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**This position will be: Completely Remote**   Goals of Living Art program: > Increase awareness of how essential art is to humanity > Broaden knowledge of art history across cultures > Explore individuality in art making > Give Students the tools to express themselves visually > Place equal emphesis on process and product > Strengthen patience and self-discipline > Build confdence and self-esteem > Work as a team > Encourage discovery Learning > Encourge imaginative work > Develop a sense of pride in craftsmanship > Explore a museum for artwork that each student likes and dislikes > Expose students to different careers in the visual arts > To empower individual children, teens, and adults by developing their abilities to think visually and to practice creative problem solving > To unite diverse groups within Dorchester, Roxbury and surrounding communities around the process and products of visual art making > To build meaningful connections between the Dorchester community and major cultural institutions.
Requisition ID
2021-19511
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Living Art, Inc
# of Openings
9
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Completely Remote**   Intergenerational Program Assistants (IPAs) will help to implement and support weekly activities and programs for older adults in senior housing buildings or senior centers around Boston through our Virtual CitySites Program. This is an opportunity for creative, outgoing and self-motivated youth to help prevent loneliness and isolation among older adults and to help LBFE shape our emerging youth opportunities. IPAs will engage with residents online and create a schedule of weekly virtual activities on Zoom. IPAs will have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with older adults and gain insight into the challenges older adults with limited incomes face. IPAs will be responsible for tracking and reporting program attendance and will be able to help develop evaluation tools and program documentation. There will also be opportunities to participate in other LBFE events as appropriate.
Requisition ID
2021-19510
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Little Brothers-Friends of the Elderly
# of Openings
4
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This positon wil be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   Level Ground�s vision is to bridge the gap between workforce development and Boston�s most vulnerable youth through an integrative approach of meaningful longitudinal employment and post-secondary opportunities. Our Student Trainer program offers youth with the opportunity to: -Receive technical training in the fitness and wellness industries, with options to pursue nationally-recognized credentials (e.g. Certification in Personal Training through the National Academy of Sports Medicine); -Opportunity to apply training at Level Ground for one year, with the potential for permanent employment at Level Ground or one of our private sector partners; -Develop transferable skill sets in areas of leadership, communication, collaboration, and discipline essential to compete in a 21st century, knowledge-based economy that may be applied to future employment within or outside of the fitness and wellness industries; -Enter college through the College Access program; and -Engage in services leading to reliable employment opportunities.
Requisition ID
2021-19509
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Level Ground Mixed Martial Arts Inc.
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   Role 1. Assist the digital art specialist in our art studio and state of the art Computer Lab at Lena Park Community Center. Support elementary and middle school participants as they become familiar with computer design, cultural expression through art and innovative techniques. Youth leaders will participate in work development plans and help instruct small classes alongside the art specialist. Role 2 Youth Leaders at Lena Park engage in activities that enhance their leadership skills, put these skills into practice, and provide pathways for them to expand community engagement.
Requisition ID
2021-19508
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Lena Park Community Development Corporation
# of Openings
15
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn (L2TT2L) is a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEAM) program that engages you in the creative possibilities of technology, science and engineering as you develop personally meaningful projects and also serve your community. Playful curiosity is what is needed to succeed as a youth teacher; no experience expected! Returning youth teachers have asked that L2TT2L be a 100% in-person program with a Code of Care that helps keep everyone healthy and safe during these pandemic conditions. Young people will learn digital design and fabrication using a lasercutter, vinylcutter, 3D printer and digital embroidery machine. They will also be introduced to creative coding on the screen and off the screen with microcontrollers, tiny computers that make things light up, make sounds and move. Learning the basics of electronics, including how to design simple circuits and use a soldering iron will help youth build projects. They will learn to power projects using solar energy. Designing mechanisms will also be a part of what they learn. This year, we have a special project, where youth will build an origami paper microscope called a foldscope to be able to see microorganisms! Using art techniques such as painting and resin molds will help make projects pop! Youth teachers will serve the community, too, as they go out to teach in teams of 3 (each team with an experienced youth teacher!) at community organizations sharing what they have learned with elementary and middle school children & tweens in free 3-week summer STEAM (STEM + art) camps The young children and tweens usually love and admire the youth teachers and are eager for what they can learn from cool teenagers.
