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, 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.

Current Openings:

Service Position: Commonwealth Corps Employment & Partnership Coordinator, Boston

MTW seeks 1 full-time Commonwealth Corps member to partner with MTW staff to support current youth participants and program graduates to measurable, positive long-term employment outcomes. The member will serve mainly in our Boston site with occasional days spent at our Waltham location. The Education & Partnership Coordinator will be a high-energy, organized leader who will: 1) coach youth on their job search and creation of resumes and cover letters; 2) evaluate and refine Career Services programming and resources; and 3) build and formalize partnerships with key employment partners.

Service Position: Commonwealth Corps Employment & Partnership Coordinator, Waltham

MTW seeks 1 full-time Commonwealth Corps member to partner with MTW staff to support current youth participants and program graduates to measurable, positive long-term employment outcomes. The member will serve mainly in our Waltham site with occasional days spent at our Boston location. The Education & Partnership Coordinator will be a high-energy, organized leader who will: 1) coach youth on their job search and creation of resumes and cover letters; 2) evaluate and refine Career Services programming and resources; and 3) build and formalize partnerships with key employment partners.