Job Opportunities

Positions with PBHA

For Students

STRIDE Undergraduate Scholarship Program
Applications now open for the 2016-2017 term.

Scholarships are awarded to income-eligible undergraduate students to support a consistent, year-round commitment to service. Any enrolled full-time college student eligible for Federal Work-Study, significant financial aid, or is from a low-income background is invited to apply. Learn more.

STRIDE Postgraduate Fellowship
Applications are now open, letter of intent due March 6th
PBHA’s Stride Fellowships are intended for Harvard seniors who were devoted to service as undergraduates, and who demonstrate a future lifetime commitment to service. The spirit of the award is to provide fellows with the opportunity to put their vision for social change into action. Learn more.

Director – Summer Urban Program
Directors will oversee the operation of one of 10 SUP camps in Boston or Cambridge. Learn more. 

Senior Counselor – Summer Urban Program
SUP seeks college students to work as senior counselors in one of 10 SUP camps. Each senior counselor will lead a classroom of 10 children for seven weeks during the summer, support a high school-age junior counselor, and contribute to the overall operations of camp. Learn more.

Junior Counselor – Summer Urban Program

If you a resident of Boston, there are two steps to your application. First, click here to register with Boston Youth Fund’s SuccessLink. Second, fill out an application to be a junior counselor for SUP here. If you have any questions about your application, please email Morgan at sup@pbha.org.

PBHA’s junior counselor program is administrated through PBHA’s Leaders!, a year-long community leadership program for high school-aged youth in the Boston area. Junior counselors work with college-age senior counselors to lead classrooms of 10 children for seven weeks in the summer. Learn more.

Summer Urban Program (SUP) applications for junior counselors are closed, they will reopen soon.

For Professional Staff

Nonprofit Management Fellow
We are now accepting applications for a Nonprofit Management Fellow to begin this August.
PBHA’s Nonprofit Management Fellowship provides recent graduates with the knowledge and experience necessary to pursue a nonprofit management career. The fellow will support PBHA’s work in areas including fundraising, communications, special events, and alumni outreach. Learn more.

Positions with Outside Organizations

In addition to the opportunities available at PBHA, members of the our community are welcome to share job openings here. Please note that these positions are not affiliated with PBHA in any way.