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**This position will be: Hybrid | No COVID Vaccination required**   Beat The Odds Boston is a creative youth development program that was launched in 2019 by a group of individuals invested in helping kids in Boston beat the odds. As artists themselves growing up in Boston, the founders wanted to inspire and give back to the youth in Boston to prepare them for their future and help them be successful in the music industry. The mission aims to provide youth living in Boston with an artistic outlet while giving them the ability to address their mental health needs. We operate our program throughout the school year. We host our group workshops and classes Mondays and Wednesdays from 4pm-8pm in Dorchester, MA. Our weekly empowerment group is called Marathon Monday. BTO staff and at least one qualified professional or social worker will hold a group discussion with the youth participants, on a specific topic or current event related to mental health and trauma. We provide the youth with knowledge about mental health resources available to them through the city, BPS, and local non-profits. On Wednesday, the program consists of youth from disadvantaged neighborhoods in Boston participating in one of four creative programs: music production, artist development, videography, and dance. We provide inner city youth ages 13-22 with year round programming. Our virtual sessions are held on Fridays. Our partnership with The Record Company a non profit organization recording facility allows us to provide our youth participants with a professional workspace. Workshops include: Artist Development Music Production Dance / Choreography Content Creation Marathon Monday
Requisition ID
2022-21634
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Beat The Odds
# of Openings
20
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | NO COVID Vaccination required**   Boston Police Visionaries program was created to partner with the We belong leadership Program that introduces youth in the city to public service and to see their true potential. The program is designed for youth to teach youth how to become stakeholders in the community and to use their voice to create change in their neighborhood(s). During the summer the youth will work in the community, meet key stakeholders and learn ways to get more involved in community service. The youth will participate in numerous leadership activities that focuses on education, workforce development, civic engagement, mental health and personal branding. The program is in its second year and its second summer.
Requisition ID
2022-21633
Neighborhood
Roxbury Crossing
Location
Boston Police Department - BPD Visionaries
# of Openings
24
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | COVID Vaccination Required**   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 Latinx 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 that is connected throughout Boston and beyond. We host a summer program serving about 120 students, offering academic classes in Math and English in the morning and fun athletic and artistic activities in the afternoon. This year we also started a pilot to offer high school students a dual enrollment opportunity that can earn them college credit at no cost to families and which we hope will expand in the future to include more students and more partner schools.
Requisition ID
2022-21632
Neighborhood
Dorchester
Location
Mauricio Gaston Institute
# of Openings
16
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In- Person | COVID Vaccination Required**   Kwong Kow Chinese School was founded in 1916 and was established as an educational institution to help maintain Chinese heritage among overseas Chinese. The school became a nonprofit in 1981 in order to endure the sustainability of the School as a community service. Through its long and distinguished history, KKCS has provided Chinese language and cultural education, academic support, and recreational programs for more than 20,000 children of Chinese immigrants in the Boston/Greater Boston/Eastern Massachusetts region. Operating after school, on Saturdays and Sundays, and during the summer, KKCS fills a critical need for quality out-of-school programming for ages 5-13.
Requisition ID
2022-21631
Neighborhood
Chinatown
Location
Kwong Kow Chinese School
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: Hybrid | No COVID Vaccination required**    ACE’s commitment has always been to improve environmental justice and civil rights for our community by addressing systemic racism and its impacts on environmental justice. ACE is currently engaged in campaigns to reduce decades of pollution and the heat island effect. We recognize that environmental injustices affect lower income communities and communities of color worldwide, and that working in collaboration with other communities and youth-led groups help to strengthen our work and make it more effective. Public transit is a vital service for communities throughout the state of Massachusetts and across the country. Particularly in lower-income communities and communities of color, where car ownership is less common and environmental injustice is already severe, public transit allows residents access to employment opportunities, school, friends and family, and goods and services, while reducing pollution and contributing to a healthy lifestyle. Although public transit is such an important service for urban communities, local governments and transit agencies systematically fail to meet the needs of transit-dependent neighborhoods in Greater Boston and across the state.
Requisition ID
2022-21630
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
ACE Alternatives for Community
# of Openings
15
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    **This position requires an additional application: http://bit.ly/EPapplication    Incorporated in 1991, ACCESS has been serving immigrant individuals and families as they navigate their new lives in America. Our programs and services include adult ESOL classes, adult basic computer classes, family life programming, and children enrichment programming. We also offer light stretching classes to the seniors living in Tai Tung Village Apartments, and we host several community events throughout the year. Our participants are predominantly Asian, low-income, immigrant individuals and familes.
