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Let's Get Movin' is a multifaceted lifestyle change program focused on helping children,teens, and families adopt healthier lifestyles through physical activity and nutrition. Our program goals include the following: increase physical activity and improve physical fitness, improve knowledge, skills, and behaviors for healthy eating, increase access to fresh, affordable, healthy food.
Requisition ID
2021-20819
Neighborhood
East Boston
Location
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
# of Openings
1
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Our goal is to assist students in finding their passion and using it to develop a career plan that allows them to become self-fulfilled and productive citizens of their communities. We intend to assist the students in designing curriculum and internship placements that develop students' voice, sense of agency, and self-exploration so that students feel equipped and empowered to successfully transition into a meaningful postsecondary experience.
Requisition ID
2021-20818
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Community Academy
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Jobs in City Government Program run by the City of Boston's Office of Human Resources could be a great way for a young person to gain some professional work experience as well as exposure to the workings of municipal government. As a youth employee, you will have the opportunity to work in one of the City of Boston's many departments, either at City Hall or one of the several offices throughout Boston.
Requisition ID
2021-20817
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
City of Boston- Office of Human Resources
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The City’s Zero Waste vision stipulates the creation of new green jobs, including those for youth. One of the most critical elements of the Zero Waste vision is establishing a Zero Waste culture. We believe that youth are powerful shapers of culture, and we believe that they are uniquely situated to educate their community on the value and importance of Zero Waste initiatives. We seek to kickstart their ecological leadership with this program. We see this program as a pathway to other civic opportunities and green jobs.
Requisition ID
2021-20816
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Mayors Office of New Urban Mechanic
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The social justice internship is designed for students committed to change, and interested in gaining work experience in a small nonprofit organization that focuses on social justice issues, particularly around racial justice and homelessness prevention in the Boston area.
Requisition ID
2021-20815
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
City Mission Boston
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
At Children’s Services of Roxbury, our mission is to bring peace of mind to children and families across Massachusetts. CSR was founded in 1972 and now serves more than 6,000 families annually across Massachusetts in 5 key service areas: housing for homeless families, foster care, early education, behavioral health and youth development. Youth & Police in Partnership (YPP) is a leadership development and civic engagement program that engages, educates, and emboldens young people of color to become agents of change for their communities. Since 1995, YPP has been CSR's signature youth development program, a means to encourage better relationships between youth of color and law enforcement.
Requisition ID
2021-20814
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Children's Services of Roxbury
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Program Description The Catholic Charities Teen Center at St. Peter’s provides after school and evening programming for neighborhood teens. The Middle School program serves youth between the ages of 9 and 14. Programming begins at 2:00 PM and continues through 7:00 PM each weekday, with monthly weekend field trips and community service projects. The High School program serves youth between the ages of 14 and 19. Programming begins at 3 PM and continues through 8:30 PM each weekday, with monthly weekend field trips and community service projects. Classroom-Based Support Each grade member is assigned to a classroom where he or she will work with teens from the same grade level. Having classrooms divided by grade level, each with its own youth worker, allows the teens to best focus on their homework while allowing them to help one another with difficult concepts. The youth worker is in the classroom at all times during the program hours and regulates the activity inside and outside the classroom through the use of passes and communication with other staff in the building. Educational Enrichment Activities Besides helping teens complete their assignments, Homework Help time seeks to increase their comprehension of subjects relevant to their grade level and social situations. Therefore, the youth workers incorporate additional educational activities, such as discussions, games, test preparation, and themed activities for holidays and social awareness. Counselor-in-Training Tutoring The middle school youth in the Academic program benefit not only from the help provided by youth workers, coordinators, and support provided by other Teen Center staff, but also from tutoring provided by the Counselors-in-Training (CITs) employed through the Teen Center’s Youth Employment programming. CITs are assigned to classrooms and not only provide academic assistance to the members, but also support to the Youth Workers by escorting youth with passes to the bathroom and water station.
