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The Volunteer Program at Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers is open to individuals, corporate group volunteers, public health students and community-based service learning programs. The Program includes a formal application process, interview, reference and background check and a signed agreement to abide by our confidentiality requirements.

How to Become a Volunteer

  1. View the current opportunities listed below
  2. Complete the fillable PDF application provided here in English or Spanish
  3. Email application to Kate Jaeger, Volunteer Program Director, at kate.jaeger@sschc.org
  4. For any further questions or assistance call Kate Jaeger at 414-897-5184

Volunteer Opportunities

– – – – – – SPECIAL EVENTS – – – – – –

(email Kate at kate.jaeger@sschc.org if interested)

Southside Bike Day: Community Health in Motion
Saturday, June 29th, 8 am – 3 pm, Various Shifts Available
Kosciuszko Park – 2201 S. 7th Street, MKE 53215
Many opportunities including Registration, Interpreting, Bike & Helmet Giveaways, Setup/Takedown and MORE!

– – – – – – AMERICORPS – – – – – – 

WI HEALTHCORPS – 3 different opportunities at SSCHC:
Patient Navigator Screening for Social Determinants of Health
Women’s Wellness
educating and case-managing women throughout pregnancy
Healthy Choices Family Program or Outreach – obesity prevention/intervention for the whole family
Benefits: Living Stipend and Education Award
Conversational Spanish skills required for some positions

FARM TO SCHOOL – Nutrition EducatorPART-TIME (20 hours/week)
Benefits: Living Stipend and Education Award
More info: F2S AmeriCorps Position


Behavioral Health

Human Resources / Administration

Healthy Choices Program

Through family education and community advocacy, Healthy Choices strives to improve the home and neighborhood environment for adults and children in Milwaukee’s Southside, so they can enjoy a healthier life.

  • NEW SESSION!: Youth Health Educator – Nutrition + Physical Activity
    • Option A – Thursday evenings, 5 – 8 pm, starting April 11th
    • Option B – Wednesday evenings, 5 – 8 pm, starting May 8th
  • NEW SESSION!: Asst Youth Health Educator – Nutrition + Physical Activity
    • See Option A&B above for available volunteer shifts
  • NEW SESSION!: Photographer + Food Prep – take photos of sessions and prepare healthy snack
    • See Option A&B above for available volunteer shifts
  • Farm to School Volunteer – help to educate and facilitate lessons in a classroom setting
  • Farm to School AmeriCorps: part-time (20h/wk) Nutrition Educator, Living Stipend, Education Award, bilingual not required

WIC Program – Women, Infants and Children Nutrition

WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding education and support, supplemental nutritious foods, and referrals to other health and nutrition services.

Medical Department:

Environmental Health Department

The Environmental Health Department focuses on initiatives designed to improve the community’s environmental, physical, social and economic well-being.

Waukesha Community Health Center

Outdoor / Seasonal


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