Program Resources Directory

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Organization Name
Contact Person
Phone Number
Email
Resources Available
Other Resources Available
Appalachian Mountain Club
Jamie Aspenson, Leadership & Training Coordinator
617.391.6637
jaspenson@outdoors.org
Technical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Field Trip Destination; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Professional development; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teachingOutdoor leadership training; outdoor workshops
Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
Nancy Sableski, Education Director
617-524-1718
nancy_sableski@harvard.edu
Meeting/event space; Field Trip Destinationin fall, schedule "Native Trees, Native Peoples" for 3rd grade spring trip
Boston Children's MuseumAlissa Daniels, Science Program Manager617-426-6500 ext. 342daniels@bostonchildrensmuseum.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Complimentary passes; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Field Trip Destination; Job placement for youth
Boston Children's MuseumJohn Rowse617-635-6804johnrowse@comcast.netTransportation/vehicle; Curriculum development; Field Trip Destination
Boston Harbor Islands National ParkDawn Tesorero, Education Ranger, Capt. David Weinstein617-223-8002, Capt. David Weinstein: 617-281-8938Dawn_Tesorero@nps.gov, dlskings@gis.netTechnical environmental expertise; Field Trip Destination; Youth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Curriculum development; Event planning; Job placement for youth; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching Did class intro for Young Achievers 4th and 6th grades, helps with field trips to islands
Boston Parks Department - Urban Wilds ProgramPaul Sutton, Urban Wilds Program Managerpsutton@ci.boston.ma.usTechnical environmental expertiselandscape restoration, design, and management
Boston Private Industry CouncilJosh Bruno, Director of Employer Organizing617-488-1327josh.bruno@bostonpic.orgYouth development expertise; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Boston Schoolyard InitiativeJulie Stone, Director of Programs617.426.2606 x14juliestone@schoolyards.orgCurriculum development
Eagle Eye InstituteReChristina Oliva617-666-5222coliva@eagleeyei.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Professional development; Gardening/field work tools; Curriculum development; Event planning; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace supportexperiential environmental education using natural settings both in and outside the city; staff training; retreat space in rural setting; program development in stewardship; career bridging; 15 years success with undereducated urban youth
Environmental Justice Media (EJAM)Michael Cermak617-877-4028cermakm@bc.eduYouth development expertise; Guest speakers; IT support (database, website, network, etc.); Program evaluation; Curriculum development; Event planning; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teachingenvironmental media expertise
Franklin Park CoalitionChristine Poff, Executive Director617-282-2881christine@franklinparkcoalition.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Gardening/field work tools; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace supportcan host youth groups for hikes, community service, and history/nature learning
Green Grease MonkeyPatrick Keaney, Founderpkeaney@netway.comTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Guest speakers; Transportation/vehicle
Harvard School of Public Health Environmental Health Education ProgramMarshall Katler, Research Specialist/Director of EHEPmkatler@hsph.harvard.eduTechnical environmental expertise; Guest speakers
JFYNetWorksPaula Paris, Deputy Direstorpparis@jfynet.orgMeeting/event space; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Professional development; Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teachingjob training and placement for adults
Lesley UniversityDavid Morimoto, Division Director of Natural Science and Mathematics617-349-8226morimoto@lesley.eduTechnical environmental expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Program evaluation; Curriculum development; Event planning; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Mass Audubon's Boston Nature CenterJulie Brandlen, Director617-983-8500jbrandlen@massaudubon.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Field Trip Destination; Meeting/event space; A/V equipment (projector, PA, cameras); Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Museum Institute for Teaching ScienceEmily V. Wade, President617-695-9771ewade@mits.orgProfessional developmentK-8 teacher science, technology, engineering and mathematics Professional Development Institute and publications
