Get Involved


We are always seeking energetic, committed individuals to assist with MONB’s programmatic and administrative tasks. While working with us, you will gain experience with issues facing Boston’s immigrant and refugee communities.  You will also work with and learn about city government and numerous community-based organizations.

Download the Intern/Volunteer Description form. Please contact Mayra Canetti with any questions and to apply.

Volunteer Interpreter Pool
If you speak another language in addition to English fluently, participate in the city’s Volunteer Interpreter Pool  to provide interpretation over the phone for constituents on an as-needed basis when you are available. Contact An Le to add your contact information to our list.


Become a sponsor of We Are Boston Gala
Join other corporate leaders in demonstrating your commitment to promoting diversity in the City of Boston and beyond. Our annual We Are Boston Gala and the MONB programs it benefits would not be possible without the support of our generous funders. Be recognized as a champion of diversity and become a sponsor of We Are Boston Gala. Read more about sponsorship opportunities.

Add your organization to the Community Resource Directory
Does your organization serve immigrants and/or refugees? If so, you should submit your information to our online Community Resource Directory, an interactive tool which allows service providers and individuals to search for community resources for New Bostonians. Please take a few moments to help expand this crucial network!

Become a Community Partner
If your organization is interested in collaborating with us, please contact Agnes Chang, Resource Development Manager. 

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Videos & Multimedia »

  • Executive Actions on Immigration Press Conference
    The Mayor's Office of New Bostonians host a press conference to discuss future steps regarding two of President Obama's executive actions regarding immigration: expanded DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents), including information about a free clinic that will be held on May 30th, to support immigrant families looking to qualify for a work permit, social security number, protection from deportation, a Massachusetts driver's license, and in-state tuition at public colleges and universities in Massachusetts.Watch Video »
  • Naturalization Ceremony 2014
    Mayor Walsh attends a Naturalization Ceremony at Boston's historic Faneuil Hall.Watch Video »

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