12th Annual Cocktail Sip | November 27 2016

The Boston Chapter Alabama Organization is hosting their 12th annual cocktail sip. 


When: Sunday November 27, 2016 4pm ~8PM

Where: Biffs Lounge 24 Washington Street Dorchester, MA 02124 (Downstairs from Prince Hall)

Cocktail Sip Tickets $20.00 in advance, More at the door


For more information please contact:


Nicole Purvis 617-293-9025

Bessie Little-Moore 617-869-0117

Shirley Johnson 617-296-2150


*All proceeds goes towards scholarships for our youth*

The Massachusetts High Demand Scholarship Program | Jan 15

The Massachusetts High Demand Scholarship Program was created by the Massachusetts Legislature to support economic growth and development. The purpose is to encourage degree completion in high demand disciplines that will help address the workforce needs of the Commonwealth by providing scholarship assistance to support the educational costs of students pursuing such programs of study. >> Read More

Greater Boston PFLAG






Greater Boston PFLAG works to create environments of understanding so that all people can live with dignity and respect through:

  • Support: to cope with an adverse society
  • Education: to enlighten the public
  • Advocacy: to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights

Greater Boston PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.


85 River St.
Waltham, MA 02454
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

There are many ways to get involved in Greater Boston PFLAG!

  • Attend a chapter meeting support group.
  • Join us at Youth Pride on the second Saturday in May. Help us support LGBT youth and their allies by cheering them on or staffing our literature table
  • March with us in the Boston Pride Parade on the second Saturday in June. Or staff our literature table, sell merchandise, or answer questions.
  • Help in our office with mailings for an hour or an afternoon.
  • Volunteer to help at an event.
  • Join one of our committees
Key Programs Offered: 

We help change attitudes and create an environment of understanding so that our gay family members and friends can live in a world that is safe and inclusive. We accomplish this through support, education, and advocacy. We offer:


J. E. Burke Students Get Motivated!

Get SchooledAbsenteeism and truancy are battles that schools fight every day. But some schools are bringing new tactics to the fight – and seeing the results. On May 24, three students from Jeremiah E. Burke High School in Dorchester, MA were each awarded $1,000 college scholarships for their leadership during a national attendance challenge. The Get Schooled Foundation asked students to step up the Get MotivatED Challenge by boosting their attendance. Seniors at Dorchester’s Jeremiah Burke High School were rewarded for all the hard work they put forth this year.

Read more about Jeremiah Burke High School and the Get MotivatED Challenge here, or sign up for the next GetSchooled challenge! Visit to learn more. With questions, contact Orion Gousie at (206) 494-0333 or >> Read More

Boston University Metropolitan College




To make learning accessible to all. When you study at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET), you participate in an exciting exchange of ideas—a spirit of innovation that reaches far beyond the classroom into the global arena. You’re connecting to students and faculty from around the world, engaging in new perspectives, fresh challenges, and novel solutions. Whether you are a professional seeking a career advantage with a bachelor’s or master’s degree, a lifelong learner looking for personal enrichment, or an international student here to gain unique business expertise, you share in the pursuit of an education that prepares you for the competitive and evolving needs of today’s world.


755 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
United States
Key Programs Offered: 

Parent Scholarship: BU's Metropolitan College introduces a new Scholarship for Parents. If a partent has a child enrolled in a Boston or Chelsea public school they may be eligable for the 50% Discount Program. By providing a 50 percent discount on tuition, the scholarship opens the door to an undergraduate college degree - along with me career opportunities, personal enrichment, and a chance for parents to share the inspiration of a college education with their family. Plus, parents benefit from the convenience of evening study.

Community Meeting Space Available: 


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