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**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**   The Parks & Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with clean, green , safe and accessible open space in 2100 areas of parkland throughout the City.
Requisition ID
2022-21701
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Parks & Rec - Baseball Crew
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | NO COVID Vaccination required**   The Cape Verdean Association has worked to empower the Cape Verdean Community since 2000. Founded as the Cape Verdean Community Task Force, the organization has a long history of promoting residents' and community needs. However, we have always understood that true change cannot occur unless the individual members who compose the community possess the skills to affect that change themselves. As a result, we have run parents’ and women’s support groups, as well as youth programs and training to promote the skill development needed to affect change. The Cape Verdean community has historically been without a public voice that reflects the size and opinions of the population. As a result, the community has been victimized by violence and social inequities on an uninterrupted basis. The Bowdoin-Geneva Corridor, where many Cape Verdean families live, has long been identified by police as one of the top 5 hot spots for youth violence in Boston. Further, research into racial disparities in Boston Public Schools found that Cape Verdeans’ racial sub-group was suspended at higher rates, failed MCAS at higher rates, enrolled in exam schools at lower rates, and completed the MassCore curriculum at lower rates than the remainder of the racially black student population. Through promoting leadership and a vision for effecting social change, we feel that youth will become empowered to break the cycle of violence for their friends, their families, and themselves.
Requisition ID
2022-21700
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Cape Verdean Community UNIDO, Inc.
# of Openings
21
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**   The tynan was started in 1972 along with a non profit council to help provide various programs for youth, adults and seniors' have over 600 members and provide the arts, civic, educational and sports programs to our community and beyond.
Requisition ID
2022-21699
Neighborhood
South Boston
Location
BCYF Tynan Community Center
# of Openings
18
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | COVID Vaccination required**    BCYF Hyde Park serves Boston residents in Hyde Park and surrounding neighborhoods through a variety of programming beginning with toddlers all the way to seniors.
Requisition ID
2022-21698
Neighborhood
Hyde Park
Location
BCYF Hyde Park Community Center
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    Our organization provides services for all ages youth 5-18 and adults. After school and summer programming. We provide a workforce program where youth learn skills and gain knowledge as we prepare them for the workforce. We offer teen programming recreational activities and educational workshops/groups, computer lab programming.
Requisition ID
2022-21697
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
BCYF Perkins Community Center
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | COVID Vaccination required**   Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) founded in 1969 empowers Asians and new immigrants to build healthy families, achieve greater economic success, and contribute to thriving communities by providing a broad range of innovative and family-centered programs and services to more than 10,000 children, youth, and adults every year.
Requisition ID
2022-21695
Neighborhood
Chinatown
Location
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center
# of Openings
13
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination Required**   The Skating Club of Boston has been a leader in the training of elite skaters for over 100 years. In addition to that core mission, they partner with The City of Boston to run the Boston Frog Pond. At this location we not only offer skating in the Winter, but also run a spray pool during the summer free of charge to all who visit and a carousel open seasonally from mid April through October.
