MCC strives to create a caring and diverse staff in a flexible work environment. At MCC a diverse and inclusive workplace is one where all employees, whatever their race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or identity, age, education or disability feels valued and respected. We are committed to a nondiscriminatory approach and provide equal opportunity for employment and advancement in all of MCC’s departments, programs and worksites in compliance with MCC’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy. We are committed to a workplace that embraces the contributions of all employees and that is fair and respectful to all. We welcome differences and ensure that all voices are valued and heard.
Since our founding in 1980, Maternity Care Coalition (MCC) has served over 100,000 families. We have been able to impact so many lives because of the people throughout our community who get involved with us every day. We could not be here without you, our generous donors, dedicated volunteers, staff and interns. Thank you!
Volunteers are vital in helping MCC achieve its mission to improve maternal and child health. With volunteers from all parts of the community, we work together to strengthen families and give back. MCC welcomes the different knowledge bases, skills and backgrounds our volunteers bring, as well as their commitment to MCC. Become a champion for maternal and child health and volunteer with us today! Here’s how you can help:
If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the information form below. You will then be added to our volunteer distribution list and receive up-to-date volunteer opportunities. We will also review each form and if there is an opportunity that aligns with your interests, we will do our best to match you.
For more information, please contact us.
*Volunteers, both regular and scheduled, who have contact with children, must go through the clearance process.
MCC offers various internships for undergraduate and graduate-level students throughout the year. These positions afford students the opportunity to gain experience in the maternal-child health field and to work in a fast-paced nonprofit environment. Please review the various positions and submit a cover letter and resume with the internship position of your interest listed in the subject line. Once we have reviewed your application, we will contact you for an interview if an appropriate position is available.
To apply to the MCC internship program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter, resume and your availability.
Supplier Diversity Policy
As Advocates for client families from diverse racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, MCC strives to fairly and impartially support minority-owned, women-owned and/or disabled-owned suppliers. Likewise, we encourage our subcontractors to engage bids from minority-owned, women-owned, disabled-owned businesses where applicable. For purchase orders issued below the bidding threshold, MCC also strives to utilize a diverse supplier base.
MCC works with subcontractors in the following areas:
DESIGN + FACILITIES + CLEANING + FINANCIAL + HUMAN RESOURCES + ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING
For more information, please email Joanne Solarz at email@example.com or call 215-989-3547.
Throughout the year, we host a number of events where you can learn more about our programs and get involved with MCC. Below is a list of our upcoming events, activities, and annual fundraisers. We hope you’ll join us!
Support our mission to improve maternal and child health and well-being at MCC’s 12th annual Celebrating Fathers Golf Classic, teeing off the Tuesday after Father’s Day.