Careers

For over 75 years, Edwin Gould’s Community of Care has addressed the complex and often overwhelming issues that confront society. Rooted in a history of services focused on the needs of orphaned children during the early years of the twentieth century, our programming now includes a comprehensive array of services incorporating evidence-based practices to address those in need across the life-span. Our cornerstone foster care and adoption services are joined by community-based preventive services designed to assist at-risk families; programming focused on the prevention of domestic violence, intervention to assist victims of such violence, and advocacy toward policy change; criminal justice services; school-based programs; health and mental health services; vocational, and economic empowerment programming; and group living environments for developmentally disabled adults who wish to live independently. We reach over 10,000 individuals across the five boroughs. Apply for open positions now!

Who are we?
For over 75 years, Edwin Gould’s Community of Care has addressed the complex and often overwhelming issues that confront society. Whether it is through our far-reaching, community-based Preventive Services, our Steps to End Family Violence program, Intellectual Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities work (which includes Residential Services), or our Foster Care and Adoption Services division, we are proud of the work we accomplish each and every day.

What are we looking for?
Here at Edwin Gould, we take great pride in our long-standing tradition of empowering children and families. We are always seeking enthusiastic, dedicated, outside-the-box thinkers who are fueled by the desire to have a positive impact on the community — do you have what it takes to join the team?

If so, you can view all available positions and apply online here.

Internship Program

We depend on social work interns throughout our divisions and have a vibrant intern support and training program. If you are interested in interning with us, please reach out to our Educational Coordinator, Cynthia Vargas, LCSW cvargas@egscf.org