Neighborhood of Affordable HousingYesica Guerra, Sustainability, Youth and Community Coordinator

Philip Giffee,
Executive Director
Yesica: 617-418-8243 Philip: 617-567-5882, x121 yguerra@noahcdc.org, pgiffee@noahcdc.org Youth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Gardening/field work tools; Job placement for youthyouth presentations and workshops; organizing campaign support
New England AquariumJenna Sigman, Supervisor of Teen Programs617-973-0256jsigman@neaq.orgYouth development expertise; Field Trip Destination; Meeting/event space; Complimentary passes; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Ross Miller Studio / Ancient Fishweir ProjectRoss Miller617-441-7777rossmiller@earthlink.netTechnical environmental expertise; Guest speakers; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Sailors for the SeaDan Pingaro, CEO617-248-9966dan@sailorsforthesea.orgGuest speakers; Program evaluation
The Food ProjectJohn Wang
(781) 346-6726jwang@thefoodproject.org
Youth development expertise; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Curriculum development; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Field Trip Destination
The Medical Foundation/The BEST InitiativeLaurie Jo Wallace, Director of Training and Capacity Building
or
Daisy P. Ortega, Training Associate
617-451-0049,
Daisy x209
ljwallace@tmfnet.org
dortega@tmfnet.org
Youth development expertise; Curriculum development; Event planning; Youth in the workplace support; connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Urban Ecology InstitutePeter Christianson,
Executive Director
(617) 349-8698pchristianson@urbaneco.orgYouth development expertise; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Program evaluation; Curriculum development; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
YouthBuild BostonSteve Baldelli, Project Advantage Program Manager617-445-8887sbaldelli@ybboston.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Office space; Gardening/field work tools; Mulch/compost; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Curriculum development; Job placement for youth
YouthBuild USAChris Cato, Green Initiative Project Managerccato@youthbuild.orgYouth development expertise; Guest speakers
Zoo New EnglandJennifer Gresham, Director of Education, Alix Marcoux, Youth Programs Coordinator Jennifer: 617-989-2024, Alix: 617-989-2024 jgresham@zoonewengland.com, amarcoux@zoonewengland.com Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Field Trip Destination; Professional development; Curriculum development; Job placement for youth; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Friends of Jamaica Pond Stephen Baird, Naturalist Technical environmental expertise; Guest speakers; Event planning
Boston Parks and RecreationLeif Fixen, Urban ForesterTechnical environmental expertise; Program evaluation
CitySproutsJane Hirschi, Executive DirectorTechnical environmental expertise
YMCA of Greater BostonWill Morales617-230-3664wmorales@ymcaboston.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Employee referrals (youth or adult)
Youth Enrichment ServicesBurton Miller(617) 267-5877 ext. 24bmiller@yeskids.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Curriculum development; Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace supportWinter Programming - skiing and snowboarding (including lodges in Vermont and Berkshires)
Bikes Not Bombs Elijah Evans, Youth Programming Director617.522.0222, x101elijah@bikesnotbombs.org Youth development expertise; Youth in the workplace support
Community Design Resource Center of Boston Brandy H. M. Brooks, Executive Director 617-585-0198brandy@cdrc-boston.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Guest speakers; Curriculum development
Girls Get ConnectedDeborah Muscella857-523-0323muscella@simmons.eduTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Program evaluation; Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI)Dane Tullock617-236-0746 dtullock@rei.comMeeting/event space; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Event planning; Job placement for youthGeneral community outreach in Boston market
Mass. Dept. of Agricultural Resources Jennifer Forman Orth617-626-1735Jennifer.Forman-Orth@state.ma.usYouth development expertise; Guest speakers; Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Youth Options Unlimited BOSTON Aaron Tavares, Career Development Coordinator(617) 541-2650aaron.tavares.jcs@cityofboston.govYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support
