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Umass Extension Nutrition Education Program
56 Roland St, Charlestown, MA 02129
Managed by the School of Nutrition at the University of Massachusetts flagship campus in Amherst, the UMass ExtensionMore Nutrition Education Program works with the Boston Public School System, the Boys and Girls Club, Head Start, and other agencies and organizations to provide family nutrition education. Umass offers three research-based programs: the family nutrition program, the expanded food and nutrition education program, and the food safety education program. Please call for more information.
"e" inc.
529 Main St Ste 1m7, Boston, MA 02129
"e" inc. is a nonprofit organization working to improve the environment in urban communities. Through its EnvironmentMore Science Learning and Action Center in Charlestown, it works to educate and empower people to achieve this goal. It offers a wide variety of programs, including after-school programs, workshops, a film festival and an environmental sustainability education and training program. It also organizes "action teams," where people can get together, exchange ideas and work for change. It also sells local and fair trade products through its website.
Starlight Children's Foundation
52 Roland St, Charlestown, MA 02129

Starlight Children's Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves the town of Charlestown and surroundingMore communities. Starlight is committed to enhancing the lives of children diagnosed with serious illnesses and their families.

The organization offers various treatments and an assortment of positive programs, including family activities and programs, in-hospital entertainment technology, online communities, educational programming and more.

Charlestown High School
240 Medford St, Charlestown, MA 02129
Charlestown High School is divided into four independent learning communities that offer students the chance to study inMore a more intimate setting, while still having the benefit of attending a large school. The high school maintains strong partnerships with colleges, including Boston University's COACH program, to prepare students, starting from the 9th grade, to pursue a higher education. It offers unique courses in Arabic, entrepreneurship and forensic science, as well as a variety of athletic and extra-curricular activities. Its boy's basketball team has been top-ranked both state-wide and nationally.
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