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Pathways Coordinator (AmeriCorps / MPF)

La persona voluntaria debe estar en o cerca de Boston, MA
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Fecha de inicio
12 de agosto de 2024
0:00 GMT-4
Fecha de finalización
27 de junio de 2025
23:59 GMT-4
Días laborables
Tiempo completo (30+ hrs/sem)


AmeriCorps Massachusetts Promise Fellows deliver the resources young people need to be successful in life by creating, managing, and leading meaningful out-of-school time programs for youth in grades 6-12. Fellow projects focus on college and career readiness and academic enrichment.  

The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship achieves this by placing AmeriCorps Fellows with schools, non-profit organizations, and state/local government agencies that focus on fulfilling the needs of our youth by providing: a caring adult, a safe place, a healthy start, an effective education, and an opportunity to serve.

Service Description

A Pathways Coordinator will help us build upon the program’s current foundation. The Fellow will work as a team with the Pathways  Manager to meet the ever-changing needs of the teens in our programs. They will provide college and career counseling to youth both  one-on-one and in groups, support the ZUMIX Teen Council, and co-design and implement work-readiness training for our youth  employees. 

Primary Location: 260 Sumner St E Boston 02128 

More information about ZUMIX and the youth program can be found at https://www.zumix.org/

Essential Functions

  • Youth Programming: lead and support inclusive and equitable youth programming for youth from diverse backgrounds; build positive, safe environments and relationships with youth
  • Data & Eval: collect data on youth activities and interaction, receive and provide feedback, engage in personal reflection
  • Time & Project Management: ability to prioritize tasks, manage time and meet deadlines
  • Communication & Collaboration: ability to communicate effectively and collaborate in a professional setting
  • Complete MPF data and evaluation requirements
  • Travel at least once per month for Fellowship meetings, retreats, and training throughout the Commonwealth
  • Make a full-time, 10.5 month commitment 

Marginal Functions

  • Provide training focused on the high school and college application process including application advising, essay support, and  financial aid advice 
  • Meet with youth in groups and individually to discuss their post-ZUMIX education and career plans 
  • Develop relationships with students to provide partner resources to youth in programs 
  • Co-advise the ZUMIX Teen Council which meets once a week 


  • Passionate about social justice, youth development, and working with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Proficiency in Spanish and/or Portuguese strongly preferred 
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative 
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills 
  • Deep belief in the power and potential of young people to create social change 
  • Experience working with youth 
  • Must be a US Citizen, US National or Permanent Resident Alien
  • Must be willing to undergo a National Service Criminal History Check, including screenings through the National Sex Offender Public Website, a name-based search of the statewide criminal history registry both in Massachusetts and your state of residence upon application to our program (if not Massachusetts), and a fingerprint based FBI check. *Eligibility to participate in MPF is contingent on the results of this screening

Fellow Schedule 

Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-8:00pm, occasional weekends 

Supervisor Name: Wilce Mascary Supervisor Email: wilce.mascary@zumix.org


For an 10.5 month full-time commitment (minimum of 1,700 hours of AmeriCorps service), Fellows receive:

A taxable living allowance of up to $27,000/year ♦  Loan forbearance and $7,395 Segal education award that can be used on past or future educational expenses ♦ Training and professional development ♦ FREE courses at Northeastern University in the College of Professional Studies & discounted courses upon successfully completing the service year  ♦ Travel reimbursement for 15+ miles for Fellow monthly meetings ♦ Career coaching and support ♦ Medical & Dental benefits

Apply ASAP! Applicants are selected on a rolling basis through June 30th, 2024. Please contact Mona Miao at m.miao@northeastern.edu if you would like to request an accommodation for the application and/or interview process.

More Info

  • Interviews will take place during May - July 2024.
  • Selection decisions will be made on or before August 4th, 2024 to guarantee an on time program start. 
  • All position offers will be provisional until 2024-2025  federal funding has been confirmed.
  • MPF Program dates are August 12th, 2024 - June 27th, 2025
  • Visit masspromise.sites.northeastern.edu for detailed program information

The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship is committed to providing equal opportunities. We serve and partner with diverse organizations, and are dedicated to non-discrimination. It is our policy to ensure that all individuals with whom we are in contact are treated equally without regard to age, color, disability, gender, marital status, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or expression, or veteran status. We require that all our partners make reasonable accommodations for interviews and service for any and all individuals with a permanent or temporary disability. We actively partner with organizations representing minority concerns and interests to build high-performing teams that mirror the communities we serve.

AmeriCorps Massachusetts Promise Fellows deliver the resources young people need to be successful in life by creating, managing, and leading meaningful out-of-school time programs for youth in grades 6-12. Fellow projects focus on…


260 Sumner St, Boston, MA 02128, United States

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