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SuccessLink youth school-year jobs, ages 15-18

SuccessLink youth school-year job program is now accepting applications!

We provide entry-level employment experiences to more than 3,500 youth during the year. School-year jobs are during the months of November through April. 

Still have questions? Contact:
Youth Engagement and Employment
1483 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02120

Apply for youth school-year jobs

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

SuccessLink school-year employment program begins on Monday, November 23, 2020, and ends on Friday, April 30, 2021. Youth employees will be paid $12.75 per hour, for a maximum of 10 hours per week.

Please review the hiring process below to see if you are eligible to apply. 

The SuccessLink youth school-year job application is open. Youth ages 15-18 can apply:

apply for school year jobs

“I’ve been employed with SuccessLink since I was a teen and working through SuccessLink has improved my professional development. My summer jobs taught me public speaking, project management and community engagement skills. I also enjoyed learning about municipal government and just overall how to be a better youth advocate.” - Stephen, 20

Hiring process

Hiring process

To work through SuccessLink, you must:

  • be 15 years old at the start of the program and cannot turn 19 years old before the end of the program
  • be legally permitted to work in the United States, and
  • be a full-time resident of the City of Boston.

If you are within the valid age range, are permitted to work in the U.S., and live in Boston, fill out our online application!

Once you have applied to jobs, reach out to the organizations to which you have applied. By contacting organizations that you have applied to, they may invite you in for an interview.

View partner contact information

Onboarding is the process of filling out important hiring information online. You will receive an email with instructions about how to onboard online and next steps for hiring. To complete onboarding, you will need all of the required hiring documents. For more information, view our virtual onboarding guide or video.

VISIT OUR OFFICE

You must come into our office with the original documents outlined in the document checklist:

1483 Tremont Street
Roxbury, MA 02120
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2 - 6 p.m.

This step is called processing because we process your important information.

WE NEED ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS

You must bring in originals of all hiring documents, including your:

Work permits can be issued at our office. Youth employees will receive a photo ID.

To onboard online, view our virtual onboarding guide for directions.

Your employer will contact you by email or phone when you are cleared to work. You must wait until you hear from your employer before you start working.