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Boston Fenway Health Openings

Since 1971, Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBT community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population.

At Fenway Health, we embrace a dynamic, skilled, innovative and empowered workforce. The workplace is what connects us to our community, and our community is invaluable to us. As part of the Fenway Family, your experiences, culture, and initiative don’t go to waste. It is our mission to empower our patients and staff to create a welcoming atmosphere, where the highest quality of healthcare services can be provided.

Boston Fenway Health Openings

Quality. At Fenway Health, we strive to commit to the health of our patients by providing the highest quality of care. Similarly, we aim to provide a positive, quality employee experience by making the application, hiring and onboarding processes streamlined for incumbent employees.

Empowered. Staff is encouraged to ask questions, give feedback and get involved!

Collective. We encourage individuals to use their voices to solve problems that challenge Fenway so that we can all achieve our collective goal of providing access to quality healthcare for the well-being of our community.

Behavioral Health
Outpatient Psychotherapist (LICSW Required) MA, Boston
Case Management
Care Access Navigator MA, Boston
Transgender Health Navigator (AAC) MA, Boston
Transgender Health Program Patient Advocate MA, Boston
Customer Service
Patient Services Coordinator MA, Boston
Patient Services Coordinator – Optometry MA, Boston
Data Management
Program Data Coordinator MA, Boston
Dentistry
Dental Assistant MA, Boston
Dentist MA, Boston
Per Diem Dental Hygienist MA, Boston
Healthcare
Mammography Technologist (Per Diem) MA, Boston
Medical Assistant-3rd Floor MA, Boston
OB/GYN Physician MA, Boston
Per Diem Clinical Assistant – Call Center MA, Boston
Per Diem Provider (NP, PA, or MD) MA, Boston
Primary Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant – Family Medicine MA, Boston
Primary Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant – Internal Medicine MA, Boston
Primary Care Physician – Family Medicine or Medicine/Pediatrics MA, Boston
Primary Care Physician – Internal Medicine MA, Boston
Housing Services
Bilingual Housing Search Specialist MA, Boston
Information Technology
Helpdesk Analyst – AAC MA, Boston
Junior Administrator MA, Boston
Nursing
Temporary Team Nurse – Ambulatory Care MA, Boston
Pharmacy
Clinical & Research Pharmacist MA, Boston
Per Diem Refill Coordinator MA, Boston
Prevention
Health Educator, Needle Exchange and Overdose Prevention MA, Cambridge
Prevention Case Manager, Youth on Fire MA, Cambridge
Transgender Health Navigator MA, Boston
Public Health Research
Biomedical Research Clinician (Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant) MA, Boston
Director of Administration and Planning MA, Boston
Research Assistant – HIV Research MA, Boston
TFI Postdoc Researcher MA, Boston

Boston Fenway Health Openings

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Family Equality Council Jobs Boston

Family Equality Council advances legal and lived equality for LGBTQ families, and for those who wish to form them, through building community, changing hearts and minds, and driving policy change. Family Equality Council believes every LGBTQ person should have the right and opportunity to form and sustain a loving family, regardless of who they are or where they live.

Family Equality Council Jobs Boston

CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION RELATIONS MANAGER

Location: Flexible – must be comfortable working from a home-based environment
Reporting to: Chief Development Officer

Under the guidance of the Chief Development Officer, the Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager works closely with the organization’s overall leadership team, to create and manage a well-coordinated, strategic development plan to cultivate, steward, and solicit support from foundations, corporations, and government sources. This position specifically works to establish long-term partnerships, strengthen existing relationships and initiate new contacts within these entities.

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FELLOWSHIPS & INTERNSHIPS

FAMILY WEEK FELLOW

Location: Remote/working from home until June 1, 2018, after which date the Fellow will primarily work from a seasonal office space in Boston or Somerville, Massachusetts (accessible via the T)
Reporting to: Director of Family Engagement

The Family Week Fellow is an integral part of the Program team and will have a hands-on role in the planning and implementation of Family Week. The Fellow will work closely with the East Coast Regional Manager, the Program team, and across organizational departments, to assist in community outreach, event planning and execution, use of social media, fundraising, and much more.

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COMMUNITY & PROGRAM INTERNSHIP
Job Location: Within New England – currently defined as Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, preferably in Boston or Somerville, Massachusetts (accessible via Boston’s subway system, known as “the T”)
Reports to: Director of Family EngagementThe Community & Program Interns are an integral part of the Program Team and play a hands-on role in all Family Equality Council community programs. This unpaid internship involves community outreach, event planning and execution, use of social media, fundraising, and much more. Success in this position requires excellent organizational skills, the ability to problem solve independently, a team-oriented mindset, highly developed communication skills (written and verbal), superior interpersonal skills, and a commitment to social justice … and fun!

