Boston College Neighborhood Center
Welcome to the Boston College Neighborhood Center!
On our web pages, the Neighborhood Center's Programs and Resources are described. We encourage all students (graduate and undergraduate), staff, faculty, and community residents to volunteer with us and/or utilize our services. Please feel free to contact us about any of our programs. We look forward to working with you.
Meet the staff of the Neighborhood Center and find out what we are about and where we are located.
If you have two spare hours a week or a few hours a month you can easily make a difference in someone's life, as well as expand your learning experience beyond the Boston College campus. Participate in one of our programs. Become a Neighborhood Volunteer.
Perhaps you are a community resident or agency looking for services. Whether you are a parent or teacher looking for a tutor for your child or students, or you are an agency looking for some additional help with your service project, or you are newly arrived to the Allston-Brighton community and are interested in learning English; you have come to the right place--we can help!
BCNC Program Updates
Winter/Spring English Class Schedule will be available in late January 2018
Our English classes for the fall semester are ending the week of 12/3/17. We will post our Wiinter/Spring schedule in late January. If you would like to be added to our email list serve, please fill out the BCNC ESOL Class Schedule Request Form.
Looking for a Tutor for your Child?
If you are looking for a tutor for your child who either lives in and/or attends school in Allston Brighton, please fill out the BCNC Tutor Request Form and email to email@example.com. Please note that we are no longer setting up tutoring for the fall semester. Any new requests will be matched in mid January 2018.
On Wednesday, December 6th from 2:30-5:30pm, Boston College Dining Services is hosting a recruitment event. Become part of Boston College’s Dining Services Work Force and take advantage of our outstanding work environment, competitive wages, flexible schedules, and meal plan stipend, as well as access to a wide variety of food service opportunities. For more information contact Marcela Norton at 617-552-3120. To register for the event, visit www.bc.edu/bcjobs (req. 1492).