World Ocean SchoolEden Leonard, Education Coordinator207-236-7482wos@worldoceanschool.orgYouth development expertise; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Boys and Girls Clubs of BostonPeter Nash, Director of Shared Space Clubspnash@bgcb.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Job placement for youth
Museum of ScienceMaria Cabrera, Supervisor of Community RelationsMeeting/event space; Complimentary passes; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
The Boston Project Ministries Paul Malkemes, Executive Director Youth development expertise; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Job placement for youth
National Park ServiceKelly Fellner, Northeast Region Volunteer and Youth Programs Coordinator 215 597-7385Kelly_Fellner@nps.govYouth development expertise; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Job placement for youth
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Kent Jackson,
Outdoor Education Director
617-292-0020 ext, 731kjackson@rosekennedygreenway.orgEmployee referrals (youth or adult); Program evaluation; Curriculum development; Job placement for youth; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teachingNature Connection Experiences
"e" inc. Dr. Ricky Stern, Executive Director617-242-4700webmaster@e-action.usYouth development expertise; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Job placement for youth; Youth in the workplace support; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Maverick Landing Community ServicesJude James, Executive Directorjude@mavericklanding.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study); Job placement for youth
New England Aquarium (School and Community Programs)Rebekah Stendahl617-973-6580rstendahl@neaq.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Curriculum development; Connecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
The Foresight ProjectMary Essary Hoyer, DirectorConnecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching
Emerald Necklace ConservancyBrittany Dunn, Youth Programs Coordinator Boston, MA 02115

617.522.2700
bdunn@emeraldnecklace.orgYouth development expertise; Meeting/event space; Guest speakers; Employee referrals (youth or adult); Gardening/field work tools; Event planning; Job placement for youth
Hostelling International Boston Paul Kuhne617-556-5312community.boston@hiusa.org Meeting/event space
Artists for HumanityAndrew Motta/Opperation Manager617-268-7620 ext. 102andrewmotta@afhboston.comTechnical environmental expertise; Field Trip DestinationHosted YouthBuild for tour winter 2008
Toxic Use Reduction Institute978.934.3275Youth development expertiseResearch, test and promote alternatives to toxic chemicals used Improve efficiency in energy and water use Provide training, resources and tools Promote economic competitiveness through improved efficiency, compliance stability, reduced risk and new marke
Baptist Bible College617-364-3510Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study)Volunteers, Work-study
Blue Hills Adventure Dave Hodgdon, Founder & Executive Director781-326-0079Field Trip Destination Dave can be hired to lead canoe trips
Boston Neighborhood Network 617-720-2113 (City Place) 617-442-5807 Mall of RoxburyProfessional developmentFree classes-low cost program. One summer worked with them to run a complimentary documentary making program-BNN provided instructor and equipment
BPS Campbell Resource CenterAmy Short, Library Media Services617-635-9434ashort@boston.k12.ma.usTechnical environmental expertise; A/V equipment (projector, PA, cameras) Amy Short, Library Media Services
Caribbean U-Turn617-296-6789Youth development expertise Variety of programming for Afro-Caribbean youth.
Casa Myrna Vasquez 877-785-2020 HOTLINE outreach@casamyrna.org Professional developmentDomestic Violence Hotline Professional Development
City-Wide Dialogues 617-442-4519Youth development expertise Are interested in including youth in conversations about diversity and also in conversations with Boston Police Officers to open lines of communication
Minuteman Press, Hyde Park 617-361-7400Office equipment Offered discount on printing 1000 color copies at $0.30 per page
Jamaica Plain Rapid Response Networkjprm@bostonmayday.orgYouth development expertise; Professional development
Emily Goncalves 617-984-8597Guest speakersCould help schedule Hatian speakers
Dorchester Historical SocietyEarl Taylor, PresidentYouth development expertise
DELTASMarta Gredler, Program Director617-635-1578 mgredler@boston.k12.ma.usProfessional development; Youth in the workplace supportResources, workshops, SLAM showcase
Roxbury Community College (RCC)Nancy Sheehan(617) 541-3535 ext. 470nsheeh@rcc.mass.eduMeeting/event space