Requisition ID
2021-20813
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
Catholic Charities Boston - Teen Center
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Square Roots School Year Program is an engaging mix of academic and project-based enrichment programming. Our main focus is academic tutoring in the school year. Our enrichment activities include Literacy, Science Exploration, Math, Art, and Fitness. We are committed to being aware and inclusive to all cultures represented in our program. Our involvement with Nike and Reebok helps our staff and youth create healthy habits. We also have full day programming during vacation weeks that is filled with field-trips and enrichment activities!
Requisition ID
2021-20812
Neighborhood
South End
Location
Castle Square Tenants Organization
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Youth Leader conducts outreach to community members, plans the organization's events, and works collaboratively in a team to promote the interests of the Cape Verdean Community publicly. Youth Leaders attend training and meetings Monday through Friday for the duration of the Youth Leadership Academy.
Requisition ID
2021-20811
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Cape Verdean Community UNIDO, Inc.
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
12/12/2021
our organization provides affordable after school and out of school time programming to families in our community.
Requisition ID
2021-20810
Neighborhood
East Boston
Location
Boys & Girls Club - East Boston (Salesian)
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
12/12/2021
BGCB looks to build leadership for tomorrow by sustaining communities today. We serve young people ages 6 to 18, including those who have limited affordable access to physically and emotionally safe environments, quality experiences, and enriching opportunities.
Requisition ID
2021-20809
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Boys & Girls Club - Blue Hills
# of Openings
18
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Junior Staff are Club Members who work with our staff to assist in the delivery of quality and developmentally appropriate department-specific programs, activities, services, and special events. Junior Staff receive on-the-job youth development training under the supervision of assigned adult staff in program areas
Requisition ID
2021-20808
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boys & Girls Club - Roxbury (Yawkey)
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston (BGCB} has been enriching the lives of children and t eens from challenging economic, social, and family circumstances for 125 years. BGCB's outstanding history in the community began in 1893 when its first local Club, the Bunker Hill Boys' Club, opened in Charlestown. The Ro xbury Club (now Yawkey Club of Roxbury) followed in 1910, and the South Boston Club opened in 1938. In these early years, the "Boys Club" focused on activities such as carpentry, printing, and painting. In 1981, girls became full Club members at all BGCB location s and the organization's name changed to reflect this advancement. BGCB's service network has grown significantly over the last two decades. The original Chelsea Club (now Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club/Kraft Family Youth Center) opened in the Innes Housing Development in 1993, and the Blue Hill Club/George Robert White Youth Development Center, now the Berkshire Partners Blue Hill Club, in Dorchester opened in 1995 in response to spikes in neighborhood youth violence. Our YouthConnect program, which places licensed clinical social workers in Boston police districts, was founded in 1996, and in 2000, BGCB opened its first Shared-Space Club located in a public school. Our newest Club, the Mattapan Teen Center, opened in the former branch library building in Fall 2014 as our first Club dedicated to meeting the needs of local teenagers. The organization's growth is largely attributed to the tremendous support we receive from our exceptional stakeholders, including nearly 300 program partners, 1,500 volunteers, and generous individual and institutional donors, contributing 80% of BGCB's annual operating budget. Today, BGCB has nearly 8,400 Club members and, in total, we serve over 17,000 young people, ages 6 to 18, annually in our 11 Clubs, and through our programs and partnerships in Boston and Chelsea.
Requisition ID
2021-20807
Neighborhood
Mattapan
Location
Boys & Girls Club - Mattapan Teen Center
# of Openings
21
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Central to BGCB's strategic vision is an outcomes-driven experience that helps members succeed academically, live healthy lifestyles and practice good citizenship.
Requisition ID
2021-20806
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Boys & Girls Club - Franklin Hill
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
12/12/2021
To provide Jr staff a postive experience in working with children.
