All Dorchester Sports and Leadership is looking for a proactive, charismatic, energetic and creative individual who enjoys working with children to coordinate its afterschool and Summer enrichment programs:

  • Summer Enrichment Program
  • Healthy Eating Classes, “Fit Kitchen”
  • After-School Enrichment Program

The Enrichment Coordinator will help develop, implement and oversee the year long curriculum with the guidance of the Director of Operations. The coordinator will plan and lead appropriate activities for the allotted times and will supervise both children, support staff (i.e. counselors) and volunteers to ensure the program’s success and efficiency. Programming will include elements of academic enrichment, arts and crafts, physical activity, music, field-trips and more. The Enrichment Coordinator will have the responsibility of choosing daily activities and schedules. Full job description linked here.

Director of Youth Program: The primary responsibility of the Director of Youth Program is to oversee youth program at Boston and Quincy. The responsibilities include to design, implement, monitor and evaluate youth leadership programs, college access programs, youth mentoring, teen employment; maintain program records, files, and documentation; work with agency fiscal administrator to design and monitor youth program budget, to support grant-writing and report to funding sources. The director manages external partnerships with school districts and schools and other educational institutions. The director supervises staff, interns, volunteers, and youth in education programs. The director of youth program is part of BCNC management team. This position is supervised by the Chief Program Officer. Full job descriptionlinked here.

Part-Time Youth Program Associate: Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center’s Youth Center department provides free, year-round youth development programming that empowers Asian American and Asian immigrant youth in Greater Boston, primarily in Boston and Quincy. The program serves 170 youth aged 13 to 18 annually in the areas of leadership development, college access, and workforce readiness. We seek to hire an enthusiastic individual to join our Youth Center team as a part-time Youth Program Associate in our Boston office. Reporting to the Director of Youth Program, the Youth Program Associate is a part-time position (25 hours/week, $18.50/hour) responsible for implementing YouLead, a youth leadership development program. This position is eligible for part-time benefits (including health and dental insurance and 15 vacation days). Full job description linked here.

As a thriving nonprofit organization, Boston Explorers is looking for a visionary Executive Director to build upon our existing programming, while bringing their own innovative ideas, a fresh perspective and new partnerships that will shepherd the organization to the next level of growth and development.

As the principal leader, the Executive Director will carry out the mission of Boston Explorers, executing the program’s guiding principles of creativity, hands-on learning, autonomy, spontaneous play, exercise, character-building and civic engagement. The Executive Director works in close partnership with the Assistant Director and reports to the Board of Directors. Full job description linked here.

Boston Partners in Education (BPIE) is seeking an AmeriCorps Mentoring Advocate to serve as the Community Engagement Coordinator for 2022-2023. The Advocate’s primary goals will be to review and recommend suggestions to increase community and family engagement and agency, towards mentee recruitment, strengthening our partnerships with teachers and schools, allowing us to better communicate our mission, and recruit more student mentees. The Advocate will also continue to build our capacity in community outreach, mentor recruitment, and family engagement. Finally, the Advocate will continue the work from 2021/2022 to build upon our volunteer engagement strategies and increase our match support capacity while serving with a close knit team. Full job description linked here.

Head Soccer Coach job description linked here.

Click on this link and scroll down to view opportunities in South Boston. The team is currently looking for several Summer Camp Counselors. The major responsibility of the Camp Counselor is to assist in the daily delivery of a wide variety of developmentally appropriate programs and activities. Participate in all activities and insure that campers participate as well.

Manager of College Access: Breakthrough Greater Boston is currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Manager of College Access (MCA) to oversee all aspects of programming for 11th and 12th grade students at the Cambridge Campus. The MCA will be responsible for ensuring that 11th and 12th grade students at their campus are fully supported as they apply and matriculate to college by offering intentional programming, individualized resources, and advocacy. The MCA works closely with other members of a dynamic Program Team and reports directly to the Managing Director of College Access and Success. Full job description linked here.

Director of High School Programs: Breakthrough Greater Boston is currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Director of High School (DHS) to oversee all aspects of programming for 9th – 11th grade students at our Boston Campus. The DHS will be responsible for advising and supporting students as they make the critical transition from middle to high school and navigate the first three years of high school. The DHS works closely with other members of a dynamic Program Team and reports directly to the Managing Director of College Access and Success. Full job description linked here.

Summer Counselor: Professional staff members play an instrumental role in the success of our Students Teaching Students model. BTGB is seeking part-time Summer Counselors at each of our campuses: Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. At each campus the Summer Counselor will be responsible for supporting our students’ social-emotional health. The Summer Counselor trains and supports our teachers and professional staff in that effort and reports directly to the Director of Student Services. Full job description linked here.

Program Fellow: Program Fellows will gain immersive programming experience at a successful nonprofit. BTGB is seeking to hire Program Fellows at each of its sites in Cambridge, Boston and
Somerville. At each campus, Program Fellows will be supervised by a Summer Program Director. Full job description linked here.

Part time roles can be found here.

Square Tech IT Training Coordinator: The Square Tech IT Coordinator is a full-time position that facilitates the Square Tech Training Program. The coordinator oversees the program’s day-to day activities for both academic year and summer programming. This position reports to the Square Tech IT Program Manager and works closely with the Manager on various aspects of the program such as implementing evaluation and assessment tools, creating reports, and completing administrative tasks. This position will also be involved in classroom activities and working directly with program participants. The coordinator will be youth oriented and interested in incorporating technology-based themes and activities into curriculum. Full job description linked here.

Square Tech IT Instructor: The Square Tech IT Instructor is a part-time position that will develop and teach a course curriculum for high school students on technology such as PC hardware, networking and computer science. This position would likely be a good fit for a current college student. A full list of responsibilities and qualifications are linked here.

At Children’s Services of Roxbury (CSR), 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. We are looking for young people eager to lead and develop their skills while gaining exposure to new and exciting experiences! Youth must commit to Monday-Friday 4:30 pm-6:30 pm. They will receive an hourly rate of $13.50 per hour. Youth must be between the ages of 15-18 to be considered. This can be a great start for youth looking for their first job or wanting to improve their leadership and public speaking skills. Full job description linked here, and flyer linked here.

Senior Director of Programs: The Senior Director of Programs will oversee all programming at the East Boston Social Centers, help drive continued growth and impact, expand evaluation approaches and spearhead development of new programming in response to community needs. Full job description linked here.

Universal Pre-K Quality Manager: The Universal Pre-K Quality Manager will help launch and lead our implementation of a UPK classroom in partnership with Boston Public Schools. They will report directly to the East Boston Social Center’s Director of Early Learning Programs. Full job description linked here.

Project Manager: The Project Manager will manage our work for a 5-year federal grant (and also work closely with two other major grant sources), to help all East Boston children enter Kindergarten thriving, joyful, and ready to learn. They will oversee the day to day operations for the Resilient Families framework at the East Boston Social Centers including coordinating the Steering Committee; building a cross sector set of stakeholders by recruiting, supporting, and engaging community partners in subcommittees; and ensuring diversity, equity and inclusion and parent/family leadership are centered in the work. Full job description linked here.

Parent Leader Specialist: The Parent Leader Specialist will play an important role in expanding our innovative parent leadership model to help support the diverse children and families of East Boston. This individual will establish and maintain supportive relationships with over 20 multicultural parent leaders for the East Boston Family Engagement Network and Every Child Shines movement. The Specialist will demonstrate excellent service in a variety of supports and activities to elevate the work of the Parent Leaders. Full job description linked here.

East Boston Social Centers is hiring for multiple other positions as well, which can be found here.

Part-Time Teaching Positions: The following positions are currently available:

  • Youth Creative Arts Lead Teacher
  • Youth Programs Teaching Assistants for Creative Arts
  • Youth Woodworking Teachers

View full job descriptions for these positions here.

Part-Time BPS Liaison: The HMS MEDscience Boston Public School (BPS) Liaison is responsible for the relationship between HMS MEDscience and Boston Public Schools to ensure delivery of high quality programming to all students. This position directly supports the work that advances the goals and vision of HMS MEDscience ( The team member will work effectively within a culture inclusive of individuals with diverse backgrounds, styles, abilities, and motivations, and appreciate and leverage the capabilities, insights, and ideas of all individuals. View full job description here.

MEDscience Assistant Teacher: Full time teacher assistant teaching basic Anatomy and Physiology to high school students for the HMS MEDscience Program.

  1. Acts as Assistant Teacher alongside Education Program Lead (EPL) to deliver interactive lectures, simulation cases, and debriefs, utilizing our specific program pedagogy aligned with program goals of critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and continued interest in the STEM fields/careers.
  2. Be a team player in our interactive, dynamic and fast paced environment.

View full job description here.