Family Equality Council provides a team-based environment and we value the benefits of a diversified workplace. Women, people of color, transgender individuals and members of other underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

Family Equality Council is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, citizenship, physical or mental disability (including HIV status), ethnicity, family responsibilities, gender identity and expression, marital status, matriculation, national origin, physical appearance, race, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, union membership, veteran status or other unlawful factors, with respect to recruiting, hiring, job assignment, promotion, discipline, discharge, compensation, training and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.

Family Equality Council Jobs Boston

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Simmons College Supports Pride

A special thanks to the crew over at SocialWork@Simmons for the new graphic.

Simmons College Supports Pride

Simmons College Supports Pride

United States of Pride, SocialWork@Simmons

Hi Seasons of Pride team,

First and foremost thank you for all that you do in empowering the LGBT community and consistently publishing resources and tools to bring the community together. I am writing on behalf of Simmons College and we are proud of our commitment to embracing diversity and inclusivity. Our students come from all over the United States and we created a piece that spotlights many of the major LGBT pride festivals occurring across the nation this summer. The graphic is titled: “The United States of Pride.” 

http://socialwork.simmons.edu/socialworksimmons-celebrates-pride/

In an effort to continue to spread the message of pride and raise awareness around LGBT history, we would be honored if you could share this tool as part of your Pride Calendar page! 

In Solidarity,

SocialWork@Simmons

Every year, hundreds of marchers take to Copley Square to celebrate the city of Boston’s commitment to embracing their diverse history and culture of inclusivity in the Boston Pride Parade. We are #WickedProud to report that many of SocialWork@Simmons’ faculty and students will be marching as part of this year’s celebration! In addition, we are serving as a Purple Level Sponsor External link for this year’s Boston Pride Festival and are thrilled to be giving back to our community.

About the Parade:

Date: Saturday, June 13th 2015 (rain or shine)
Time: 12 p.m. – 3p.m.
Place: Copley Square
For more information: External linkBostonPride.org External link

Join Us!

If you are SocialWork@Simmons student or a friend of our program, we invite you to march with us on the 13th! If you are interested in joining, please reach out to Chris Ingrao at cingrao@socialwork.simmons.edu and we can send you more information.

If you are unable to join us in person, there are many ways in which you can participate in the celebration. We invite you to follow us along on our social media platforms where we will giving regular updates about the parade:

Be sure to follow along with this year’s official hashtag #WickedProud to see updates from the festival in real time. We also invite you to follow us along on our SocialWork@Simmons blog where we will be publishing photos and a thorough recap of our experience.


In 1904, Simmons became the first college to offer training and education to clinical social workers. Today, that tradition of innovation continues with our online Master of Social Work (MSW) program, SocialWork@Simmons. As Simmons School of Social Work (SSW) enters its second century, we are excited to be at the forefront of innovations taking place in clinical social work education, bringing our knowledge and experience to students nationwide with our online MSW program.

At Simmons, student outcomes are paramount. We take a hands-on approach to online learning, combining a rigorous social work education with a collaborative online environment. SocialWork@Simmons students complete the same intensive coursework as on-campus students, participate in field placements in or near their own communities, and benefit from a lifetime of support from colleagues, professors, and SSW.

SocialWork@Simmons is different than other online learning experiences. Through a state-of-the-art learning platform, we offer small online classes taught live by SSW faculty. Our faculty also work with curriculum designers to create immersive video coursework, which students complete on their own schedule between live classes. This coursework features case studies and interactive lectures designed to build clinical expertise and skills for social work practice. Coursework also facilitates discussion in live classes, bringing theory to life and preparing students for work in the field.

Like our on-campus program, our online MSW blends classes and experience in the field to actively prepare students for the challenges of practice. Our field placement team works with students to find meaningful clinical internships. In addition, we support students from the moment they inquire about the program — with dedicated support throughout the admissions process, during the program, and after graduation.

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Simmons College Supports Pride

A special thanks to the crew over at SocialWork@Simmons for the new graphic.

Simmons College Supports Pride

Simmons College Supports Pride

United States of Pride, SocialWork@Simmons

Hi Seasons of Pride team,

First and foremost thank you for all that you do in empowering the LGBT community and consistently publishing resources and tools to bring the community together. I am writing on behalf of Simmons College and we are proud of our commitment to embracing diversity and inclusivity. Our students come from all over the United States and we created a piece that spotlights many of the major LGBT pride festivals occurring across the nation this summer. The graphic is titled: “The United States of Pride.” 

http://socialwork.simmons.edu/socialworksimmons-celebrates-pride/

In an effort to continue to spread the message of pride and raise awareness around LGBT history, we would be honored if you could share this tool as part of your Pride Calendar page! 

