Youth Workers

Phillips Brooks House Association’s Summer Urban Program: This program is seeking a youth worker or teacher for 11 hours to train senior counselors on fundamentals of working with 11-13 year-olds in the summer academic enrichment day program. Training dates: June 17, 19, 21 and 25. $1,300 compensation. Send resumes to: Jesse Leavitt, jesse@pbha.org 617-496-1886

Inquiry-based Learning CEU Course: Participants will engage in hands-on experiences of activities from Boston Children’s Museum’s award-winning “Beyond the Chalkboard” curriculum; and be introduced to proven high-quality teaching methods that are being used in after school programs across the country and around the world. Apr 30th  & May 8th, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm; May 22, 9am - 12:30pm. Grove Hall Community Center. Deadline: Apr 11 (priority) and Apr 18. http://region6eps.bostonabcd.org/inquiry-based-learning-supporting-quality-intentional-enrichment-after-school-3

Blackstone Academy Summer Program Director: The Blackstone Academy is looking for a Summer Camp Director responsible for the care and implementation of appropriate programs for school age children ages 5-10 years. The director will be the point person for the oversight of the entire summer program. This individual must be able to a work from mid-May (planning/part-time) through August. Keith Houston, 617-635-5162,keith.houston@cityofboston.gov

Community Call: Now accepting nominations for the Greater Boston Young Leader of the Year Award. Their mission is to recognize a young leader who has made a positive impact in our community and motivates others to become philanthropic! Nominee must be a resident of MA between the ages of 20-34. Deadline: Apr 30. 617-236-1936, www.communitycall.org

Free Aquarium Tickets for Community-Based Organizations:  If your CBO would like to visit the aquarium, please visit the Community Programs at www.neaq.org/community and complete the visit request form. Summer booking fills up fast. 617-973-0281

Update Your Programs on BOSTONavigator: Make sure youth, parents, guidance counselors, and youth workers can find your summer program on BOSTONavigator by keeping your information updated. This also allows for more accurate search results throughout the website. www.bostonavigator.org

Do You Want to Add Information to the Boston Youth Zone Newsletter?: If you would like to add information about your program, please email Youthline@cityofboston.gov by the 23rd of each month. Please include details about the program, cost, location, and who someone should contact for more information.