Here are all the open positions in our communities.
A boarding school community creating wholeness for children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through Waldorf education and therapies on two campuses 45 minutes from Philadelphia.
A unique village community of 250 people, some with developmental differences, sharing a full life together, caring for the earth and working as volunteers for the renewal of social, economic and cultural life.
Camphill Village Minnesota is home to 45 people, including adults with developmental disabilities, whose lives are woven into the rhythms of nature found on 525 acres of rolling hills, sparkling waterways, and prairies.
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is an agricultural and handcrafting community 45 minutes outside Philadelphia where 110 people, including adults with developmental disabilities, engage each other's unique abilities.
Triform supports young adults with special needs on their paths to greater independence through educational, vocational, social and life skills training programs in a nurturing community two hours from New York City.
Heartbeet is a vibrant lifesharing community of 50 people that includes adults with developmental disabilities and interweaves the social and agricultural realms for the healing and renewing of our society and the earth.
Camphill Communities California, an intentional community of 50 people, including adults with developmental disabilities, is located on six acres of gardens, orchards, and trails in the beautiful Monterey Bay area.
Camphill Ghent is a vibrant residential community for elders that offers a meaningful quality of life and a rich, active social program designed to support residents in maintaining their independence and joy of living.
At Plowshare, 50 people with a wide range of capabilities live and work side by side to build a caring, inclusive, and sustainable community that forges opportunities for each member to reach for their full potential.
The Cascadia Society is an integrated lifesharing community where each person is recognized, valued, and supported and shares educational, work and therapeutic experiences in the urban setting of Vancouver’s North Shore.
Glenora Farm creates an environment of creative and personal fulfilment where those who are in need of special care, and those who provide it, relate to each other as companions, rather than as professionals and clients. Located on Vancouver Island, our 100-acre biodynamic farm with 4 care homes is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Our day program provides both indoor and outdoor workshop opportunities for short term volunteers as well as both residential and non-residential companions with developmental challenges. We are a resourceful, hard working, creative and fun community and are looking for both short term and long term volunteers to join us as caregivers, workshop leaders, artistic activity leaders, and house coordinators.