Requisition ID
2021-20805
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
YEE Office
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
12/12/2021
To provide a safe ,fun and educational experience for our members
Requisition ID
2021-20804
Neighborhood
Charlestown
Location
Boys & Girls Club - Charlestown
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
12/12/2021
College preparation is at the center of our programming. We are currently holding weekly Zoom study hall sessions, and we hold our girls accountable for their attendance. Additionally, our student-athletes are required to submit weekly progress reports to ensure they are maintaining or showing consistent improvement of their grades over the course of the basketball season. Our organization emphasizes team-building that benefits relationships between our girls, between our girls and their coaches, between coaches and parents, and between our program and community. Since our in-person gathering has been limited due to covid, we have not been able to engage volunteers with our program/our girls with their surrounding community in the same way we might during normal times. Nevertheless, we stayed consistent in hosting Zoom hang out sessions and webinar series (such as the inaugural “Shut Up and Dribble” Black History Month Speaker Series and Showstoppers Honors Program) throughout the winter months. The upcoming AAU basketball showcase/tournament season is a way for us to achieve our goal of helping our student athletes receive a scholarship to play basketball in college. We believe that basketball is the vehicle by which our student-athletes will realize their higher education, career, and life goals.
Requisition ID
2021-20803
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Showstoppers
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
12/12/2021
Mission Statement The Mission of Greater Egleston High School is to provide students the preparation to thrive in college, the workplace and the community through engaging, challenging academics and real world learning experiences. Vision Statement Greater Egleston High School is rooted in strong relationships, establishing a foundation of trust, acceptance and growth. We support students with an holistic approach that encourages social emotional growth, positive decision making, collaboration and critical thinking. Through our advisory program each student is known well and supported by at least one adult. Academic classes are small, providing students the attention they need to be successful. Through our internship program and elective class we give students the opportunity to personalize their learning and embed it in the context of the real world. Objective Our objective is to prepare student to complete their high school diploma and gain the necessary skills to transition successfully in post high school college and career options. They will graduate with the skills and knowledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle, make informed and quality decisions for their own wellbeing and those around them and be socially and civically engaged.
Requisition ID
2021-20802
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Public Schools - Greater Egleston High School
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
12/12/2021
The Office of Youth Leadership (OYL) works to elevate youth voice and leadership to increase shared decision-making practices at the school and district levels by supporting school-based student governments and the student councils at the district and state level. OYL sits in the Division of Student Support within the Department of Student and Community Impact which includes four other offices: (1) Boston Community Hub Schools, (2) Office of Health Services, (3) Restorative Justice, and (4) Office of Social Work. The Department works with other divisions and offices to help BPS become an antiracist and culturally and linguistically sustaining district, in alignment with the Opportunity and Achievement Gaps Policy and strategic plan, where we authentically partner with youth as decision-makers and leaders in order to maximize opportunities for students to “develop into self-determined, independent learners, able to pursue their aspirations” (BPS Problem of Practice, 2016). The Office of Youth Leadership elevates youth voice and leadership through a three-prong approach: Fostering school-based activism through Student Government in every BPS secondary school Fostering district level activism through the Boston Student Advisory Council (BSAC) Facilitating State level representation in the Greater Boston Regional Student Advisory Council/State Student Advisory Council BSAC is a representative body of student leaders from every BPS high school. Student leaders represent their respective high schools, serving as the primary vehicle for student voice and youth engagement across the Boston Public Schools. BSAC advises the Superintendent and the Boston School Committee on district-level decisions. BSAC members and Office staff liaise between school student governments and BSAC to ensure authentic representation and the elevation of student leadership in the district.
Requisition ID
2021-20801
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Public Schools - Boston Student Advisory Council
# of Openings
34
Post End Date
12/12/2021
We are working together with teens, parents, caregivers, educators, healthcare professionals, domestic violence advocates, and community leaders to build environments that support healthy relationships and ensure violence and abuse are never tolerated.Start Strong values the voices of young people in the fight to end relationship abuse. As a result, we hire and train high school peer leaders to help spread our healthy relationship messaging.
Requisition ID
2021-20800
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Public Health Commission - Start Strong
# of Openings
15
Post End Date
12/12/2021

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