Committed Partnership Opportunities:

2023/2024 School Year

Committed Partner schools receive priority matching for our academic mentoring services. Depending on the scale of partnership selected, Committed Partner school are guaranteed support for a minimum of 5 or minimum of 15 academic mentoring matches. A match is defined as a volunteer academic mentor serving a single student, a small group of students, or a whole class in a classroom during regular instruction time for a minimum of one hour per week.

Within a Tier 1 partnership, a maximum number of 14 matches can be made by school staff between in-class and online ILS programming. There is no limit to the number of potential matches at the Tier 2 level.

What We’re Offering To Schools

All Committed Partners will receive the following additional benefits:

  • Guaranteed mentor-mentee matches
  • End-of-year impact report
  • Prioritized marketing opportunities

What We’re Asking Of Schools

  • Nominate students to work with academic mentors
  • Meet periodically with BPiE staff to ensure a quality partnership
  • Identify opportunities for BPiE staff to share program opportunities with teaching staff
  • Share digital permission slips with families

Committed Partners, School Year 2023-2024

  • Artists for Humanity
  • Boston Community Leadership Academy
  • Boston Day & Evening Academy
  • Boston Latin Academy
  • Curley K-8 School
  • Eliot K-8 Innovation School
  • Fenway High School
  • Gardner Pilot Academy
  • Hernández K-8 School
  • Mason Elementary School
  • Mildred Avenue School
  • New Mission High School
  • O’Bryant School of Math and Science
  • Quincy Elementary School
  • Umana Academy
  • Winship Elementary School

For more information about Committed Partnerships, please contact Susie Beyl: [email protected]