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Working in the child welfare sector is critical to building support systems for children in our state.  There are a variety of ways to build a career in this sector- as a clinician, as managerial or support staff, and as an advocate. View our job board below to see how you can apply your talents to support the needs of children, youth, and families. 

Interested in posting to our job board? Connect with our helpful staff here.

 

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OUR STATE PARTNERS

MA Department of Children & Families (DCF)

MA Department of Mental Health (DMH)

MA Department of Youth Services (DYS)

MA Executive Office of Health & Human Services (EOHHS)

 

OUR MEMBERS

Featured opportunities are provided below. To view the full range of available jobs at an organization, please click on their corresponding link. 

18 Degrees

Ascentria Care Alliance

Baystate Community Services

Boys Town New England

Brandon Residential Treatment Center, Inc.

Cambridge Family & Children’s Service

Center for Human Development

Centerboard

Child & Family Services, Inc.

Children’s Services of Roxbury

Children’s Study Home

Communities for People

Community Action Pioneer Valley

COMPASS

Cotting School

Devereux

Doctor Franklin Perkins School

Fall River Deaconess Home

Family & Community Resource Center

Family Continuity

Family Services of the Merrimack Valley

Friends of Children

Gandara Mental Health Center, Inc.

Heading Home

The Home for Little Wanderers

HopeWell

Kennedy-Donovan Center

Key Program

Latham Centers

LUK, Inc.

MA Adoption Resource Exchange

Featured Opportunity: Children’s‘ Service Coordinator for Foster Care/Adoption The Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) finds adoptive homes for children and teens waiting in foster care. The Children’s’ Service Coordinator position will oversee the caseload in the Northern region of the state and collaboratively work with DCF and contracted adoption agency social workers on behalf of youth in foster care. To apply to this position or to read more about the roles and qualifications, please view the job posting here.

This role is full-time and remote during COVID. No direct work with children is involved. Salary is $42-46,000 a year with generous benefits including health, dental, death, and disability insurance. 

Massachusetts Children’s Alliance (MACA) 

Massachusetts Law Reform Institute

Massachusetts MENTOR

More Than Words

NFI Massachusetts

Old Colony YMCA 

Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps

St. Ann’s Home

St. Vincent’s Services

Stevens Treatment Programs

Treehouse Foundation

Walker Cares

Wayside Youth

Youth Opportunities Upheld (You Inc)

Youth Villages Inc 

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