Community Corps

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A Missional Volunteer Training Program

The Community Corps is an immersive training program, empowering its members into a lifestyle of service with those who have experienced homelessness through work, discipleship, and community life.

No one is really working for peace unless he is working primarily for the restoration of wisdom. — E.F. SCHUMACHER

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Who Can Apply?

Are you…

  • ready to serve with men and women who have experienced homelessness?
  • called to live in authentic, meaningful community?
  • hungry for spiritual growth and formation?

If you said YES, then we invite you to apply for the Mobile Loaves & Fishes Community Corps at Community First! Village.

Program Benefits

  • 14-16 week terms of service at Community First! Village
  • Robust community life for both Residential and Non-Residential Corps members
  • Intensive course of study and spiritual formation
  • Acquisition of valuable skills in Community First! Village programs and micro-enterprises
  • Training in the nationally-acclaimed “Community First!” response to homelessness
  • Networking opportunities with organizations and ministries from around the nation

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Program Details

Cost:

  • $3,500 per term for Residential Corps (includes on-site housing at Community First! Village)
  • $1,200 per term for Non-Residential Corps

For full program details and requirements, download our Community Corps Applicant Guide.

Now Accepting Applications

for Summer 2017 (May 12-August 18) and Fall 2017 (September 1-December 15) Check out our Applicant Guide for full program details and requirements.

  • Applications for the Summer 2017 term are due May 1, 2017
  • Applications for the Fall 2017 term are due August 1, 2017
  • Applications accepted on a rolling basis & spots are limited.
  • Don’t delay; apply now!

Ready to apply? Begin the process HERE!

Questions? Email communitycorps@mlf.org.

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But I say that wisdom is better than might, though the poor man’s wisdom is despised and his words are not heard — ECCLESIASTES 9:16 ESV