White House Announces $1.7 Billion in New Commitments to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities
We believe people fuel change. We invest in people who model practical and humble leadership, give them exceptional training and experiences, and connect them to each other to foster authentic, meaningful relationships. That goes for our students, our service members, and, yes—our staff.
Here are the core values that guide our work every day.
We are responsible for tending to our own humanity
We connect with our history, we own our flaws, we unearth our shame, we evolve our biases, and we deepen our understanding of ourselves.
Communities are woven of intentional relationships
We hold each other accountable with care. We get curious about each other. We celebrate diversity and build belonging. We embrace each others’ complexity.
Leadership and learning are inseparable
We invest in people’s development with love and limits. We seek out opportunities to learn and grow. We see everyone as having agency, responsibility, and opportunity.
We reimagine systems of power
We shift power, access, and resources to those most impacted by systemic oppression. We dare to dream of a fundamentally different future.
I like working at FoodCorps because I get to work with and draw inspiration from passionate people that are making an impact, every day!
— Ina Tubilleja, Service Member Recruitment Manager
I have grown while working at FoodCorps by understanding that value isn’t just in the work you do but how you show up authentically to conversations owning your voice and lived experiences.
— Morgan McGhee, Director of School Nutrition Leadership
FoodCorps’ Action for Equity and Inclusion
In pursuing our vision, FoodCorps embraces equity, diversity, and inclusion as strategic and moral imperatives in our work. And we are convinced that for that service to be effective, we must not replicate the imbalances we see in society at large; we are working toward becoming a model for the change we seek.
Read our first annual Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion report to learn more about our journey.Read Report
FoodCorps is as committed to the wellbeing of our staff as we are to the students we serve. We’re proud to offer a strong package of benefits that include:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and disability insurance
Paid Time Off, Leave, and 401(k) Benefits
Generous PTO, parental leave, options for family and medical leave, and matching 401(k) contributions
The ability to work from home when needed and resources dedicated to supporting remote staff
Four extra hours of weekend on Friday mornings or afternoons
Funding and time dedicated to your professional growth
One month of paid sabbatical after every three years of working at FoodCorps
The support given to me during my tenure here at FoodCorps has helped me step into my role with confidence. As a result, I have garnered knowledge and exposure to areas well beyond my sphere of expertise.
— Michelle Emeh, Senior Director of Finance
It feels wonderful that FoodCorps has invested in my growth as a leader countless times during my tenure with the organization. I’ve really enjoyed the balance FoodCorps provides in trusting my ideas and experience, as well as challenging me to learn, grow, and try new things.
— Cassie Spindler, California Program Manager
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