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NOW SEEKING:  Chief Development Officer (Full Time)

Here is your chance to make the world a better place by raising money for a proven cause at an organization with a stellar reputation.   The John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club is seeking an experienced development professional to lead our fundraising efforts for the 2023-2024 season and beyond.   Featuring a competitive salary and health and dental insurance paid at 80% by the Club, this position offers you a unique opportunity to showcase your fundraising skills in an environment where you can see first-hand the outstanding results of your work.  We have an active, thriving Board of Directors in place and our state of the art Salesforce database of donors is a breeze to work with.  The support and the information you need to succeed are always right at your fingertips!

Apply for this position by emailing cover letter and resume to Executive Director David Sellers at

NOW SEEKING:  Girls Services Coordinator (Part Time)

The Boys & Girls Club of Newton seeks a dynamic, energetic, youth development professional for the part time Girls Services Coordinator.  The Girls Services Coordinator, in accord with the Program Director, directs, and supervises programs and activities specifically designed for middle and high schoolers around issues facing girls and young women today.  They are provided a safe and nurturing environment led by an experienced, compassionate, and caring woman.  Hours are flexible though generally 3 to 6 PM weekdays, 3 day per week minimum, and 2 nights per week until 7:00 PM.  For a person with youth work experience, this position starts at $20/hour.  Will train an interested person who wants to learn.

The hiring director for this position is Program Director, Frank Ponceano Email resume to Frank Ponceano.

NOW SEEKING:  Front Desk Attendant (Part Time)

Looking for part-time hours afterschool?  The Boys & Girls Club of Newton is offering up to $20 per hour for 10 to 15 hours per week of front desk duty.    Duties include, greeting children and parents, answering phones, directing calls, and connecting families to services.  This is light work that doesn't follow you home at the end of the day.   Potential for additional hours if wanted during the winter months.    Hours are flexible though generally 3 to 6 PM weekdays. Will train an interested person who wants to learn.  Pay is based on experience and enthusiasm.

The hiring director for this position is Program Director, Frank Ponceano Email your expression of interest to Frank Ponceano.


The John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton seeks talented professional staff who are motivated by our mission and committed to creating a positive experience for the youth and their families whom we serve, and for all our volunteers and staff. We encourage professional development, work/life balance, and a supportive environment. We value honesty, professionalism and diversity in our workplace. We hire class instructors on a rolling basis and if you are interested in teaching our children email your resume along with a list of available subjects to Program Director, Frank Ponceano at

We are proud of our excellent reputation as a safe haven for youth, a reputation that has been earned through 65 years of effective service to tens of thousands of children, teens, and their families in the Newton area. 





We maintain the highest expectations of our kids and for each other to be part of a culture of innovation, learning, and fun while always striving for our highest achievements. 



Through the delivery of our programs and our engagements with kids and each other we are inspired by the growth and the positive outcomes achieved for ourselves and young people.  We celebrate personal growth for all.



Our actions are guided by honesty, reliability, and shared accountability while recognizing our influence on the development of a moral compass, self-confidence, and leadership acumen by those around us.



Trust, respect, and mutual support guide our relationships with each other and with members.  We communicate in a nurturing, inclusive environment where everyone’s experiences and perspectives are woven into solutions.



The John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club believes that workforce diversity is essential to growth and long-term success. By valuing and managing differences at work, our Club can maximize the skills, knowledge, and abilities of all employees while increasing employee and member satisfaction. By recognizing and celebrating each employee’s unique contribution toward the overall business objectives, we will achieve superior individual and group performance.

The John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club is committed to encouraging and welcoming diversity throughout the organization. As an equal opportunity employer, the Club does not discriminate in employment opportunities, policies or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identification, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by state and/or federal law. It is our policy to employ persons on the basis of ability, experience, education, and character.

The Club's policy regarding equal employment opportunity applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, job assignments, promotion, compensation, working conditions, scheduling, wage and salary administration, performance evaluation, benefits, professional development, disciplinary action, termination, and events.


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