**This position will be: Complete In-Person
In the early 1970's, as new school buildings sprang up all over Boston, residents felt strongly that these buildings should be used as community resources and offer community programming when school was not in session. This idea led to the establishment of Boston Community Schools in 1972. Overtime we added additional services, programs, and facilities; in 2001, our name was changed to Boston Centers for Youth & Families, and today we are the City of Boston's largest youth and human services agency. -Serves 60,000 Boston residents annually -Offers adult education classes for nearly 1,000 adults each year -Provides structured out-of-school time programming for more than 2,000 children and youth each day. -Offers sports and recreation programming for thousands of children and youth. Engages over 5,000 children in BCYF summer programs. -Enrolls over 600 children ages 2.9-4 years in preschool programs each year.
Answer phones on a switchboard, filing, sorts mail, signs, accepts and distributes mail and packages,
Punctual, good customer service, comfortable answering phones, comfortable working alone, able to adapt to various work assignments, follow instructions, , able to lift 5 lbs, and can work the full summer.