Category Archive: Jobs and Opportunities

Jun 25

YOUTH JOBS ACTION

Today at 12, the City Council votes on the Mayor’s budget. So far, the Mayor has added $0 for youth jobs. CALL THE MAYOR and COME TO THE BUDGET VOTE to show them that we are watching! TAKE ACTION FOR YOUTH JOBS ** Today – Wed June 25 at 12:00 pm Final Budget Vote at …

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Jun 23

Wednesday and *Now* – FINAL ACTIONS FOR YOUTH JOBS

The City budget for youth jobs has been frozen with $0 increase for 4 years. Mayor Marty Walsh committed to increase it to $8.5 million. In an April budget, he added $0. In a new budget last week, he told us $0 again. 9 City Councilors are writing letters supporting — now WE need to …

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Jun 16

TOMORROW! Youth Jobs Action at City Hall – 6/17 from 3-5 p.m

TOMORROW!  Demand Increased Youth Jobs Funding:  Join YJPU for Youth Unemployment Fair!  June 17 from 3-5 p.m. at City Hall The first 50 people to RSVP will get t-shirts! RSVP today at yjpuboston@gmail.com or 617-800-9722. And spread the word on Facebook! The Youth Justice and Power Union is hosting a Youth Unemployment Fair and Action at City Hall to amplify …

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Apr 20

Jobs Not Jails

In Solidarity with Jobs not Jails $2 billion for JOBS, not JAILS! The Patrick Administration has estimated that, if current criminal justice policies are not changed dramatically, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will have to spend $2 billion in the next seven years, to build 10,000 new prison units, as well as $150 million more each …

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Apr 09

Major Step Towards Boston Youth’s Demands: Boston Youth Fund Will Include 18 Year Olds in Summer 2014

Major Step Towards Boston Youth’s Demands: Boston Youth Fund Will Include 18 Year Olds in Summer 2014 Young people in Boston have won a major victory in their organizing for youth jobs in the city. The Youth Justice and Power Union (YJPU) is excited to announce that Boston Youth Fund (BYF) is including 18 year …

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Apr 03

Jobs Not Jails – Community Town Hall Forum Sat. April 5

JOBS NOT JAILS Community Town Hall Forum Sat. April 5th 2pm-4pm at Freedom House in Grove Hall, 14 Crawford St. www.JobsNotJails.org (STAY TUNED PANEL TO BE ANNOUNCED) Download flyer here (PDF) jnj flyer via http://blackstonian.com/info/2014/03/jobs-not-jails-community-town-hall-forum-sat-april-5/

Nov 18

AISR announces job opening for Senior Program Associate with the national Center for Education Organizing

Job Opportunity http://us1.campaign-archive1.com/?u=b774cb45566d5955f4b4ce332&id=bda65f2edc&e=91ec77a383

Nov 18

University of Connecticut Health Center – ODE EEO SPECIALIST – Special Payroll – Temporary Postion

Job Opporutnity https://jobs.uchc.edu/CSS_External/CSSPage_JobDetail.ASP?T=20131118115919&

Oct 25

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative seeks full-time organizer for sustainable economic development initiatives

JOB DESCRIPTION Sustainable and Economic Development Team Community Organizer September 9, 2013 ABOUT DSNI: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) is a twenty-nine year-old resident-led, non-profit planning and organizing entity in the Roxbury/North Dorchester area of Boston. DSNI’s mission is to empower Dudley residents to organize, plan for, create, and control a vibrant, diverse and high quality neighborhood in …

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Oct 20

Organize the Hood Boston / 2 Year Anniversary of Occupy the Hood

Organize the Hood Boston Monday October 21st 2013 5PM – 7:30PM in Grove Hall @ Warren st. & Crawford St. (Lot Next to the Post Office) 2 Year Anniversary of Occupy the Hood Boston In Honor of: Trayvon Martin For: Mark McMullen, Burrell Ramsey, Ahmir Lee and all victims of violence and survivors of lost …

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Oct 17

Public Education Campaign Organizer

Massachusetts Jobs With Justice Public Education Campaign Organizer Massachusetts Jobs With Justice (www.massjwj.net) is seeking a dedicated, hard-working individual to be part of our campaign to protect public education, to carry out the overall work of the organization and to help with campaigns, communications and coordination of our growing community-labor coalition in Massachusetts. The Public Education …

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Oct 11

Recruitment for Paid Research

Paid research opportunity with Doorway to Dreams Fund (D2D) Doorway to Dreams Fund is looking to recruit low to moderate-income adults for a 2 hour interview. Research participants will be compensated with a $50 gift card for sharing their time and opinions. D2D is looking to hear from interested people by Friday October 25th. Please …

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Oct 11

Job Posting Community Organizer, Chelsea City-wide Tenants Association

Job Posting Community Organizer, Chelsea City-wide Tenants Association Empowering People, Building our Community Organizational Background The Chelsea Collaborative is a community-based agency in the City of Chelsea, Massachusetts. Our mission is to empower Chelsea residents and Chelsea organizations to enhance the social, environmental and economic health of the community and its people. We carry out …

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Oct 11

WED. 10/18 & MON. 10/28 – *Multi-Issue Youth Mayoral Forums*

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY. And to help plan the forums, come to our planning meeting *today* (Thursday, October 10) from 4:00-5:30 at Dorchester Bay, 594 Columbia Rd, 4th floor (buzz #8/#9). PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY TO YOUR NETWORKS: These are the TWO YOUTH ORGANIZING EVENTS this fall that YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS! Wednesday, October 16 – …

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Sep 26

CALLING YOUTH TO LEAD A MULTI-ISSUE MAYORAL FORUM ON YOUTH ISSUES!

