career fair

Programs

Resident Services

Program participants will access counseling and social service referrals so that they can focus on improving their lives through education, employment, and life-changing opportunities.

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 kanderson@fenwaycdc.org or 617-267-4637 x 29.

Fenway Cares

“Fenway Cares” is a collective of Fenway community organizations (Fenway Community Development Corporation, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E./Peterborough Senior Center, and The Fenway Alliance) and residents to gather and share information with the Fenway neighborhood during the COVID-19 epidemic. Click here for details. For inquiries, contact FenwayCares@fenwaycommunitycenter.org or call (617) 466-3949.

Click here for our Protect Everyone poster and safety tips. You can download the poster here to color it and display at your home doors, car, and mailbox

Career Fair

Fenway CDC & Roxbury Community College Spring Career Fair was cancelled. For job opportunities, please visit Job Board for current listing. If you need assistance with resume and cover letter writing and interview preparation, please contact Kris Anderson at kanderson@fenwaycdc.org 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 members 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 kanderson@fenwaycdc.org or 617- 267- 4637 x 29.

Fenway Fair Foods

Fenway Fair Foods “$2 Per Bag” Program  

In partnership with Fair Foods, Fenway CDC will be re-opening our food distribution operations in June 2020 in compliance with safety guidelines. Please check back this page for distribution dates, time, and venue. Community residents with food insecurity can get a bag of fresh fruits and vegetables for $2 per bag. For inquiries, please contact Jasmine Vargas at jvargas@fenwaycdc.org or 617-267-4637 x13,