Adult Summer Employment
The B-SAFE Registrar leads and coordinates a smooth registration process for the summer program. This includes communicating about B-SAFE with returning families, answering and resolving all questions about the program, and ensures that all children's registration process is smooth and complete.
We are seeking a B-SAFE Site Manager to implement the overall programming, safety, schedule, and staff supervision at each site. The Site Manager is the face of the program, serving as the key contact with families, staff, volunteers, and the host site.
We are seeking lead counselors to work with groups of 15 young people in grades 1-8.
We are seeking dynamic teachers of all disciplines to teach using a project-based curriculum during the summer.
We are seeking young adults to implement the health and wellness curriculum.
Starting in August, the Program Social Worker will serve as a member of the year-round Senior Program Team.
Internships and Fellowships
Academic Interns serve as members of B-SAFE's academic team, with a special focus on adapting and implementing our summer curriculum.
The internship may carry a modest stipend, depending on relationship with college or university the intern attends. B-SAFE may be able to help arrange low-cost housing.
Positions Not Open at this Time:
Thanks to the following partnerships, St. Stephen's Youth Programs is able to host one-year opportunities for young adults to serve as a paid Fellow or Intern.
These positions may be available at a later date:
This position is for teens between the ages of 15 and 18 years old in the Boston area. Teens work for our programs year-round as Counselors-in-Training. Teen staff receive ongoing job training, professional development, and supervision. During the school year, CITs work as tutors, mentors and role models for younger students, ten hours per week. Apply here.
This position is for teens between the ages of 15 and 18 years old in the Boston area. Community Organizers are based at our Lower Roxbury site. They work on campaigns that address the underlying structural causes of oppression and inequality and create material change in their neighborhoods. They also receive ongoing job training, professional development, and supervision. Community Organizers work ten hours per week during the school year. Apply here.
This internship program is for fourteen-year-olds in the Boston area. JCITs receive workplace training and academic support, including college visits, culturally enriching field trips, and service-learning projects. During the school year, they intern for five hours per week as tutors, mentors and role models for younger students and engage in weekly programming to help them grow as leaders. Apply here.
If you are 15-18 years old and like working with children, join the VOLS Team for 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 week opportunities. It is a great way to add service and fun to your summer. You will work with a Lead Counselor, other teens, and a group of 15 young people. Responsibilities will include: building relationships with young people, B-SAFE staff, and other volunteers; encouraging participation in reading, math, technology, art, recreation, and more: and chaperoning elementary or middle school students on field trips. Apply here.