Seasonal Worker Outreach
The Christian Center of Park City, in partnership with employers and Park City service providers, is expanding our housing assistance initiative to creatively address the housing crisis specifically for international students who visit the community through a J1 Visa program. This program hopes to facilitate a welcoming community that is interested in housing these international students as a cooperative sharing experience for both the local families and international visitors.
International Student Housing Project
We are creating a cohort of families who will welcome these visitors into their homes by providing a room. The cohort will be a vetted group of families who will provide a safe and clean space for students at a below-market rental rate. The cohort will receive support through CCPC, Mountainlands and Mountain Mediation to support homeowners and students alike. Support will include guidance with issues that might arise between the host family and students, and help ensure experiential success for all parties. The cohort will have monthly opportunities for students and families to have shared unique cultural experiences provided by the participating employers and CCPC.
Do You Need Housing?
The Christian Center of Park City may be able to help! If you are participating in the J-1 Visa program and need housing, please fill out our housing application online (available in October).
For more information, contact Pete Stoughton at email@example.com.
Terms and Conditions: By submitting this application you understand that housing is not guaranteed, nor promised. Housing is subject to availability and placement match criteria.
Do you have a room in your home or rental available?
We are seeking housing for international students who will be working in Park City. These young adults are visiting and participating in the J-1 Visa program during the winter season.
Terms and Conditions: By submitting this application you understand that placement of renters is not guaranteed, nor promised. Placement is contingent on house inspections, background check and other verifications to ensure the safety and appropriateness of placement. Your contribution for this application is nonrefundable and will offset the costs of the application process.
Tuesday Nite Dinners for International Workers
Join Us Every Tuesday!
Tuesday Nite Dinners is one of our longest-running programs. Each winter, starting in January, we invite international student workers who are employed in Park City during the ski season to join us at CCPC for a FREE homemade meal, zany games, karaoke, and an opportunity to make new friends. Volunteers provide and serve meals and dessert and CCPC brings the games!
Tuesday Nite Dinners are held on the second floor of the Christian Center at 1283 Deer Valley Drive. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to get involved!