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AID FOR WOMEN VITAE CORPS | Live-In Volunteer Staff

Living The Pro-Life Calling, Hand-in-Hand with Mothers & Their Babies

Vitae Corps members are recent female college graduates who volunteer by living and working together in community at Aid for Women’s residential programs (Heather’s House and Monica’s House) to help provide our residents with safe and nurturing homes. Vitae Corps members are dedicated to Aid for Women’s pro-life mission and play a vital role in affirming and supporting each mother in her decision to choose life — providing her with the emotional, practical and spiritual support she and her baby need while participating in our residential programs.

Vitae Corps volunteers serve either full-time (working and living within the home) or part-time (holding a job or attending graduate school outside the home). pdf View and download complete Vitae Corps member job description (544 KB)

Please forward inquires and resume with cover letter to Frances Jimenez, Assistant Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 8 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 812, Chicago, IL, 60603 or fax to (312)275-7532.  Cover letter must include a personal statement of support for Aid for Women’s pro-life mission. Applicants who do not include this in their cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls please.

“Being a Vitae Corps member means being able to accompany life at all stages. Whether it be the mothers, the children, or my fellow Vitae Corps members, I have the opportunity to affirm and love another by simply meeting them where they are at and walking forward with them. My days are filled with sharing the joys of motherhood and bearing the fears of the future, but more importantly, they are about lifting up these courageous women to realize that God has a beautiful journey and destination planned for them and their babies.”  — Kelly Nguyen, Vitae Corps member

“I always told the women that lived with me at Heather’s House that I could never thank them enough. They loved me and loved my daughter so much. Coming home after work to that special love was what I missed the most after I graduated from Heather’s House and moved into my own apartment.”  — Marie Louise, former Heather’s House resident

Heather’s House and Monica’s House are operated by Aid for Women, Inc., an Illinois not-for-profit corporation.