We Connect Community to Classroom

Our Mission & Vision

Boston Partners in Education enhances the academic achievement and nurtures the personal growth of Boston’s public school students by providing them with focused, individualized, in-school volunteer support.

With the commitment and involvement of the entire community, all students in Boston will develop the skills, self-confidence and motivation to recognize and achieve their full potential.

VOLUNTEER

Our trained volunteers, who serve as academic mentors, help students gain the skills, self-confidence and motivation they need to succeed in school and in life. Become a BPIE mentor today! 

 

NOMINATE

Our programs are designed to support the work of BPS teachers. To request a volunteer for your classroom, simply identify and nominate students who would benefit from extra help. 

 

SUPPORT

Your support allows us to provide caring mentors to Boston Public Schools students in need of academic and socio-emotional support right now – at no cost to them or their families. 

 

“By the second term this year, I was struggling to get over a 60 on my tests. But there was no way I was going to let myself fail. That‘s when I reached out to BPIE and applied for a mentor.

I was matched with Tanya and Greg. They teach me how to read. They sit with me for an hour and a half with smiles on their faces as I figure out how to pronounce ‘subconscious.’

They helped me build my grade up from a 48 to an 88 by the end of the term – two points shy of an A! What kind of tutor would do that? A mentor would.”

– Prova Kazi, BPS student/BPIE mentee

Our Impact

100%

 

of families said they would recommend working with a BPIE mentor to other families

 

97%

 

of families said that working with a mentor helped their student improve in school

 

94%

 

of teachers said BPIE mentoring programs helped improve classroom participation

 

91%

 

of students said their mentor made them feel like they could succeed in school

 

"Everybody Needs a Mentor."

Having a mentor — someone Boston Public Schools students can see themselves in — can be a life-changing experience. See why Ronnie and David believe everybody needs a mentor.