Meet the Corps!

We welcome our new members for the 2018-19 program year! Check out our member profiles and new member introductory blog posts. 

Congratulations to the 2017-18 Corps!

Our 2017-18 members celebrated their end of term ceremony the last week of June. Together, they have served over 40,000 individuals in the Chicagoland area. We thank them for their service and wish them the best as they carry on the mission of NHC and commitment to public health!

Serving Chicago Communities

NHC Chicago members participate in monthly Saturday Service Projects, where they volunteer throughout the Chicagoland area.

Getting Things Done in Chicago!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

National Health Corps Chicago members joined City Year in a day of service for MLK Day at Curie Metropolitan High School.

 

Welcome to Chicago

Chicago's rich history of arts, culture, politics and community service is an exciting place to live, learn and serve. 

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National Health Corps Chicago Blog

NHC Chicago member Stephanie Blagaich strives to #shareasmile and improve oral health among high school students.
Date of Publication: 11/14/2018
Author: j_mcdonald
Katy Pham, one of the Patient Navigators at the Illinois Eye Institute Princeton Vision Clinic, shares about her experience helping provide vision care to underserved Chicago Public School students and families.
Date of Publication: 11/06/2018
Author: j_smith
Olga shares her take on the health of the community in which she serves.
Date of Publication: 10/31/2018
Author: j_smith
How esprit de corps facilitates exceptional service.
Date of Publication: 10/23/2018
Author: j_smith
Why cultivating a collaborative spirit within our cohort of members will help us in our future healthcare careers.
Date of Publication: 10/17/2018
Author: j_smith

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