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HELP WANTED – School Year Jobs with the Boston Youth Fund – Apply Now!

by ccheever@private.bpl.org

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR?

The Boston Youth Fund (BYF) will be funding a limited number of school year positions at several community-based, faith-based and City of Boston Agencies. Jobs include childcare, administrative, tutoring, and many more. Boston Youth Fund school year jobs pay $8.00 per hour for a maximum of 10 hours per week.

School-Year Program Eligibility Requirements:

Teens interested in applying for BYF school-year employment must be:

  • 15 years old on or before Sunday November 14, 2010
  • Full-Time City of Boston resident
  • Currently enrolled in High School or a young person in a GED/alternative education program
  • Legally permitted to work in Massachusetts and the United States

Application Process:

  1. Review the list of worksites that are accepting school-year applications (see link below).
  2. Decide which worksite that you are interested in applying to.
  3. Download and complete the BYF application for school year employment.
  4. Bring the completed application to the worksite that you would like to apply to.
  5. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please review your application carefully before submitting it to a work location.
  6. Make sure to follow up with the worksite regarding an interview for the position.
  7. BYF Application Deadline is October 15, 2010.

Download & Print School-Year Job Application with a list of the BYF partners that will be accepting Boston Youth Fund Applications through October 15, 2010.

Boston Youth Zone

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3 Responses to “HELP WANTED – School Year Jobs with the Boston Youth Fund – Apply Now!”

  1. i would like this job so i could have money in my pocket and stay out of trouble.

  2. Hi Jordan,
    Please download an application and bring it by your local branch. I’m conducting interviews in Mattapan and would love to meet you if you’re interested in working in this branch.
    - Clayton

  3. evelyn council says:

    its only 15 years old