Hibernian Hall Damon Cawley(617) 927-2500 DCawley@cityyear.orgMeeting/event space address:184 Dudley Street, Roxbury MA 02119
City Year Damon Cawley(617) 927-2500 DCawley@cityyear.orgMeeting/event spaceaddress: 287 Columbus Ave, Boston MA 02116
Northeastern UniversityGreg Houghtontel: (617) 373-5849 fax: (617) 373-8794 G.Houghton@neu.eduMeeting/event spaceaddress:4 Speare Commons, Boston, MA 02115
Channel 4 TV stationTerry, Barry Burbank 617-787-7098 (Terry); 617-787-7000 (main)Field Trip Destination Provided discount on food for 2nd grade Young Achiever field trip to Beacon Hill in 2008
Channel 5 TV stationHarvey Leonard hleonard@hearst.comYouth in the workplace support Supplied Young Achievers food in 2008
Channel 7 TV stationGinny Lund 617-725-0777Technical environmental expertise; A/V equipment (projector, PA, cameras)
Channel 56 NBC TV ChannelKristen Belcastro, Joe Venuti 617-265-5656 (main); 617-474-5564 (Kristen) kbelcastro@tribune.comTechnical environmental expertise; A/V equipment (projector, PA, cameras)
Fox 25 TV station 781-467-2525Technical environmental expertise
Jose Masso WBUR, FOYA 617-361-1213Technical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise Did a lot with Young Achievers 2nd grade class
The Boston Globe Free NewspapersCecilia 617-920-200 main 617-929-2816(cecilia)Technical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; IT support (database, website, network, etc.) Free newspapers for school and out of school time providers
Artists for Humanity Shane O'Garro 617.268.7620 sogarro@afhboston.comOffice equipment; Youth in the workplace supportUses environmentally friendly materials as much as possible
Big Apple Orchard Peg Morse508-384-3055Youth development expertise Agriculture Donated apples to Young Achievers for pressing in 2008
Boston Natural Areas Network Agriculture Erika Rumbley, Garden Educator Kim Kudrna, Program Assistant Erika: 617-542-7696 x15 Kim: 617-542-7696 x17 erika@bostonnatural.org kim@bostonnatural.orgGardening/field work toolsProvides free seeds for schools
Boston Nature Center Julie Brandlen617-983-8500 x6901Youth development expertise; Gardening/field work tools; Mulch/compost; Field Trip Destination
Boston Public Library Ken Peterson, Schools contact 617-859-2385 kpeterson@bpl.orgTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Complimentary passes; IT support (database, website, network, etc.)Allows check-outs of large numbers of books for class use, Complimentary passes to local museums
Extras for Creative Learning 617-635-8284Youth development expertise; Office spaceArt & Office Supplies BPS recycle room at Boston Latin School, Warren & Quincy St., www.exclrecycles.org
Jeremy Dick Agriculture 617-542-7696 Technical environmental expertise; Gardening/field work toolsGarden tools
Excel Recycling Center recycling Marty Costa (508) 636-2780 37 Charlotte White Road Westport,MA02790Technical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Professional development; Youth in the workplace supportScrap Iron Metal & Automotive Recycling Serving Southeastern MA And Rhode Island Container & Trailer Service Available Licensed CFC & HCFC Removal
TJX 508-390-3298Complimentary passes; Office equipmentgift certificates or product donations for raffles or auctions, Clothing and other items for fashion shows
Arnold Arboretum Nancy Sableski 617.384.5239nancy_sableski@harvard.eduTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Professional development
Celebrate Urban Birds Bird Research kap7@cornell.edu Youth development expertise; Professional development; Curriculum development; Field Trip Destination
City of Boston Environmental and Energy ServicesJames Hunt 617.635.3425 environmental.energy@cityofboston.govTechnical environmental expertise; Youth development expertise; Professional developmentEnvironmental and Energy Website for City of Boston
Animal Rescue League 781-737-2455Technical environmental expertisePresentations
Boston Food & Health Helen Mt. Ferguson, Dir.; Jean Levins, Asst. Dir. 617-635-9144 (Helen); 617-635Guest speakersNutrition
Boston Steps Anne McHugh 617-534-2616 amchugh@bphc.org Guest speakers Nutrition for 6-8
BU Science Wizards Jim Wekwert, Program Manager wizards@bu.eduGuest speakersScience Demos
Center for Young Women's Health Pheadra Thomas 617-335-7712 617-355-2994(resource center)Guest speakersNutrition/Women's Health Education An initiative from Children's Hospital Boston. Workshops, events, talks at hospital or at your site. www.youngwomenshealth.org Phaedra Thomas Bio
City of Boston Recycling Susan Cascino 617-635-4959susan.cascino@ci.boston.ma.usGuest speakersRecycling
Chief Jim Dimaio 413-454-4087james.dimaio@state.ma.usGuest speakersDeforestation Speaker
