The Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative's (DSNI) mission is to empower Dudley residents to organize, plan for, create and control a vibrant, diverse and high-quality neighborhood in collaboration with community partners.
On Saturday, August 13th 2016 newly renovated Mary Hannon Park on Dudley Street was teeming with local families, youth, artists and performers, food trucks, vendors, organizations, and activities. The community was celebrating a 28 year legacy - the DSNI Annual Multicultural Festival.
DSNI seeks to hire a Community Organizer to work within the Sustainable Economic Development team. The Community Organizer will work closely with other DSNI staff, Board members, resident leaders, and partner organizations. The position reports to DSNI's Director of Sustainable Economic Development.
DSNI seeks to hire a dynamic and creative organizer who will serve as the primary liaison to parents of children who attend our neighborhood schools and parents who live in the neighborhood with Pre-K and school-aged children.
Amanda Weber is a PhD student in the Counseling Psychology Department at Boston College. She was matched with DSNI as an intern for this school year as coursework (called "First Year Experience" at BC). Today is the last day of her internship. This post reflects her experiences working at DSNI.
On, Friday, January 29, DSNI hosted Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and local leaders at its annual open house, which brought neighbors together for a discussion of the future of the Dudley Village Campus.