Not a contractor? Not a problem.

We are thrilled you’re considering volunteering with us! There are opportunities on the job site and in the office. Simply fill out the form below, and someone from our Frontier team will contact you.

Our Volunteers

Frontier Housing hosts participants from the AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps). AmeriCorps NCCC’s mission is to strengthen communities and develop leaders through direct, team-based national and community service. During their stay, AmeriCorps members help families build homes at Frontier’s Mutual Self-Help sites. The Mutual Self-Help program brings together homebuyers into build groups of 4-7 households, and Frontier construction crew members lead them through the process of cooperatively building their homes.

Bring your skills

Construction skills are not a must if you are volunteering with Frontier Housing – just a willingness to learn and a commitment to work. Frontier provides skill building and training, supervision, and major tools for each step of the building process.

Ethan Lewis is serving his country while serving Frontier Housing as a volunteer. 

The Rowan County Senior High School graduate enlisted in the U.S. Army in May 2011.

He is volunteering with the Frontier construction crew through the Army’s Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program. 

Ethan says he chose to volunteer with Frontier Housing because he loves giving back to the community. His father Tom works in Frontier’s construction division.

When the program ends for Ethan in May 2023, he will attend lineman school through Maysville Community & Technical College. 

Ethan was deployed for two tours in Afghanistan: Operation Enduring Freedom in 2012-2013 and Operation Freedom Centennial in 2020.

Thank you, Ethan for your service!

“It has been my honor and privilege to be associated for these 40 years with Frontier Housing, and to be a part of its great success in assisting the people who came to be my friends and neighbors in achieving the simple dream of a decent place to call home.”

-Charlie Carew, Early Volunteer