Requisition ID
2022-21694
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
The Skating Club of Boston
# of Openings
25
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-person| COVID Vaccination required**   CSTO offers year round community programming for residents/neighborhood with our K2-8 Square Roots programming including a School Year Afterschool and a Summer Program. CSTO also offers 2 Teen Internships which goes through cycles such as Media Makers, Film Curators, Intro to Tech, and Intro to A/V. Also, CSTO's Adult and Senior program includes offsite trips, health and wellness workshops, fitness classes, craft classes, social hours, and ESL classes. CSTO is committed to building powerful and strong communities through engaged residents and community members. One way in which we focus on this issue is through our civic engagement and advocacy work such as our work on the 2020 Census. CSTO has been committed to the 2020 Census since the summer of 2019 and have engaged with residents through 3 main focuses: Teen Programming & Civic Engagement, Resident Support & Access, and general Census Outreach. Teen Programming & Civic Education: Since July 2019, the Census has been incorporated into the civic engagement curriculum, which is already based in the pillars of the API's CAN! platform. Through this method, 60+ unduplicated interns have deeply learned about the Census, its importance, and how to complete it. Interns deeply learned about the census and its value before creating their own multimedia projects including documentary style videos, PSAs, infographics, posters, stickers, and more. Resident Support & Access: During the height of the pandemic, bilingual organizers were trained on the Census and helped establish our CSTO Census Support Hotline, where they have directly supported over 150+ Castle Square and Eva White residents in completing the Census. In addition, they have helped execute many of the activities and outreach methods CSTO has utilized including: social distanced canvassing & gift/food delivery, cold calling and phone banking, leading workshops, delivering printed materials, etc. Census Outreach: CSTO's commitment to Census outreach does not end at the Castle Square neighborhood and program participants. Prior to COVID19, CSTO had planned to continue its hosting of voter education and Census education events, such as the December 2019 film screening & Census event, Are You Counted? With the need to quickly adapt to the pandemic, CSTO reignited its social media presence and utilized its large-contact outreach methods such as Constant Contact and OneCallNow. Through twitter, email blasts, large-scale phone messaging, and creating a Census page on the CSTO website, we have adapted to continue our outreach in the larger Boston community.
Requisition ID
2022-21693
Neighborhood
South End
Location
Castle Square Tenants Organization
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid**   Since our beginning we've provided structured recreational activities to youth and young adults. Our main focus in the early days was to engage youth in basketball and baseball tournaments. And as of recently we've been in involved in food distribution, and noe food production. We are located in Sterling Square. We currently operate a Computer Lab and a Community Center, but our main focus is based in urban agriculture, and food access.
Requisition ID
2022-21692
Neighborhood
Mattapan
Location
Round Table, Inc.
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | COVID Vaccination Required**   Save the Harbor / Save the Bay is a non-profit public interest harbor advocacy organization. We are made up of community members, as well as scientists, and civic, corporate, cultural and community leaders whose mission is to restore and protect Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Bay, and the marine environment and advocate for equitable access to the regions beaches. Today we are the region’s leading voice for clean water, accessibility and continued public investment in Boston Harbor, the region’s public beaches, the Boston Harbor Islands and serve as the Boston Harbor Connection for a generation of young people and their families. Our free youth environmental education and family programs have connected nearly 250,000 young people and their families to Boston Harbor and the Boston Harbor Islands.   Since 1986, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay: Successfully advocated for the completion of the Boston Harbor cleanup, transforming Boston Harbor from a national disgrace into a source of recreational, educational and economic opportunity and civic pride. Led the effort to create the Boston Harbor Islands National Park, transforming 34 neglected islands into a remarkable destination for the region’s residents and visitors alike. Led the effort to virtually eliminate both combined sewer overflows and storm water discharges into North Dorchester Bay, transforming the South Boston beaches into some of the cleanest urban beaches in America. Continues to lead critical efforts to increase our understanding of our marine environment and improve water quality and beach flagging accuracy in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Bay, and on our public beaches from Nahant on the North Shore to Nantasket on the South Shore. Leads and manages the Metropolitan Beaches Commission for the Massachusetts Legislature.   In the past year, we have held three public hearings on racial equity, and accessibility for people with disabilities and people who speak languages other than English. Strengthens Boston’s waterfront neighborhoods and the region’s beachfront communities by hosting and sponsoring scores of free events and programs on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. We are particularly proud to say that Save the Harbor/Save the Bay has become the Boston Harbor Connection for the region’s underserved youth and families with free programs that have connected 250,000 youth and teens to Boston Harbor and the Harbor Islands since we began them in 2002
Requisition ID
2022-21691
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Save the Harbor/Save the Bay
# of Openings
16
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**  Marshall community center offers a wide range of diverse features and programs that are unique as the neighborhood we serve. Looking for after school program, computer lab, teen center, summer program. Each of these can be found at one or more of our BCYF community centers in addition to many amenities. This is why over 60,00 Boston residents visit our facilities each year.
