The Catholic Campaign for Human Development provides a unique opportunity to support those who live on the margins of society in several ways.
In partnership with the USCCB, the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity sponsors an annual academic year internship for any local Catholic with an interest in social justice and Catholic Social Teaching.
This part-time intern (15-20 hours per week) will assist staff in promoting CCHD within the Archdiocese of Chicago. Tasks may vary, but will include:
Marketing and promotion to maximize funds raised during the annual collection
Evaluation of grant proposals and relationship-building with funded groups
Outreach and education to Catholic schools and parishes around poverty issues and CST
Interns will be compensated at a rate of $14/hour.
Apply by March 19, 2021
Job Description (DOC)
There is an annual collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development each Fall. Donations are graciously accepted at any time throughout the year and are ultimately used to provide grants that support low-income communities in their efforts to confront the injustices that affect them. To donate to this ministry, please click here. Checks may also be sent to the following address.
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity
3525 South Lake Park Avenue
Chicago, IL 60653
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development supports a number of education initiatives that teach different audiences about the root causes of poverty, Catholic Social Teaching, and how to provide support to those on the margins. If you would like to host a seminar or have an idea as to how to educate your community about these topics, please contact Sr. Julia Walsh at [email protected].