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.

The Boston Community Hub School (BCHS) Coordinator is a school-based position responsible for working closely with the school administrative teams to strategically organize the assets and resources of the school community and it’s many stakeholders (students, families, school leadership, teachers, staff and partners) in service of students’ individual and collective academic success and wellbeing. The role of the BCHS Coordinator goes beyond simply coordinating resources and partnerships to informing strategic planning and implementation, collaborating with families and students to develop their organizing capacity and build out an organizing strategy, and supporting sustainable structures for the cultivation of trusting relationships and partnerships. This role requires a dynamic person who can effectively navigate and interconnect multiple systems to support success for students. Coordinators are expected to work at their school, including hours beyond the school day and days beyond the school year.

This position pays $73, 968 annually. You can access the application HERE.

The YMCA and BPS are hiring for 13 school-based positions. Some of those positions will be YMCA employees and some will be BPS Boston Teachers Union positions. We encourage you to enter the candidate pool through either of the organizations and you will be connected to the individual schools later in the process.

One Hen Coach job description linked here.

Elementary Enrichment Coach job description linked here.

Head Soccer Coach job description linked here.

Ready to Work Director: The mission of workforce readiness programming at Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston (BGCB) is to equip our members with the professional skills, confidence, experiences, and networks they need in order to thrive in today’s competitive world, develop meaningful careers and lead lives of leadership and impact. This role ensures that thoughtful, comprehensive, and innovative workforce readiness skill building curriculum, employment opportunities as well as career and job pathway development are an important component of Life After the Club programming. View the full job description here.

Gift Processing Associate: An integral member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston’s Development Department, the Gift Processing Associate is responsible for the gift entry and gift acknowledgement processes for the entire organization. This position requires an individual who is highly organized and detail oriented who loves to learn and to work with a complex Raiser’s Edge NXT database and its accompanying policies and procedures. View the full job description here.

Click on this link and under “Open Positions” select “South Boston” from the dropdown menu to view job descriptions for the following positions:

  • School Age Child Care Director (full time)
  • SR Aquatics Asst (part-time 25 hrs/wk)
  • Social Worker (full time)
  • Group Leader (part time)
  • Membership Assistant (part time)

Manager fo 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.

Part time roles can be found 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 (http://hmsmedscience.org/mission). 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.

Program Coordinator (Charlestown, MA): The Program Coordinator is responsible for the planning and the daily operation of this program at the designated school. Depending on the needs of the school, coordination of the Read Aloud Mentoring Program may be conducted in-person, virtually, or a combination thereof. The Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that volunteer mentors, students, and school staff have a positive and meaningful experience. View the full job description here.

Assistant Program Coordinator (Roxbury Crossing, MA): The Assistant Coordinator is responsible for working in conjunction with the Lead Coordinator, ensuring that volunteer mentors, students, and school staff have a positive and meaningful experience. Depending on the needs of the school, coordination of the Read Aloud Mentoring Program may be conducted in-person, virtually, or a combination thereof. View the full job description here.

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.

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 (https://hria.org/jobs/director-leah/).

Instructor: Instructors carry out the mission of Thompson Island Outward Bound with students in the field, whether that be delivering programs virtually or in-person. Instructors are responsible for the delivery and overall safety of programs that occur on our island base in the Boston Harbor in the spring, summer and fall, though this position will begin with winter crew classes in Boston Public Schools (or virtual delivery) until March 2022. Working with students in small groups of 8-12, Instructors are responsible for structuring a safe, inclusive and meaningful learning environment for all participants. Through the use of games and initiatives, high and low challenge course elements, expeditionary learning, and group processing and reflection, instructors promote social emotional learning for youth from a wide range of backgrounds for courses virtual or in-person. View full description here.

Program Course Director: The Programs Course Director (CD) is responsible for the overall quality, consistency and safety of the Thompson Island Outward Bound (TIOB) courses (virtual or in-person) in their charge.  A candidate for this role needs to demonstrate an outstanding ability to supervise and train others. The Course Director’s primary role is to ensure course delivery meets program standards for safety and quality, and a successful candidate will demonstrate an outstanding ability to coordinate program design and logistics; manage client communication and relationships, and to supervise, train, and coach others. Course Directors should be at a level of skill with their course elements wherein they could comfortably replace a Lead Instructor in the field if the need presented itself. The Course Director is also often at base coordinating with other departments, islands or outside entities to ensure the courses in the field run safely and smoothly Course Directors must display the highest level of professionalism, dedication and commitment to safety both in the field and at base and are expected to be on call 24 hours a day for the entire duration of their course. Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and CPR certification preferred for this position, and we will offer this training internally or support you in finding an opportunity to gain this certification. View full description 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.