YMCA of Greater Boston
Job Description

Position Title: Director, International Learning Center
Position Type: Salaried

YMCA International Learning Center (ILC) provides intensive English Language instruction to over 650 immigrants and new Americans each year through a variety of government, foundation, and tuition funded programs. For over 40 years, the ILC has been among the top-ranked ESOL programs in Massachusetts.

This position is responsible for oversight and growth of the International Learning Center programs, in Boston and Woburn. The position oversees the Program Coordinators, program operations and outcomes, and manages the $1.5 million dollar budget. The Director is responsible for ensuring successful adherence to Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) contracts; supporting and expansion of revenue-generating programs (including in-house tuition classes, and corporate programs); supporting and expansion of all grant and contract programs; and supporting a data-driven program culture.

The Director will be leading new entrepreneurial development of individual and corporate revenue-generating programs.

• Oversight of program including: oversight of Coordinators, operations, marketing and recruitment, curriculum and instruction, and scheduling
• Initiate projects that will result in increased services, and revenue
o Enhance and expand tuition programs
o Explore and develop corporate ESOL programs
• Manage community partnerships and develop new programs that strengthen the continuum of services to newcomers and generate new sources of revenue.
• Support Coordinators to recruit, train, supervise and support operations staff of 20
• Ensure highest quality of programming
• Use metrics and data to analyze and enhance program performance
• Write grant and public funding proposals and reports
• Fiscal management of $1.5 million budget

· Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree a plus
· Minimum 6 years’ experience in ESOL instruction and programs
· Minimum 3 years’ experience in program management and staff supervision

· Knowledge and familiarity working with multi-cultural, multi-lingual adult populations
· Proven ability to manage and grow program operations
· Must be experienced, high-results ESOL leader with grant writing and contract compliance experience
· Enthusiastic, entrepreneurial approach
· Strong sales and communication skills
· Highly organized multi-tasker able to delegate and manage multiple projects
· MS Office skills. Comfort and enthusiasm working with data
Please send resume and cover letter to:
Anne Meyerson
Executive Director
YMCA Education and Training


Vietnamese American Civic Association is currently looking for a part-time English teacher to carry out the level 1 class on Tuesday and Thursday weekly, from 9 to 11:30 am. The job description is attached.

Please contact Thuan Tran at or 617-288-7344 for more details.

Thuan Tran
Associate Executive Director
Vietnamese American Civic Association (VACA)
42 Charles Street, Dorchester, MA 02122
Tel: (617)- 288-7344, Ext: 18 / Fax: (617)- 822-3718


Just-A-Start YouthBuild (JAS YB) is seeking a dedicated, part-time, Math Teacher, committed to working with young adults to unlock their full potential. Do you have experience working with youth and have a passion for alternative education? Do you value small class size to build meaningful teacher-student relationships? If you’re interested in supporting young adults achieve their academic and career goals, this may be the job for you. JAS YB engages youth, age 17-24, in service to their communities while enabling members to develop their own academic, vocational, employability, leadership and life skills and to make a successful transition to employment, training and/or post-secondary education. Visit us at to learn more.

See the attached job description.

Brian Ristau
Teaching and Assessment Lead
Just-A-Start YouthBuild
1175 Cambridge St
Cambridge, MA 02139
Main: 617.492.1460
Direct: 617.918.7557


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Opportunities include healthcare, policy, and more

BOSTON—Representative Sánchez invites youth and youth-serving organizations in the 15th Suffolk District to apply to summer scholarships, internships, and opportunities.

“Summer jobs are a great opportunity to expose students to new ideas and career paths,” Sánchez said after speaking to a group of local students. “I hope to see a vigorous effort to educate and employ the future leaders in our neighborhood.”

John S. Martinez (JSM) Leadership Scholarship: Offered by the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators (NHCSL), this scholarship is awarded to 11 Latino public high school students who reside in the district of a Hispanic state legislator. The scholarship is awarded to students recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, and their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. Each scholarship recipient will be awarded a one-time $3,000 grant towards their higher education in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements and leadership.
Deadline: Friday, March 18th, 2016
More Information:

Meredith Cameron Youth Opportunity Internship: Offered by the New England Baptist Hospital, this paid internship program aims to provide high school and college students from the Mission Hill area with a meaningful summer employment experience. Over the course of 8-10 weeks, participating students will have the opportunity to become fully immersed in a single area of hospital operations, while gaining critical exposure to a variety of career paths within the health care field.
Deadline: Friday, April 15th, 2016
More Information: Email Christine Dwyer (

Congressional Internship Program: Offered by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), promising Latino undergraduate students will experience what it’s like to work in a congressional office while participating in weekly professional and leadership development and civic engagement through community service. This is a paid summer internship that gives students the opportunity to spend a summer in Washington DC gaining real world experience.
Deadline: Friday, April 22nd, 2016
More Information:

Please contact the Office of State Representative Jeffrey Sánchez with any questions or to post your own opportunities. The website will be updated periodically for a comprehensive list of job and scholarship opportunities for youth and students in Boston.


MBTA/CTPS survey distributor position

Since last fall, the MBTA has been conducting a Rider Census online to identify rider demographics and travel patterns. We’ve now reached the second stage of data collection, where we will be supplementing the online responses with in-person paper survey distributions.

I’m reaching out to you because we’re specifically interested in hiring bilingual or multilingual staff to distribute surveys in order to better reach immigrant communities, who are frequently under-represented in data collection.

I’ve attached a job ad for the position, and would greatly appreciate your help in disseminating it to your organizations and contacts. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Job ad:

Anna Gartsman
MassDOT Office of Performance Management & Innovation
10 Park Plaza, Suite 6720
Boston, MA 02116



Career Collaborative is a non-profit that helps unemployed and under-employed men and women get great jobs with benefits. Career Collaborative also helps people keep them.

· Information Sessions held every Thursday at 1:00
· 77 Summer Street (near Downtown Crossing) – 11th floor
· No charge for services

Questions? Call (617) 424-6616.

Mary Rae
Workshop Instructor/Community Outreach Coordinator
Career Collaborative
77 Summer Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 259-1045


The Fire Department is an organization of dedicated professionals who are committed to serving the community by protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention, education, emergency medical and fire services.

Apply to Become a Firefighter
•The written exam will be held on April 16th, 2016.


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The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) is a national leader in education, dedicated to supporting the Commonwealth’s students and educators.  We are currently seeking highly qualified candidates to join our diverse workforce.  Attached is a list of employment opportunities currently available at ESE and posted on the Human Resources Division’s Commonwealth Employment Opportunities (CEO) website. For more detailed information and application instructions, please refer to the attached Job Opportunity List or visit our Job Opportunities page on ESE’s official website.You are invited to apply for any position(s) for which you possess the expertise and interest. If you know of qualified individuals who may have an interest in our positions, please feel free to forward this email or direct them to our website.Please do not hesitate to contact me or any other HR staff member if you have questions.
Dawn DeRoche
Personnel Analyst
Executive Office of Education
Human Resources
75 Pleasant Street
Malden, MA 02148
Ph: 781-338-6101
Fx: 781-338-3387


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