Requisition ID
2022-21629
Neighborhood
Chinatown
Location
American Chinese Christian Educational and Social Services, Inc.
# of Openings
4
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    About Fresh is a Boston area nonprofit on a mission to strengthen communities by getting healthy food to the households that need it most. Our programs are built to be integrated into community health systems. Fresh Truck mobile markets bring affordable, healthy food to Boston neighborhoods Fresh Connect is a pre-paid debit card and analytic platform that enables health care providers to cover the cost of healthy food for patients and measure related health impacts Fresh Box a direct-to-doorstep contactless delivery of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other grocery staples developed as a response to the COVID crisis. In 2020, About Fresh provided increased, high-quality fresh food access to about 4,000 Boston residents on a monthly basis. Participants include people from a range of demographics including elderly, multicultural, and households with children. All of About Fresh’s program offerings operate year-round providing community members with consistent, reliable opportunities to access fresh food. About Fresh was started in 2013 when the CEO and co-founder, Josh Trautwein, was working as a health educator at the MGH Charlestown Healthcare Center. He kept hearing from his families that it was difficult to shop for healthy food — at that time, the only grocery store in the neighborhood was shut down for a year-long renovation. The health center had no way of solving the fact that patients didn’t have access to the food they needed to stay healthy. It was this experience that inspired Fresh Truck to rethink the traditional grocery store model, make it mobile and bring food closer to the people that need it the most.
Requisition ID
2022-21628
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
About Fresh
# of Openings
6
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: Hybrid | COVID Vaccination required**  - COVID Vaccination required. ACDC was born in response to critical community needs. During the mid 1980’s, when Boston’s Chinatown sorely lacked affordable housing, Asian immigrants and other low income families had extreme difficulty in securing affordable homes, forcing many out of the neighborhood and into the suburbs where even greater cultural and linguistic barriers limited their access to essential services and job opportunities. Community leaders founded ACDC to address these injustices. The organization works in underserved and immigrant Asian American communities in the Greater Boston region to create and preserve affordable, sustainable, and healthy neighborhoods. We achieve this by building affordable homes and vibrant spaces, empowering families with asset-building tools, and strengthening communities through resident and youth leadership. We are a HUD-approved housing counseling agency. We offer home buying services through group workshops and one-on-one counseling in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. ACDC additionally provides financial literacy workshops covering topics such as budgeting, maximizing savings, credit building. Asian Voices of Organized Youth for Community Empowerment (A-VOYCE) is ACDC’s dynamic leadership program for youth from Greater Boston. A-VOYCE brings youth together to use their voices in affecting positive change in the community through the power of dialogue, storytelling and placemaking. A-VOYCE serves high school-aged youth from the Greater Boston area, with an emphasis on low-income, immigrant youth. The year-round program consists of a comprehensive curriculum of community development and cultural identity. We serve Greater Boston's Asian American community through a variety of programs. Through our real estate development activities and our community programs, we seek to preserve, revitalize, and build physical, cultural, and economic capital specifically in Chinatown as well as in cities in Greater Boston where there is a significant number of Asian American households. ACDC also partners with community organizations to run voter education and registration campaigns throughout Boston, Malden and Quincy, to increase voter turnout in the Asian and Asian American community. ACDC also offers resident and community centered programming such as Residence Lab; a collaboration between local artists and Chinatown residents, creative placekeeping and space activation such as SaturPLAY and ThinkChinatown, and more.
Requisition ID
2022-21627
Neighborhood
Chinatown
Location
Asian Community Development Corporation
# of Openings
7
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | No COVID Vaccination required**   The Boston Housing Authority (BHA) is a public agency that provides subsidized housing to low and moderate income individuals and families. In addition to conventional public housing communities throughout Boston, BHA offers rental assistance programs.