The Executive Director of Horizons Greater Boston will lead Horizons at Mattahunt’s continued growth and success through effective partnership with a variety of stakeholders, including Horizons students and families, staff, Board, and donors; The Mattahunt Elementary School administrative leadership and broader community; The Mattahunt Toussaint L-Overture Dual Language program; Boston Public Schools; and Horizons National. The Executive Director will oversee all aspects of Horizons’ activities and operations, including: ensuring the quality of all programming; hiring and supervising a team of staff; managing an annual budget in excess of $300,000; and broadening Horizons’ base of support through effective fundraising and marketing initiatives. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic nonprofit or education professional to join and lead an exceptional program that is committed to closing the opportunity and achievement gaps for students in Greater Boston. The Executive Director will benefit from Horizons’ strong community of support, including talented staff, committed families, an experienced Board and the Horizons nationwide network of affiliates. Click here for the full description.

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston is currently seeking a Teen New Media Program Assistant (TNMPA). The TNMPA supports the ICA’s efforts to connect Boston-area youth with contemporary art by providing opportunities to engage with new media, including digital filmmaking, digital photography, and music production. The TNMPA will assist with the planning, development, and facilitation of Teen New Media workshops. The TNMPA will also support the Teen Programs by maintaining files, providing data entry and tracking, processing program registrations, and coordinating with teachers in Boston Public Schools and other entities to help ensure a successful program. This is a full-time, hourly position. Pay rate: $18 per hour. Because the TNMPA supports out-of-school time programs, some weekend and evening hours are required. Full job description linked here.

The Athletics & Community Manager  will be responsible for overseeing our athletics program, enhancing student engagement and community culture, overseeing all administrative and operational aspects of the Level Ground gym, and increasing presence on social media. You will perform all responsibilities with support from our youth managers, teaching them how to perform all management duties so they may develop professional skills. Additional preferred skills include personal training and/or ability to coach martial arts.

This is a full-time position (35-40 hours per week). Onsite presence is required Monday – Friday 4 – 9 pm during program hours, with additional hours performed remotely. Additional onsite hours are required during the summer months starting at 2 pm. View full job description linked here

Mass Audubon’s Action Agenda—our five-year blueprint for addressing the greatest conservation threats of our time—includes three linked and interdependent goals: Resilient Landscapes; Inclusive and Equitable Access to Nature; and Climate Change. To address these goals in our most vulnerable communities, Mass Audubon is launching its Nature in the City Program. The goal of the program is to increase the number of green spaces—parks, tree canopy, trails, green infrastructure—in under-resourced communities and communities of color to mitigate the effects of climate change, increase wildlife habitat, and address human health issues for residents living in communities that have historically lacked adequate and accessible access to nature.

Mass Audubon is seeking a dynamic leader to help create and drive this program in communities across the Commonwealth. The leader will understand the importance and have experience in building authentic partnerships with grassroot organizations in the communities we serve. They will have experience in building new programs and managing teams. The leader will have a proven track record of accomplishing positive and measurable conservation outcomes in urban settings. The leader will have a deep network in the government and non-profit sectors, and strong relationships with funders who support urban conservation, climate resilience, and environmental justice. Lastly, the leader will have the experience and skill set to draw on the varied talents of Mass Audubon staff (public policy, land conservation and restoration, marketing and communications, environmental education, and engagement) and our community partners to advance program goals using a variety of tools including advocacy, on-the-ground restoration, environmental education, and land conservation.

Full job description linked here.

The Community Health Workers Training Program from William James College is now accepting applications on a rolling basis for their 2022-2023 school year. This training program is fully funded and there is no cost associated with it for participants. More information on how to apply is included in this flyer.

One Bead has 8 programs running in 8 different schools across Boston this year and at least 3 of our school sites would benefit from having an extra person in the classroom during our programming (aside from our full-time Program Director). This person would be working with our team for 3-6 hours per week (possibly even more hours if their schedule allows). We are looking for support Monday-Thursday – typically between 3:30-6:30 PM.

It is also important to us that the person we hire is somewhat familiar with the Boston Public School system (either through studying education/community health in college and/or from their personal experience of growing up attending a BPS).

Prior to each afterschool session, the Program Intern will review lesson plans and prepare materials. The Program Intern will arrive 15 minutes early to each session and be responsible for attendance. From there, the Program Intern will support the Program Director in the classroom, contributing to and facilitating class discussions when needed. The Program Intern will work with students in both 1:1 and group settings to ensure that the content and cultural objectives identified from each lesson plan are being met. The Program Intern will also support the Program Director with enforcing program expectations and redirecting students when necessary. At the conclusion of each session, the Program Intern will stay 15 minutes after the program ends to assist with student dismissal and classroom cleanup.

