Healthy Schools Campaign is committed to diversity and equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability or sexual orientation. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), women, LGBTQIA+ people and members of other marginalized communities are encouraged to apply for all career, internship and/or volunteer opportunities.
President + CEO
Healthy Schools Campaign seeks a dynamic, dedicated, and visionary individual to serve as its next President + CEO.
The President + CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for setting strategy in collaboration with the board, staff, and key stakeholders, championing the organization’s vision, and ensuring consistent achievement of the mission, strategy and annual goals, and financial objectives. The President + CEO also sets an effective management model to ensure successful policy and system change work and program outcomes, engaged staff, high-functioning internal operations, and robust resource generation within HSC’s $2.6 million operating budget.
HSC has retained Morten Group, LLC to conduct this search.
Healthy Schools Campaign is seeking a part-time Development Writer (24 hours per week) to help further its mission of making schools healthier places for all children. The Development Writer will serve as a key member of HSC’s grants and development teams, and will also work closely with the communications team.
Policy and Program Manager
Healthy Schools Campaign is seeking a Policy and Program Manager. The Policy and Program Manager will be responsible for providing program, research and writing support to HSC’s national program, which focuses on expanding Medicaid-funded school health services.
Senior Marketing and Communications Manager
Healthy Schools Campaign is seeking a Senior Marketing and Communications Manager. The Senior Marketing and Communications Manager is a newly envisioned role, with a deeper focus on marketing and brand building, that will be an integral part of HSC’s communications and program teams.
We welcome interns with a variety of interests and skills. Specific internships vary according to our needs. We also consider potential interns’ academic and professional goals. Internships are regularly available in the following areas:
- Public Policy Research
- Program Planning
- Fundraising and Special Events
Interns and supervisors work together to determine an appropriate schedule and internship length. Generally, interns commit to working between 16 and 40 hours per week for two months to one year. Please note that all internships are unpaid and based out of our office in downtown Chicago.
We offer exciting volunteer opportunities throughout the year, including school garden plantings and special event support. Please note that all volunteer opportunities are based in Chicago. To learn how you can join us as a volunteer and to find out about upcoming opportunities, complete the application form.