Dr. David Miller, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hendrick Home for Children, has announced his retirement at the end of the year. A search committee has begun a search for the new President of Hendrick Home for Children. The Board of Trustees hopes to select that person in the Fall, so that he or she can assume their duties by January 1, 2022.
Please contact David Miller at for more details and additional contact information.
Do you love working with students to shape their lives in a positive direction? Would you enjoy working with your spouse? Does managing a large-scale home and creating family traditions for those in your care sound appealing? Consider Houseparenting at the Milton Hershey School (MHS) in Hershey, Pennsylvania (the sweetest place on earth™).
Milton Hershey School Houseparents live and work in homes on campus with 8 to 12 school aged children. They are care-givers and role models for their students as they oversee the students’ daily lives. MHS Houseparents actively engage with students as they care for them and the home, so the children live & learn in caring well-structured homes. Houseparents also partner with the students, teachers, health professionals, administrators, & students’ parents/guardians to ensure students reach their full potential.
Additionally, Houseparents are responsible for administrative duties, home management, Sunday chapel attendance with students, meeting participation & training attendance.
Minimum starting salary per married couple is $71,808.00. Housing, utilities & meals are provided by nature of the job. Additionally, there is an excellent benefits package. Paid training and relocation assistance is provided.