Outside of programming, the Program Intern is expected to meet weekly with the Program Director. The Program Intern is also expected to spend 1-2 hours per week completing general tasks that are assigned to them.

Full position description is linked here.

Playworks is hiring coaches for the upcoming school year! As a Playworks AmeriCorps Coach, you’ll help lead a movement for safe and inclusive play in a Boston elementary school and transform a school community. Interested? Apply today, or see us in action!

STEM Pathways Manager: The STEM Program Manager will oversee Sociedad Latina’s pipeline of year-round STEM programming for English Learners in Boston Public Schools. Currently the pipeline of programming begins in middle school grades 6-8 and includes two STEAM Team sites. Our 21st Century Community Learning Center site is located at the James P Timilty Middle School and another STEAM Team site is the Dearborn STEM Academy. At the high school level Sociedad Latina’s STEM work includes our ¡emprende! Youth entrepreneurs curriculum for our High School STEM program. The STEM High School program is delivered both during the school day & in out of school time. Full job description linked here.

STEAM Team Coordinator: The STEAM Team Program Coordinator will work in partnership with youth and families to develop Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) programming to students in grades 6-8 in an afterschool setting. The STEAM Team Program Coordinator will work with Sociedad Latina partners, middle school staff, and volunteers to implement quality academic and enrichment programming to participants. Full job description linked here.

Sportsmen’s Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) will lead the development and execution of a comprehensive outreach and engagement strategy that furthers all of the program goals stated above. The CEC will build and maintain long-term relationships with a wide range of community stakeholders, including but not limited to local residents, community-based organizations, elected officials, and businesses, and help link them to Sportsmen’s programming and resources.

The CEC will be a full-time, year-round exempt employee of Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center, and will work cooperatively with the program staff and leadership team. We are actively seeking someone who lives and/or has community engagament experience along the Blue Hill Corridor.

Full job description linked here.

St. Stephen’s Youth Programs (SSYP) seeks a full-time Executive Director to lead the organization, fulfill the mission, and deepen impact in our communities. The Executive Director will lead an organization dedicated to promoting equity and supporting youth, their families, and other parents in the vibrant and culturally diverse community of Boston. This is a unique opportunity to sharpen SSYP’s vision and to deepen its impact; the new leader will increase SSYP’s ability to achieve its mission and strategic goals. View the full job description here.

Program Director: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Teens in Print Program Director is responsible for managing all aspects of TiP programming. The Director will coach and supervise two full time youth programming facilitators, and collaborate with instructional staff at WriteBoston to develop curriculum content. In 2022, TiP will expand to include both in-person and virtual program offerings. The Director will be responsible for setting a vision for this expansion and monitoring program effectiveness. 

The current TiP Director is making a planned transition out of the position; we aim to have a new Director in place by the beginning of November to lead the program with the opportunity for some planned crossover.

Full job description linked here.

Youth Program Facilitator: The core responsibilities of the two Youth Program Facilitators are very similar in nature. It is to be determined how the two facilitators’ specific responsibilities will vary based on future programming and the incoming facilitator. We at WriteBoston recognize that people from marginalized backgrounds are often less likely to apply for a role if they don’t meet every job requirement. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds and experience levels to apply for this position. In addition to these skills and experience listed below, the right orientation is equally important.

Experience & Skills Required 

  • A minimum of an Associate’s degree
  • Past youth-serving experience and an eagerness to build positive relationships with teens
  • A strong command of written and verbal English, including comfort with public speaking
  • Commitment to identifying and challenging the institutional and systemic barriers that perpetuate racism and inequity
  • Ability to collaborate with a team and to work independently and take initiative
  • Intentional problem solving skills along with consistent organizational skills
  • Comfort giving and receiving honest, constructive feedback for continuous learning

Experience & Skills Desired

  • Familiarity with the City of Boston and Boston Public Schools
  • Some experience in or with journalism or writing
  • Comfort with social media and using different technologies

Full job description linked here.

College Access Program Associate: The Program Associate will provide overall support to the program while implementing specific aspects of LEAH’s College Readiness Program.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about supporting youth through their college journey, is creative, proactive, and brings a passion and energy for youth development.  Look at the full job description here. The salary for this position is in the low – mid $50Ks.

