Community Call is dedicated to building equitable, safe and successful communities in Boston by providing pathways for disadvantaged youth to become self-sufficient, valued, and productive members of their communities through civic engagement. Our vision is One Boston through community collaboration and engagement to maximize opportunities and positive outcomes for Boston youth.
"It has been an inspiring experience to sit with groups of students and hear their ideas, pitches, and dreams about making events that will positively influence their peers. Through Community Call, students are able to find their voice, follow their passions, and discover the success that comes from seeing a project through to the end, a skill that will benefit them significantly in their future educational and professional endeavors.” Shari Davis - Director, Boston Mayor’s Youth Engagement & Employment Office
Awards & Recognition:
YouthDoors Provides Companies Options To Connect to Boston High School Youth And Open Doors of Opportunity...We Need Your Employees - click here for info!
Youth WOKE (Working on Knowledge & Equality) Our student advocacy group addressing racial issues in the Boston Public Schools (BPS) and Community working independently but in collaboration with BPS Administration Find out more information here!
Community Call on BNN News below!
Boston's Chief of Health & Human Services, Felix Arroyo
Community Call's mission is to develop life, leadership, and job readiness skills through civic engagement and empowerment for Boston high school at-risk and opportunity youth. Our student-centered approach provides personalized learning through student produced community events and projects on social issues that they choose to address. Students take ownership of their learning and their impact on the community by incorporating leadership, teamwork, innovation, and critical thinking skills. Our program brings together youth, businesses, educational institutions, nonprofits, and government partners to expand student learning outside the classroom to provide opportunities for life.