Careers at Action for Healthy Kids
Thank you for your interest in joining our hardworking team! Each of our talented employees contributes to ensuring all children have access to healthy schools so they can succeed and thrive. Action for Healthy Kids is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Read more about our core values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Do you have a passion for making a difference in the lives of kids by building
strategic relationships in communities across the nation? In this role, you will create and implement a comprehensive plan to expand our community outreach and engagement efforts. Additionally, this role will be a DEI subject matter expert who will be the architect of Action for Healthy Kids’ internal diversity, equity and inclusion programs. Learn more and apply.
The Grant Writer plays a key role in the success of Action for Healthy Kids by generating proposals to new and existing corporate, foundation, and government sources. This position will lead, implement, and manage the proposal writing process. You get to use your talent as a top-notch writer, joining a talented team that drives our philanthropic and other resource development activities forward to generate support for the health of the whole child. Learn more and apply.
Do you want to make an impact on the lives of kids, schools, families, and communities? Do you dream of being in a role that enables you to truly collaborate with others to implement change and make a difference? Action for Healthy Kids(AFHK)is seeking organized, enthusiastic, and motivated individuals to serve as Family Connectors who will work to break down barriers to family engagement in schools and build authentic family-school partnerships in your community. Learn more to apply.
Action for Healthy Kids is seeking an individual to join our team as a part-time Project Coordinator in the greater Chicago, IL area. The Project Coordinator is responsible for developing strong relationships with AFHK’s network of underserved districts and schools in the greater Chicago area, and providing training and technical assistance to AFHK-funded districts/schools to implement AFHK’s program model. Learn more to apply by December 4, 2020.