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination 617-994-6111 Guest speakersWorkshops, good resource
Boston City Council Chuck Turner 617-578-0597 chuck.turner@cityofboston.gov Guest speakers Civil Rights Chuck Turner Bio
Debra Korzec-Ramirez Nutrition Education Coordinator for Boston Public Schools 617-635-9303 dkorzec@boston.k12.ma.us Guest speakersNutrition
Dianne Scheinberg 617-257-3611DBSnutrition@aol.com Guest speakers Nutrition Nutrition and diabetes talks for Young Achievers clubs and 6th grade, luke-warm reviews Dianne Scheinberg Bio
Boston Health Commission-Disparities Project Megan Patterson 617-534-2675 Guest speakersNutrition & Health Disparities Helpful with providing Young Achievers with contacts in 2008
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative ( Civil Rights & Resources ) Jon Baros; Ros Everdell 617-442-9670 reverdell@dsni.orgGuest speakers; Professional development; Staff (volunteers/interns/work-study)Provided Young Achievers interns and internship opportunities
Filmakers Collaborative Jen781-647-1102 Guest speakersFilm Talks; Film viewing and conversation with director. Environmental Issues focused presentations http://filmmakerscollab.org/film-talks-environmentalglobal-issues/
Gaston Institute (Civil Rights Speaker) Miren Uriarte, Director 617-287-7237 miren.uriarte@umb.eduGuest speakersMiren Uriarte Bio
Grow Boston Greener/Sustainable Cities/UEI ( Deforestation)John Walkey 617-552-0873walkey@bc.edu Guest speakers
Haitian Multi-Service Center (Haitian) Riche Zamor 617-436-2848Guest speakers
Health Commission/Food and Fitness (Nutrition) Kathy Cunningham 617-541-0049Guest speakers
Civil Rights Julio Henriquez 617-427-2269Julio_hnriquez2003@yahoo.comGuest speakers
Jeff Murray (Bees) 617-868-7795 (h), 617-797-4695 (cell)Guest speakers; Gardening/field work tools
JobNet Career Center Natasha Mignott(617) 338-0809 x207nmignott@detma.orgYouth development expertise; Guest speakersYouth Employment
Kids Can Cook (Nutrition) 617-442-1122Guest speakers; Gardening/field work tools
Kitty Hendricks-Miller 508-274-8840 (cell), 508-645-9265x203 (work) Guest speakers(Native American)
Lexington Minutemen Bill Mix 781-861-7305 x11Guest speakers Revolutionary War
Martha Verdrine 617-792-9356Guest speakersHaitian
Mel King 617-578-0697 Guest speakers Civil Rights , Former state rep
Operation Hope-Banking On Our Future Boston Meaghan Hoyt 617-725-5842 (office) meghan.hoyt@operationhope.orgGuest speakersFinancial Literacy
Mel Miller 617-261-4600 Technical environmental expertiseFounder of the Banner
Project Hip Hop ( Civil Rights ) Mariama White-Hammond 617-261-4600 mariama@projecthiphop.org Guest speakers Mariama White-Hammond Bio
Eagle Eye Institute Rita-Renee Toll-DuBois617-628-5607 Guest speakersDeforestation
FTN Midwest Securities Corp. Robert Walker617-654-6224 Robert.Walker@ftnmidwest.comGuest speakersFinancial Literacy
Ron Vernon 508-628-4300 Guest speakersHaitian
The Food Project Rebecca Nemec 617-442-1322 x.16 rnemec@thefoodproject.orgGuest speakers; Gardening/field work toolsNutrition
Torrie Kenyan 617-623-4262 Guest speakers
Boston Harbor Islands National ParkDawn Tesorero, Education Ranger 617-223-8002Dawn_Tesorero@nps.govGuest speakers
Eagle Eye InstituteRenee Toll-DuBois 617-666-5222 rtoll-dubois@eagleeyei.orgGuest speakers
Environmental Justice Media (EJAM)Michael Cermak 617-877-4028cermakm@bc.eduGuest speakers
Green Grease MonkeyPatrick Keaney, Founderpkeaney@netway.comGuest speakers
Harvard School of Public Health Environmental Health Education Program Marshall Katler, Research Specialist/Director of EHEP mkatler@hsph.harvard.eduGuest speakers
Lesley University David Morimoto, Division Director of Natural Science and Mathematics 617-349-8226morimoto@lesley.eduGuest speakers
Neighborhood of Affordable Housing Philip Giffee, Executive Director 617-567-5882, x121 pgiffee@noahcdc.orgGuest speakers
Ross Miller Studio / Ancient Fishweir Project Ross Miller 617-441-7777rossmiller@earthlink.netGuest speakers
Sailors for the Sea Dan Pingaro, CEO617-248-9966 dan@sailorsforthesea.orgGuest speakers
Urban Ecology Institute Kim Kilcourse, In-School Education Program Manager kilcourk@bc.eduGuest speakers
YouthBuild USA Chris Cato, Green Initiative Project Managerccato@youthbuild.orgGuest speakers
Zoo New England Jennifer Gresham, Director of Education 617-989-2024 jgresham@zoonewengland.comGuest speakers
The Green Roundtable/NEXUS Annie Cardinaux, Resource Coordinator 617-374-3740 x100 annie@greenroundtable.orgGuest speakers
Friends of Jamaica Pond Stephen Baird, Naturalist Guest speakers
Community Design Resource Center of Boston Brandy H. M. Brooks, Executive Director 617-585-0198 brandy@cdrc-boston.orgGuest speakers
Recreational Equipment Inc. Dane Tullock 617-236-0746 dtullock@rei.comGuest speakers
