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Beantown Society is a youth led organization that was started in 2004 by young Black and brown youth in Roxbury and Jamaica Plain. The main reason the organization was created was because they were facing a lot of violence in their communities and needed a safe space to meet, grow and heal as people. Now, Beantown has kept that mission along with continuing to center youth and their passions and interests. This program encourages young people to find their voice and grow in leadership as we also help educate about social justice issues.
Vine Street's objective is to provide a safe and enriching learning environment for all staff and employees. We encourage community and youth involvement to support families in the greater Boston area.
our objective is to offer our membership safe and healthy activities throughout the fall and winter months. having extra help beside our full time employees will allow us to up the number of participants in our programs.
Great Customer service skills. Able to send emails. Complete different task. Answer phones. Taking notes.
Our objective and overview is to heip our youth gain a positive sense of self, learn self control, develop decision making skills, and gain pro-social connetedness with their peers and staff. Through their working experience we hope to enhance the quality of life for them through their working experience. Our overview is to continue partnering with community center councils, agencies, and businesses to support all our youth, families and community as a whole through the many resources we offer.
BCYF QuincyCC offers affordable programs and activities for residents of all ages across the City. Our goal is to provide quality programs that enrich the lives of residents and meet the needs of the community. Our ACES Framework helps guide us to make sure our programs are focused around: * Arts; * Community and civic engagement; * Education; and * Sports, fitness, recreation, and health.
Our organization provides services for youth ages 5-21. We provide after school programming for younger youth and teen programming in forms of recreational and educational workshops and groups, open computer lab.
The East Boston Harborside Community School is a non- profit, incorporated, multi service agency serving East Boston and surrounding communities. The EBHCSC is charged with meeting the educational, social, cultural, and recreational needs of its service population including children, teens, families, adults and seniors of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
The Ohrenberger Community Center objective is to continue to provide quality services to West Roxbury, Hyde Park, Roslindale, Jamaica Plain & its neighboring communities.
Counselor and Administrative Assistant: Help assist with the supervision and monitoring of youth, interact/participate with youth during activities and enrichments, and assist staff with daily tasks and responsibilities.
BCYF Mildred Ave Community Center provide services to children and teens from low to moderate income families with affordable and accessible out-of-school time programming at BCYF Mildred Avenue Community Center. The After-School Program’s primary objective is to offer high quality, affordable, and geographically accessible structured activities for children and teens between the critical, after-school hours of 2:30-8:30 pm. For many members of the Mattapan neighborhood, BCYF Mildred Avenue Community Center is their lifeline for extra curricula activity, a place where young people find enrichment through academic support, sports intramurals, along with opportunities to participate in positive social outlets not generally accessed by high-risk youth.
.Our objective is to give the best quality training and workshops. Our framework \ overview starts with allowing the participant to learn independent self-control, encouragement with reassurance we guarantee them the full basis of the work environments with would allow them to work with self- confidence and knowledge of the job they choice to pursue/
We support children, youths, individuals, and families through a wide range of programs and services. We offer numerous programs for all different ages. Some of our programs include basketball, soccer, volleyball, wiffleball, Zumba, paint night, Senior program, summer and afterschool program, etc. The Successlink employee is responsible for providing supervision, instruction, and ongoing assistance to program staff, program participants and the program managers. A primary function of this and every other job at the Martin Pino Community Center is to ensure that each program participant receives the highest caliber of service.
Our prime objective is to try to develop life skills to succeed later in life
The Leahy Holloran Community Center (LHCC), is a non profit community center located in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. For over thirty years, the LHCC has distinguished itself within the Dorchester community by providing relevant, high quality, and financially accessible programs. Some of these notable programs include, our summer camp, aquatics lessons, and elderly programing. The LHCC boasts countless recreational and athletic programs including a youth flag football league, basketball leagues, volleyball, and a new in house rock wall program. The center also provides much needed educational support during out of school time. Our award winning afterschool program has been named a 21st Century Demonstration Site by the United States Department of Education. We also have a school year preschool program that is accredited by the NAEYC. Whether it's through gym, swim, homework help, or just plain fun, our center touches the lives of hundreds of Dorchester youth and teens each year. Through engaging activities, educational & recreational field trips, leadership opportunities, employment, and so much more, we work to better the lives of youth and families in Dorchester.We primarily serve youth and families from the Dorchester neighborhood in Boston. Dorchester remains one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the City of Boston and our center reflects that fact. The majority of our youth come from different backgrounds but they find common ground at the Leahy Holloran. We serve ages 6 months through seniors with the bulk of our population being between the ages of 7 -18.
To provide skills to youth to ready them for the professional world. To support, encourage, and educate. To help build a solid foundation in our youth to grow and become leaders, and helpers in their own time, enabling our youth to be the change we need.
BCYF offers after school programs that enhance and supplement what youth and teens learn in school.
The Hennigan's objective is to improve and enhance the academic, emotional, social, and recreational opportunities for the area youth.
Peer leaders plan and implement supervised by Leader and Youth worker game nights, out of school time activities and teen events at the BCYF Gallivan
Curtis Hall is one of 35 Community Centers that offers a variety of programs for youths, adults, seniors. We serve Youths from all areas of Boston. We provide programs at affordable to no cost for families.