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Streetworker (Outreach Worker) (Full Time)
A Streetworker’s mission has two overall objectives: to develop a peacemaking process between those youth that are most often involved in street violence; and secondly, to connect those young people most overlooked to the services they need.
AmeriCorps Members for Youth Empowerment Corps
The Youth Empowerment Corps is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to foster meaningful connections with youth and team members, develop useful professional skills, and contribute to a fulfilling and profound mission. Learn more about AmeriCorps service at UTEC. Interviews are currently being held for candidates interested in Year 8 of the Youth Empowerment Corps, to begin Fall 2015.
Teens Leading The Way: Boston Regional Fellow
UTEC coordinates a Statewide Youth-Led policymaking coalition called Teens Leading The Way. We are seeking a strong candidate based in Boston to be the next Boston Regional Fellow. This person will coordinate all young people in Boston in the TLTW coalition and work closely with staff from UTEC to advance the young people's development and campaign. Youth are currently working on a policy campaign to bring about expungement opportunities for young people 21 and younger who have criminal records.
Business Innovation Manager
The Business Innovation Manager oversees all aspects of business development for the three UTEC Social Enterprises serving youth ages 16-24 with proven-risk factors of serious criminal and gang involvement: Mattress Recycling, Food Services (Café UTEC, Catering, and a new Food Production crew), and Woodworking/Furniture Making. This includes developing creative partnerships for both buyers and sellers, retail and business-to-business marketing to build the businesses, and identification of innovative and untried revenue streams for the enterprises. The Manager will have a thorough knowledge of the UTEC mission and goals, our enterprise operations and our financials. S/he will work with Program Managers from each enterprise to determine capacity and opportunities. S/he will help develop marketing strategies and tactical plans for each enterprise and will lead regular social media activity. The Business Innovation Manager reports to the Chief Innovation Officer.
Mattress Recycling Operations Manager
The Mattress Recylcing Operations Manager oversees all aspects of the warehouse operations from scheduling intakes and pick-ups with customers and vendors to day-to-day operations in the warehouse. The Manager will supervise a small team of senior UTEC youth who will assist with transporting, deconstructing, baling and moving materials. S/he will work in partnership with the UTEC Transformational Beginnings Team to help youth gain transitional work experience and achieve business objectives. While the primary role will be to oversee operations, the Manager will be expected to work effectively with UTEC youth. The Matress Recycling Operations Manager reports to the Chief Innovation Officer.
Transformational Beginnings Program Manager
The Transformational Beginnings (TB) Program Manager guides and supports all youth who participate in the Mattress Deconstruction and Recycling Enterprise, the first phase of workforce programming. S/he plans and implements daily structured programming, which includes working in the mattress recycling warehouse, workshops, talking circles, and orientation sessions. Above all else, the TB Program Manager identifies as a dedicated youth worker with a passion for transitional employment programming.
Social Justice Educator
We are looking for a smart and experienced youth worker/educator to run UTEC’s daily morning circle and weekly social justice workshops, and to guide the implementation of social justice education across all UTEC programming. UTEC’s social justice workshops, which focus on power, privilege, oppression and identity, are the first stage of a three-stage program to engage proven-risk youth, ages 16-24, in community organizing and policymaking work. This individual is energetic, possesses contagious passion, intelligently fearless, creative, action oriented, organized and youth focused!
UTEC’s Transitional Coaches (TCs) provide critical support and services to young people in the Workforce Development Program (WFD). They encourage youth to persist in programming and help youth address barriers to attendance and success. They are a critical figure in a youth’s UTEC experience and, often, life. A TC’s work involves meeting with youth to co-identify strengths, assets, supports, challenges and barriers and co-creating service plans and goals to help youth achieve short-term and long-term success. TCs closely work with WFD Program Managers, UTEC’s mental health and substance abuse counselors, and educators.