Camp Hill is the name of the campus that houses the WEC International USA headquarters.
We can use anyone who wants to use their God-given talents to work in a community that’s trying to advance the gospel. Can you cook, clean, rake leaves, answer phones, perform maintenance tasks or help with childcare and homeschooling? These are just a few of the jobs that need to be done. We can also use accountants, engineers, IT specialists, etc.
As a volunteer, you’ll participate in community life working alongside others with a heart for the gospel. You’ll have the opportunity to meet people from our international community and to pray corporately for missionaries and people groups around the globe.
Advancing the spread of the gospel. “You cannot evangelize the world without a strong home base.”1 By working at the sending base, you help to equip and encourage the missionaries who work internationally. Our campus is the location of WEC USA’s annual conference, two three-month orientation semesters per year and an English school for students from countries such as Brazil and Korea. The sending base also provides housing for workers who are on furlough or have retired, and is the home of our directors, who provide ongoing contact and prayer support for our missionaries around the world. And this is the headquarters for wec.go magazine, and our mobilization and financial departments, as well as many other vital ministries. Your help will ensure that the vital work at the sending base continues!
“God is raising up a whole new army of home-front believers whose lives are saturated with a passion for His global cause.”2 Will you be a part of God’s army by volunteering?
1A. W. Ruscoe, The Lame Take the Prey
2Bob Sjogren / Bill & Amy Stearns, Run With a Vision
Do you love to cook? Why not hang out with our team of cooks and help prepare evening meals for WEC USA staff, candidates, retirees and guests (80–100 people) Monday through Friday.
Every year Camp Hill hosts hundreds of guests. Keeping public areas and guest rooms clean is a big job for our small household staff. Why not satisfy some of your cleaning urges and come and lend a helping hand?
With 18 acres of yard, an old stone mansion, two apartment buildings, two office buildings, shops and a quarter-mile driveway this 120-year-old estate requires just a little amount of upkeep. So if you like yard work, carpentry, plumbing, painting, wiring and fixing all sorts of stuff, we’ve got just the job for you.
Don’t you just hate those computerized phone menus? So do we. But right now our office doesn’t have a receptionist. Could God be calling you to be the answer (pun intended) to our phone problem?
Each year Camp Hill hosts two three-month orientations for WEC missionary candidates and their families. Most orientations require child-care for babies and pre-schoolers while moms and dads are in class. So, if you love kids, have some time to give and can provide a security clearance, why not come and help out?
Many candidate parents don’t want to send their kids to a new school for just three months, so they choose to home school instead. But teaching and attending orientation creates a pretty heavy work load. You could lighten that load by exercising your teaching skills and helping their kids. A security clearance is required.
At this time, WEC USA is only able to consider volunteer applicants who are US citizens, due to difficulties in procuring visas for foreigners. If you are not a US citizen, please do not inquire about volunteering opportunities, UNLESS you currently possess a valid US visa. Thank you