Join Project Place for a night of tricks, treats, crafts and more! Explore the decorated halls, while kids receive treats from each of our spook-tacular offices. Relax in the community room afterwards for some crafts, games and light refreshments. Please click here to RSVP!

Nate Root – Employment Specialist “My name is Nate Root, and I am the new Employment Specialist here at Project Place. A little history about myself – I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado but came to Boston for college and have never left. After graduating from Boston College in 2018 I worked at…

Alex Carlino – Reentry Instructor “I graduated from Emmanuel College in 2013 with a major in Sociology specialized in Crime and Justice and a minor in Spanish. I have spent most of my professional career working in different correctional institutions on grant funded programming and in different human services capacities. I came to Project Place…

Manny Zenquis – Adult Education Teacher & Case Manager “Project Place offers clients and staff the opportunity to learn, grow, and excel. My responsibility as an Instructor allows me to serve the clients in ways that are crucial to their development as they seek to gain the skills they need to secure steady employment. It…

Ally Fiske, Adult Education Teacher & Case Manager “I am an aspiring Social Worker with a wide array of experience in the Human Services field and have worked in homeless services for three of those years. What brought me to Project Place? I am passionate about poverty reduction and empowering communities and feel Project Place is…

Our Working Opportunities for Women (WOW) team had a great time selling their hot fudge at The Big E, one of the top ten Fairs in North America and the largest on the East Coast. Learn more about WOW and get yourself a jar of delicious hot fudge at: wowmarket.org

We want to say a big thank you to the MGH Institute of Health Professions for volunteering at Project Place for their Community Impact Day! The MGH community service committee generously held a drive to collect supplies for our NavSack project. Students and staff then brought the supplies to Project Place to assemble 20 NavSacks. NavSacks are…

Emily Rittenour grew up in a small town in southern Maryland. When she entered Maryland’s Salisbury University, she was not expecting to study social work, but ended up finding a true passion for the field after a very impactful volunteer experience. “I was actually an Environmental Law major to start with and I was planning…

Katy Dirks brings an integrated approach to her new position at Project Place. Katy is a substance abuse counselor and licensed mental health clinician (LMHC), as well as an experienced leader in fundraising, communications and events planning. She began her career with an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice Studies and went on to pursue a…

We are pleased to announce our next Client of the Quarter! This quarter we honor Shannon for her hard-work, progress and positivity.  Shannon will proudly tell you that she is one year clean and moving forward in her life towards her goals. Before coming to Boston, Shannon was living in Brockton and struggling with substance abuse….

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