Cape Verdean ADH Program Assistant Needed at Kit Clark Senior Services

Come and join the team at Bay Cove Human Services, named as one of Boston Globe’s Top Places to Work two years in a row! Bay Cove, one of the largest human services agencies in Metro Boston provides a variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction, developmental disabilities and aging is looking for an ADH Program Assistant - Cape Verdean who will work in our Kit Clark Senior Services, Service Area.



• As part of the multi-disciplinary team, participate in assessment and care planning, assist in developing the activity plan.

• Carry out the plan of care.

• Carry out recreation activities.

• Assist in ambulation.

• Provide personal care assistance.

• Assist and supervise activities of daily living. >> Read More

Daily Table NOW HIRING!!!

The Daily Table is an innovative retail store/restaurant providing affordable wholesome food to the Dorchester and Boston community.

Though the organization plans to open no earlier than April 2015, the Daily Table is now accepting applications from the neighborhood to begin the hiring process. Available job positions include:

  • Dishwasher
  • Cashier
  • Driver
  • Kitchen Help

Attached below are the job descriptions for all 4 jobs, as well as the employment application. Please email your application and resume to

ESOL for Human Services


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Do you want to help others? Do you need training or assistance to become a Human Services or disability services worker?

ESOL for Human Services provides job training and english classes for people interested in the Human Services field or helping people with disabilites. They are offering classes beginning the last week in February and ending on June 12th. Classes meet Monday to Thursday from 9:00am-2:30pm.

ESOL for Human Services offers Information Sessions every Thursday at 10:00am for candidates to find out about the program and complete the application process. They are located at 185 Columbia Road in Dorchester.



-18 years or older

-High School Diploma or GED

-MA drivers license or Permit


Clemente Course in the Humanities

The Humanities are the study of the greatest works in human history. They look at all the wonders that are human made such as Art, Philosophy, Literature, History and Language. Studying Humanities engages us in a conversation with those who came before us, and builds bridges to our future.

When: Classes are held Mondays &Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm, beginning September 2016 and running through June 2017.

All admitted students receive a FULL SCHOLARSHIP for tuition and books. Upon successful completion of the course, students are awarded six transferable college credits. The Clemente Scholars program requires a comprehensive and competitive admission process.

Check out the trailer here!


For more information and to apply, contact: Michelle Rue, 617-740-2531 or

City of Boston HB101 Classes

Homebuying 101: How to Purchase a Home in Boston is a 10-hour class (two-five hour sessions or four 2.5-hour sessions) that educates participants on the home purchase process in Boston. Information includes special programs for financial assistance in buying and repairing a home, specialty mortgage products, the process in getting a mortgage, finding a home, and determining if the home is right is for you. We also discuss the purchase process and sustainable homeownership issues. Upon successful completion of the class, participants receive a certificate required for first time homebuyer products in Massachusetts. >> Read More

Mother Caroline Academy is looking for Female Mentors!

Mother Caroline Academy is searching for Mentors for the upcoming school year!

Mentors are paired with girls in the 7th and 8th grade as well as high school alumnae as they transition away from the Academy, adapt to high school culture, and undertake the college selection and application process.
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Farm Fresh Is Right Around The Corner! Boston Farmers' Markets

Save up to $10 with SNAP and Boston Bounty Bucks. Available at over 25 farmers markets near you!

Ashmont/Peabody Square Farmers Market**

1900 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester 

Ashmont MBTA plaza 

Friday, 3PM - 7 PM 

June 24 - October 14 

Boston Medical Center Farmers Market

725 Albany St, South End

BMC Shapiro Building

Thursday, 12PM - 2PM

June 24 - September 30

Boston Public Market

100 Hanover St, Downtown

Above Haymarket Station

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Sunday,

8 AM - 8 PM

Year-Round Indoor Market

Boston Public Market Open Air Market**

136 Blackstone St, Downtown

Outside Boston Public Market

Wednesday, 11 AM - 6 PM

May 18 - November 16 >> Read More

Fun Free Fridays!

Welcome to 2016 Free Fun Fridays! 8 sites open for free each Friday, 80 museums & cultural events. 10 Fridays, 100% Free! >> Read More

Human Services Employment Ladder Program- May

Orientation and Screenings to register for HELP program:

Orientations on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:30am. They ask candidates to go through a screening process which includes an interview to assess eligibility. 

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New Pathway to a CDL Transportation Career

Looking for an alternative career path? The transportation industry is an untapped market for young adults. Join us for an informational workshop on how to obtain your CDL license (Class A, B, C, D). 

Two-part workshop. All are welcome.

Session I: Thursday, April 28, 5:30 p.m.

& Saturday, April 30, 10:00 a.m.

Session II: Thursday, May 19, 5:30 pm

& Saturday, May 21, 10:00 a.m.

Where: Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library
65 Warren Street

Limited space. To register, please call 617.922.7283 or email

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