Employment


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We encourage you to complete your application online. You may also download the application (PDF), print it out and fill it in.

If you choose to complete a paper application, please mail it to:

      Hope House Foundation
      801 Boush Street, Suite 302
      Norfolk, VA 23510

Or fax it to 757.625.7775. Or, you can simply come by our office anytime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and fill it out there.

Got questions about the application or the job?

Call our hiring line at 757.625.6155. 


 

Kacy Connors-Boyters
Human Resources Director
757-625-6161, x522

Wondering what working at Hope House is really like? Kacy can give you the 411.

Kacy started at Hope House in 1994 as an intern. After graduating from Old Dominion University with her Bachelor of Science in Human Services and Counseling, she was hired as direct support staff. She worked her way up to Service Coordinator, then Team Coordinator, then Service Director. She’s done it all — and she can’t wait to tell you all about it. So send in that application now!

 

Kenyatta Corbett
Human Resources Manager
757.625.6161, x501

Kenya began working with Hope House Foundation in 2004 as a part-time direct support professional and fell in love with the agency’s mission and philosophy. Kenya has served in almost every team-based position, including serving as a leader of one of our teams for many years. She has served as a member of the administrative team, since 2013, supporting individuals by leading the Representative Payee Program.  Kenya enjoys combining her depth of experience from years in direct service and team support, as well as technical skills into her current position as Human Resources Manager.

 Kenya has her Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Norfolk State University, with concentrations in Psychology and Special Education. When she is not working, Kenya is spending time with her family as well as volunteering in the community. Volunteering allows her to share her time and talents with others, as well as, teach her two children, Kayla and Elias, that one person can make a difference. She believes wholeheartedly in the quote by Gandhi, “The best way to find yourself is in the service of others.” She is an avid reader and loves listening to music.