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(3rd Floor)

Why you should use our services:

  • Free job-specific training

  • Pre-screening of job candidates

  • Highly motivated individuals

  • Range of candidates with a wide variety of skills and experience

  • Diverse workforce with bi-lingual capacity

  • Regular communication with employer by program staff

  • Tax credit

  • High job retention and on-going supports

Some of our (present and past) satisfied employers:
  • Boston Public Library at Copley Square


  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services

  • Dept. of Human Resources

  • Dept. of Elder Affairs

  • Rogerson House

  • Perkins School for the Blind

  • Spaulding Rehabilitation

  • Marshalls

  • Home Depot


Greater Boston Employment Collaborative (GBEC)

Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition (MCC)

Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce

Commonwealth Workforce Coalition

MassPRA &  PRA

APSE (Association of People Supporting Employment First)

For further information, please contact:

Employment Supervisor via Direct Phone: 617.788.1009 


(3rd Floor)

The Employment and Housing Unit is committed to working with members on obtaining and maintaining safe, decent, and affordable housing, with support services provided by members and staff members in the unit.  We do this in a variety of ways:

  • Filling out housing applications, appealing housing denials, and going to housing appointments with members

  • Providing listings of low cost moving companies in the area who can assist members

  • Providing resource lists of where members can get assistance with security deposits, first and last months rent, and utility bills.

For further information, please contact:

Housing Coordinator via Direct Phone: 617.788.1017 


(3rd Floor)

Center Club tries to encourage members to continue with, or pursue their education.  We do this in a variety of ways.  The backbone of our education work is the dedication of Center Club members who tutor other members.  Member tutors are available at scheduled time slots during the week, or by appointment.

For information about current tutors, please contact Center Club’s Education Coordinator at 617-788-1004, or visit the Education Room on the third floor.


  • (GED) preparation, computer literacy, English for Speakers of Other Languages, and Adult Basic Education topics

  • Connections to disability offices at local  colleges

  • Assistance accessing funding for school

  • ESOL programming on-site and referrals to programming in the community

  • Regular presentations from local education programs in the community.

For further information, please contact:

Education Coordinator via Direct Phone: 617.788.1004

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