We Are Hiring!

Project Homecoming is currently accepting applicants to serve as a summer intern for our Summer Youth Mission Program. If you love youth and want to spend a summer in New Orleans, come join us! Below are some things to consider:

Applicants must have a car while they are here

Ability to lead music is preferable but not required

Must enjoy working with youth ages 12-18

In addition to a monthly stipend, housing is provided by Project Homecoming

Be prepared to assist with worship services every evening

Click here to apply!

If you have any questions please contact Alex Pappas at 504.300.0956 or at [email protected]

Check Us Out

Our Summer Youth Mission Program is as easy as 1…2…3

 

We are currently accepting volunteers for the weeks of June 5th and July 10th. All other weeks have filled.

Step 1
Step 1

Choose your week!

 

 

Step 2
Step 2

Contact our Volunteer Program Manager, Alex Pappas.

Step 3
Step 3

Meet us at the Village!

A week long community in action

Program participants will cook and eat together, share chore duties, build a home or community project, and participate in compelling programming each night.  This will be a challenging weeks both physically and emotionally for these young folks.  Our program isn’t just a week of work, it’s a life changing experience.

Sun/Mon
Sun/Mon

Your group will have an opportunity to prepare for their week of service through a worship service. There will also be a guest speaker discussing their relationship with God and Hurricane Katrina.

Tue
Tue

The group will explore our special city to witness our cultural traditions.  Alternatively, you can use this as free time for other activities.

Wed
Wed

Learn more about wetland conservation. Take a guided tour of Bayou Savauge.

Thur
Thur

Share a meal with worksite managers, staff and homeowners during Neighbor Night at the Volunteer facilities. Afterwards, end the evening with reflection by using our prayer stations.

Fri
Fri

Your last evening at Project Homecoming is celebrated with a short vespers service.

Nuts and Bolts

What We Provide
What We Provide

All programming is planned ahead of time so all you have to do is show up ready to work. Youth will be assigned work sites where they will volunteer rebuilding a home or working on a community project. All meals, as well as beds and showers, will be provided by Project Homecoming. Travel to New Orleans and transportation to and from the work sites is not included.

What You Bring
What You Bring

You will need your own transportation. We also ask for a 4:1 youth to adult ratio. The cost of the program is $325 per person per week.

Let us guide you in work and faith

Our program staff are uniquely trained to guide your group through a week of fellowship and intentional community.  We have prepared selected devotionals, worship material, and programming that help participants reflect on their week of service in New Orleans.  They will form a bond with our staff as role models who demonstrate their faith through service.

Our worksite managers provide all the training and supervision necessary to keep your group safe and productive.  This isn’t just pulling weeds and painting – we put them to work on a real construction site with an opportunity to build a home and improve a community.

This is just what our youth need, let's get started...

If you feel this is an opportunity for the youth in your community to grow in their faith, please fill out the form below. If you want to know more about the logistics of the trip and what we offer, please continue by clicking the button above.

 

Or just call us!  You can reach our Volunteer Program Manager, Alex Pappas, 504.300.0956 or [email protected]mecoming.net.

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