Ladybug Transportation Kim617-323-5030 Transportation/vehicle ran vans in 2008
MBTA Will Kingkade, Student Services Coordinator Mike Mitchell, asst. 617-222-4545 (Will) 617-222-1640 (Mike) wkingkade@mbta.comTransportation/vehicle
Zip Car, Inc - Boston Neal Glazier, Regional Marketing Manager 617.933.5071 neal@zipcar.com Transportation/vehicle Earthworks and UEI have worked with Neal on an organizational membership
Blue Hills Reservation RangersTom Bender617-698-1802Technical environmental expertise; Field Trip Destination
Boston African American Historic SiteRangers Ryan or Frank617-742-5415Field Trip DestinationBlack Heritage Trail, Overnights
Boston Center for The Arts/PYD OrganizationDeep Chinappa/Outreach Director617-556-4075 ext.20dchinappa@pyd.orgField Trip DestinationTeen Program, Have $5 Ticket Shows, Access to Theatre (ATT) Program free for kids ages 13-24 with or without disabilities
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood CenterSophia Kim, Youth Center Director Giles Li, Arts & Enrichment Coordinator Victoria Yue, Senior Youth WorkerSophia Kim: 617-635-5129 x1026 Giles Li: 617-635-5129 x1070 Victoria Yue: 617-635-5129 x1024sophia.kim@bcnc.net; giles.li@bcnc.net; victoria.yue@bcnc.netField Trip Destination
Boston Nature CenterJulie Brandlen617-983-8500 x6901Field Trip Destination
Boston Redevelopment AuthorityColleen Woods, Urban Design, model room 617-918-4355 (Colleen)Field Trip DestinationProvide free maps and field trip to Young Achievers 2nd grade in 2008
Brookwood Community FarmMark Smith617-980-2368Field Trip Destination
Chinese Progressive AssociationLawrence Joe/Youth Coordinator617-357-4499 (w)Job placement for youth; Field Trip DestinationOffer 7-week paid summer internships for high school students. Getting youth involved in grassroots organizing in the Chinatown community.
Community Boating617-523-1038Field Trip DestinationFree sailing
Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Camping SitesField Trip Destination
Discover RoxburyShawn Paulling, Director of Education; Marcia Butman, Exec. Dir.617-427-1006shawn@discoverroxbury.orgField Trip DestinationOffers free educational tours through Roxbury and Greater Boston.
Forest Hills TrustCecily Miller, Education Director617-524-0128cmiller@foresthillstrust.orgField Trip DestinationCan ask questions about going into cemetery
Franklin Park ZooChay Ly, Group Reservations; Rachel Cummings, Education617-989-2086 (group); 617-989-3742 (ed)Field Trip Destination
Healthworks At Codman: Fitness for Children and WomenCrystal Spencer, Youth Wellness Coordinator617-825-8200cspencer@healthworkscommunityfitness.orgField Trip Destination non-profit fitness facility with Youth Fitness Zone & Sportwalls. Schools and organizations may enroll their classes or groups in a variety of classes. Space available for Schools and organizations to provide their own health and fitness related program
Hostelling InternationalPaul Kuhne617-556-5312community.boston@hiusa.orgConnecting to curriculum standards & classroom teaching; Field Trip DestinationHosts trips to hostel, can provide tickets to theater, movies when he has them. Sometimes works to provide programming too-that introduces youth to global issues/cultural competency
Mary Baker Eddy LibraryAliza Saivetz, Manager Education617-450-7332saivetza@mbelibrary.orgField Trip DestinationHosts tours of the Mapparium (Globe Structure) from 10:00am-3:40pm. Special youth rates (6-17) $4.00/person.
Plimoth PlantationJanet Young, group reservations508-746-1622 x8333 or 8358Field Trip DestinationIn spring, ask about Schrafft Foundation for Kids grant
The Cheesecake FactoryCorporate OfficesBoston Location: 617-399-7777, Cambridge Location: 617-252-3810Field Trip DestinationCoupons and Food, Complimentary meal may be requested 3 months in advance. *Each location has its' own budget so you must call either location to request coupons or complimentary meals for field trips.
The City SchoolHector Negron617-822-3075Professional development; Field Trip DestinationPositive youth development social justice organization. Professional development, Youth Outreach Weekends and more
Institute of Contemporary ArtMonica Garza, Director of Education617-478-3100tours@icaboston.orgComplimentary passes; Field Trip DestinationComplimentary passes, youth events, tours
USS Constitution617-242-2543constitution.events@navy.milField Trip DestinationCan bring group during regular tour times, it is first come first served
Boston City Hall Green RoofJames Hunt617.635.3425james.hunt@cityofboston.gov katherine.pianter@cityofboston.govField Trip DestinationCan bring group during City Hall hours. Contact James Hunt in advance.