Current OWD partners—you can now access your required contract documentation below. Please note these forms are for current OWD partners only (i.e. agencies currently receiving direct funding from OWD).

Living Wage Ordinance

The Living Wage Ordinance was passed by the Boston City Council and approved by the Mayor on September 4, 1998. The purpose of this Ordinance is to assure that employees of vendors who contract with the City to provide services earn an hourly wage that is sufficient for a family of four to live on or above the poverty line. The current living wage is $16.38 an hour and will stay in effect until June 30, 2023. The living wage is subject to an increase each July 1.

B-1 FY 2023
B-2 FY 2023
B-3 FY 2023
LW-1 FY 2023
LW-2 FY 2023
LW-3 FY 2023
LW-4 FY 2023
LW-6 FY 2023
LW-8 FY 2023
LW-9 FY 2023
LW-9A FY 2023
LW-10 FY 2023
LW-10A FY 2023

Neighborhood Jobs Trust

Program Guidelines

NJT FY20-21 Program Guidelines

2022 Income Guidelines

NJT Participant Documentation and Information

Eligibility Packet

OWD Authorization for Release of Information

NJT Targeted Enrollment Benchmark Definition

Neighborhood Boundaries and Zip Codes

NJT Enrollment Roster-Guidelines to Note

NJT FY20-21 Enrollment Roster (Service Provider must complete and submit the Enrollment Roster to OWD within 2 weeks after each cycle start date and complete the last column of the Enrollment Roster verifying which participants have completed/graduated the program within 2 weeks after each cycle end date and submit to OWD.)

Invoicing Documents

NJT FY20-21 Outcome Invoice (Service Provider must complete and submit to OWD during the opening of each quarterly submission.)

NJT Employee Verification Form

NJT Student Verification Form

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