City of Boston

About City of Boston

The City of Boston government is comprised of more than 40 individual agencies, commissions, and departments with more than 17,000 employees and a total budget of $3 billion. Organized in a traditional cabinet structure, the City's major functional areas include managing public schools, ensuring public safety, stimulating economic, housing and neighborhood development, coordinating human services programs for constituents of all ages, providing necessary infrastructure and basic City services to residents and supporting the operations of all line departments. These departments provide service to more than 600,000 residents, including 57,000 public school students, as well as more than a million people working in the city every day, and tens of millions of visitors and tourists annually.


Career Coach

June 2021 - September 2021 Boston, MA
“The hands-on engagment with young people in Boston was incredibly fulfilling as I facilitated workshops on career development, healthy/unhealthy relationships, and fun sessions, providing support to youth in their own summer employment. My team and coworkers were amazing and fun to collaborate with, getting together a few times throughout the summer for work-sponsored activities geared toward our own community building.”


July 2020 - August 2020 Boston, MA
“The various workshops”
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