BCYF Youth Engagement & Employment
YEE works with a network of community organizations and businesses to provide valuable opportunities for Boston’s teens. In our work, we:
- place teens in summer and school-year jobs
- provide guidance and mentorship, and
- ensures Boston's youth have the skills and professionalism needed to succeed.
If you registered, you can check the timeline and your status via the link below. Please keep in mind, registering with Successlink does not guarantee you a job.
We have extended our hours for you to come in to complete your onboarding.
Monday - 2pm-7pm
Tuesday - 2pm-8pm
Wednesday - 2pm-7pm
Thursday - 2pm-8pm
Friday - 2pm-7pm
Saturday - 9am - 5pm
Sunday - 12pm - 5pm (except 6/18)
1483 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02120
If you're a young person living in Boston and looking for a summer job, you have a couple of different options:
Are you living in Boston and between 15 - 18 years old? Find out about our Successlink summer jobs program.
After you register with Successlink, you're entered into our summer jobs lottery. Please keep in mind, registering with Successlink does not guarantee you a job.
If you’re enrolled in a Boston Public School high school, you can also contact a Private Industry Council (PIC) career specialist at your school. Find your school’s career specialist.
The Successlink Summer Youth Employment Program provides meaningful jobs to teens in the summer. For decades, the City and local partners have worked to get employers involved. Learn more about how to sign up your company.
For the summer of 2017, we’ll be using a lottery to pick teens for available summer jobs.
The Mayor's Youth Council (MYC) is a team of 85 teenagers who advise Mayor Walsh on policy and programming.
Youth Lead the Change is a year-to-year participatory budget process. Young Bostonians get to help manage how $1 million of the City’s budget is spent to make Boston even better!