Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston members and alums (ages 15 -21) are getting ready for productive, educational, life changing experiences, mentorship, and internships that will lead to meaningful work and careers.

Congratulations Fellows Class of 2021 on Graduation from Ready to Work University! Summer Session and internships are underway! 

BLACK LIVES MATTER: We do not tolerate racism of any kind and we are committed to taking action against racial injustice. Please read BGCB’s full statement here.

RTW UNIVERSITY

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT READY TO WORK UNIVERSITY

Summer Jobs/Summer Session has begun!

FOR FELLOWS

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BEING A FELLOW

 

The Class of 2021 Fellows has graduated! The application to be part of the Class of 2022 will be out in September.

FOR EMPLOYERS

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

We want to partner with you to create a special virtual or in-person job or mentorship opportunity for a Ready To Work Fellow.

Where opportunity ignites potential! Please join us.

FULL CALENDAR

RTW UNIVERSITY 2021:

RTW SUMMER 2020:

KEY COMPONENTS OF SUMMER SESSION: 

VIRTUAL WORK
EXPERIENCE

2020 INTERNSHIPS

All Fellows work in paid virtual or in-person internships during the summer.  

PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT

SEE THE SPEAKERS

 Ready to Go!
Speaker Series
Workshops
Special Events

COMMUNITY
SERVICE

LEARN MORE

Ready to Serve
Expanding Your Horizon Podcast on Leadership
RTW Blog on Summer

RTW PODCAST ON LEADERSHIP

Fellows interview community leaders to learn from their reflections on leadership. Click here to see all episodes!

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EPISODE 5
EXPANDING YOUR HORIZON Rontear Farmer

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EPISODE 3
EXPANDING YOUR HORIZON Abrigal Forrester

Interested in working on the podcast? Sign up using the form on our Community Service page.

SIGN UP TO WORK ON THE PODCAST
our mission

The Mission of the READY TO WORK Fellows’ Initiative is to:

CONNECT
our Fellows to work experience that builds the background and workplace skills that can lead to future job opportunities;

INTRODUCE
our Fellows to potential mentors who can advise them about pathways to careers;

EDUCATE
workplaces about the talent that exists in communities they may not traditionally tap for talent.

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