CALLING YOUTH TO LEAD A MULTI-ISSUE MAYORAL FORUM ON YOUTH ISSUES! First Planning Meeting: Thursday, September 26 from 4:00-5:30 (Food at 3:30) Dorchester Bay in Uphams Corner (594 Columbia Road) RSVP to yjpuboston@gmail.com if you can come! Hello everybody! After the preliminary elections, a number of groups including Youth Justice and Power Union & Youth …

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Sep 13

We’re Hiring — Youth Coordinator

We’re hiring… Young Civic Leaders Program Coordinator About Young Civic Leaders The Young Civic Leaders program trains 6-8 urban high school youth ages 15-18 in a year-round transformational program to make them into promising civic leaders. Young Civic Leaders develop professional and leadership skills. They learn how to conduct trainings about voting and civics, and …

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Sep 03

TEENS: Apply for Urbano’s 2013 Fall Artists’ Projects!

Announcing Urbano’s FALL 2013 Artists’ Projects! Our Fall 2013 Artists’ Projects will continue our 2013-2014 theme: THE EMANCIPATED CITY – REIMAGINING BOSTON All teen artists will participate in two classes: URBAN MYTHS Participatory Video Class ?Lead Instructor: Carla Pataky? In this class, we will explore the idea of myths, and consider how they shape the …

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Sep 03

September 6 – Mayoral Forum – SUPPORT JOBS FOR YOUTH AND ALL!

MAYORAL FORUM ON JOBS Friday, September 6, 5:30-8pm Reggie Lewis Center Gymnasium 1350 Tremont St by the Roxbury Crossing T Stop (Orange Line) RSVP to yjpuboston@gmail.com or on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/goodjobs2013! Four Reasons to Come: (1) If we keep strong, we will win 3000 new summer jobs and 500 year-round jobs! (2) Join over 50 adult AND youth groups …

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Aug 22

Free mobility classes for women

The Woman to Woman program at Crittenton Women’s Union is enrolling participants for their Fall term.  The term starts on Sept 9, 2013 More Info This is an 8 week, full time program for low income women that includes half-day computer lessons.  Participants with work with mentors and specialist to learn how to update their resumes, …

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Aug 13

Boston’s Unfinished March for Jobs, Freedom & Justice

Boston’s Unfinished March for Jobs, Freedom & Justice An Event Marking the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington The Boston Workers Alliance, Inc. has issued a clarion call for a mobilization in Boston on the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.  A coalition of neighborhood organizations, base building community organizing groups, labor unions, …

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Jun 25

Wednesday at 12 noon – FINAL CITY BUDGET VOTE

Via YJPU Final City Budget Vote Final Budget Vote Action – Wednesday, June 26 at 12:00 pm City Hall, 5th Floor (near Government Center or State Street T Stops) Wear black shirts! So far, the Mayor has not increased the budget for youth jobs. Many City Councilors have spoken with the Mayor’s office requesting additional …

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Jun 25

MataHari Jobs & Internships Available

LEAD ORGANIZER Location: Boston, Mass.; travel required Posted: 6/6/2013 Organizational Description Founded in 2002, MataHari: Eye of the Day is a Greater Boston social justice organization of women of color, immigrant women and families who organize as sisters, workers, and survivors for personal and societal transformation, justice and human rights. We build leadership and organize …

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Jun 05

**We Need Your Support!** Final Actions for Youth Jobs

We need everyone now for our final chance to win 14,000 jobs this summer! FLYERS COMING SOON. PLEASE E-MAIL US IF YOU CAN COME! Actions at City Hall Tuesday, June 18th at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 26th at 12 p.m. Adult Allies – Final Meeting We are calling on all our allies — youth programs, …

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May 14

A New SIM Phase! – Staff Transitions – Now Hiring

Over the next couple of months, Nataly Castaño, SIM’s Lead Organizer, and Conrado Santos, SIM’s Campaign Coordinator, will be transitioning out of their positions as staff members of the Student Immigrant Movement. The last two years have been a rollercoaster of emotions, learnings, struggles and achievements. It is a bittersweet moment for both us to …

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May 07

Join Us Today! Youth Movement Assembly at 4 at Hibernian Hall!

Last year … TWO HUNDRED YOUTH in Boston came together to develop a VISION for JUSTICE ACROSS THE CITY JOIN US this year to turn that vision into a PLATFORM to unite and catalyze youth organizing in the city! The movement is growing … we need  you to be a part of it! City-wide Youth Movement Assembly Tuesday, May 7 from 4-7 p.m. Hibernian …

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