Many of our staff are youth that come from all over the country for a term of voluntary service. In addition to these volunteers, we also hire local staff. Check out our current opening!
Find out what it’s like to work at Hillcrest Home.
Be a Volunteer at Hillcrest Home
Everyone’s needs vary from day to day, and that’s why we’re here. From simple reminders, an extra pair of hands, or a shoulder to lean on. That’s what we’re here for.
Volunteer Service at Hillcrest Home offers more than just opportunities for service, it stimulates personal growth and lifelong changes in individual lives. The intensity of living and working closely with others, quickly turns strangers from all over the United States into family.
This service venture enables young people to positively impact the lives and hearts of the elderly by serving them with the hands and heart of Christ. The funds which are generated, through the use of volunteer staff, are utilized to support foreign missions. In addition, this term of service at Hillcrest, often produces positive lifelong changes in the life of the individual who comes to serve. Leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and a new concept of sacrifice are just a few of the character qualities that are developed. Furthermore, Hillcrest is a place where horizons are broadened with lifelong friendships.
The workers serving at Hillcrest receive full room and board, as well as several other employment benefits, plus a monthly allowance for personal expenses. The rest of their pay is dedicated to mission work.
Because of the steady turnover in staff, we are constantly recruiting and training new workers. We regularly have openings for Certified Nursing Assistants, Kitchen Workers, Floaters, Laundry Workers, Janitors and Maintenance Men. Serving is certainly not always glamorous, it often consists of very routine and hard work, but nothing can equal the satisfaction of
Serving Christ by Serving Others.
“You give but little when you give of your possessions,
It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”