Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is an innovative, energetic organization that is making a real difference in the lives of 2,400 youth by providing them with an invested, caring adult mentor. With research and proven outcomes at its core, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is working to ensure every child has the support from caring adults that they need for healthy development and success in life.
Our Mission: The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is to partner with under-resourced families to provide their children with transformational, one-to-one professionally-supported relationships with caring adult mentors, so that their children will thrive.
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Please send resume and cover letter to the agency’s Boston address or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please place the job title and BTU in the e-mail header. No phone calls, please.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay
75 Federal Street, 8th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
is to provide literacy support for children K-3 in the Boston and Revere
public schools. Generations Inc.an affiliate of
AARP recruits, train and support 260 plus older adult volunteers to mentor
children in our urban areas.
If so, volunteer to Become a Special Education Surrogate Parent through the Federation for Children with Special Needs.
Free training is provided.
The Edward M. Kennedy Institute is looking for volunteers this fall. Kindly go to the following address for more information:
This five day festival is a free celebration of the arts in the heart of Boston. We are in need of volunteers to work alongside festival staff, industry professionals, and artists to create a festival that is enjoyable and accessible for all. Volunteers will be surrounded by live performances from local and national artists while contributing to the OTB 2016 focus on accessibility and innovation. Would you be able to share this opportunity with the Boston Teacher’s Union community?
Volunteers must be ages 16+ and are encouraged to work two shifts during the festival. The shifts range from 4-6 hours and can be adjusted to fit with busy schedules. Volunteers are provided with snacks, a festival t-shirt, and are able to receive a 10% discount at Boloco on the common when they wear their festival shirt to the restaurant the week of the festival.
More information on different roles can be found here: http://otbboston.com/
The direct link to sign up online is here: http://outsidethebox.
The Home has been able to secure a really exciting partnership with the MA Service Alliance to become a host site for their Commonwealth Corps Program. Now the Home is looking for 2 full time people to help research and develop a tutoring program for the Longview Farm and Southeast Campus locations. Please note these are not “employees” but will be considered “service members.” These service members will spend about half of their time at 10 Guest Street and the other half either in Plymouth or Walpole. Once the research is done, the members will also be helping to recruit and train volunteer tutors to implement the tutoring strategies in the school. It is a 10.5 month service position, running August 15th, 2016 to June 24th, 2017, and each person will receive a bi-weekly stipend for their time with us.
This would be a great role for a retired educator or someone who has spent a little time away from the workforce and is looking to get their feet wet again! Please pass this along to anyone who you think might be interested. The position description is attached to this email. The deadline for this application is Friday, June 3rd! Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
MathRocks, our citywide math competition for students in grades 4-5 and 6-8, will take place again this year. All elementary and K-8s will be invited, as will any school that has either or both grade structures.