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The BOSTON CHINATOWN NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER (BCNC) is looking for committed, patient individuals to teach a Monday morning conversation class for our adult ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) students! Help play a vital role in ensuring students learn the conversation skills that they need for their life, career, and educational goals.
Come volunteer with us for four - ten months, and you'll...
As the largest social service provider for Asian families in the Greater Boston area, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) responds to community needs by delivering holistic, family-centered, and culturally competent programs to over 3,000 children, youth, and adults each year.
The BCNC Adult Education & Workforce Initiatives Program provides adult immigrants with the language and support they need to achieve social and economic self-sufficiency in the United States. Our services include English classes for immigrants with education and career goals, a customer service job training program for immigrants seeking entry-level employment, and an English class for parents and caregivers of K-12 children.
Our Quincy site is a four-minute walk away from the Quincy Center stop on the Red Line.
For more information, visit bcnc.net.
885 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111, US
To ensure that the children, youth, and families that we serve have the resources and support to achieve greater economic success and social well-being.
The Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center is located in the heart of Boston's Asian American community, midway between Chinatown and the South End. Back in 1969, Boston was in the midst of a school building boom. Within each new school, the city planned space for a community center. In Chinatown and the South End, residents formed the Quincy School Community Council (QSCC). The goal of the Council was to make sure the community had a say in the design of the new school planned for their neighborhood.
In 1976, when the Quincy Community School was completed, the city designated the QSCC to run the community center at the school. In 1997, to more accurately reflect its mission, the agency changed its name to the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center. During its history, the agency grew to meet community needs. Today the BCNC serves over 4,000 children, teens and adults each year. The agency prides itself on the quality of its services, the leadership of its board of directors, and the dedication of its staff.
We'll work with your schedule.
1458 Hancock StreetSuite 306Quincy, MA 02169
March 16, 2020