Requisition ID
2022-21690
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
BCYF Marshall Community Center
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | COVID Vaccination required**   1631−1678 The Boston Fire Department traces its roots back to 1631, a year after the city was founded, when the first fire ordinance was adopted. In what then was the Massachusetts Bay Colony of the Kingdom of England, the city banned thatched roofs and wooden chimneys. However, it wasn't until 1653 that the first hand engine was appropriated to provide pressure for water lines. 1678−1837 In 1678, the city founded a paid fire department, and hired Thomas Atkins to be the first fire chief.[4] On February 1, 1711, the town appointed a group of Fire Wards, each responsible for the operation and maintenance of equipment assigned to a region of the city.[6] The grandfather and great grandfather of Herman Melville, Thomas Melvill, served as a town fire ward from 1779 to 1825, and Allen Melvill, served as an early firefighter 1733 to 1761. It was not until 1799 that the first leather fire hose was used, after being imported from England. 1837−1910 Firemen's Memorial (Boston) by John A. Wilson The department underwent its first reorganization in 1837 when the hand engine department reorganized, reducing the number of active engines to fourteen. By December 31, 1858, the department had 14 hand engines, 3 hook and ladder carriages, and 6 hydrant (hose) carriages. On November 1, 1859, Engine Co. 8 began service as the first steam engine in the department. The reorganization of 1859-60 replaced the department's 14 hand engines with 11 new steam engines, forming the departmental hierarchy still used today. The department was the first in the world to utilize the telegraph to alert fire fighters of an emergency, installing the system in 1851. The first fire alarm was transmitted via the Fire Alarm Telegraph system on April 29, 1852. The famous Boston fire of 1872 led to the appointment of a board of fire commissioners. The Boston Fire Department also provided assistance in the Great Chelsea Fire of 1908 and the Great Salem Fire of 1914. The department purchased its first steam fireboat in 1873, and installed fire poles in the stations in 1881.
Requisition ID
2022-21689
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Boston Fire Department - Teen Fire Academy
# of Openings
60
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | NO COVID Vaccination required**   The Boston Student Advisory Council (BSAC) is a body of student leaders representing their respective high schools, which serves as the voice of students to the Boston School Committee and Boston Public Schools district leaders. Participating members offer their perspectives on education reform and inform their respective schools about relevant citywide school issues. BSAC is the primary vehicle for student voice and youth engagement across the Boston Public Schools. In recent years, BSAC has played a key role in advising the Boston School Committee and the Superintendent on district policy, working with the Headmasters on student climate issues, and informing students of their rights and responsibilities under district rules. Over the last 10 years BSAC has worked on issues and informed policy changes such as: Code of Conduct Policy, Punctuality Policy, Homework Policy, Cell Phone Policy, Teacher Evaluation & Hiring, Student Government, School Safety, BPS Budget and School Quality.
Requisition ID
2022-21688
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Public Schools - Boston Student Advisory Council
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    At BCYF, we've been enhancing the lives of Boston residents for almost 40 years , We offer affordable programs for MATTAPAN residents of all ages . Our goal is to provide quality programs that enrich the lives of residents and meet the needs of the community.
Requisition ID
2022-21687
Neighborhood
Mattapan
Location
BCYF Gallivan Community Center
# of Openings
16
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-person | COVID Vaccination required**   EBNHC is the leading health care provider in our service area, and among the largest community health centers in the country. During the past two decades, EBNHC has grown to care for more than 300,000 patient visits per year— more than any other ambulatory care center in New England. We deliver 1,000 babies annually, and our Pediatrics Department cares for almost every child living in East Boston. The Let's Get Movin' program works predominantly with ethnically diverse, low-income children and families who are at particular health risk and who otherwise might not have access to physical activity and nutrition services. LGM serves over 200 youth and families who are patients of the health center year round through our after-school programming and nutrition classes. Additionally, LGM works with the community at large providing in school nutrition classes in East Boston schools, running the East Boston farmers market and CSA, operating a community garden, and hosting an annual community wide 5K walk/run.
