Volunteer. There are lots of ways to volunteer and help us out in all of our programs.
Perhaps you’d like to teach a class, or run a workshop, or maybe you’d just like to come in and see what’s up and help out with whatever projects are going on. Have a look below at our program overviews and volunteerism guidelines, and if anything suits your fancy, send as an email at firstname.lastname@example.org We are a child care institution! This means that our programs come with some bureaucratic overhead that we may or may not think is in the best interest of society. If you want to volunteer in any of our programs, we’ll probably need to invade your privacy and run a CORI and SORI check on you. Saturday Open-Shop (12:00 to 3:00) is the most open-ended of our programs, and so is the easiest to drop into and help out with.
Afterschool (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday) is also a drop-in program and is pretty free-form and similarly easy to fit yourself into. Other stuff! Parts and Crafts Center for Semiconducted Learning. Program Overview May 1, 2012 The Center for Semi-Conducted Learning (CSCL) is open to homeschoolers, unschoolers, and other people interested in sharing a fun, creative, and exploratory space with like-minded people.
We will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m to 3 p.m., with individual classes offered in science, engineering, art, and creative writing four days a week [...] Tutorials February 25, 2012 TUTORIALS AND ONE-ON-ONE TIME Reasons to consider doing a tutorial – To learn about something you’re interested in – To combat the idea that you’re “bad at math” or “bad at writing” – To keep a baseline “at grade level” in case you ever want to go back – To go deep and do that [...] Massachusetts Homeschool Co-ops & Academic Enrichment Classes. Massachusetts Homeschooling Co-ops Voyagers, Inc.
Homeschool Coop & Resource CenterActon Homeschool Coop North Star: Self Directed Learning for TeensHadley North Star teens choose from a wide array of educational options depending on their needs and interests. Eagles Wings Co-opSouth Eastern Massachusetts and North East Rhode Island We are a co-operative of Christian homeschool families, in South Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island creating academic and enrichment classes for our own children by pooling our teaching strengths and abilities.
Massachusetts Homeschooling Classes & Academic Enrichment Writing ClassesAttleboro and Dartmouth Small creative writing classes for ages 8 and up, (especially recommended for reluctant writers). LEX Language ProjectBoston LEX Language Project offers unique multilingual language learning clubs that focus on the natural process of language development "from the whole to the parts". NESA (New England Sports Academy) NESA Homeschool Enrichment Program is a unique combination of academic enrichment and kid’s fitness at one of the largest, most comprehensive youth sports facilities in the area.
Our team of enthusiastic instructors comes to NESA with a passion for sharing their interests with kids who have a passion for satisfying their curiosity!! This program is designed to provide you and your family with an opportunity to stay active all-year long, a place to spend time with other homeschooling families and a variety of academic enrichment opportunities to build upon the foundation of each family’s unique homeschooling framework. Recreational academic and fitness classes are held on Mondays through Fridays between 10:00am and 2:30pm for homeschooled kids of all ages. 1. Lego Engineering, Wednesdays 11 AM-12:00 PM, 12:30-1:30 PM, needs 8-12 students per class, $90/month 2. 3. Home-School Prices (as of 8/29/14) ** 10% discount on all classes after the first MOST EXPENSIVE ** Instructor: Brian Fitzgerald. Parts and Crafts Center for Semiconducted Learning.
Registration for Fall 2014 June 15, 2013 Do you love learning but hate school?
If so, we want to hear from you! We’re looking for kids who want to take a more self-directed route, or who maybe need some space to stretch out and figure out what that route is. If you have a base level of curiosity and an [...] what is Parts and Crafts? May 1, 2012 who Parts and Crafts is a group of thinkers, teachers, and tinkerers in the Boston area who are interested in helping people build, think, create, succeed, fail, and learn. What a day looks like ARRIVAL: 9-9:30 Counselors arrive at Parts and Crafts at around 8:50. Thoughts on curriculum April 25, 2012 is this a school? April 2, 2012 Parts and Crafts is not a school — we do not keep or assign grades, and parents retain full responsibility for their child’s learning progress. Massachusetts Homeschool Co-ops & Academic Enrichment Classes.