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Join our capable and energetic staff and help us achieve our mission.

Our mission is to develop the skills of youth and their families so they are empowered to enhance their own lives and build a strong and vibrant urban community.

Current professional opportunities with Hyde Square Task Force:

Artist Residency
Hyde Square Task Force seeks an artist to create and implement a project focused on Afro-Latin art, culture, tradition, and/or history. The project should involve a public event, workshop, or a series of workshops that include strong audience or participant involvement and is linked directly to the themes of Latino Heritage Month. The public event or workshop(s) will take place during Latino Heritage Month (September 15th – October 15th) as a part of Hyde Square Task Force’s ¡Viva el Latin Quarter! community event series.

Communications Internship (unpaid)
The Communications Intern will play a critical role in supporting the implementation of various communications strategies at Hyde Square Task Force. The intern’s primary role will be to plan and implement the organization’s social media strategy, in collaboration with staff and in alignment with the organization’s mission and communications goals.

Grant Writer
The Grant Writer oversees the entire grantwriting process from researching new institutional funding prospects to drafting and editing of letters of intent through the development of compelling proposals (ranging from $5,000–$100,000+) and donor reports, ensuring timely submissions to 80–100 foundation, corporate, and public grant makers annually.

High School Success Coordinator
The High School Success Coordinator will work as an integral member of Hyde Square Task Force’s Education Department and youth programs team. S/he will work directly with approximately 130 students in 8th grade through high school to ensure that they receive the necessary educational support to graduate from both middle and high school.

Latin Quarter Consultant
Hyde Square Task Force (HSTF), the nonprofit managing partner of Boston’s Latin Quarter, is seeking a consultant to recruit, initiate, and facilitate a Latin Quarter Advisory Committee comprised of a variety of stakeholders: youth, cultural activists, artists, local business owners, and residents. In addition, the consultant will establish an ongoing plan for key stakeholder engagement, Latin Quarter yearly activities, and a communication strategy.

Become a Youth Leader

Learn Afro-Latin arts, participate in mentoring, and get involved in your community! As a youth leader, you will have access to music, dance, or theatre programming. Additionally, youth receive academic support through tutoring and help with college preparation through mentoring. To become a youth leader, applicants must live in Boston, attend high school, and be between the ages of 14-18. All applicants must participate in an interview and audition.

Apply now: Youth Leader Application

For more information, please contact Brenda Rodriguez-Andújar,