Employment & Internship Opportunities

Special Olympics Pennsylvania currently has the following volunteer and internship opportunities available to support our Marketing & Communications, Competition, and Training Departments: 

Employment Opportunities:

Part-Time Healthy Communities Coordinator

Position Summary:

Healthy Athletes provides free examinations in seven disciplines, trains healthcare professionals and connects individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID) to follow-up care services. Through this work, Special Olympics has become the world’s largest public health organization for individuals with ID.

However, while Healthy Athletes has successfully served as a tool for collecting data that call attention to the needs of our athletes and educating healthcare professionals, it has only to a limited extent, connected athletes to treatment and health services. Further, the training of healthcare professionals is limited to the seven disciplines. This gap highlighted a need and to address the limitations of Healthy Athletes, Healthy Communities was launched to expand health services for individuals with ID in an effort to reduce the disparities that exist in their access to health services and health status.

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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Submit in Word format a letter of interest, resume, salary history, references, AND salary requirements to

No phone calls will be accepted. Resumes sent for positions other than this posting will not receive a response.



Special Olympics Pennsylvania provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults (age 8-80) with intellectual disabilities. All training and competition opportunities are provided free of charge to athletes, enabling everyone to experience the benefits of Special Olympics that extend well beyond the playing field. The athletes of Special Olympics -- 16,000 strong in Pennsylvania -- are constant reminders of all that is right with the human spirit. Pennsylvania is the 7th largest program and one of the strongest Special Olympics programs in the United States. For more information about how SOPA inspires greatness, visit