career fair


Workforce Development and Education Program

Since 1994, Fenway CDC’s “Walk to Work” workforce development program has placed hundreds of residents into jobs in the Longwood Medical and Academic Area and throughout Greater Boston. We help program participants access:

  • Education advancement and English language training (ESOL)
  • Resume and cover letter writing assistance
  • Education programs to obtain employment credentials
  • Job readiness training (resume writing, interview skills, and basic job skills)
  • Career counseling and job placement services
  • Resource room with free internet access and job listings in Greater Boston
  • Employment guidance and life-skills workshops

To set up an appointment, please contact Kris Anderson at or 617-267-4637 x 29.

Career and Resource Fair

Complete Your Census Form Today!
Complete your Census Form Today! Go to to complete the Census for your household! It’s safe, easy, and important. By completing your form, each resident of the Fenway brings in $2,500 to the community. Participate TODAY! For people who prefer to complete their Census form via phone, click here for details.
Call For Volunteers!
Join Fenway CDC and the Massachusetts Voter Table to phone bank for the Census! We need volunteers to support in making calls for a complete & Equitable Count in the 2020 Census. We must ensure that everyone is safe during this public health emergency and that everyone is seen, heard, and counted in the 2020 Census.
Phone banks will take place every Tuesday, 11am – 1pm, and Thursday, 5pm – 7pm, to call residents in census tracts with the lowest self-response rates. You’ll need a computer and a cell phone. Click here to register.

Spring Fenway CDC & Roxbury Community College Career Fair is cancelled. For job opportunities, please contact Kris Anderson at or (617) 267-4637 x 29.

Fenway Family Coalition (FFC)

The Fenway Family Coalition (FFC) members comprise of parents, guardians, and care givers in the Fenway neighborhood who collaborate to improve the quality of life for families and children. FFC member create parent-child interactive opportunities by developing programs, services, educational workshops, parenting seminars, and community events. FCC members meet quarterly and organize Halloween Eat & Treat Party, Friendsgiving event, Mother’s Jazz Day Brunch, and many more fun and meaningful events.

To become a FFC member, please contact Kris Anderson at or 617- 267- 4637 x 29.

Fenway Fair Foods Two Dollar-a-Bag Program

Fenway Fair Foods “$2 Per Bag” Program  

Every other Wednesday, 3 pm – 5 pm
Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, 165 Park Drive, Boston.

Fenway CDC has partnered with Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral to bring the Fair Foods “$2 per Bag” program to the Fenway neighborhood. Through Fair Foods distribution events, community residents can purchase up to 12 lbs. of fresh fruits, vegetables, and bread for only $2 per bag regardless of their income level. Residents can also enjoy food samples along with recipes that help identify and utilize the produce they receive.

To register as a volunteer, please contact Kris Anderson at or (617) 267-4637 x 29. Click here for our calendar of events to find upcoming distribution dates.

Massachusetts 211 HelpSteps   

Since 2005, HelpSteps has been a collaboration between the Boston Public Health Commission and Boston Children’s Hospital to help Boston residents locate agencies to address their unique healthcare and social service needs. Massachusetts has a wealth of health and social service resources, but many residents do not know what is available to them. Dr. Eric Fleegler, founder of HelpSteps, explains that “Boston is resource rich; however, it is difficult for individuals to navigate the multitude of resources and then programs’ eligibility criteria. HelpSteps streamlines the search. This new joint effort with Mass211 is an exciting next step to help families throughout the entire Commonwealth.” In addition to updating the agency database to reflect the merger, the HelpSteps website has also been improved to provide more accurate and efficient information. When Monica Valdes Lupi, JD, MPH was asked about this merger she said that “People need effective tools for navigating a complex maze of services. We’re excited for this new collaboration and look forward to working together to help communities on their journeys to improving their health.”

To register as a volunteer, please contact Kris Anderson at or (617) 267-4637 x 29.