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Tuesday, February 11

Rayann’s Recs for Black History Month

Every month, the 826 Boston After-School Writing and Tutoring Program team chooses one student to be the featured “Student Librarian.” This student gets to select books from 826 Boston’s book [...]

Friday, February 7

After-School Tutoring Gets Scary

Photos by Kyle Davi. The lights were dim. The music was scary. The monster mask station was buzzing with activity. Last week, students of 826 Boston’s After-School Writing and Tutoring Program [...]

Wednesday, January 29

Meet Our Marathon Runners

It may not be beach season here in New England, but that hasn’t stopped Ale Alcaraz from training for her first-ever marathon.

Thursday, January 23

Six books you need to read this year

We asked some of our staff and service members for recommendations on what to read this year, and here are a few of their favorite picks…

Monday, January 20

Questions with Catherine

"I was challenged, pushed out of my comfort zone, and received training and coaching through my service year that really did prepare me for future roles."

Thursday, January 16

An Interview with Natnael

"I’m trying to get my doctorate in rocket science if possible. In case I get it, I have to write a research paper."

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