EAC Network Careers: Make a Difference in the Community
EAC Network is a competitive nonprofit that takes great pride in its staff and work. Our team is dedicated to helping our neighbors get back on their feet. We work to create a better community for all through specialized approaches to social services.
As our programs continue to grow, so does our need for talented and motivated professionals. Join EAC Network’s team and see what it feels like to make a difference.
Employee Wellness Paint Night with staff from our Suffolk Supervised Visitation Program
Welcoming New Hires to the EAC Network Family
As individuals join our team, our Human Resources department welcomes recent hires and recognizes our new team members across the entire agency through a quarterly newsletter. Even though our staff may be located far apart and are members of multiple programs, everyone is acknowledged from the Bronx out to Suffolk County, because we’re all part of one agency: EAC Network.
Amidst a pandemic EAC Network continues to strive to provide opportunities to the communities we serve. We are excited to launch a series of Virtual Open Houses and Recruiting Fairs for job opportunities we are hiring for immediately. Register below.
Our Commitment To The EAC Network Family:
EAC Network recognizes that employee health and wellness is of the upmost importance. Our employees love doing fun and healthy activities together and engaging in programs that promote wellness.
EAC Network's Wellness Vision:
To promote the health and wellness of staff through education and initiatives that encourage healthier lifestyles, increases awareness of factors and resources contributing to well-being, and inspire and empower individuals to take responsibility for their own health.
EAC Network's Wellness Mission Statement:
To support employees in making healthy lifestyle choices and engage in opportunities for a life-long commitment to good health and well-being.
Interns and Volunteers
Interns and volunteers are an important part of the EAC Network family. Each year, dozens of students from area colleges and universities assist in case management and service provision to the more than 43,000 people we serve each year. Over 400 ongoing community volunteers deliver meals to home-bound seniors, monitor children in foster care, become mentors for children, mediate disputes between neighbors, arbitrate auto lemon-law cases, give relief to people caring for frail elderly family members, and more.
To apply for an internship, please review the Placement Option forms below and email your cover letter and resume to the email address listed as the contact for the internship(s) of interest. Please note that a submission of a resume or application is not a guarantee of placement.
For questions about internships, please contact the program contact listed for the internship of interest.
For general volunteer inquiries for individuals or groups unrelated to internships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org