We believe leaders fuel change. We invest in people who model practical and humble leadership, give them exceptional training and experiences, and connect them to each other, cultivating social capital at every level. That goes for our students, our service members, and yes—our staff. That’s just one of the six core values that guide our work everyday. Read about the rest here.
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion
We’re more innovative and responsive when our staff represents a diversity of perspectives and life experiences. People of color, people with disabilities, veterans, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. FoodCorps is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its employment decisions. FoodCorps provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees as required by law. Learn more about our commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Employer of National Service
FoodCorps is a proud Employer of National Service, which means that we are always eager to hire people who have served with AmeriCorps. We recognize the value of the skills gained during national service.
FoodCorps provides health insurance, flexible spending accounts (FSA), dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, disability insurance, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance.
Parents can take advantage of maternity and paternity leave, family and medical leave, and the ability to work from home at times when needed.
- Advocacy Manager (Washington D.C.)
- DC Metro Program Director (Washington D.C.)
- SE Director of Philanthropy (Washington D.C., North Carolina, or Georgia)
- Montana Program Manager (Montana)
- New Jersey Program Manager (New Jersey)
- New Mexico Program Manager (New Mexico)
- Digital Marketing/Communications Manager (New York, NY)
- New York Director of Philanthropy (New York, NY)
- Business Applications Manager (Portland, OR)
- Evaluation Manager (Portland, OR)
- Leadership and Special Projects Coordinator (Portland, OR)
- Sr. Director of Finance (Portland, OR)
- Training and Events Coordinator (Portland, OR)
The Urban School Food Alliance is a nonprofit collaboration that brings together the school food departments of eleven of the largest school districts in the country. Working in concert, these districts use their combined purchasing power to improve the health and quality of school food procurements while driving down the costs. The goals are to advance U.S. school food procurement in a “win-win-win” manner that serves students, school districts, and the environment.
In partnership, the Urban School Food Alliance (the Alliance) and FoodCorps work jointly to improve the quality of school food by leveraging the unique power of school food service operators. FoodCorps provides backbone support to the Alliance via staff capacity, freeing up the Alliance Board and districts to focus on the overarching procurement strategy that drives health and sustainability in school food.
*FoodCorps is working as a search agent to assist with the hiring of this role. FoodCorps and the Alliance are separate organizations and operate under separate operating boards and budgets.
Our National Offices
Our primary national headquarters plays host to our programs, leadership and development, and finance and operations teams. We’re based at The Redd on Salmon Street, a new regional food accelerator. Learn more about our new home.
New York, NEW YORK
The original FoodCorps headquarters, our office in the Big Apple is home to our fundraising and communications team. The office is located at 80 Broad Street.