Jobs, Careers & Training Programs:
Boston Career Center – the City of Boston’s portal to employment and career opportunities: http://www.cityofboston.gov/ohr/careercenter/
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ website is helping its citizens connect with internships, jobs and volunteer opportunities. These range in experience level and are in various departments, as well as throughout the State.Check out http://www.mass.gov/portal/jobs-education/find-job/
StateJobs.net: Here's a database of agencies to help people find jobs city-by-city. You can look in a variety of career paths, from insurance agencies to marketing companies. http://www.statejobs.net/massachusetts/
Visit CareerBuilder.com for job postings in different career paths. Here's the link to jobs in Massachusetts: http://www.careerbuilder.com/jobs/Massachusetts/
With the help of Monster.com, Boston.com gives advice on your career search, helps with interviews, and connects the public with jobs throughout the State.
Head to http://www.boston.com/jobs/ to check it out!
ABCD offers low income Boston residents the chance to enroll in training programs that will teach them valuable skills and help them build a better future for themselves and their families. Here’s the website: http://www.bostonabcd.org/jobs-and-job-training.aspx
Need some help building that resume? Goodwill Memorial Industries can help. Head to Goodwill at 1010 Harrison Avenue, or go to the website and sign up ahead of time: http://www.goodwill.org/goodwill-for-you/jobs-and-careers/
ABCD’s SummerWorks Registration gives Boston teens the chance to explore careers, learn lifelong skills, and make some money during their summer off from school. For information, go to: https://www.summerworks.net/WorksClient/
Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s Boston Youth Zone website offers plenty of resources for our youth, including employment opportunities: http://www.bostonyouthzone.com/teenzone/
There are plenty of ways to learn about how Boston works and contribute to your community. Get help with your resume and tips for your interviews also. Check out: http://www.cityofboston.gov/students/JobsInternshipsandVolunteering.asp
TechBoston and Boston Public Schools offer the TechBoston apprenticeship program for talented high school students. Earn money and gain skills! Go to http://www.techboston.org/techapprentice.html
Construction and Apprenticeship Programs:
The Massachusetts Building Trades Council offers apprenticeship programs to help our residents pursue successful careers in construction.
Here are some of those websites: