AMP Up Boston is a free three-year program, offered as part of a research study, for residents of the Boston Housing Authority. The program can give participants support to get a good-paying job or manage their money. If participants are eligible and are admitted to the program based on availability, they will meet with their mentor regularly to set goals and get support. They can earn up to $700 a year for making progress on their goals.
The AMP Up Boston study seeks to understand how EMPath’s economic mentoring program can advance the economic mobility of BHA residents. AMP Up Boston is operated by EMPath, with support from the Boston Housing Authority (BHA). EMPath is also partnering with lead researcher Lawrence Katz at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to better understand the program.
To find out if participating in the study is right for you, attend an Information Session.
Ready to achieve your goals?
Our mentors can give you the support you need to manage your money or get a good-paying job. If you’re eligible and are admitted to the program based on availability, you’ll meet with your mentor regularly, in person or online. You can earn up to $700 per year for making progress on your own goals!
You must be:
☑ Living in BHA public or leased housing
☑ An adult between the ages of 18-55
☑ Able to legally work in the U.S.
☑ Willing to meet with your coach regularly virtually or in person
For questions, send an email to ampupboston (at) gmail (dot) com or call (833) 630-0225.
Information Sessions: Details & Registration
To find out if participating in the study is right for you, attend an online Information Session. You can find the session dates and the registration button below.
Mandarin & Cantonese translators are available for English sessions only.
Monday 2/6 @ 12pm
Wednesday 2/8 @ 5pm
Wednesday 2/15 @ 12pm
Wednesday 2/22 @ 5pm (w/ Mandarin & Cantonese Translator)
Tuesday 2/28 @ 12pm
Thursday 2/2 @ 5pm
Thursday 2/16 @ 5pm
Tuesday 2/21 @ 12pm
To learn more about participating in the study, call or text (833) 630-0225.