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To provide our youth the opportunity to work within their community gaining experiences and knowledge to help them navigate the professional landscape whilst also giving them direct experiences to draw from.
Requisition ID
2020-18264
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
YMCA of Greater Boston - Dorchester
# of Openings
14
Post End Date
6/28/2020
To provide our youth the opportunity to work within their community gaining experiences and knowledge to help them navigate the professional landscape whilst also giving them direct experiences to draw from.
Requisition ID
2020-18263
Neighborhood
Charlestown
Location
YMCA of Greater Boston - Charlestown
# of Openings
14
Post End Date
6/28/2020
To provide our youth the opportunity to work within their community gaining experiences and knowledge to help them navigate the professional landscape whilst also giving them direct experiences to draw from.
Requisition ID
2020-18262
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
YMCA of Greater Boston - Huntington
# of Openings
14
Post End Date
6/28/2020
WriteBoston's Summer Journalism Institute (SJI) is a rigorous, supportive summer program for Boston teens. The institute provides teens with the hands-on experience of working for a multimedia newspaper. By writing news articles, students learn practices essential to journalism: interviewing, researching, and writing. In the process, they gain the skills necessary to being effective students and employees: self-discipline, time management, openness to feedback, teamwork, and the ability to communicate. The three primary objectives of SJI are to: 1) increase student mastery through writing by the opportunity to publish stories in TiP newspaper and online; 2) increase in self-efficacy (growth in confidence, motivation, and personal responsibility); and 3) support post-secondary success.
Requisition ID
2020-18261
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
WriteBoston
# of Openings
32
Post End Date
6/28/2020
West End House aims to inspire and enable youth from all backgrounds, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens by ensuring that they are succeeding academically, exploring and mastering the arts, developing career readiness skills, and adopting healthy lifestyles.
Requisition ID
2020-18260
Neighborhood
Allston
Location
West End House, Inc.
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Peer Educators are responsible for learning all workshops presented as well as performing assigned theatrical pieces. Educators are required to complete all projects and assignments relating to the workshop as well as passing all workshop tests. They will participate in theatre presentations, performing skits and poems centered around what they have learned in the workshops. All the learning the teens do in the summer will lead up to the end of the program presentation where we will put on 2-3 workshop/theatre presentations for a partner organization's group of youth.
Requisition ID
2020-18259
Neighborhood
Fenway
Location
WEATOC, Inc. (AKA We're Educators - A Touch Of Class)
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Urbano provides opportunities for teen artists to create participatory public art in partnership with professional artists. Together, these intergenerational artists create installations, performances, and multi-disciplinary projects that are designed to engage communities in conversation about the critical social justice issues affecting the youth and their communities. Our work is built on fundamental principles of collaboration, risk-taking, and creative and critical expression. Ultimately, we hope to challenge assumptions about what art is and who is an artist, the role of art in society, and to make a space for art in everyday life. Materials used may vary depending on the teaching artist and the annual theme, but may include visual arts materials (for painting, sculpture, etc.), audiovisual materials (such as video, photography, editing software, and music composition, etc.) or found materials. Classes taught in the past include film production, photography, poetry, sculpture, performance, movement, fashion, etc.
Requisition ID
2020-18258
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Urbano Project
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Urbanity Dance exists to engage, inspire, and empower individuals and communities through the art of dance and movement.
Requisition ID
2020-18257
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Urbanity Dance
# of Openings
3
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Bird Street Community Center is the hub for children and youths who seek intellectual, physical, emotional, and personal growth and well being. Courts, social service agencies, schools and families trust Bird Street to help the community's low income/high risk children achieve important life goals and grow into young adults, change-makers, and leaders. Bird Street is a major provider of intentional programming for out-of-school and after school activities where generations of children have found a safe and caring place for growing and developing character and skills.
Requisition ID
2020-18256
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Uphams Corner Community Center
# of Openings
24
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Tour guides are ambassadors for the community of Roxbury. The will gain knowledge of the neighborhood and engage with community stakeholders, residents and history seekers.
Requisition ID
2020-18255
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministries
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The saying "starving artist" didn't come out of nowhere. According to the Center for Cultural Innovation and the National Endowment for the Arts, "Making a living as an artist has never been easy, but broader economic trends such as rising costs of living, greater income inequality, high levels of debt, and insufficient protections for "gig economy" workers are putting increasing pressure on artists' livelihoods." In Massachusetts especially, with some of the highest costs of living in the country, it's difficult to follow your dreams, even if they can change the world. At TCP we're changing that. The Transformative Culture Project works with youth and adult artists to help them create social and economic power through their art.
Requisition ID
2020-18254
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Transformative Culture Project
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Youth should have some interest in STEM, chiefly Math and Computer Science. Students will learn computational thinking, programming languages, workshop development, and content facilitation skills. At the end of the summer, there will be a showcase of the summers learning and development to students that are in elementary and middle school.
