Volunteers are important members of the NWW team. We welcome individual volunteers, families, and groups from colleges and communities of faith to help out at our Wednesday Night Drop-in Program which provides social activities for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in our community.
Join us Sunday, April 29th at our NewtonServes project! RSVP to Rachel Tetrault, Director of Advancement and Community Engagement, at rtetrault(at)nwwcommittee.org
To inquire about volunteering with Drop-In, contact Keavy Smith at (617) 964-6860 ex, 21 or ksmith(at)nwwcommittee.org
Internships at NWW provide undergraduate students with a wide range of experiences assisting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their daily lives and learning about the laws and social policies that affect people with disabilities. Undergraduate students receive supervision from Program Managers while working in NWW's group homes. We work most closely with undergraduate students through Lasell College and Boston College's PULSE program, but welcome inquiries from other undergraduate students as well.
To inquire about an undergraduate internship, contact Keavy Smith at (617) 964-6860 ex, 21 or ksmith(at)nwwcommittee.org.