Project Director: We are looking for a leader who will be passionate about youth, equity and STEM, be an inclusive & collaborative leader who can build relationships and work across systems, funders, and LEAH’s larger home organization. The salary for this position is low to upper $90K based on skills and experience.  The complete position and contact information for interested candidates may be found here (

As we continue to grow at The Possible Zone, we are looking for the following roles (all of which are hybrid roles based in Boston). Please refer to our website, or reach out to Joanna with any questions (

Vice President of Communications – to oversee and implement TPZ’s internal and external communications activities. The ideal candidate will have experience in written and digital communications, public affairs, event planning, and media relations, as well as a passion for closing the opportunity gap for young people.

Director of Finance & Accounting – to manage the day-to-day financial operations for a $9M 501(c)(3), direct service nonprofit organization. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience with general accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, financial reporting, and overall financial operations, as well as a passion for closing the opportunity gap for young people.

Director of Research – to join our research team and lead rigorous institutional and continuous improvement research efforts. The ideal candidate has a strong track record of translating data and research into practice, as well as a passion for closing the opportunity gap for young people.

Evaluation Analyst – to support our efforts related to measurement of outcomes, continuous improvement, and overall program evaluation. The ideal candidate possesses strong organizational skills, project and data management skills, and knowledge of program evaluation methodology and measurement practices, as well as a passion for closing the opportunity gap for young people.

Executive Assistant – to support TPZ’s Executive Team and day-to-day operations. The ideal candidate is a seasoned Administrator with extensive experience working with senior leadership, is passionate about closing the opportunity gap, and has a strong attention to detail, organization, and time management skills.

Talent Manager – to support our organization’s rapid growth. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, customer-focused, passionate about closing the opportunity gap, and has a strong track record of designing, implementing and managing total rewards programs to attract, reward, and retain top talent.

Program Instructor for Summer Learning Expedition: Program Instructors for Summer Learning Expedition are primarily responsible for the delivery and overall safety during the 21-day, backpacking or sea kayaking expedition and field science-based programming on Thompson Island. After the 21-day course, instructors will deliver one and two-day programming on the island for the duration of the summer. Candidates must display strong technical, facilitation, and group management skills, and demonstrate a firm understanding of course area and structure. Experience in backpacking or sea kayaking is strongly preferred, but not required.

Working with students in groups of 8-12, Instructors are responsible for structuring a safe, inclusive, and fun learning environment for all participants. Using games and initiatives, high and low challenge course elements, hands-on-science lessons, and group processing and reflection, facilitators promote teamwork, character development, perseverance, and effective communication for youth from a wide range of backgrounds, and of varying ages.

View full job description here.

Program Evaluation Analyst: The Program Evaluation Analyst will join Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center (TIOBEC)’s growing Programs team and support efforts related to the measurement of implementation and outcomes, program continuous improvement, and overall program evaluation. TIOBEC seeks a candidate who has the passion and skills to help evaluate and improve our programming, develop and implement systems for data management and use, support our efforts in thought leadership, and provide project management on various department projects. This role requires strong organizational skills, project and data management skills, knowledge of program evaluation methodology and measurement practices, creativity and consistency in establishing and maintaining data and evaluation systems, and the ability to collaborate effectively across teams and stakeholders.

Full job description linked here.

Educator & Youth Programs Assistant Supervisor: The Educator & Youth Programs Assistant Supervisor (Educator) facilitates education programs and youth programs at Franklin Park Zoo in order to support audience engagement and positive youth development with a larger goal to support the zoo mission to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations. The Educator works closely with the Education Programs Manager and with the Youth Programs Manager to establish clear goals and lesson plans for a variety of zoo audiences, with special emphasis on participants in youth programs.  The Educator also works closely with colleagues from other departments to help supervise ZooTeens and Teen Ambassadors. That includes providing support for colleagues to create a positive work environment for youth that includes both on-the-job learning and accountability. Full description linked here.

Interpretation Manager: oversees educational interpretation at Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo for audience engagement with our mission to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations. The Manager develops and implements training programs and exhibit graphics and provides supervision for interpretive efforts. As a member of the education team, the Manager also facilitates programs, interprets, and offers team support as needed. View the full description and job board here.

Youth Program Manager: The Youth Programs Manager leads development, administration and implementation of educational youth programs, including training and supervising Teen Ambassadors, and Summer Zoo Teens, administering the Jr. Zoo Teen Program, and coordinating the FPZ Youth Advisory Council. The YPM integrates citizen science and community education programs into youth programs. As a member of the Education Team, the YPM conducts education programs and helps with animal care, as needed. Full description linked here.

All Zoo New England opening are linked here.