Browse this page for youth employment opportunities and youth programs. Programs listed here may include paid, stipended, or volunteer opportunities, as well as a variety of after-school programs, activities and opportunities. Visitto find out about more opportunities.Visit jacksonsquareboston.org
The Boston Private Industry Council (Boston PIC) offers paid private-sector jobs, in a wide range of local companies, including jobs in healthcare, banking, finance, real estate, technology and more. The Boston PIC has an online application form at https://studentjobs.bostonpic.org/. High school students can also talk to the PIC career specialist at their school for more information about these opportunities.
Also visit the Boston PIC Youth Jobs website to browse a variety of additional opportunities, including a list of companies hiring youth for part time jobs, and links to a variety of after-school and summer enrichment programs in STEM fields, as well as the link to the Boston PIC Summer Jobs Application.
Save the Date: The Worker Empowerment Cabinet and the Office of Youth Employment and Opportunity (YEO) is hosting the 2024 City-Wide Youth Job & Resource Fair! The job fair will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2024, from 11am - 3pm at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Complex.
ABOUT JÓVENES EN ACCIÓN (JEA)
JEA is a yearlong program where 8th-12th graders have the opportunity to:
- Train in an Afro-Latin art form (either Dance, Music, or Theatre)
- Receive free access to Mentoring and Tutoring and College/Career Exploration
- Participate in Civic Engagement Workshops
- Experience Optional Socio-Emotional Support
The TAG | ALERTA Program is a FREE five-week summer program where students have fun and explore topics through project-based learning in ELA and Math, and enrichment activities like Arts, Sports, and STEM. Our program is designed to support students who are Latinx, multicultural, multilingual students, and English Learners as they discover and develop their talents and gifts in academic and non-academic settings. Please see our website for more information.
During the 2024 School Year Academies we will serve students who are currently in grades 6-11 (school year 2023-2024). Students will have the chance to tour different college campuses around Boston, participate in professional development workshops, learn from BIPOC professionals from various fields, and enjoy many other enrichment activities.
TAG / Alerta is offering vacation week academies in February and April.
The two 4-day academies will focus on College and Career Readiness for current 6th -11th grade students. We will have Professional Development Workshops, College Tours around Boston, BIPOC Guest Speakers from different fields of work, and lots of other enrichment activities. The program is completely free, and lunch will be provided. See more information on the attached flyers.
As a reminder, the application must be completed be a parent or other legal guardian of the student, and they will also need to submit an updated physical with their immunizations and any medical concerns. Any questions: via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text us to 857.301.7850.
THE POSSIBLE ZONE takes young people on a journey that taps into their creativity, cultivates their skills as designers and entrepreneurs, builds strong relationships with supportive adults and peers, and broadens their sense of what is possible in their careers.
As a student in Discover, you will explore the entrepreneurial
mindsets and skills by learning about the factors contributing
to building a robust entrepreneurial spirit. You will engage with
various tools as you consider different projects that could serve as
inspiration for your business ideas. Additionally, you will learn from
other entrepreneurs, gain a deeper understanding of what it means
to be an entrepreneur, and actively find areas of opportunities that
may not yet be addressed.
REGISTER BY MARCH 4TH, 2024
Our mission is to strengthen programming and support for youth in the Jackson Square, Egleston and adjacent neighborhoods. We will coordinate efforts across organizations to enhance the distribution of services and leverage our assets towards achieving common goals that strengthens the youth-serving organizations ecosystem.
Please RSVP by Feb. 26th for the Feb. 29th event.
Registration opens March 4th for summer sessions! Apply online at campharborview.org/apply!