Requisition ID
2022-21626
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
Boston Housing Authority
# of Openings
15
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: Hybrid | COVID Vaccination required**    COVID Vaccination required. The Afrimerican Academy is a Hybrid educational platform providing culturally competent & restorative project management training for youth of color in Boston, MA. We exist to 'nurture a culture to thrive' in communities of color. Our parent organization is the Afrimerican Culture Initiative Inc. (ACI) a Boston based non profit organization with the mission to 'build cultural bridges in the African diaspora through Education, Technology & Travel'. ACI is a restorative project management firm that designs and builds projects that build community, repair harm & promote inclusivity in communities of color. The Afrimerican Academy's equity focused approach to integration of project based virtual instruction with restorative in-person enrichments offer our youth summer camp and after school experiences that will prepare them to become strong decision makers with effective communication skills. We offer services to high school (15-18 yrs) , Senior leader (19-23 yrs), Undergrad/Graduate project based learning (for Northeastern University) as well as many community based workshops and virtual educational events. We have been apart of the City of Boston Youth Employment & Engagement program since 2020 and it has been a great success. The students have grown and so have we.
Requisition ID
2022-21625
Neighborhood
Hyde Park
Location
Afrimerican Culture Inititive Inc.
# of Openings
14
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: Hybrid | NO COVID Vaccination required**   G.R.O.W. Girls Reflecting Our World (GROW) is a community-based girl’s mentorship and leadership program focused on building community-youth-police relationship building. This program specifically focuses on middle to high schooled aged girls who live in and or attends school in the inner city of Boston. We focus on middle schooled aged girls as a core and support them into the transition into high school. GROW focuses on providing experiences and opportunities for young girls to carry with them throughout their lifetime by teaching life skills, social skills and over-all character-building opportunities. The program focusses on promoting self-esteem building, leadership building, problem solving, interpersonal skills, growth and mentorship. The main goal of the program is to support, inspire, and mentor young as they transition from adolescence to young adulthood and create, provide and encourage opportunities otherwise not available to these young girls. As this program grows, we continue to foster and grow those relationships not just with the youth but the families as well.
Requisition ID
2022-21624
Neighborhood
Roxbury Crossing
Location
Boston Police Department - Girls Reflecting our World
# of Openings
10
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    BCYF Menino Mission and Purpose Statement Mission The mission of the BCYF Menino Community Center is to enhance the life quality of the residents in the neighborhood by partnering with various organizations to offer a wide range of comprehensive programs and activities according to neighborhood needs and interest. Purpose The purpose of this organization is to conduct fundraising, grant writing, and to create and administer various programs and activities for the people of the City of Boston.
Requisition ID
2022-21623
Neighborhood
Roslindale
Location
BCYF Menino Community Center
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-person | NO COVID Vaccination required**   Mission Statement:Act up with 5-0 is an arts program which incorporates monologues, scene work, poetry, visual arts, dance, videography, photography and various other forms of art in an environment where police and youth are able to overcome trauma through artistic creativity. In communities filled with trauma, most times the best form of release is through art. This Program will allow youth to enhance their socio-emotional wellbeing through artistic creativity. Officers and youth will engage in dialogue during each class that will relate the topic of that week to experiences in their own lives. Through this dialogue, they will be able to capture emotions of their thoughts and memories, then transition that same emotion into their artistic presentations. Youth will learn how to foster positive relationship with each other and help each other grow both personally and as artist. Youth will learn that police have many similarities to them in terms of their upbringing, language, and trauma in life, sports, neighborhoods, schools, emotions and various other aspects including common interest such as art. Population: Act Up youth come from various high schools and middle schools in the city of Boston. Most of our youth live in the areas of Dorchester, Mattapan and Hyde Park. Act Up with 5-0 consist of an “Upper” division of high school youth and the Act Up “Littles”, which are elementary and middle school youth. Each summer we've served about 20 - 30 youth in our Upper program. Each school year, we serve about 17-20 youth.
