Career Opportunities


Trinity Health Of New England

Provides accurate timely information to service and production areas of department regarding the appropriate meals, between meal nourishment and special formulas required by each individual patient. Integrates knowledge of modified diet, food service systems and individual patient needs and requests in preparation of patient menus. Generates various production reports to ensure a high level of patient satisfaction, compliance with physician’s orders and accurate food production.


  • Maintains patient dietary files in the hospital EMR and dietary computer system.
  • Assists patients with menu choices in order to be in compliance with physician order.
  • Processes and reviews Smart Substitution.
  • Performs bedside menu entry for patients on assigned units.
  • Generates production tally reports for meals.
  • Generates nourishment/tube feeding list and labels.
  • Generates and organizes tray tickets.
  • Processes out-patient meals.
  • Processes Celebration meals.
  • Takes appropriate action with error messages from dietary computer system interface.
  • Maintains necessary back-up reports and tray ticket in case of downtime.


  • Work requires a high school level of educational development.
  • Previous related experience is preferred.
  • No certification, registration or licensure required.
  • Work requires the analytical ability to gather and interpret data in situations where the information or problems are not overly difficult or complex.
  • Work requires the ability to exchange information on factual matters, patients and greet visitors, explain Hospital policies, and/or relay messages to appropriate personnel. This type of interaction requires courtesy and tact when dealing with patients, visitors and/or Hospital employees.
  • Work requires ability to work with windows based dietary software.

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Deadline: September 30, 2022
Posted: 4 days 3 hours ago

Tewksbury Hospital


The Clinical Dietitian I provides overall nutrition care to patients and is considered an entry-level role.  Assures that the nutritional needs of the individual patients are being met and that all documentation as it relates to the patient’s nutritional status is complete and accurate.  Plans and administers activities related to resident/patient nutrition care, complying with the standards established by Aramark Healthcare, regulatory agencies, and clients. Establishes and maintains effective multidisciplinary relationships to provide a unified approach to patient/resident care.


•    Maintains dietetic registration, government-required credentials and/or licensure and continuing education requirements
•    Conducts patient nutrition assessment on a population of varying levels of acuity patients
•    Scope of practice may include both In-Patients (hospitalized) and Out-Patients (community/clinic-based)
•    Manages the development and implementation plan for nutrition intervention in accordance with the Nutrition Care Process
•    Conducts rounding to drive patient satisfaction
•    Assesses educational needs and the presence of barriers to learning
•    Provides nutrition counseling for individuals and groups, taking into consideration any adaptations to teaching methods necessary to meet patient learning needs
•    Utilizes assessment and evaluation techniques that consider the varied needs of age-specific populations as well as cultural, religious, and ethnic concerns
•    Evaluates achievement of learning objectives by the patient and/or family
•    Provides appropriate follow-ups in accordance with the patient’s treatment goals, referring patients for outpatient counseling, community, or home health services as appropriate
•    Delivers strong operational performance by executing against Aramark Healthcare and regulatory agency standards and programs, continually monitoring operations, and completing assessments and necessary action plans to provide optimal nutrition care and meal service to patients/residents
•    Works cooperatively with medical staff as well as food and nutrition services staff to ensure conformance to prescribed nutrition care orders
•    Provides education that ensures compliance with food safety, sanitation, and overall workplace safety standards
•    Provides appropriate and timely documentation that summarizes the nutrition care plan in a patient’s medical record, including nutrition assessment, diagnosis, plan, implementation, and progress towards goals
•    Maintains clinical productivity standards and accurate record keeping of daily clinical activities, including information for scheduling and billing
•    Demonstrates accountability for the proper use of patients’ protected health information

This job profile does not contain a comprehensive listing of all required activities, duties, or responsibilities. Job duties, responsibilities and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.


•    Requires a bachelor’s degree at an accredited institution with course work accredited or approved by the appropriate nutrition and dietetics agencies
•    Earn and maintain applicable certifications, registrations, licenses, credentials and continuing education requirements by the appropriate accredited local agencies
•    Formal eligibility to practice dietetics in geographic location where applicable

Conditions of employment include busy hospital and outpatient settings, from patient rooms/floors to kitchen/serving areas.

Position looking to be filled ASAP

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Deadline: Until filled
Posted: 3 weeks 6 days ago

Bay State Community Services

Who We Are
Bay State Community Services strives to seek and provide services that promote the emotional and social well-being of the people and communities we serve. Bay State Community Services has provided innovative, responsive, and accessible programming designed to recognize the importance of individual dignity, family involvement to communities for over 100 years.
Be a part of a mission that focuses on empowering, affirming and fostering assistance to vulnerable and high- risk populations.

Job Summary
We are looking for a Public Health Specialist to join our statewide team. This Public Health Specialist will work with community coalition coordinators offering guidance, information, and support to help them improve community health and promote racial and health equity throughout their work. You will be responsible for working 1-on-1 with coordinators and their coalitions to identify areas of need/support and then create and deliver individualized services to meet their needs and build capacity. This includes sharing information, experience, and resources, as well as helping coordinators identify strengths and challenges and think through solutions. You will also work with the rest of the team to develop and revise materials and resources; organize meetings, trainings, and virtual peer-to-peer learning opportunities; and prepare and deliver presentations.

*****Applicants should reside in Massachusetts, USA.

What You Will Be Doing to Make a Difference

  • Work with community coalitions and their coordinators to provide training, resources, and guidance to meet their needs and support their work, in areas including strategic planning, partnership building, racial and health equity, policy and systems change, program implementation, communications and evaluation.
  • Contribute to the development of materials and resources centered on community based health
  • Make active contributions as part of a collaborative team, and take on leadership roles as needed
  • Participate actively in regular team meetings, providing input on community needs and emerging issues
  • Plan and facilitate conversations, meetings, events, trainings, and peer-to-peer learning opportunities (virtual and in-person) that are useful and interesting to coordinators and other prevention providers in the state
  • Develop and deliver presentations on current topics at trainings and other meetings
  • Communicate effectively and develop and maintain positive relationships with community coordinators, local officials, statewide leaders and colleagues
  • Collaborate with others in the state’s prevention system, including evaluators, consultants, and state-level contract managers, to develop and deliver the most useful and effective services and resources for grantees
  • Work closely with statewide team to develop strategies for addressing needs and gaps in community-based prevention services
  • Maintain up-to-date documentation of services provided in database, and meet other reporting requirements

Bay State Community Services (BSCS) recognized the hard work and dedication of our staff and has developed a comprehensive benefit package to support you and your family.

!!Benefits Begin On Your First Day of Employment!!

  • Important Health and Welfare Benefits
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health and Dental Insurance
  • Eye-Med Vision Benefits
  • Employer Paid Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Medical Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Account
  • Employee Assistance Program

Generous Paid Time Off
35 Days Paid Time Off (15 Vacation Days, 12 Holidays and 8 Sick Days)

Additional Benefits

  • Retirement Plan 403(b) (employer match after the first year of employment)
  • Opportunities for Reduced Tuition for Clinical Master's Degree
  • Opportunities for Student Loan Forgiveness
  • Mileage reimbursement

Extensive Training Program

  • Monthly Agency Wide Trainings (includes CEU's for obtaining/retaining license - LMHC, LMFT, LADC, CARC, LCSW and LICSW)
  • Supervision for Licensure and Specializations
  • Immediate Access to Comprehensive Online Self-Paced CEU Trainings
  • Opportunities for Certification in Evidence Based Practices

** Please note that skills and abilities will be considered more critically than education

Bachelor’s degree and 10 years of relevant experience in a related field
Master’s degree and 3-5 years of relevant experience
Knowledge of current practices and issues in the field of community health, public health and substance use prevention (or an interest and ability to learn about these things)
Prior leadership experience preferred
Ability to work with diverse communities and offer culturally and linguistically appropriate services
Experience promoting collaborations and partnerships within and/or across agencies and communities
Comfortable with technology
Valid MA driver’s license with acceptable driving record. Having a vehicle with current proof of insurance is a plus, but not required, as long as you have the ability to travel throughout Massachusetts, mainly on the Southeast Coast, and attend biweekly meetings in Waltham
Acceptable CORI and SORI background record check as required by program

Bay State Community Services is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an environment free from bias, discrimination, or harassment of any kind, and mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all qualified applicants and teammates without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Bay State Community Services believes diversity, inclusion, and social justice are actions of integrity and respect, and as such Bay State Community Services seeks to operationalize policies, procedures and systems that support a talented, and diverse workforce.

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Deadline: October 31, 2022
Posted: 1 month 5 days ago

Brookside Community Health Center - Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brookside is currently hiring for a 40-hour WIC Nutritionist to join our WIC-Nutrition department.  This position is based on site.  There is flexibility for 1-2 days remote work.  This individual may rotate through 2-3 sites per week.  Our locations are listed on our webpage here: JP-Brighton WIC at Brigham.  

Job responsibilities:

  • Provides nutrition care to WIC participants, under the supervision of the Senior Nutritionist including all aspects of:
    • Anthropometric and hematological data collection
    • Dietary assessment, nutritional risk assessment and food package prescription
    • Nutrition and breastfeeding counseling and education
    • Documentation and data entry
    • Referrals to other health and social services
    • Follow up nutrition education
    • Co-sign and consult support to nutrition paraprofessional staff
  • Participates in department performance improvement/quality assurance activities.
  • Participates in department meetings, health center meetings, and applicable WIC task force committees
  • Completes all required Brigham and DPH trainings by assigned deadlines
  • Completes monthly statistics reports, monthly time study, and other required reports
  • May provide training for dietetic interns or volunteers
  • Serves as a professional resource for health center staff and community agencies and provides them with nutrition information through individual consultation


  1. Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition
  2. Ability to provide nutrition counseling in Spanish – functional Spanish is acceptable.  Portuguese fluency desired as well. 
  3. Prior WIC experience strongly preferred
  4. Ability to travel to several WIC sites in the Boston area
  5. Familiarity with maternal and child nutrition
  6. Strong individual and group counseling skills.
  7. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  8. Strong tech literacy
  9. Strong teamwork and customer service skills.

Apply online at:

Or you may submit cover letter and resume to: Irene Terenzoni at:

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Deadline: August 31, 2022
Posted: 1 month 1 week ago

Brookside Community Health Center - Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brookside is currently hiring for a WIC Senior Nutritionist to join our WIC-Nutrition department. The WIC Senior Nutritionist is responsible for the clinical component of the WIC Nutrition Program, under the supervision of the WIC/Nutrition Director. This role is a mix of direct nutrition counseling and administrative tasks. The position is based onsite with flexibility for 1-2 days remote work.  Come join our diverse team in this rewarding role!   

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provides nutrition and lactation counseling in English and Spanish for WIC clients including nutrition assessment, development of care plans, nutrition education, and follow-up.  Appointments are conducted in-person or virtually.  
  • Responsible for the training and clinical supervision of the WIC Community Nutritionists.
  • Trains, clinically supervises, and evaluates WIC Nutrition Assistants, Dietetic Interns and Student Volunteers.
  • Assists the WIC/Nutrition Director in the development of protocols for nutrition care, based on State WIC guidelines and recommendations.
  • Utilizes programs/applications like Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Voice, Doximity, etc to support participant services.  Supports staff in accessing and using these programs.
  • Provides some coverage for WIC nutrition staff when they are out sick or on vacation.
  • Supervises the nutrition component of the Farmers Market Coupon distribution.
  • Serves as a resource for health center staff and community agencies.  Acts as a liaison between State agency and the local program on nutritional issues.  
  • Conducts WIC nutrition outreach visits and presentations with the Community Coordinator.
  • Participates in select Health Center and State Agency committees; attends appropriate Health Center meetings, State agency meetings and continuing education programs.  Helps plan and participates in WIC/Nutrition Department meetings.
  • Participates in Quality Assurance program for WIC services, including PDSA projects and monitoring Hemocue protocols.
  • Develops nutrition education materials as needed.
  • Supports health center nutrition services’ activities like National Nutrition Month promotion.


  1. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Nutrition.  LDN or RD preferred, but not required. 
  2. Two years of experience in community nutrition and prior WIC experience strongly preferred.
  3. Ability to provide nutrition counseling in Spanish
  4. Availability to work at multiple WIC sites, including occasional weekend and evening hours, as needed.  
  5. Strong leadership, teamwork, communication, and technology skills. 

Apply online at:

Or you may submit cover letter and resume to: Irene Terenzoni at:

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Deadline: August 31, 2022
Posted: 1 month 1 week ago

Brookside Community Health Center - Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brookside is currently hiring for a part-time Program Assistant to join our WIC-Nutrition department.  The current schedule is Tuesdays 9:30-6:00pm onsite, Wednesdays 8:30-12:30pm remote and Fridays 8:30-5pm onsite.  This is based at two office locations, one is located in Jamaica Plain and the other in Brighton, with the possibility for remote work on Wednesdays for now. 

Job Responsibilities:

1. Performs reception duties such as: 

  • Answer and direct phone calls. 
  • Screen WIC applicants for eligibility. 
  • Manage appointment scheduling/rescheduling for WIC appointments and for health center nutrition appointments. 
  • Becomes proficient in and operates WIC and hospital computer systems
  • Utilizes programs like Zoom and Google Voice to communicate with participants and staff
  • Greet and triage participants to appropriate staff. 
  • Oversee flow of applicants/participants in waiting area. 
  • Clerical duties as required. 

2. Follows all protocols and/or regulations for processing WIC applicants/participants for (re)certification including:

  • Verification of identity, income, residency, and participant category. Complete data entry for appointments.
  • Educate and/ or explain participant’s rights and responsibilities, WIC foods, and using benefits at authorized vendors. 
  • Referrals to MassHealth, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and Transitional Aid to Families of Dependent Children (TAFDC) programs as well as other health and human service programs. 
  • Provide notification for end of certification, missed benefits, and/or ineligibility to receive WIC benefits. 

3. Oversees benefit issuance for prescribed food prescription including: 

  • (Re)issuing of food/formula prescription benefits. 
  • Security of WIC Card stock. 

4. Performs other duties as needed, including quality assurance activities.

  • Attends all WIC staff meetings, health center meetings and health center committee meetings.
  • Ordering supplies
  • Completing reports

Minimum entrance requirements are:  

1. High School Diploma or G.E.D. 

2. One year's general office experience with proficient computer skills. 

3. Experience in health care or community facility preferred.

4. Functional fluency in Spanish is required.  Portuguese fluency is desired as well. 

4. Sensitivity to the needs of the WIC participant population. 

5. Good communication and interpersonal skills. 

6. Availability to work at multiple WIC sites and during program clinic hours, as needed.

 SUPERVISION AND EVALUATION Program Assistant is supervised by, and receives annual evaluations from, the assistant director or program director.

How to apply:

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Deadline: August 31, 2022
Posted: 1 month 1 week ago

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation – New York


The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, Inc is a national non‐profit organization dedicated to finding the cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis as well as improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. They fund cutting‐edge studies at major medical institutions, nurture investigators at the early stages of their careers, and finance underdeveloped areas of research. In addition, our educational workshops and programs, along with our scientific journal, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, enable medical professionals to keep pace with this rapidly growing field. Crohn's & Colitis Foundation's core values of compassion, integrity, leadership, collaboration, and inclusion inspire and drive every member of its highly performing team.


The Executive Director provides overall leadership and management for the New York chapter with a focus on engaging the team, volunteers, donors and the community in advancing this important mission. More specifically, the Executive Director drives and actively participates in fundraising activities including individual and foundation major gifts, events‐based fundraising, and other revenue. They will collaborate with leadership volunteers to harness their passion and skills and cultivate additional partnerships and alliances to promote growth and awareness in the community. Reporting to the Area Vice President, the Executive Director travels throughout the market area to meet with constituents and serve as a key leader for the Foundation with volunteers and supporters.

Leadership and Chapter Management

  • Build a compelling vision for the chapter aligned with the organization’s goals and collaborate with volunteer leaders and staff to achieve it.

  • Serve as the lead fundraiser for a $6‐7 MM fundraising target with a focus on individual major gifts and special events.

  • Recruit, retain, and develop a strong, talented, and diverse team of 6‐7 for the chapter and ensure a culture of camaraderie and open communication locally and nationally.

  • Direct administration of chapter financials, budget and operational plans to meet overall chapter performance guidelines.

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Deadline: August 31, 2022
Posted: 1 month 2 weeks ago

The University of Vermont

The Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences at the University of Vermont seeks a Clinical Assistant Professor in Dietetics. This 9-month, non-tenure track, position involves undergraduate and graduate teaching, clinical supervision and service in support of the ACEND accredited undergraduate and graduate programs in Dietetics. The effective date of the position is August 22, 2022.

The candidate must have an RDN, and at minimum an earned MS and preferably a doctoral degree (e.g., Ph.D., Dr.P.H., Sc.D.) in a relevant field such as nutrition, education and/or public health. The successful candidate will be expected to teach in the undergraduate Dietetics program, run the undergraduate Practicum program, advise undergraduates, coordinate clinical relationships across the state of Vermont, collaborate closely with the undergraduate DPD director and the MS in Dietetics director on matters related to clinical collaborations and rotations. There are also professional contribution and service expectations. Teaching responsibilities will include Clinical Nutrition 1 and 2, and additional teaching responsibilities may include but are not limited to Nutrition in the Life Cycle, Nutrition Education & Counseling, and Food Service Management.

Also, the successful applicant will be expected to develop service-learning courses and to collaborate with colleagues in Nursing and Health Sciences and the UVM Medical Center on courses, internships, and practicum. The department is keenly interested in diversifying its faculty and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds. The dietetic programs at UVM approach nutrition from a weight-inclusive perspective. Successful candidates will demonstrate knowledge of, and commitment to, a weight-inclusive approach.

Applicants must submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a teaching philosophy that conveys the applicant’s vision on teaching and learning, as well as how they will incorporate required dietetics learning objectives (KRDNs) into their courses when necessary. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information about how they will further the University’s goal of fostering diversity and inclusiveness on campus, as well as how they will integrate weight inclusivity into their teaching or practice of dietetics. Applicants are also expected to submit a separate statement on how they will contribute to Our Common Ground and advancing diversity and inclusive excellence at the University of Vermont.

Members of the University of Vermont community embrace and advance the values of Our Common Ground: Openness, Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Innovation, and Justice. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to the ideals of accessibility, inclusiveness, and academic excellence as reflected in the tenets of Our Common Ground. To learn more about Our Common Ground please visit:

Applications must be submitted online at, position #00025978. Please submit the names and email addresses of three references in the application. Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Lizzy Pope, Nutrition and Food Sciences Dept., 109 Carrigan Drive, 254 MLS, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont 05405 ( Evaluation of applications will begin on June 10, 2022 and will continue until suitable candidates are identified.

Founded in 1791, UVM has been called one of the “public ivies” and is consistently ranked as one of the top public universities in the United States. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the UVM-NFS website: and the city of Burlington, Vermont website:

The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other category legally protected by federal or state law. The University encourages applications from all individuals who will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution.

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Deadline: August 22, 2022
Posted: 2 months 6 days ago

Framingham/Waltham WIC Program

Full-time, 35 hours per week

SMOC (South Middlesex Opportunity Council), headquartered in Framingham, MA, is a multi-service organization that works in the community organizing resources for social change and economic independence. SMOC believes in work/life balance and offers competitive salaries and outstanding benefits including major medical and dental, long-term disability and life insurance, 403b retirement plan, tuition assistance and remission, 12 paid holidays per year, paid sick time, paid bereavement time and generous accrued paid vacation time.

WIC Nutritionist Position Summary

Responsible for providing nutrition services to low and high-risk applicants and participants, as well as assisting with quality assurance activities and general office duties.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Provide nutrition care for low and high-risk participants at (re)certification and follow-up, including documentation, data entry and referrals
  • Participate in general office duties
  • Assist Senior Nutritionist in training paraprofessional WIC staff and CPAs
  • Participate in quality assurance activities
  • Communicate with health care community on issues pertaining to participant needs
  • Travel to multiple WIC sites
  • Receive training and attend appropriate in-services to enhance competency and earn CEUs
  • Maintain confidentiality of client, employee and agency information in accordance with federal and state laws and funder requirements
  • Ensure compliance with program, department, agency and/or funder requirements as well as SMOC policies & procedures
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in public health nutrition, nutrition, food & nutrition or nutrition education  One-year experience in community or clinical nutrition preferred
  • Fluency in spoken and written English
  • Bi-lingual English/Spanish or English/Portuguese preferred
  • Availability to work during morning, evening and Saturday hours
  • Reliable, daily means of transportation to and from multiple WIC sites  Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Well-organized, systematic, team-work approach to work
  • Good computer skills
  • Sensitivity to the needs of the WIC Participant population

Interested Applicants click here and search "WIC - Nutritionist"

Deadline: Until filled
Posted: 2 months 3 weeks ago


Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast

Fall and Spring opportunities

Newton, MA

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of fragile babies? Come join our dedicated team who works hard every day to ensure that babies who need donor breastmilk can access it. Human donor milk has been proven to be prevent against certain potentially deadly and debilitating diseases that premature infants are particularly susceptible to. At the Mothers' Milk Bank Northeast, you will be a critical player, working to manage incoming donations of frozen human milk, process and pasteurize the milk in a small, clean lab setting, and help with shipping it to our hospital clients. We can teach you everything you need to know to be successful here. The ability to work on your feet for several hours at a time, lift up to 30 lbs., have strong computer skills and attention to detail is all that is required. A positive attitude and good sense of humor are big plusses.

You will learn what it takes to protect infant health by following careful protocols in our processing lab and documenting the work diligently in case there are any health-related issues later. You will learn about nonprofit operations, public health, the needs of families who have vulnerable infants, and the generosity of families who share what they can to help each other. We are a small nonprofit which means you will have the opportunity to get to know everyone at the organization and learn about a wide variety of roles in mission driven settings and the challenges and successes of a workplace dedicated to making a difference. Come join us, share your talents, your interests, your ideas and let’s improve the health of vulnerable babies together.

Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast is located in Newton, MA, close to the UMass Amherst Mt. Ida campus. This is an in-person position, flexible shifts but 30 (or more) hours per week preferred.

Paid $15 per hour.
Learn more about us and our mission on our website:
Contact: Deborah Youngblood, Executive Director with resume at

Deadline: September 30, 2022
Posted: 3 weeks 6 days ago

Global Tech Program


The overall goal of the program is to provide students with the digital skills and cultural understanding needed to succeed in the modern global economy.

Students learn core tech skills through lectures and “live labs” and then work on multicultural teams to complete a real world project that has been sourced from a tech employer.

The lectures are done by industry experts and utilize a case-study method.  The live labs allow students to practice the new skills, apply reflection and discussion about the topic.

The projects are sourced from companies across the U.S., Europe and Asia and include Netflix, Target, American Red Cross, Zillow, FivethirtyEight and others.  Here is a video with an example:

There are 3 different tracks that students can choose from.  Each of these tracks includes 2 technical courses (see below) plus an Intercultural Communication component.

Track 1: Global Data Program

    • Introduction to Applied Data Analytics
    • Data Visualization with Tableau

Track 2: Global Digital Marketing

    • Customer Acquisition with Google & Instagram
    • Intro to Ecommerce Marketing with Shopify

Track 3: Global Web Development

    • Introduction to Responsive Web Design with HTML, CSS & Bootstrap
    • Web Development with JavaScript & APIs

Each track last 10 weeks.  The work breaks down into approximately 6.25 hours of Synchronous work and 18.75 hours of Asynchronous work per week for a total commitment of about 25 hours/week.  (250 total hours)
Because we use the general guideline of 1 credit = 40 hours of work, we are associating 6 credits with this program. Students register for the program through the IPO office.  Programs- Visitor (  The cost is $2300 per track.

At the completion of the track, we will enroll students in UMass 398DT (digital tech) 1, 2, or 3 (depending on which track they took:  Data Analytics, Digital Marketing or Coding/Web Development).

Deadline: September 30, 2022
Posted: 3 months 4 hours ago


Americorps: DIAL/SELF

Each year, 17 DIAL/SELF AmeriCorps Members build relationships with young people and support them in developing skills, connectedness, and confidence in their learning. They create opportunities for young people to set goals, drive their own solutions, make decisions, fail, learn and grow. They meet young people where they're at and support them to get where they want to go.

The DIAL/SELF AmeriCorps Program (DSAP) has three core elements:

  • On-site youth work at a local school or nonprofit.

  • Team service project in collaboration with youth and community.

  • Weekly workshops in areas such as youth work best practices, multiple intelligences, integrating the arts into learning environments, motivational interviewing, conflict resolution, positive youth development, equity and inclusion, civic engagement, group facilitation, healing-centered engagement, life after AmeriCorps and asset-based community development

Learn more and apply

Deadline: Until filled
Posted: 6 months 1 week ago