Requisition ID
2021-19507
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn
# of Openings
16
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   We provide a diverse range of services at our site. We not only work with youth, but we also work with adults as well. We strive to provide the needed support for families in low-income housing that need technology, emotional, and social support. In the case of our youth, the junior staff will be interacting with adults and kids alike on a daily basis, maintaining a positive and supportive attitude will enhance their interactions with kids and adult staff alike. Handling criticism is important for any employee. Being able to cope and adjust oneself to be better professionally is an important professional skill. Decision making is important when we interact with the children, Junior staff are encouraged to interact with the children and sometimes make decisions as to what they want to facilitate (individual activities, one-day lessons, large group sports activity)
Requisition ID
2021-19506
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
Joseph M. Tierney Learning Center
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   SUMMARY OF DUTIES Under the supervision of the Director of Programs and Strategy, the PUSH Scholar will provide assistance and development to the core programs and administrative functions of the agency. This position provides a student with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in non-profit operations, with potential opportunities for special projects. All program scholars can expect to interact with Freedom House key stakeholders including students, community partners, donors, board members and staff. A unique component to our program is that we teach our students about the society in which they live, their role in it and how to become actively engaged in addressing social justice issues. Freedom House�s community-focused programs that take place in our newly renovated state-of-the-art facility, provide pathways to lifelong learning and advancement, as well as a college level learning environment in the immediate neighborhood. Freedom House also offers global competitiveness through online learning, technology partnerships and summer and weekend intensive institutes.
Requisition ID
2021-19505
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Freedom House
# of Openings
18
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   Four Corners Main Streets strives to support and promote a vibrant, healthy, and active commercial district in the Four Corners neighborhood through the following four-pronged approach: improving the district�s economic vitality by supporting existing businesses and attracting new ones; marketing the district to attract new and repeat visitors that support local businesses; enhancing the physical appearance of the district with an emphasis on safety for pedestrians and cyclists, and; increasing community connections to the district through events and involved businesses and residents. Four Corners Main Streets is about People, Place, and Opportunity. Our mission is guided by our principles of equity and inclusion, and carried out by our Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers. Our work can be grouped into the following areas: Small Business Development - support local businesses with access to to resources via referrals, application support, direct technical assistance, and translation. Identify and engage potential businesses that complement the current district mix and bring goods and services identified as important to the community. Placemaking � support long term community vision for the built environment and create opportunities for new commercial space. Organize events and campaigns that positively profile our neighborhood and attract foot traffic that results in increased revenues for local businesses. Jobs, Transit, and Environmental Justice � support access to jobs and transportation options that further our vision for economically strong and healthy community. Transform vacant parcels into green spaces that produce food for local residents and contribute to positive mental health. As a Main Streets organization, we have a mandate to support local small businesses. As a community based organization, we have a duty to engage and support the broader community and address issues that impact our community�s ability to access and benefit from larger economic opportunities. We�ve been able to organize the community to transform local green spaces like Mother�s Rest Park, and bring better transit options to the neighborhood, including two commuter rail stations. We have also facilitated the transformation of neighborhood parcels into new housing and commercial space opportunities, advocating for affordability and design that furthers our goal of a safe, walkable, healthy commercial and cultural corridor. This work has brought unique businesses to further the above goal, including a yoga studio, a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu school, a vegan/vegetarian restaurant, a natural products hair salon, and the first ever pop-up market for entrepreneurs, all of these owned/led by people of color.
Requisition ID
2021-19504
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Brighter Boston
# of Openings
7
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   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
2021-19503
Neighborhood
East Boston
Location
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   Youth will participate in daily youth development workshops for six weeks designed to engage in tough conversations about personal development. Throughout the program the youth meet with community leaders, police officers, politicians, non-profit leaders, business leaders, and other industry leaders in the City of Boston. The programs main goal is to provide mentoring, life skills, academic tutoring, workforce development, and leadership skills. The program also creates a network of youth champions who will help guide the youth to their success.
Requisition ID
2021-19502
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Cape Verdean Community UNIDO, Inc.
# of Openings
24
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   Take the lead in organizing community events to improve the community including but not limited to the Codman Square Farmers Market and virtual community meetings. Work with local community organizations on communicating and understanding youth concerns.
Requisition ID
2021-19501
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Codman Square Neighborhood Council
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be:Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   The City of Boston's Office of Human Resources helps City departments attract, motivate, retain, and develop qualified and productive employees. The Office of Human Resources consults with various City departments to help them implement human resource policies and also develops and provides training Citywide.
