Classifieds & Volunteer Opportunities

LMC congregation or resource partner organization who would like to place a classified ad or a volunteer opportunity, please submit here.

  • Canning & Trucking Manager

    The Canning & Trucking Manager oversees the crucial meat canning program in MCC’s humanitarian aid activities. Management, technical, and relational skills round out this significant role. Apply online here by August 5th or until the position is filled.



  • Truck Driver

      MCC seeks a full-time Truck Driver to maintain, load, drive, and unload MCC tractors and trailers and, as needed, operate a forklift. The position also performs various material resources handling tasks. Come play a supportive role to MCC’s humanitarian aid operation! The position is flexible for half-time or higher work status for interested candidates.

    Apply online here by July 22nd or until position is filled.


  • Part-Time Art & Design Teacher

    Lancaster Mennonite has a part-time primary grades and middle school Art & Design Teacher position open for the 2024-2025 school year. We are looking for an experienced art educator who has experience teaching elementary students and is culturally competent to instruct students of diverse backgrounds. The candidate will be committed to living out Christian faith from an Anabaptist perspective. The teacher will provide innovative instruction in the fine arts and STEAM, write and revise curriculum, and collaborate and co-teach with other faculty members.

    Interested persons should send their application and resume to


  • High School English Teacher

    Lancaster Mennonite School is hiring for a full-time High School English Teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. We are looking for a dynamic teacher who has a passion for high school students, someone who is committed to living out faith in an Anabaptist perspective, who creates a teaching and learning environment that encourages and promotes creativity, inquiry, and collaboration, and is culturally competent to teach within a diverse student body.

    Interested persons should send their application and resume to


  • Development Director

    EMM logo-Eastern Mennonite Missions seeks a full-time development director. Requires a highly relational mission-minded individual who can effectively communicate God’s call to mission. Cross-cultural mission experience is required. Development experience or willingness to undergo training is required. Apply by May 31 at

    Begins July 1st.



  • LACA Coordinador(a) Regional de Apoyo

    LACA Coordinador(a) Regional de Apoyo a PMER y Mecanismos de Salvaguardia
    CCM está buscando una o un profesional que se desempeñará como recurso y apoyo para los programas del CCM en América Latina y el Caribe (LACA) en las áreas de PMER y Salvaguardia, proporcionará capacitación, tutoría y desarrollo de capacidades para el personal y los socios del CCM en LACA. Esto incluye el fortalecimiento de las tareas en curso de PMER y los mecanismos de salvaguardia del programa, así como el apoyo crítico relacionado con PMER en momentos de orientación, transiciones o emergencias.

    Más información y plazo de postulación en:


  • LACA Regional Support Coordinator

    MCC is seeking a professional who will serve as a resource and support for MCC programs in Latin America and the Caribbean (LACA) in the areas of PMER and Safeguarding, and provide training, mentoring, and capacity building for MCC LACA staff and partners. This includes strengthening ongoing PMER tasks and program safeguarding mechanisms, as well as critical PMER-related support during times of orientation, transitions, or emergencies.

    For more information and the deadline to apply visit:

  • Part-time HS and MS Tech/Shop Teacher

    Lancaster Mennonite School is hiring for a part-time High School and Middle School Tech/Shop Teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. We are looking for a dynamic teacher who has a passion for middle and high school students, someone who is committed to living out faith in an Anabaptist perspective, who creates a teaching and learning environment that encourages and promotes creativity, inquiry, and collaboration and is culturally competent to teach within a diverse student body. Candidates will provide instruction in such classes as Intro to STEAM, Woodworking, Metalworking, and Welding.

    Interested persons should send their application and resume to Lorri Hengst at


  • Director of Enrollment

    Lancaster Mennonite School is seeking a full-time Director of Enrollment starting July 1, 2024. The Director of Enrollment will leverage data and technology to effectively manage inquiry and enrollment pipelines. They will be responsible for all the processes associated with cultivating prospective student leads, and building and maintaining relationships with candidates that span across the enrollment timeline, from inquiry to registration. They will manage the day-to-day operations of the enrollment process.

