Community Service Work-Study

Neighborhood Works

A position with Neighborhood Works is a good way for students to get involved with Community Service Work-Study and gain hands-on experience working with respected nonprofit organizations and schools in the Boston area. These positions are also a good way to connect to a network of MIT students doing similar work addressing the needs of the community.

Each Neighborhood Works site is ready to employ multiple MIT students and offers a well-structured work-study experience for students. To apply, select the job(s) you are interested in and submit the application(s) by the listed deadlines. Interviews will be conducted by the organizations, and if you are offered a position you should contact studentworker@mit.edu to complete the necessary paperwork.

In addition to an orientation and training onsite with your employer, you will be invited to several events to meet other students throughout the semester. We’ll even feed you!

Here is a list of our Neighborhood Works employers. Click on the links to find job descriptions, read comments from past student workers, and apply for jobs that interest you:

Girls’ Angle

ReachOut: Share the Joys of Math and Reading with a Child

Science Club for Girls

Tutors for All


General questions? Contact studentworker@mit.edu