Jobs, Internships & Volunteering

Looking for a job? Want to get involved in your community? These opportunities and resources will help you with your job search or tell you where you're able to volunteer in the city.

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    Boston Youth Fund

    BYF makes it a priority to offer positive job experiences to youth. It hopes to grant all Boston youth the opportunity to discover new skills, as well as an understanding about the workforce they will encounter in the future.

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    Work or Intern in a City Department

    View job and internship postings for the City of Boston, Boston Redevelopment Authority, Boston Public Schools, and Boston Police. The Career Center also provides a single location for positions with the City and seasonal positions.

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    Boston PIC

    The PIC (Private Industry Council) connects the youth and adults of Boston to education and employment opportunities. Every BPS student has a PIC counselor that can help build a resume, improve interview skills, match to job shadow opportunities, or connect to a job. Visit a PIC Career Specialist at any Boston Public School for assistance. 

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    Job Tips

    Boston Youth Zone's "Job Tips for Teens" can help you identify which job programs you're eligible for and connect you with resources.

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    Resume Guide

    The Mayor's Youth Council's "Teen Resume Guide" gives you step by step instructions on how to create a resume. No matter how much or little experience you have, this Resume Guide will help you incorporate your jobs, extracurricular activities and volunteer experiences into a resume that will impress potential employers.

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    Summer Stuff

    The Boston Public Schools' summer resource guide for middle and high school students. Find everything from sports programs to jobs and internships to keep you active and engaged this summer.

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