The Retirees' School Volunteer Association



The Retirees' School Volunteer Association, RSVA was formed as a nonprofit organization by retired Raytheon engineers and technical staff to assist and enhance the education of K-12 New England public school students in response to requests from the schools.
Retirees are now involved in the education field in many communities in various roles, teaching, tutoring, planning, helping teachers and more.
Recent Raytheon and other retirees with math, science or technology backgrounds are needed to be Town Captains and school volunteers.






Check out these reports of some of our activities:

The 2014 RSVA annual meeting had several interesting presentations. Here are their visuals

Meeting Charts

MSEN Presentation

Stem Movement

Robotics at a Middle School

2014 Annual Report of Town Captains and President's report

Fuller Middle School STEM project on waste disposal partly sponsored by RSVA

A Presentation of RSVA History and Activities

Our Informational Brochure

Our Bylaws


We now have on-line training for town captains. Read about it here.

A set of videotapes, "Fun with Science, Engineering, and Technology" is available for use by RSVA members and other volunteers.

Here are some links that school volunteers may find interesting.

RSVA endorses the Citizen Schools program. Learn about it here.

If you would like to join us, the Membership Application is here.


What we do Goals & Direction
Project Involvement Contacts/Information


Updated 11/24/2014

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