CONNECTING YOU TO OPPORTUNITY
Financial resources for nonprofit organizations and volunteer opportunities for local residents.
Resources curated by MIT for teaching and learning online, meant as a rapid response to the need for online resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Provides access to a variety of digital services available to Cambridge residents with a Cambridge Public Library card.
Contact request form for individuals who have issues filing for unemployment and wish to speak to a representative.
Provides free tax preparation for individuals and families with low to moderate income.
Provides emergency food to over 16,000 individuals and families each year. The emergency food pantry provides low to moderate income individuals a two week supply of food twice a month.
Transitional jobs program designed to serve 18-35 year olds who have had difficulty finding or keeping jobs.
Emergency relief fund created to fill the gaps in servicing the most vulnerable members of the Cambridge Community
Link to application for a special program helping HUD eligible retail, food, personnel services and creative for-profit businesses with a grant of up to $6,000.
Micro Center is the nation’s leading computer and electronic device big box retailer. They are seeking a variety of retail associate positions in the Cambridge, MA location as of 3/20/20.
Even when schools are closed, your children can keep learning with these Scholastic's Learn at Home. Every day includes four separate learning experiences. Kids can do them on their own or with their families.
Opportunities for remote positions in software development.
Creative freelance/gig opportunities.
Freelance opportunities in a range of fields.
A resource for more freelance opportunities in a broad range of fields.
The Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) oversees the unemployment insurance (UI) program. Given the surge of unemployment applications, the department is hiring. Contact us to learn more.
Rescues food that would otherwise go to waste and creates new distribution channels to under-served populations with an emphasis on utilizing school systems to reach those in need.
Toll-free FoodSource Hotline is the only comprehensive statewide information and referral service in Massachusetts for people facing hunger.
A one-stop for transportation needs; public, private and accessible options.
Kendall Square Association has listed a number of resources and initiatives in response to COVID-19, including a local business support page.
Aid network advertising neighborhood services individuals can provide or services they need (ex: childcare, food, extra rooms etc.)
The East Cambridge Business Association has resources for all businesses in East Cambridge
The Chamber is providing a free special topic conference call series throughout the spring. Additionally, the Chamber has a number of resources for small businesses in Cambridge
The Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) oversees the unemployment insurance (UI) program, which provides temporary income assistance to eligible workers in Massachusetts. DUA also determines and collects employer contributions to the UI program.
Online educational resources offered free of charge during school closings.
In response to emergency measures associated with COVID-19, Internet Essentials is providing 60 days of free internet, followed by reduced cost internet for $10 a month. It also provides low cost computers ($150). The program is eligible to all who receive government benefits
Find It Cambridge is an online resource to easily find the activities, services, and resources you are looking for in Cambridge.
The Massachusetts Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides food allowance to Massachusetts families.
A Sloan School of Management article providing advice on balancing work and home life for those working from home
Khan Academy is a nonprofit organization that provides a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
CSQ Live is hiring local residents to conduct short online classes in various subject matter from their homes. Open to newly unemployed, artists, small business owners, and other freelance workers.
Web source of benefit information to help citizens understand which benefit programs they may be eligible for; disaster relief, financial assistance, healthcare and medical assistance
Updated MBTA schedule changes as a result of COVID-19
Resource for finding government services, relevant nonprofit organizations, support groups, volunteer opportunities, donation programs, and other local resources.