NEW- Our Path Ahead: March 23
Designing for equity in all aspects of the COVID-19 vaccination process and strengthening pathways for ongoing citywide coordination with OPHP operational and community-facing partners. For OPHP operational partners, City agencies, healthcare, and community organizations who will be running vaccination clinic operations, making decisions about vaccination efforts, or representing Boston resident stakeholder groups. Register now!
NEW- Iron Workers Food Drive: March 28
Join our brothers and sisters in labor for a food drive to support union members who have been adversely affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and anyone else in need by donating non-perishable food items.
NEW- Help BPS Family After House Fire
The parents of Waverly Kidd, an ESL teacher at the Curley K-8, recently experienced a devastating house fire. If you can donate, please visit their GoFundMe page.
The Bridge Program with Jaylen Brown
The Bridge Program is a new learning and leadership initiative developed in partnership between Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics, the Juice Foundation, and the Community Biotechnology Initiative at the MIT Media Lab. The program’s mission is to help cultivate the next generation of leaders in science and technology and is designed for young people from underrepresented minority communities, ages 15-17. Jaylen will also be an active participant!
The Bridge Program is seeking students who are creative, strong-minded, and determined, and in particular are facing or have overcome adversity. If you have students that you believe would be a strong fit for the program that you would like to nominate, please email Dr. David Kong (email@example.com) and he will share a link to the application, which involves submitting a 3 minute video. The deadline for submissions will be March 31, 2021. Please also write Dr. Kong with any questions.
Summer Job Opportunity in Boston
Southwest Boston CDC is hiring for a Summer Crew Leader position from June 21 – August 20. The crew leader will be supervising youth who will be doing work in the urban wilds of Hyde Park. Please see the SWBCDC website for more information.