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.

Meet Jumana Aljohni, Fenway CDC’s Career Coach

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
  • Tech Goes Home computer literacy training
  • Employment guidance and life-skills workshops

If you need any assistance to access the above services, please contact Jumana Aljohni at or (617) 267-4637 x 29.

Fenway Cares

“Fenway Cares” is a collaboration of Fenway area non-profits comprising of Audubon Circle Neighborhood Association, Fenway Community Development Corporation, Fenway Civic Association, Fenway Community Center, Operation P.E.A.C.E., and Fenway Alliance. Fenway Cares provides food access program to serve community residents. If you are in need of accessing food or interested to volunteer in our food distribution program, please contact or call (617) 466-3949. Visit this webpage for details.