Want to work at Grenville Baker?

We Have Job Openings!

Grenville Baker has been a vital part of the North Shore community for the past seventy one years. We are proud to serve over 150 children a day with programs that provide opportunities to develop skills for a successful transition from childhood through adolescence and into adulthood.

If you are an energetic individual that enjoys working with children in a fun and lively setting, please consider these positions.

Please email your resume to Shirley Durkin-Freni, Human Resource Specialist, at shirley.durkin@gbbgc.org

Grenville Baker employee with kids

Open Positions


Monday – Friday 2:30pm  – 8:00pm (2 positions: Teens grade 6-12)

This position is a perfect fit for someone looking to work with youth in a science, technology, engineering & mathematics education setting.  Successful applicant will have experience with STEM focused programs:  Lego Robotics, Girls Who Code, Digital Arts, and Graphic Design.

Technology Coordinator must have an outgoing and patient personality when working with members. Your creativity, energy and smiles will unlock the potential in our members to explore STEM in a fun, interactive setting.

Skills Required:

  • College course work in technical related field
  • Technical experience through related coursework to convey program materials, maintain software and attend to minor technical issues
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and other software that could enhance the Technology Center.
  • Demonstrated ability & interest in developing youth.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org



Monday – Friday 2:30pm  – 8:00pm 

We are looking for an individual who will engage our teen members in diverse activities that support leadership skills, financial skills, college & career choices as well as fun sports, music activities and field trips.

Our teens participate in local community service projects, travel into NYC to experience an entertainment and/or cultural event, head off to visit colleges in the tri-state area, go on ski trips, and Teen Tours, in addition to exploring the Boys & Girls Club of American programs such as “Passport to Manhood”  “Smart Girls” “Career Launch” and other BGCA National programs.

Ideal candidate

  • Is able to be a role model for our teen members, by showcasing a sense of responsibility, integrity and sound judgment.
  • Can you work sensitively with diverse people, and enthusiastically facilitate Boys & Girls Club of America materials
  • Has college course work related to psychology, social work or a field relevant to Teen Programs
  • Has worked with high school students in a group setting

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org