(617) 889-6080

318 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150, USA

THE CHELSEA COLLABORATIVE

The mission of the Chelsea Collaborative is to empower Chelsea residents to enhance the social and economic health of the community and its people; and to hold institutional decision makers accountable to the community.

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NOW HIRING YOUTH WORKERS

The Chelsea Collaborative is hiring for two new key members to join our Youth Development Department and work closely with local youth. Click for details on the two positions that are currently open: 

COLLECTIVE ACTION WORKS! WORKERS RECUPERATE MORE THAN $200,000 IN WAGES

The Chelsea Collaborative's Immigrant Workers' Center is building momentum and worker power with two recent wage theft campaign victories resulting in more than $200,000 in unpaid wages going to workers. These wins coincide with a drastic increase in wage theft we're seeing in our Workers' Center.

APPLY FOR A YEAR OF SERVICE WITH THE COLLABORATIVE

The Chelsea Collaborative will host two full-time Commonwealth Corps Service Members beginning in August 2019. Service Members will help implement and build capacity for Chelsea Se Prepara (Chelsea Gets Ready), an adult workforce development pipeline designed to increase economic advancement and justice in our community.

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The Chelsea Collaborative is the only Latino-led organization in Chelsea. We implement a collection of community initiatives – developed and led by residents – to address persistent issues of inequity, which negatively impact the well-being of Chelsea residents, particularly those most vulnerable among us such as children, immigrants, and refugees. Our initiatives meet the basic needs of Chelsea residents, foster leadership and citizenship among newcomers, develop the next generation of leaders, respond effectively to crises, and create systemic change that increases equity and justice for years to come. We work with our community through direct services and case management in the short-term, and through community organizing targeting systems of power that perpetuate inequity in the long-term.

CONTACT US

(617) 889-6080

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