JP Boston

Jeremiah Program has introduced an innovative, new 2gen model to serve women and children in the Boston area, working with a tapestry of organizations to deliver the core elements of its holistic resources.

Located in Nubian Square at 130 Warren Street, Boston, MA 02119.

Join Boston's Annual Voices Rising Event

An unforgettable evening of storytelling where artists, business professionals, civic leaders, educators, and community members come together to benefit Jeremiah Program Boston. Hosted by comedian and storyteller Bethany Van Delft the stories will center on the theme of "Daring Powerfully".

JP Announces First Alumni Fellowship Cohort - 13 alum will strengthen JP's advocacy

This new network is designed to ensure our alumni have the tools to lead at the tables where decisions impact their lives.

Building Curriculum Fostering Healthy Self-Affirming Identities

Kaya Henderson, former chancellor of DC public schools and current CEO of Reconstruction US, a new company focusing on online K-12 supplemental curriculums. Reconstruction's mission? Reaffirming positive cultural identity in black children.

A Conversation With Alison Carter Marlow - JP Boston's Executive Director

Learn what's in store on the road ahead for JP Boston

Our Campus

In Boston, Jeremiah Program has introduced an innovative, new model to serve women and children, working with a tapestry of organizations to deliver the core elements of its holistic model.

Jeremiah provides empowerment and life skills training and individual coaching at its home base in Nubian Square. Here, families study, learn, play, socialize, and cook in a supportive environment. Jeremiah assists moms with finding safe and affordable housing and quality early childhood education, if needed.

JP Boston’s education partners include Endicott College and Southern New Hampshire University, known for their small classes, supportive faculty and administration with solid track records for supporting students who are parenting. Our partners are committed to the academic and employment success of our young mothers.

For more information, contact:

For general questions regarding programing contact Kimberly Thomas 617-459-4525

To speak with the Executive Director contact Alison Carter Marlow 617-245-6551

Email – info@jeremiahprogram.org

Address – 130 Warren Street, Boston, MA 02119

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