Job Openings

Re-Engagement Specialist

The Re-Engagement Specialist will work as part of a team dedicated to contacting recent high school dropouts and re-enrolling them in the Boston Public Schools (BPS). The team works at the BPS Re-Engagement Center to ensure appropriate placement for these returning students and supports the placement of disengaged high school students into alternative education placements. The team maintains contact with returning students at their new schools. If re-enrollment in the BPS is not a viable option, the team strives to connect the dropout with other public or non-profit support systems, such as high school equivalency (HSE) programs and Boston’s Career Centers.

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Please submit cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (Cameron.Mendes-Moreau@bostonpic.org) by Friday, October 18, 2019.



Career Specialist

Based in one or more Boston public high schools, the Career Specialist recruits and prepares students for employment throughout the year and identifies work-ready students to make appropriate referrals. In coordination with the PIC’s employer engagement team, the Career Specialist supports students through selection processes and at worksites to make sure that they are meeting employer expectations and engaging in productive work-based learning experiences. The Career Specialist must be able to work effectively with youth, employers, teachers, school administrators, and PIC staff.

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Please submit cover letter and resume to Cat Cote (catherine.cote@bostonpic.org) by Friday, September 27, 2019.


Young Adult Career Coach

The Young Adult Career Coach (Coach) will support Boston Public Schools graduates who are not attending college. The Coach will work with other PIC staff to recruit recent graduates and graduating seniors at high-need high schools who are not attending college. The Coach will provide these young adults with individualized assessment, career exploration, and preparation for employment. The Coach will refer them to job training programs and jobs with potential for advancement. The Coach will be a member of the PIC’s Re-Engagement team and will collaborate with the Employer Engagement, Postsecondary, and School-to-Career teams in identifying participants and resources. The Coach will develop a portfolio of high-quality job training programs and employers in order to secure strong placements for participants.

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To apply, email cover letter and resume to Cameron Mendes-Moreau (cameron.mendes-moreau@bostonpic.org) by Monday, November 4, 2019.