Homestay Families for Maranatha High School at Maranatha High School
Pasadena, Altadena, Arcadia, Temple City, Alhambra, Monrovia

Maranatha High School is looking for Christian families to partner with us in providing a loving, caring home for our international students. This is a fabulous opportunity to share your family’s faith and traditions with an international student, impact young lives and share cultural experiences.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

·         Families who live in Pasadena and the surrounding cities (15-30 mins drive away from school).

·         Provide transportation for students to and from school and other extracurricular activities.

·         Bedroom for each student and designated bathroom (if hosting more than 1 student, the students can share a bathroom).

·         Three meals a day.

·         Monitor student’s academic progress.

·         Be an example of Christian maturity to students.

Be fully committed to Maranatha’s mission of providing a quality college preparatory education in an intentional Christ-honoring community of faith, belief and practice. Able to affirm through exhibiting personal and professional support of the School’s Mission, Statement of Faith and Lifestyle Statement
Stipend

A $1,400 per month stipend is provided.

 

If you are interested in Maranatha's  Homestay Program, please contact our International Student Homestay Coordinator, Angeline Chew at a_chew@mhs-hs.org or 626 817 4022. For more information, please go to https://www.maranathahighschool.org/list-detail?pk=100928&fromId=231282

 

Address

Maranatha High School
169 South Saint John Avenue
Pasadena, California 91105

Contact

Angeline Chew
626-817-4022
a_chew@mhs-hs.org

Website

www.maranathahighschool.org

Location
Pasadena, Altadena, Arcadia, Temple City, Alhambra, Monrovia
Job type
Full Time
Posted
Hours/week
40
Pay rate
$1400/month
Ordained position
No
Exempt status
Exempt
Skills
Adaptable
Collaboration
Leadership
Mentoring
Working with Adolescents
Industries
Educational Services