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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
2021-20859
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Transformative Culture Project
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Today our business district and surrounding area is home to more than 140 busineswses. 10,000 residents, historic sites, murals and other art, and strong institutions. Using the Main Street Approach of Economic Vitality, Promotion, Design and Organization, we effect community pride, develop strategies to grow the macro economy, beauty our district as an enjoyable place to be, and leverage human and financial resources to grow our impact.
Requisition ID
2021-20858
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Three Squares Main Street
# of Openings
3
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Boch Center is seeking Boston teens ages 15-18 for the City Spotlights Teen Leadership Council. 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 a minimum wage 10 hours/week. Teens will facilitate interactive arts-based workshops on a select social justice theme for children in Boston-area community centers. The positions conclude with a final showcase in April 2022, held at the Boch Center’s venues and/or virtually as public health guidelines recommend. 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.
Requisition ID
2021-20857
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
The Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
# of Openings
18
Post End Date
12/12/2021
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 an improved understanding of the Latinx experience in the Commonwealth. Since its founding, the Gastón 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. Our alumni are connected throughout Boston and beyond. We have hosted virtual and in-person summer programs, as well as school year academies and field trips. We currently seek assistants that can help us organize, digitalize, and archive over 36 years’ worth of historical programming and student information. In addition, we seek assistants to help us research our program’s best practices and the current needs of Boston city youth. The SuccessLink Employment Program teens will also serve as collaborators. They will help lead focus groups and serve as the voice of our students as we plan the services, activities, and field trips that we will provide in the Spring and Summer.
Requisition ID
2021-20856
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
TAG
# of Openings
2
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The City School develops and strengthens youth to become effective leaders for racial, gender, economic, queer and disability justice. We work with young people who are emerging leaders and have a passion for social justice. Through political education, community action, mentorship and collective care, we focus on building up young people to become facilitators, organizers, teachers and organizational leaders.
Requisition ID
2021-20855
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
The City School
# of Openings
11
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Tenants Development Corporation has a program amined to build young leaders ages 15-18 years old, to make an impact on their own lives and their community.  We achieve this by training young people on leadership skills. Increasing opportunities and exposure outside their immediate environment and involving youth in community leadership positions. 
Requisition ID
2021-20854
Neighborhood
Roxbury Crossing
Location
Tenants Development Corporation
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Wentworth Training program provides transitional opportunities for Boston Public School students, ages 18-22, who receive special education services. This is a community-based vocational training program that leads to internships, externships, employment and postgraduate opportunities in the fields of Facilities Management, Hospitality, Customer Service, Business Management, and Public Works (recycling).
Requisition ID
2021-20853
Neighborhood
Mission Hill
Location
STRIVE/Wentworth
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Business Construction And Design Maintenance / Landscaping
Requisition ID
2021-20852
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
STRIVE/Madison
# of Openings
50
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Document Imaging Service Center (DISC) was created to meet the individualized educational needs of Boston Public Schools high school students with significant disabilities and at-risk youth, aged 18-22 years. Job coaching, travel training, and reasonable accommodations are built in to the work experience for SuccessLink youth employees who might not be a match at other internship sites. This objective is achieved by providing a real-world meaningful work experience to a special population of unique learners.
Requisition ID
2021-20851
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Document Imaging Service Center (DISC)
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Sportsmen's mission is to build leaders on the court, in the classroom and in the greater community by providing academic, wellness and social development programs alongside recreational and competitive tennis instruction for youth and adults.
Requisition ID
2021-20850
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Sportsmen's Tennis & Enrichment Center
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Youth are an integral part of MWP’s ongoing public art projects, including the work that happens at No Man’s Land. Young people, ages 14-25, work at No Man’s Land throughout the year, helping with a number of projects such as the Poetry Path, First Bloom Project, Serenity Garden, Labyrinth, and many others. Many of these young people come to Medicine Wheel bearing serious burdens in life—more than half of our participants are court involvement and around the same number have struggled with substance abuse issues. Their work at No Man’s Land provides them with an outlet to heal and reclaim their lives, while also gaining tangible skills in landscaping and public art.
