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Dorchester Day Essay Contest!

THE DORCHESTER DAY ESSAY CONTEST HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED!

The Dorchester Day Parade Committee is hosting an essay contest open to all Dorchester children in the 6th through 8th grades or any 6th through 8th grade student that attends a Dorchester school. The Dorchester Reporter is sponsoring this event with two gift card prizes that will be awarded to the winning essays chosen from a panel of local judges. All students that enter the contest will receive an award certificate. The entry and essay must be postmarked or emailed by March 20, 2015 to be considered for a prize. For an entry form follow this link: http://dotdayparade.com/forms/2015/2015Essaycontest.pdf

Work with ReVision Urban Farm!

Looking for a summer job? Want to work for food justive in your community? Do you like working outside?

Apply to be part of the ReVision Urban Farm Crew in Dorchester this summer! This is an opportunity for teens aged 15-18 with a Boston Youth Fund SuccessLink account. The program is from July 7th to August 14th, 2015 and pays $9 an hour. 

If interested: contact Shani, Farm Manager, at (617)822-3276 or email her at sfletcher@vpi.org.

Info sessions will take place March 11, 16, and 17 from 3-5pm.

Become a TNT Block Steward!

The Talbot-Norfolk Triangle is offering a PAID job opportunity to a qualified individual who wants to become a Block Steward! >> Read More

Become part of the Seed Crew with the Food Project!

Seed Crew, formerly known as Summer Youth Program or SYP, is a seven week summer opportunity for youth to grow produce on urban and suburban farms while developing civic engagement and teamwork skills in a diverse setting.

The program brings together around 100 teenagers from diverse cultural, racial, economic, and geographic backgrounds to work on our urban and suburban farms in Lincoln, Boston, and on the North Shore. During seven weeks, they work together to grow vegetables sustainably and distribute thousands of pounds of produce while developing important leadership, teamwork, diversity, and civic participation skills. >> Read More

Apply to be the VietAID Executive Director!

Position Announcement: Executive Director
Organization: VietAID
 
Organizational Overview:
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Senior Intensive Care Coordinator needed at The Community Services Agency!

Post Date: 1/5/2015  

Title: Senior Intensive Care Coordinator

Organization: The Community Services Agency

 
Employment Type: Full time  

Description: The Community Services Agency, located in Dorchester is looking to secure a Senior Intensive Care Coordinator. The Sr. ICC reports to the Program Director and works as part of the Management Team to ensure Individual Care Coordination services are appropriately delivered to MassHealth youth with serious emotional disturbances.

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Tuesday and Thursday Running Group-Franklin Park

Troops for Fitness
Running Group with Army Specialist Alvin Morton
Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-7:30am
Meet at Franklin Park Clubhouse

Part-time assistants wanted!

If you have the following skills - writing, graphic design, public speaking, email, social media - and some time to assist Fields Corner Main Street with interesting projects, please take a look at the opportunities available here on Idealist, then be in touch asap! Stipends available!

Free Walk In Flu Shot Clinic | Nov. 15

Fight The Flu!
Get your FREE Flu shot. 
Saturday Nov, 15
10:00am-2:00pm

Codman Square Health Center
637 Washington St.
Dorchester, MA

VietAID Job Posting—Youth Program Manager

VietAID Youth Programs Manager

Program Description: VietAID’s Youth Programs are designed to help low-income Vietnamese youth succeed in school and become responsible community members. The program provides intensive academic assistance to help children improve basic math and literacy skills; expose children to positive role models, their culture and traditions, and community service to build cultural and social values and competencies; and empower parents to become involved in their children’s education. >> Read More

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