In Solidarity,

SocialWork@Simmons

Every year, hundreds of marchers take to Copley Square to celebrate the city of Boston’s commitment to embracing their diverse history and culture of inclusivity in the Boston Pride Parade. We are #WickedProud to report that many of SocialWork@Simmons’ faculty and students will be marching as part of this year’s celebration! In addition, we are serving as a Purple Level Sponsor External link for this year’s Boston Pride Festival and are thrilled to be giving back to our community.

About the Parade:

Date: Saturday, June 13th 2015 (rain or shine)
Time: 12 p.m. – 3p.m.
Place: Copley Square
For more information: External linkBostonPride.org External link

Join Us!

If you are SocialWork@Simmons student or a friend of our program, we invite you to march with us on the 13th! If you are interested in joining, please reach out to Chris Ingrao at cingrao@socialwork.simmons.edu and we can send you more information.

If you are unable to join us in person, there are many ways in which you can participate in the celebration. We invite you to follow us along on our social media platforms where we will giving regular updates about the parade:

Be sure to follow along with this year’s official hashtag #WickedProud to see updates from the festival in real time. We also invite you to follow us along on our SocialWork@Simmons blog where we will be publishing photos and a thorough recap of our experience.


In 1904, Simmons became the first college to offer training and education to clinical social workers. Today, that tradition of innovation continues with our online Master of Social Work (MSW) program, SocialWork@Simmons. As Simmons School of Social Work (SSW) enters its second century, we are excited to be at the forefront of innovations taking place in clinical social work education, bringing our knowledge and experience to students nationwide with our online MSW program.

At Simmons, student outcomes are paramount. We take a hands-on approach to online learning, combining a rigorous social work education with a collaborative online environment. SocialWork@Simmons students complete the same intensive coursework as on-campus students, participate in field placements in or near their own communities, and benefit from a lifetime of support from colleagues, professors, and SSW.

SocialWork@Simmons is different than other online learning experiences. Through a state-of-the-art learning platform, we offer small online classes taught live by SSW faculty. Our faculty also work with curriculum designers to create immersive video coursework, which students complete on their own schedule between live classes. This coursework features case studies and interactive lectures designed to build clinical expertise and skills for social work practice. Coursework also facilitates discussion in live classes, bringing theory to life and preparing students for work in the field.

Like our on-campus program, our online MSW blends classes and experience in the field to actively prepare students for the challenges of practice. Our field placement team works with students to find meaningful clinical internships. In addition, we support students from the moment they inquire about the program — with dedicated support throughout the admissions process, during the program, and after graduation.

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Boston Pride 2015

June 5, 2015toJune 14, 2015

Boston Pride – Boston Pride’s 2015 Theme: 45th Anniversary – #WickedProud

Boston Pride produces events and activities to achieve inclusivity, equality, respect, and awareness in Greater Boston and beyond. Fostering diversity, unity, visibility and dignity, we educate, communicate and advocate by building and strengthening community connections. Boston, MA.

Boston Pride 2015

Boston Pride 2015

The twofold structure of the 2015 theme is meant, on the one hand, to evoke the storied history of Pride in Boston and, on the other hand, to provide a distinctively Bostonian motto around which our community can rally into the future.

The theme commemorates Boston Pride’s 45th year of existence: Boston Pride, as an organization, was born in 1970, one year after the Stonewall Riots. From a small march with speeches between Jacque’s Cabaret and City Hall, to over 40 events including a four-hour parade illustrating our community’s diversity and richness, Boston Pride has grown immensely and is now the largest annual public event in New England! We are proud to continue the tradition of public demonstration in the streets of Boston, as well as to offer numerous other events intended for everyone to enjoy and to celebrate who they are, in a safe and fun environment.

In addition to Boston Pride’s commitment to a legacy of public events, we also work year-round to ensure the visibility of our community online. Whether on our website or on social media, we strive to highlight resources and content that are useful and valuable to the LGBT and ally community in Boston and beyond. To that end, we hope that #WickedProud can be a rallying cry for all of us, expressing our collective pride in a characteristically Bostonian way. Throughout the year, Boston Pride will be using the hashtag #WickedProud to proclaim our community’s pride in the virtual world. We invite you to join us in sharing online how #WickedProud you are to be part of the LGBT and ally community.

 

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