Requisition ID
2022-21622
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Boston Police Department (BPD HQ) - Act Up with 5-0
# of Openings
24
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | COVID Vaccination Required**   **This position requires an additional application: https://forms.gle/g4TafW4XFqmwen5T7   In 1997, Mel King saw a need in the Boston community to create access to technology & the opportunities it offers. With support from Tent City Corporation, MIT, and the Timothy Smith Fund, the South End Technology Center @ Tent City (SETC) was established in Boston’s Tent City, a mixed income housing community. In 2001, Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn (L2TT2L) was established as a preeminent education initiative at SETC and continued at SETC through the summer of 2020 with Dr. Susan Klimczak as the education organizer(director). For 20 years, L2TT2L has provided jobs, STEM enrichment and community service opportunities for 30-36 Boston teens annually. Each year these teen youth teachers offer free 3-4 week summer STEAM Camps for 400-600 elementary and middle school children at 20+ Boston community organizations located in neighborhoods of Boston most in need of education resources. In Fall 2020 the new executive director wanted to take SETC in a different direction, so the L2TT2L program is relocating to the Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, a long time collaborator with L2TT2L and SETC. Mel King and Dr. Susan Klimczak always wanted to seed L2TT2L in a Boston public school so they worked to establish a digital design and fabrication laboratory at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School. Establishing L2TT2L as an after school & summer program starting in 2021 is a natural step to take with the help of L2TT2L’s new fiscal agent, Madison Park Career Tech Foundation. L2TT2L continues to engage Boston youth year-round in computer programming, microcontroller coding, digital design and fabrication, electronics, alternative energy and mechanical engineering through a summer jobs program and through after school programming during the school year.
Requisition ID
2022-21621
Neighborhood
Roxbury
Location
Learn 2 Teach, Teach 2 Learn
# of Openings
12
Post End Date
7/10/2022
** This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**    Participants have the opportunity to balance academic tasks with daily fitness and recreational activities, teaching them healthy physical skills, and providing nutritional information along with daily snacks. There will be daily and weekly scheduled activities such as gym games, swim instruction, roller skating, along with dance, music, art, and seasonal, intramural and competitive sports. 100% of our participants are involved in fitness activities. We offered activities 6 days a week, Monday – Saturday. The children have access to swimming activities at least 4 days a week. There are at least 3 opportunities per week for the students to participate in activities with our athletic department. These activities can include, but are not limited to, roller skating, cooperative games, skill building activities and skills development. Currently about 100% of all children are participating in fitness activities at least 2 times per week. BCYF Mildred Ave Community Center has added a soccer program, Jr.Celtics Basketball skills development for 3rd – 5th graders, yoga, graphic/tshirt design., coding and illustrator. We have added Skills and Drills basketball fundamentals, 4 hours on Saturday where kids learn rules of the game then get to play. We have added boxing/ cardio conditioning, basic instruction and conditioning for kids who do not play traditional sports so they will have an opportunity to get exercise in a fun way. We have also added youth football clinics, which are non-contact and focuses on conditioning and basic understanding of the sport. The 6 week clinics were 4 hours on Saturdays, with a lunch break, are concluded with games of flag football. We have been an ongoing participant of SuccessLink Summer and School Year Programs. We hire approximately 22 -30 youth during the summers and about 10-12 during the school year that support us in athletics, aquatics, teen center, office/administrative duties, computers and maintenance.
Requisition ID
2022-21620
Neighborhood
Mattapan
Location
BCYF Mildred Ave Community Center
# of Openings
21
Post End Date
7/10/2022
**This position will be: In-Person | No COVID Vaccination required**   BCYF Tobin Community Center (BCYF Tobin CC) is housed in the Mission Hill neighborhood. It is a neighborhood rich in people diversity, culture and institutions which set it a part from more traditional neighborhoods. Residents coexist with the largest hospital complex in the region. The Tobin, incorporated in 1987, offers a wide range of activities and programs including; a licensed summer camp for ninety children ages 6-12, an After School Program for sixty children ages 6-12, a Computer Center with fourteen work stations and computer classes for all ages, a city-wide Youth Connection Program for youth ages 13-19, and a Drop-In Program for youth ages 6-17. BCYF Tobin CC also has a very busy Athletic Department that provides numerous athletic leagues, tournaments, and recreational activities. In addition, BCYF Tobin CC also supports many of its' local schools by providing space for physical education and sports events. BCYF Tobin CC is governed by a fifteen-member neighborhood Council. The Council meets monthly to asses, plan, implement, and evaluate the BCYF Tobin CC programs and services. Over 65% of the members are residents of the Mission Hill community and therefore, represents the diversity of the neighborhood.
Requisition ID
2022-21619
Neighborhood
Mission Hill
Location
BCYF Tobin Community Center
# of Openings
29
Post End Date
7/10/2022
to provide community youth the opportunity to grow and learn in a professional and supportive environment.
Requisition ID
2021-21092
Neighborhood
Boston
Location
YMCA of Greater Boston - Wang
# of Openings
1
Post End Date
7/10/2022

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