Are you someone that wants to be part of team that works for justice and equity? Are you passionate about organizing people impacted by homelessness to change our community? Do you want to work with a collection of smart, dedicated people that work every day to fulfill the human right to housing? If so, the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) welcomes you.
Our history of making real change is thanks to the incredible people who work, intern, and volunteer with CCH. We are strengthened by our diversity and living out our core values. We offer employees a generous benefits package, competitive wages, and the opportunity to work in a supportive environment focused on learning and development.
Information on available employment positions are listed below. Those interested in an internship should email our staff contacts, also listed. We look forward to talking with you.
- Associate Director of Strategic Campaigns – see details here.
- Senior Field Organizer – see details here.
Please send resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested in an internship at CCH, please contact:
- Policy internship inquiries, email Sam Carlson.
- We are no longer accepting applications for the summer and 2022-23 academic year internship vacancies.
- Law student internship inquiries, email Arturo Hernandez
- We are currently accepting applications for a Law Student Intern, you can review the description here.
- Law social work internship inquires, email Christy Beretta
- We are currently accepting applications for 1st and Advance Standing/2nd year MSW Social Work Law Interns. Please reach out and ask for a job description if interested.
- Community Organizing internship inquiries, email Wayne Richard
- Communications/Marketing internship inquiries, email Karianne Canfield
- We are no longer accepting applications at this time.
- Development internship inquiries, email Michael Nameche
CCH places about 20 interns a year with its public policy, community organizing, legal, communications, and development staff.
Most interns are college and graduate students earning academic credit. Internships usually run through the academic year or during the summer.