Requisition ID
2020-18253
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
The Young People's Project
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The Boch Center is seeking Boston teens ages 15-18 for the summer City Spotlights Leadership Program. Teens will develop skills to prepare them for future success as performers and professionals through leadership training, dance, music, spoken word and acting while earning minimum wage 25 hours/week. Teens will facilitate interactive arts-based workshops on a select social justice theme for children in Boston-area community centers and present an original dance flash mob tour throughout Boston. The summer concludes with a final showcase at the Shubert Theatre. NO PREVIOUS ARTS EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY. Teen Leaders will receive training and on-the-job experience with leadership development, public speaking, performance, oral and visual presentation, resume development, mock interviews and networking, professional resume and bio writing, marketing, organization and time management, communication, cultural competency, discipline, creative and critical problem-solving, advocacy, and collaboration. Timeline: The six-week program will take place at the Shubert and Wang Theatres July 6 through August 14, 2020 Monday through Thursday from 9:30am to 4:30pm and Friday 1:00 to 4:00pm. Over the six weeks, teens engage in 160 paid hours as Teen Leaders through job readiness training and community advocacy.
Requisition ID
2020-18252
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
The Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
# of Openings
38
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The Boston Common Frog Pond is seeking pool employees for the 2020 summer season- Pool Attendants and Lifeguards watch over the pool visitors to ensure safety and compliance with posted rules and guidelines and provide assistance to visitors who have questions about the area. If you are friendly and love being outdoors and around water-this is the job for you
Requisition ID
2020-18250
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
The Skating Club of Boston
# of Openings
21
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy was established in 1989 at the University of Massachusetts Boston in response to a need for improved understanding of the Latino experience in the Commonwealth. Since its founding, the Gast�n Institute has earned a reputation as New England's leading Latino Studies research, community development, and public policy institute. Its summer educational programs for Boston Public School Latino students and English Learners - ALERTA (grades 4-5) and TAG (grades 6-12) - give participants the academic and social-emotional skills needed to break the cycle of poverty through success in secondary and higher education. TAG | ALERTA in partnership with the Boston Public Schools (BPS), has been providing students with a meaningful out of school time educational experience since 1985 and 1988 respectively. We have served close to 10,000 students combined, giving them transformational educational experiences that have led to an active, passionate and invested alumni network that is connected throughout Boston and beyond. This summer 2020 we will be running for five weeks, Monday-Friday, serving about 150 students. Our summer program will offer academic classes in Math and English in the morning and fun athletic and artistic activities in the afternoon. An example of activities offered in summer 2019 and that we plan to offer again in summer 2020 include but are not limited to: basketball, soccer, volleyball, arts and crafts, origami, photography, karate, theatre, and dance. In addition, we plan to provide additional workshops for students as part of our leadership/skill development class, where students will be able to engage in classes tailored to financial literacy, STEM activities, college and career readiness, skill-building, and goal setting. SuccessLink youth employees will have the opportunity to serve as Teaching Assistants in classrooms, support office staff, mentor and tutor students as well as lead a variety of activities.
Requisition ID
2020-18249
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
TAG
# of Openings
11
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The "Flagship" Clubhouse provides Boston youth (ages 14-18) with a safe, creative after-school learning community to express themselves creatively through technology, with the support of adult mentors. Our members have access to industry level equipment and software, not limited to but including a music studio, 3D Printers, Adobe Illustrator and Vinyl Cutter.
Requisition ID
2020-18248
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
The Clubhouse Network
# of Openings
4
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The Summer Leadership Program, students participate in a three-day, two-night retreat in order to explore identity, power and privilege, and build a sense of community. Then they launch into six and a half weeks of intensive seminar learning, and concrete community action projects, all tackling critical issues of social justice.
Requisition ID
2020-18247
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
The City School
# of Openings
30
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Administrative Assistants- Report to the Executive Director and Assistant Director. Peer Teachers- Report to their supervising teachers.
Requisition ID
2020-18246
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
The Calculus Project
# of Openings
32
Post End Date
6/28/2020
The Boston Project Ministries' equips and empowers teenagers to create community change. We are a neighborhood-based organization with 24 years of experience in youth development, community organizing, and volunteerism. In addition to career-focused job opportunities for teenagers, we offer life coaching, academic support, teen mental health events, community service hours, and faith-oriented programs.
Requisition ID
2020-18245
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
The Boston Project Ministries
# of Openings
13
Post End Date
6/28/2020
Founded in 1999, Tenacity is a Boston-based organization that offers free a free tennis and reading program throughout the city. Tenacity's Summer Tennis and Reading Program (STRP) is open to any Boston resident between the ages of 6 and 16 years old and generally serves more than 4,000 students per summer. Tenacity operates Monday through Friday, at 23 sites, in most neighborhoods in Boston. Most sites have both morning (9am-noon) and afternoon (1pm-4pm) sessions. The tennis component of the program is games based and is designed to develop participants into functioning tennis players while emphasizing fun. Tenacity also offers a Team Tennis League for interested players. The academic piece of the program is designed to keep kids reading over their summer vacation so they maintain important literacy skills. Tenacity partners with the City of Boston to provide this free program to Boston residents. That partnership includes participation in Boston's Youth Employment and Engagement (YEE) program. Tenacity, through the YEE program, offers employment to youth 15-18 years old and young adults 19-24 years old. Boston residents are especially encouraged to apply.
Requisition ID
2020-18244
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Tenacity, Inc. - Harbor Islands
# of Openings
3
Post End Date
6/28/2020

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