diverse independent school located just a short walk or bike… Continue reading »

PSYC 11: Education Policy and Practice

Care about the field of education? Want more experience being a part of schools? Join like-minded folks for a deep dive this winter study!   PSYC 11 allows students to gain fieldwork experience at public, public charter, and independent schools as they consider a career in education. Spend 20+ hours… Continue reading »

Adventures in Learning at WES

Adventures in Learning (AIL) is a program run by the Center for Learning in Action at Williams College and supported by the Williamstown Elementary School (WES) and the Families and Staff for WES, formerly the WES PTO.  Adventures in Learning offers a variety of exciting and enriching… Continue reading »

Pine Cobble-ASK

Pine Cobble School (Paid Opportunities) Pine Cobble (PCS) is an independent day school that has been in operation for 85 years. PCS, 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. Continue reading »

After-School Homework Help at Mt Greylock

Mt Greylock After-School Homework Mentoring (grades 7-9)-paid position Time Commitment: 1-4 hours per week Work Hours: Tues/Thurs leaving Williams at 2:35 pm returning by 4:15 pm Where: Mt Greylock Regional School Contacts: Kaatje White Apply Here Transportation provided Tutor Tips and Guidelines Homework help and mentoring… Continue reading »

CLIA Cultural Kaleidoscope

CLIA Cultural Kaleidoscope – volunteer Time Commitment: one-time presentation Where: local elementary schools Work Hours: Presentation during the elementary school day M-F between 9 am-3 pm Contact: Renee Schiek Presenter Interest Form Are you interested in volunteering for the CLIA Cultural Kaleidoscope program?… Continue reading »

NAPS Fellows

NAPS Fellows – Classroom Helpers – paid position Time Commitment: Approximately 2 hours/week, including transportation, worked out with elementary teachers Where: Brayton and/or Greylock Elementary Schools in North Adams (3-4 miles away, 5-minute drive) Work Hours: TBD between Williams College Student and teacher based on schedules Contact:… Continue reading »

Classroom Help at WES

Classroom Help – paid position Time Commitment: 4 hours per week (please consider other positions if you’re unable to make this time commitment) Where: Williamstown Elementary School Work Hours: Between 8:30 am – 3 pm daily, dependent on classroom needs and your class schedule Contact:… Continue reading »

Big Sibs at WES

Big Sibs – volunteer position Time Commitment: 1 hour per week Work Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am – 3 pm Where: Williamstown Elementary School Contact: Sarah Brill Big Sibs is a volunteer mentoring program based at Williamstown Elementary School. This program is for Williams students interested in forming and sustaining a… Continue reading »

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