Team Openings

Do you want to be part of a team that empowers youth to be part of their own solution? More Than Words offers an entrepreneurial, fast-paced work environment where successes and differences are celebrated. Bring your skills, compassionate accountability, and belief in the potential of our young people to a place you can make a difference.

More Than Words is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, age, citizenship status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. We are committed to ensuring our staff and board reflect the racial and ethnic diversity and lived experiences of the young adults we are privileged to serve. People of color are highly encouraged to apply.

Youth Development Manager – Boston, MA

The Youth Development Manager works directly with youth, both individually and in small groups, to set and achieve goals around employment, education, and self-efficacy. You will be assisting youth to navigate challenges on the road to self-sufficiency, recruiting new youth to MTW, and enhancing relationships with referral and other community partners at our Boston site.

Youth Development Manager – Waltham, MA

The Youth Development Manager works directly with youth, both individually and in small groups, to set and achieve goals around employment, education, and self-efficacy. You will be assisting youth to navigate challenges on the road to self-sufficiency, recruiting new youth to MTW, and enhancing relationships with referral and other community partners at our Waltham site.

Youth Development Manager (Temporary, Full-time) – Boston, MA

The Youth Development Manager works directly with youth, both individually and in small groups, to set and achieve goals around employment, education, and self-efficacy. You will be assisting youth to navigate challenges on the road to self-sufficiency, recruiting new youth to MTW, and enhancing relationships with referral and other community partners. This position is temporary (6 months).

Career Services Manager – Boston, MA

The Career Services Manager (CSM) designs and implements services to support youth to make a successful transition to post-secondary education and/or employment. In addition to working directly with youth in More Than Words’ core program, you will also serve youth during a 24-month period following program completion.

Associate Director of Institutional Relations – Boston & Waltham, MA

The Associate Director of Institutional Relations will engage a wide range of stakeholders and achieve ambitious goals around fundraising and partnerships. You will cultivate corporate, foundation, and government stakeholders,  manage compliance on government contracts, and supervise an experienced part-time Grants Manager.

Book Donations Manager/Truck Driver – Boston, MA

The Book Donations Manager trains youth while handling pick-up and delivery of book donations from private homes, businesses, libraries, and community groups. You will be driving a truck, interfacing with customers and donors, and providing ongoing coaching and training, feedback and support for youth to learn warehouse and truck operations.

Commonwealth Corps Business Systems Coordinator – Waltham, MA

The Business Systems Coordinator is a service internship through the Commonwealth Corps. The Business Systems Coordinator collaborates with staff to improve the efficiency of More Than Words’ online bookselling business. You will be coaching MTW youth on transferable job skills and evaluating and refining training materials at our Waltham site.

Commonwealth Corps Business Systems Coordinator – Boston, MA

The Business Systems Coordinator is a service internship through the Commonwealth Corps. The Business Systems Coordinator collaborates with staff to improve the efficiency of More Than Words’ online bookselling business. You will be coaching MTW youth on transferable job skills and evaluating and refining training materials at our Boston site.