Requisition ID
2022-21686
Neighborhood
East Boston
Location
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
# of Openings
5
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | NO COVID Vaccination required**   Since 2000, we have developed initiatives that immigrant leaders and organizers have identified as critical to advancing immigrant grassroots leadership and organizing. These include: • We have trained over 450 immigrant leaders and activists in the Grassroots Leadership Institute (GLI), an adaptive series of trainings that is offered as a 5-session, 30-hour training curriculum offered in Spanish and English. The GLI shares strategies and tactics to promote grassroots leadership in organizations, campaigns and initiatives. • Since 2012, CSIO has organized the Grassroots Leadership Network (GLN), a cohort involving GLI graduates and other activists over 300 graduates of the GLI and other leaders. This network facilitates dialogues, conducts trainings and organizes activities to develop greater solidarity across immigrant communities. • Since 2013, our Youth Ubuntu Project has involved over 900 Latinx, African, Caribbean and Asian teens in youth leadership and solidarity. Working with our partner ACEDONE, we have facilitated 2 BPS-wide immigrant youth leadership summits, teen led actions like the Immigrant Youth Speak Out, 6 intensive summer leadership programs, a series of social justice actions, and a campaign to improve BPS English Learner instruction. - Network of Immigrant and African American Solidarity, which builds solidarity among African Americans and immigrants of color.
Requisition ID
2022-21685
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Center to Support Immigrant Organizing
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid**   RTH was established in 1969, the result of a movement of neighborhood residents and allies to resist institutional expansion, destruction of housing, and displacement. Currently, our residents range in age from birth to elder (90+), and speak languages including Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Somali and others. We primarily serve the over 2000 residents of RTH properties as well as members of the surrounding community, with childcare programs, health and wellness programs, workforce development programs, and social support services. We engage the community in community cultural events as well.
Requisition ID
2022-21684
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Roxbury Tenants of Harvard
# of Openings
22
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    Jackson Mann is a community based mulyicultural, educational, resource and referral agency located within a Boston Public School, serving primarily low to moderate income families. jackson Mann provides Preschool, Afterschool,Adult Education, Teen Programming and recreation and Enrichment programming.Jackson Mann Community Center serves the children and families of the Allston/Brighton Community and surrounding areas. We accept children of all abilities and disabilities and have been serving the residents and workers in the neighborhood for ovrt 30 years.
Requisition ID
2022-21683
Neighborhood
Allston
Location
BCYF Jackson Mann Community Center
# of Openings
23
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**   The Parks & Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with clean, green , safe and accessible open space in 2100 areas of parkland throughout the City.
Requisition ID
2022-21681
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Boston Parks & Rec - Boston Neighborhood Basketball League (BNBL)
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination Required**   **This position requires an additional application: https://treeboston.org/tutc2022app/   Speak for the Trees was founded in 2018 with the mission to improve the size, health and equity of Boston’s urban forest. We work at the community level in under-served and under-canopied neighborhoods to plant trees, educate residents about the importance of trees, and improve tree health and survivability. We run educational and community outreach programs, including our Teen Urban Tree Corps (TUTC), train volunteers to care for city trees, and conduct tree giveaway and planting programs with the help of our volunTREErs in Boston. TUTC now includes both a summer and a school-year program. Working alongside local organizations and residents allows us to effectively advocate for updated municipal policies and tree plantings that facilitate a healthier, larger, and more equitable urban forest that reflects the diverse backgrounds and values of all Boston’s residents.
Requisition ID
2022-21679
Neighborhood
Boston (downtown)
Location
Speak for the Trees
# of Openings
8
Post End Date
7/10/2022

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