~ The Office of Workforce Development (OWD) has recently announced an exciting opportunity for Boston residents looking for a part-time position that is both fulfilling and educational. The Commonwealth Corps, a program under OWD, is seeking individuals to serve a ten-month term supporting and expanding critical programs such as Boston Saves, City Academy, and the Tuition-Free Community College (TFCC) Plan.

OWD is currently in the process of recruiting for three part-time, paid positions within the Commonwealth Corps. These positions offer the chance to be a part of fast-paced and cutting-edge community development programs in the city of Boston. Members will have the opportunity to provide direct service, community outreach, and administrative support to various workforce development programs.

In order to ensure diversity within their team, OWD is specifically seeking candidates with multicultural backgrounds and connections to the Boston community. Students and those who are multilingual are also encouraged to apply for these positions.

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The three available positions are Data and Evaluation Coordinator, Boston Saves Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator, and Tuition Free Community College Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator. Interested individuals can click on each role to view the full job description.

To apply for these positions, interested candidates must submit a resume and cover letter to Dr. Sasha Abby VanDerzee at by June 15, 2024. Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received. The selected candidates will begin their roles on August 19, 2024 and serve until June 21, 2025 for 20 hours per week. They will receive a stipend of $625 semi-monthly while in service, up to $13,125 after taxes and withholdings have been deducted.

This is an excellent opportunity for individuals looking to make a positive impact in their community while gaining valuable experience in workforce development programs. Don't miss out on this chance - apply now!

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