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Youth Villages CBHI-Immediate Job Openings


CBHI Openings:


Intake: 781-937-5214 (24-hours)


In Home Therapy 

6 immediate openings (English-speaking)

Therapeutic Mentoring

  4 immediate openings (English-speaking female)



Youth Villages CBHI In-home therapy program helps families and children with emotional and behavioral needs in their own homes. >> Read More

Walking/Exercise Group | Saturdays

Walking/Exercise Group
Franklin Park, William J. Devine Golf Course
Need Motivation to Exercise? 
Want to Get Fit?
Training for a Walk/Run?

Saturdays, 7:30-8:30am
William J. Devine Golf Course, 1 Circuit Dr, Dorchester, MA 02121, United States
For more information, please contact Alison Brown at or (202) 255-2409

Donate To Operation P.E.A.C.E

Operation P.E.A.C.E  (Partnerships in Education and Community Enrichment) After-School Program is looking for  donations  to assist with running quality programming.

We are looking for slightly used:

·          Children’s books

·          Children’s board games and toys

·          Kitchen items such as plates and cups


15 Norfolk Street

Dorchester, MA 02124

Master Urban Gardener Program

The MUG program consists of 30 hours of classroom instruction, followed by 30 hours of volunteer service. The 2015 MUG classroom sessions will be offered on 6 Saturdays this winter starting January 31 and running through March 7, 2015. The classes will be hosted at the Boston Natural Areas Network office, at 62 Summer Street in Downtown Boston.

Each Saturday will feature topical lectures as well as participatory activities. Topics include:

  • Vegetable garden planning for bigger harvests
  • Botany and soil science for gardeners
  • Managing weeds, pests & diseases without chemicals
  • Composting in community gardens
  • How to facilitate garden meetings and workshops

Questions? Please contact Michelle de Lima, Garden Educator at 617-542-7696 x15 


Fall Leaf Collection

Fall Leaf Collection

October 13 to November 29 on your recycling day

Look Up Your Recycling Day

Place leaves, and yard debris in large paper leaf bags or open barrels labeled "yard waste" (no plastic bags). Yard Waste stickers for barrels are available by calling 617-635-4500 or placing an online service request (up to 2 stickers available per household). Yard waste will not be collected with trash.

If you have 2 recycing days per week, leaf collection will be on your first recycling day. >> Read More

Erie-Ellington, Brinsley Partnership updated meeting time

Erie-Ellington, Brinsley Partnership
The Neighborhood Association meets 4th Wednesday each month 6:15-7:30pm. We meet at 31 Erie Street in the community room.
Contact Marilyn Forman 617-901-9658.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts is a great place to work!

Dorchester focused Recruitment Specialist

 The Recruitment Specialist is responsible for recruitment and retention of girls and adults to achieve membership goals in an assigned area through community cultivation, assessing community needs, development and implementation of recruitment strategies, and support of volunteers. This position willdevelop and implement a comprehensive recruitment and retention plan utilizing community demographics, schools statistics, and community profiles. 

Additional jobs 

Family Fall Gym 2014

What is Family Gym?

Every Saturday 10:00-11:30 AM , from Sept 27th-Nov 22nd
It's a FREE play program for families with children ages 3-8 to get up, out and moving together. Drop in, No pre-registration required. Adult participation is required during Family Gym. Fun and safety are our priorities.  Parents must remain with their children at all times.

Holland Community Center
85 Olney St. Dorchester
Parking available in the Holland Elementary parking lot., MBTA accessible.

On Nov 1 a special session will be held at GoKids Boston (!00 Morrisey Blvd., Dorcheseter, MA 02125) instead of the regularly scheduled session at BCYF Holland Community Center.


Boston City Singers Auditions

Auditions are now open for Boston City Singers's 20th season! Does your child love to sing? Boston City Singers welcomes singers ages 4-18 for our Dorchester-based after school chorus programs. Founded in 1995, Boston City Singers is now Boston's largest youth chorus, with over 500 young people enrolled in 17 divisions in the neighborhood locations where they live and attend school. Boston City Singers provides comprehensive sequential music instruction to make up for the lack of choral arts training provided during regular school hours, and weekly singing classes and chorus rehearsals are designed to provide singers with well-balanced performance, youth development, cultural exploration, leadership training, and community service experience. Singers, grouped by age and level, develop progressive mastery of skills, and emphasis is placed on personal discipline, teamwork, and group cooperation. >> Read More

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