Volunteer opportunities

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 »

Williamstown Youth Center

Students interested in after-school and school vacation program support and development at the Williamstown Youth Center should contact Samantha Marlow or Mike Williams to find out more about ways to get involved. Check out The Williamstown Youth Center, too, for more information about its offerings and activities. The… 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 »

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… 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 »


GreylockTalks is a program organized by Mt Greylock students and the WC@MG.  Guests from Williams College and elsewhere visit the school in person or remotely for 20 minute interactive mini-lectures or performances. MG students attend voluntarily or it is required as part of a class. Topics range from academics to… Continue reading »

ScienceBlast at Mt. Greylock

ScienceBlast is an annual collaboration between the Williams science departments and the Mt. Greylock 8th and 11th grades. 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… Continue reading »

Pownal Buddies

    Pownal Buddies – volunteer position Time Commitment: 2 hours per week Where: Pownal Elementary School Hours: Friday afternoons, 11:30-1:20 or 12:00-1:50 or 12:40-2:20, including transportation time Dates: September to mid-November and March to mid-May Contact: Jennifer Swoap Sign up Form… 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 »

Brayton Buddies

Brayton Buddies – volunteer position Time Commitment: 1-2 hours per week Where: Brayton Elementary School Work Hours: Days of the week TBD – usually 12-1pm during lunch and recess.  College students will spend 1:1 individual time with an elementary student in 5th/6th grade for at least one hour… Continue reading »

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