Requisition ID
2021-20849
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
Medicine Wheel Productions
# of Openings
2
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The mission of Speak for the Trees is to improve the size and health of the urban tree canopy in Boston, with a focus on under-resourced and under-canopied neighborhoods. We develop and co-create projects at the community level. We believe that change happens when residents have ownership over their spaces and are empowered to take action. We view tree planting, care, and stewardship as a way to connect residents to themselves, their neighborhood, and the global environment. We raise awareness about the importance of trees and the role that every resident can take in planting and caring for trees. We partner closely with community organizations to better understand and deeply engage residents in our work. We are committed to partnering with the numerous existing local and national environmental organizations to build a healthy urban forest. Through robust collaborations and shared best practices, we create programs that respond to the unique needs, geography, and structure of each neighborhood. We envision a city with a healthy tree canopy that takes into account issues of equity such as diversity, race, socioeconomic status, and geography. We advocate for updated municipal policies governing tree planting, neighborhood prioritization, and length of care to ensure trees are efficiently planted and strategically placed in communities that need them most.
Requisition ID
2021-20848
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
Speak for the Trees
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
12/12/2021
To positively impact the lives of South Bostonians. To meet the needs of families and individuals experiencing social and economic stress. To be a resource and advocate for our community’s most vulnerable and isolated residents. To promote and develop early literacy, academic success, healthy families, social and life skills, health, wellness and independent living.
Requisition ID
2021-20847
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
South Boston Neighborhood House
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
RTH hires teens to provide support to the programs we provide for our residents in addition to development opportunities for the teens themselves. These programs are focused on childcare and enrichment, seniors, supporting families, youth, and health and wellness. We also provide training so that teens may progress in each area and be hired in more advanced positions as they become more experienced.
Requisition ID
2021-20846
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Roxbury Tenants of Harvard
# of Openings
11
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Our organization recently opened a community center, and a computer lab in the Mary Ellen McCormack. There are currently 1200 families living in this densely populated community, 600 of them are children under the age of fifteen. We have been growing fresh produce and feeding people in this area for years. Over recent years we’ve utilized the surrounding areas of the community center for a small-scale pilot project that’s focus is on urban agriculture, climate change awareness and community gardening. This effort has provided us an opportunity to serve and educate the community on the importance of nutrition, healthy eating habits and open green space utilization. This project’s objective has always been to provide opportunities for members of the community to eat wholesome produce and incorporate tasteful recipes and meals, which in return will encourage young people to eat properly. Our rational is that if we provide healthy food, children will learn to like it, and eat it. We have built a small little farming community. Round Table, Inc., has established and participated in several Community Supported Agriculture programs. We’ve also created micro summer jobs for youth, working in the gardens.
Requisition ID
2021-20845
Neighborhood
Mattapan
Location
Round Table, Inc.
# of Openings
7
Post End Date
12/12/2021
R.B.G Farm and Retreat LLC believes that a person’s relationship to land determines their path to healing and their ability to create.We offer space for groups and individuals to figure out what that relationship is, while contributing to the broader movement for food sovereignty. It is our mission to be a vehicle for positive healing and change while being productive members of the global community. We achieve this objective by building specialized garden beds for individual families, while providing growing support with seeds, soil, fertilizer, and how-to grow workshops for the entire family.
Requisition ID
2021-20844
Neighborhood
Roslindale
Location
Roots. Berries, and Goodies Farm and Retreat
# of Openings
3
Post End Date
12/12/2021
PBHA strives for social justice. We work with youth across Boston to provide summer camp, after-school, and mentoring. Youth in our programs work on academic skill development, service projects, STEAM and SEL activities. Youth employee serve as tutor and mentors. Additionally, they help to organize events for youth, training for new teen staff, and community action projects to address youth needs in their communities.
Requisition ID
2021-20843
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Phillips Brooks House Association - BRYE
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
OrigiNation's objective is to provide quality arts programming to the underserved youth in the communities of Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan.
Requisition ID
2021-20842
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
OrigiNation Cultural Arts Center
# of Openings
2
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Helping the People Ops and Operations teams to ensure team members having good experience.
Requisition ID
2021-20841
Neighborhood
Back Bay
Location
New Profit Inc.
# of Openings
1
Post End Date
12/12/2021
To provide exceptional customer service while caring for and teaching about the ocean, its animals and our human connection to the ocean.
Requisition ID
2021-20840
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
New England Aquarium
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
12/12/2021

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