    A bachelor’s degree in education, communication, or other related fields or a minimum of five years of admissions experience is required.
    Participation in a local Christian church and fully support LM’s mission, vision, core values, and Anabaptist tradition.
    Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills as well as a proven ability to work with colleagues and stakeholders at all levels.
    Experience with social media tools and techniques.
    A high level of energy, creativity, and flexibility.
    Excellent understanding of principles and techniques of enrollment activities.
    Requires some work in the evenings and weekends.

    Interested persons should send their application and resume to Human Resources at


  • Canner Operator

    Are you a hands-on person looking for a unique opportunity? MCC is seeking Canner Operators for its mobile meat canner which operates from October through April by traveling to 30 different locations in the U.S. During this time, MCC workers and volunteers preserve hundreds of thousands of cans of meat for communities in need across the globe. Canners are responsible for all aspects of the project, including operating steam and pressure vessels, coordinating volunteers, maintaining and communicating USDA regulations, and the maintenance of all machinery in the canning process. MCC is accepting applications until June 3rd by completing an online form here, by contacting, or by calling 1-888-563-4676



  • Senior Director of Information Technology

    Landis Communities logoProvides sound technical and servant leadership in all aspects, including communicating with team members, stakeholders, and customers to ensure technologies and information analytic tools are used appropriately. Actively supports the CFO and Senior Executive team with analysis and evaluation of technological trends and actively participates in the long-range planning process for the organization.



  • Part-Time Residence Hall Evening Cook

    Lancaster Mennonite School is seeking a part-time evening cook for our Residence Hall program for the 2024-2025 school year. The hours are Sunday through Thursday from 3:00 – 7:00 pm each day school is in session. Basic duties include preparing and serving high-quality meals for approximately 15-20 students. Applicants will be required to maintain a ServSafe Certification. Applicants should be culturally competent to serve within a diverse student body and should be committed to living out faith in an Anabaptist perspective.

    Interested persons should download an application, then send the completed application and resume to Human Resources at


  • Volunteer Tutors Needed

    EMM logoCORE tutoring is an after-school program dedicated to providing quality educational support to middle and high school immigrant students in a setting that fosters personal connections. We aim to bridge the literacy gap, strengthen foundational skills, and build mentoring relationships. Our goal is to support our students so that they can thrive in their education and become lifelong learners who are leaders in, and better their communities. This happens every Tuesday and Thursday at Neighbors Community Center at Hub450, 450 North Prince Street, Lancaster, Pa., from 3 to 5 p.m. Contact Beth Manyara at for more information and to apply.
  • Volunteer Jewelry Sorter(s)

    Jubilee Ministries is looking for volunteers to sort jewelry at our Lebanon location. The sorted jewelry will be sold in our thrift stores to support our Prison Chaplaincy and Aftercare Programs. If you are interested in applying for this volunteer opportunity, please click on the link below or contact our Volunteer Coordinator. Contact information can be found on the same page as the application.



  • Summer Youth Ministry leader

    EMM logoEastern Mennonite Missions seeks a summer youth ministry program leader. This is a full-time position for four months (April through mid-August). Must be detail-oriented and able to lead meetings and coordinate daily activities with youth and youth leaders. Apply by March 1 — begins April 15 (start can be flexible).

    Please visit for more information.



  • Volunteers

    EMM logoAre you looking for a meaningful opportunity to serve?  EMM is recruiting volunteers to serve in the receptionist area for four hours a week or as a volunteer driver when needed.  There are also opportunities to serve at Hub 450 with the refugee community.   Please contact Sherrie Ober at 717-898-2251 or email Sherrie at with your interest,   Thank you for your consideration.



  • Volunteer opportunities at Mennonite Life! 

    Giving back is a win-win-win!
    Gain energy and give energy by putting your talents to work for community benefit.

    Research has shown that volunteering creates a win-win-win! You gain energy, connections, and a sense of satisfaction from using your strengths to help others. Mennonite Life gains a boost from your partnership in our mission. And ultimately communities benefit – locally and beyond – from access to the histories, cultures, and stories of Mennonite life.


    • Host museum visitors and groups on one or both of our campuses
    • Assist customers in our research library and archives
    • Process accessions to our collections
    • Digitize documents and photographs for online accessibility
    • Sort donated used books for our annual Bookworm Frolic
    • Hands-on property maintenance tasks
    • Serve as a tour guide at the 1719 Museum (April-October)
    To learn more, or to apply as a volunteer or email or call 717.393.9745

    More info at Mennonite Life


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