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Boston youth employment providers

Boston employment providers work to empower youth by connecting them to jobs that provide mentorship and guidance. These jobs also promote skill-building and networking opportunities. Boston values engaging youth in the workforce.

Our goal is to create lasting professional pathways to success. We want to provide opportunities for them to thrive. The City of Boston partners with a host of private and nonprofit partners to reach its workforce development goals. View our partners below:

Employment partners

Employment qualifications:
  • Youth must be 15-24 years old.
  • City of Boston residency. 
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Employment qualifications:
  • Youth must be 14-21 years old.
  • City of Boston Residency.
Apply and connect:
Employment qualifications:
  • Youth must be 13-14 years old.
  • City of Boston residency.
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Employment qualifications:
  • Youth must be 16 or older (most students are currently in 10th-12th grade).
  • Must be enrolled in Boston Public High School. 
  • City of Boston Residency. 
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Employment Qualifications:
  • Youth must be 16 - 18 years old.
  • City of Boston residency. 
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Employment Qualifications:
  • Youth are primarily 16-24
  • Y.O.U. serves opportunity youth who have a history of court involvement, are gang-affiliated, have safety issues in their community, or reside in neighborhoods with high rates of unemployment or crime.
  • Applicants must be referred.  
Apply and connect: