How to Apply
*Complete the application form, available HERE.*
  • Read the open service positions (listed below). Each opening is linked to its service description.. Please read through and carefully consider your needs, interests, and goals when making a selection.
  • Complete the online application. It should take between 30-45 minutes. Be prepared to choose your site placements, provide contact information for your references, upload your resume, cover letter or audio and work experience in lieu of resume and cover letter.
  • Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, all applications received from this point will be contacted within two weeks of submittal. (*Applications are still be accepted on a rolling basis with a final deadline of September 10th 2021!)

During the application process you will be asked to select your top five partner sites. We use this information to help us understand if there is more than one opportunity that your skills and experience may fit. Only choose partner sites in which your interests and skills align. As service positions are filled, they will no longer appear on the website. If you experience any technical issues with completing the application, please email for support.

The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship provides reasonable accommodations for candidates with disabilities at every stage of the application process. Disclosing a disability or requesting a need for accommodations is a separate process from admissions and will have absolutely no bearing on a candidate’s application status. MPF will make every effort to meet your request, but specific requests are not guaranteed. All disclosed information will be kept confidential and only shared with prospective site placement if requested by the candidate. If you need to request an accommodation, please contact our Christine Roque at

The Interview Process
First Interview:

If selected to move forward, you will be contacted to set up a first interview with an MPF Staff. Video interviews are an opportunity for the MPF Team to further determine whether your background and experiences are a fit for available positions. If you are selected for a first-round interview, instructions for signing up will be provided in your email.

Second Interview:

If you advance to the next interview, your materials will be shared with up to three partner sites. This will be an opportunity for you to learn about the organization’s culture, responsibilities, support structures, and to assess if the site would be a strong match.

The Matching & Enrollment Process
The Ranking Form

After the second interviews, you will rank your partner site preferences and the partner site will do the same. In addition, MPF staff review overall site alignment and rankings, rendering a decision within a few days. Please note, official offers only come from the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship Leadership Team, not host site placements.

** Matches are not guaranteed. In the case we are unable to match a candidate and a site placement partner, we will review the candidates’ preferences and credentials and consider them for the next round.


Given the volume of applications the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship receives, we are unable to provide individual feedback about admissions decisions to applicants who are not accepted at any stage of the application process. However, we will notify each candidate of their status whether they are accepted or not.

  • Read our FAQ for more comprehensive information on our entire application process, including interview tips!
  • Contact Christine Roque at

We look forward to reading your application!

*Complete the application form, available HERE.*

Program Requirements & Admissions Process

AmeriCorps Massachusetts Promise Fellow (MPF) corps members work with students from under-resourced communities and that attend out-of-school time programs to seek academic engagement and college and career support. Given the nature of our work, the stakes are high, and this means we maintain a selective interview process where we learn about your unique experiences, achievements, and interest.

Our process ensures that we are choosing leaders who are likely to succeed in the out-of-school time space and persevere through the inevitable challenges. Our entire interview process can take between 4-6 weeks and includes:

  • An online application
  • Two virtual interviews
  • Conducting reference checks
  • Completing background checks

First, make sure you are eligible and ready to commit. A year of service is impactful but requires someone to be committed to service. To be eligible, you must:

  • Have a high school degree or GED
  • Be at least 17 year old by July 1, 2021
  • Be willing to comply with a criminal background check and fingerprint check
  • Be a US Citizen, National, or Permanent Resident
  • Able to serve full-time (40 hours per week) from September 30 2021-June 30, 2022
This opportunity might be a good fit if you…
  • Have experience supporting youth
  • Have provided administrative support
  • Are an empathetic listener
  • Manage multiple projects effectively
  • Have strong communication skills
  • Think on your feet, learn new things quickly, and are a creative problem solver
  • Have experience being part of a team and know when to ask for help
  • Believe that young people deserve care, encouragement, and support to reach their full potential
  • Want to join a caring community of service-minded individuals invested in social justice and education equity

All Host Site Service Descriptions with specific requirements are included below! Take a look at our open sites and where you would like to apply!

Important COVID-19 related update: All MPF interviews will be conducted in a virtual format to ensure the healthy and safety of all participants. Each host site holds a different policy regarding in-person service expectations. Make sure to ask questions during your interview!



Apply HERE!

Within 1-3 days

Invitation to a First Round Interview with MPF Staff

Within 1 week

Interview with MPF Staff

Within two weeks

Interview with Potential Host Sites

Within two days of final interview

Receive an Offer!

2021-2022 Open Fellow Positions

We have selected our 2021-2022 host sites and all OPEN position descriptions are posted below. *ALL POSITIONS LISTED BELOW ARE OPEN UNTIL FILLED OR SEPTEMBER 10th! Please contact if you have any questions.

Christa McAuliffe Charter School

Reporting to the school’s Culture and Character Coach, the Fellow will provide 1:1 and group support for scholars in grades 6-8 through a student engagement initiative. The fellow will work with scholars who are exhibiting poor attendance, unexpected behaviors, and struggling academically and socially. The Fellow’s primary responsibility is to help connect peers to one another, grow their perseverance, and ability to be responsible for their own learning. The goal of the Fellow is to help our scholars see school as a positive place and a place where they can be successful in many ways. Changing this mindset for scholars is imperative for the Fellow to work towards as it will help our scholars see that through education there is a pathway to success.

Enroot, Somerville Explore Fellow

Enroot is a community-based nonprofit with a mission to empower immigrant  youth  to  achieve  academic,  career,  and  personal  success  through  inspiring  out-of-school  experiences. Enroot seeks a Massachusetts Promise Fellow to provide academic enrichment support to our most recently arrived  immigrant  youth  in  Somerville  in  Enroot’s  Explore  Cohort.  The  Explore  Fellow  will  lead  weekly  mentoring  nights  and  design  a  mentoring  curriculum  to  support  students  in  their  journey  to  English proficiency  and  building  a  sense  of  belonging  in  their  new  communities.  The  Fellow  will  work  closely  with  Enroot’s  program  manager  and  the  Somerville  Program  Director  to  collaborate  with  teachers,  guidance counselors, and volunteers to ensure students receive appropriate support as they navigate life in their new communities.  

Enroot, Somerville Leadership Fellow

Enroot is a community-based nonprofit with a mission to empower immigrant youth to achieve academic, career, and personal success through inspiring out-of-school experiences. Enroot seeks a Massachusetts Promise Fellow to provide academic enrichment support to our 10th and 11th-grade students in Somerville. The Leadership Fellow will lead weekly academic tutoring and mentoring nights, create a mentoring curriculum, and co-facilitate our leadership seminar. The Fellow will work closely with the Program Director and Program Manager to set up field trips to local businesses, organize speaker panels, and lead weekly discussions  about leadership skills.

Framingham Public Schools

The Mass Promise Fellow (MPF) will work in coordination with Framingham Public School’s (FPS) Department of Community Resource Development (CRD) to support the implementation of Cameron Middle School’s Resiliency for Life Program (RFL). Founded in 1999, Resiliency for Life is an academic intervention and dropout prevention program within the Framingham Public Schools that serves students who are at high risk of academic failure.

Girls Inc. of Lynn

The Career Readiness Advisor will prepare high school students in Lynn for their first professional job. The Advisor will lead workshops on career exploration, job readiness, moderate career panels, place teens in internships and job shadows, and provide case management support. The Advisor will also work with teens to develop and hone their leadership skills. The Advisor will also assist the College and Career Readiness Coordinator as needed.

Haverhill Public Schools

The Haverhill Public Schools’ Fellow will work with our After School program, taking the lead to support a core group of intentionally recruited middle school students who have been identified as underperforming academically or have other challenges impeding their education. The Fellow will be responsible for building relationships with this group of students and supporting homework, academic skill-building, providing academic enrichment, physical activity, and social emotional learning support within the framework of the after school program.

SquashBusters, 7th Grade

The SquashBusters Massachusetts Promise Fellows will work alongside other staff to help support the incoming 7th grade cohort. The Fellow is responsible for supporting the academic and personal development of approximately 25-35 middle and high school students on the SquashBusters Boston team through a holistic approach that focuses on building strong relationships with them, their families, and school partners.

Waltham Boys & Girls Club

In  order  to  have  an  even  deeper  impact  on  our  community’s  youth,  The  Waltham  Boys  &  Girls  Club  Massachusetts  Promise  Fellow  will  implement  an educational  enhancement  strategy.  The  chosen  candidate  will  engage  young  people  in  learning,  encourage them to  succeed in school, and help them become lifelong learners.