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YMCA of Greater Boston, Inc.
  • 3 Centre Plaza, Ste. 901, Boston, MA 02108
  • 617-542-1800
  • Supervised Job Search
Job Search
Program activities:

YMCA Training, Inc. seeks to provide pathways to employment that offer family-supporting wages and benefits to unemployed and underemployed adults in Greater Boston. We provide job skills training and employment assistance in close collaboration with the business community.

The program is 12-weeks long with 8 additional weeks of supported job search. The 12-weeks include 3 hours weekly of career management curriculum, that includes supporting trainees in building their job search portfolio. With a Graduate Services Specialist and an Employment Development Manager on our team, we are able to provide online, structured job search with trainees and graduates. Job search activities include identification of job openings, application completion assistance, resume and cover letter support, follow-up, preparation for phone screening, preparation for interview(s), thank you letters, and coaching on job acceptance.

Our staff strives to support our trainees and graduates every step of the way to employment, and work collaboratively with our employer partners such as Boston Housing Authority, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Bove & Lange, and The Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity.

Program is offered in: English
Participant demographics:

Low Income adults

Anticipated number of SNAP participants per year: 25
Total hours: 21
Program duration: 20 weeks
Rolling Admission: Yes
Number of cycles: 4
Program start dates: June 2024
Sample schedule:
HoursActivity TypeMonTueWedThuFriSatSun
9:00am-12:00pmJob Readiness
1:00pm-4:00pmJob Search
Is the program offered remotely? Yes
Is public transportation available? Yes

Location information:

100 Franklin Street, Lower Level,Boston, MA 02110 (Map use: 201 Devonshire Street) Site is accessible via public transportation.
Additional information about location:

For Directions use: 201 Devonshire Street, Boston

Other requirements: Demonstrated English proficiency (SPL 5+)
Program is CORI friendly? Yes
Anticipated outcomes: Certificate of Completion
Other outcomes: Employment/Promotion, Increased English fluency

Participant Supports:

Participant Support CategoryAll participantsAs needed
Are there any out of pocket expenses for the participant? No
Do participants receive any pay? Not applicable

Contact Information

Program Liaison: Camille Chase-de la Paz
Telephone: 617-990-1027
Program code: YMCA-TI-JS
ABAWD Qualifying? No