Requisition ID
2021-19500
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
City of Boston- Office of Human Resources
# of Openings
27
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   The Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM) is the civic design and innovation team for the City of Boston. They are focused on prototyping the future of City programs, policies, services, and the way in which government creates. They work across departments and with communities to explore, experiment, and evaluate new approaches to government and civic life. Ultimately, their core mission is to increase the influence that residents have over their government through the power of collaboration and technology. The breadth of their research and design work to cover a vast range of issues and mayoral priority areas, including housing, public health, civic engagement, racial equity, city infrastructure, and education. MONUM also acts as a “front door” for start-ups, universities, and residents wanting to experiment with the City. They mentor other cities — as close as Somerville, MA and as far as Cluj, Romania — on specific projects or broadly on innovation offices in their local governments. Their work is about building trust, fostering collaboration, investing in relationships, culture change, and injecting a touch of delightfulness into government. This summer they are looking to hire civic design fellows to support and build on this work.
Requisition ID
2021-19499
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Mayors Office of New Urban Mechanic
# of Openings
2
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   City Mission Boston educates and empowers individuals and communities to expose systemic barriers and act together to advance economic and racial equity for underserved families.
Requisition ID
2021-19498
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
City Mission Boston
# of Openings
13
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   To provide at-risk youth with work readiness training, employment experience, and income, while increasing their confidence, skills, and self-efficacy.
Requisition ID
2021-19497
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
Catholic Charities Boston - Teen Center
# of Openings
30
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Complete In-Person**   Square Roots Summer Program is an engaging mix of project-based academic and enrichment programming focused on preventing summer learning loss. Activities include educational activities in English, Science, Math, and Technology; youth development and leadership activities; sports and other health and wellness activities.
Requisition ID
2021-19496
Neighborhood
South End
Location
Castle Square Tenants Organization
# of Openings
9
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   Applicant should be able to analyze data, organize spreadsheets and be computer savvy
Requisition ID
2021-19495
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
BPD (Area B-2) - Youth Leading
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position is: Hybrid: In-Person and Remote**   Serve as part of the camp staff starting on July 5, 2021 � August 6, 2021 at the Mario Umana Academy in East Boston. Support all aspects of the program day from transitions, lunch, recess, academic, athletic and enrichment classes and dismissal. Work closely with Boston Scores to: _ Stem school year learning loss and increase academic achievement in ELA and/or math for students grades 3-6. _ Develop student social emotional skills and increase student efficacy by building skills and competencies _ Strengthen the effectiveness of school-community partnerships _ Promote student health and wellness � Hours of work are: 10:30am-3:30pm Monday- Friday. *Note: Determination on whether summer program will be remote or in-person has not been decided yet.
Requisition ID
2021-19494
Neighborhood
Jamaica Plain
Location
Boston Scores
# of Openings
4
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Completely Remote**   BPS Summer Interns will engage in team and self-guided projects related to BSAC campaigns and BPS Priorities. Interns should be flexible and willing to adapt to changes in projects, dates, and goal shifts as the work demands. The BPS Office of Advancement receives requests for youth involvement in retreats, conferences, community meetings, focus groups, and other events throughout the year and qualified interns must be ready to learn about relevant topics in preparation for meetings and events and engage during them, at times taking a personal or organizational stance to advance BPS goals. BPS’s Youth Enrichment Summer Program is a 9 week summer program. During the summer, interns will work 20-25 hours a week in a combination of in-person and online meetings, activities and events.
Requisition ID
2021-19493
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Public Schools - Boston Student Advisory Council
# of Openings
32
Post End Date
7/10/2021
**This position will be: Completely Remote**   Established in 1848, the Boston Public Library is a pioneer of public library service in America. It was the first large free municipal library in the United States, the first public library to lend books, the first to have a branch library, and the first to have a children�s room. As a City of Boston historic cultural institution, Boston Public Library today features a central library and twenty-five neighborhood branches, serving nearly 4 million visitors per year and millions more online. Boston Public Library is a department of the City of Boston, under the leadership of Mayor Martin J. Walsh. The mission of the Library is focused on four core areas: reading and literacy, spaces and programs, reference and instruction, and special collections and cultural heritage. Our commitment to be �Free to All� is carved into the fa�ade of the Central Library in Copley Square, and we are proud to welcome everyone equally regardless of gender, race, national origin, sexual orientation, faith, or economic status.
Requisition ID
2021-19492
Neighborhood
Roxbury Crossing
Location
Boston Public Library
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
7/10/2021

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