At AIDS Foundation of Chicago, we make a difference in the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS in a wide variety of ways. Whether you would like to become an employee, are a student in search of an internship, or would like to volunteer, the information you need to help make a difference can be found on this page.
AFC's staff is made up of nearly 90 diverse employees dedicated to changing the world around us for the betterment of those living with HIV/AIDS and other illnesses. Excellent benefits, an office location easily accessible from all parts of the city and surrounding suburbs, and a friendly, goal-oriented work environment all make AFC a great place to work. If you possess the skills, experience and drive to work in a dynamic, outcomes-oriented environment changing the world around us, consider applying for one of the open positions listed on our Employment page.
AFC offers internships throughout the year to those currently or recently enrolled in a related academic program. Our intern program is built on a foundation of providing real world experience to help qualified applicants become better prepared to pursue careers fighting HIV/AIDS and other social justice issues affecting the world we live in. Interns work closely with staff in their field of interest to learn the practicalities of working in the nonprofit arena. Internships are tailored to focus on contemporary issues and projects, and interns can expect a dynamic, challenging, rewarding, and insightful experience. More information and listings of available internships can be found on the Internships page.
Volunteers of all ages and from diverse backgrounds increase AFC's ability to help people ten times over. Whether you are looking to volunteer alone or with a group, we have opportunities to fit a variety of interests. Some examples of volunteer opportunities including helping out at events such as our Annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago or TEAM TO END AIDS, stuffing safer sex kits during our monthly movie night, or helping with reception and clerical tasks. If you are interested in volunteering, check out our Volunteer page for current listings and application information.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago is committed to providing equal opportunity in all of our employment, intern, and volunteer practices, including recruitment, selection, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, compensation, job benefits, dismissal, and social and recreational activities to all qualified persons without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status, marital status, handicap, disability (including HIV status), and/or other personal characteristics, or any other protected status in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws.