Covenant House Missouri Career Fairs

At Covenant House Missouri (CHMO), our employees are essential to our success. We value, respect, and embrace the many talents and gifts that a diverse team brings and understand diverse individuals can collectively work together to best assist our clients to reach their goals. As such, CHMO strives to be inclusive by seeing beyond visible differences and supporting each individual in the context of their reality, background, experience, skills, and perspectives that make one unique. This approach allows us to work with the youth we serve and the staff who support our mission in a respectful and meaningful way.

Please join us from 3pm – 7:30pm to learn more about Covenant House Missouri and our current openings.

When:

Tue, February 28, 2017
Thu, April 6, 2017
Wed, June 14, 2017
Tue, August 15, 2017

Where:

Covenant House Missouri
2727 N. Kingshighway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63113

Parking and entrance through gated parking area to the left from Maffitt. Press the gate button to be let in.

What to Expect

  • Come interview ready with an up to date resume
  • Check in at the front desk when you arrive
  • Complete required paperwork: an application and on-line assessment
  • Meet current staff to find out about CHMO
  • Meet with interviewers

We strive to recruit, develop, and maintain an engaged workforce and encourage passionate, professional individuals to review our current openings listed on our website.

For More Information, Contact

Rebecca Guzman at 314.450.7674 or rguzman@covenanthousemo.org

Donations Temporarily Down For Maintenance

The Donation Page for Covenant House Missouri is temporarily down for maintenance.

Please call Nancy Totland at 314-450-7670 if you would like to make a donation today.
Thank you for your patience. We will release a statement when it is updated.

CHMO Thanks The Sharing Fund for Their Support and Donation

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Thank You to the Following Sponsors

Diamond

Drury Hotels
Rachel Keller & Dana Sjostedt
David & Colleen Wasinger

Platinum

Lee Albright – National Petition Management | Cozad Company LLC | Fuse Advertising Honorable Tim & Suzanne Jones and Leadership for America | The Kelley Group Dr. Arthur B. Laffer and Arthur B. Laffer, Jr. | Plancorp Financial Services | CapitalHQ | Republican Party of Kentucky Axiom Strategies | Slay & Associates | Janie & Andy Arnold | Dick & Sharon Zitzmann

Gold

Todd & Melanie Abrajano | Carl and Debbie Bearden | Stephen & Camilla Brauer | Your team at BDO Marc Ellinger – Blitz, Bardgett and Deutsch, LC | Gamble & Schlemier | Allied Intelligence, LLCRepresentative Elijah Haahr | Tricia & Louis Hamilton | Georgann & John Hancock | Brent &Deanna HemphillAdvanced Nursing Services, Inc. | STLCRE.com | Mike and Patti Intravia | Missouri Alliance for FreedomBommarito Infinity West County | Midwest Block & Brick | Nemetz Financial Services | Rachel & Jack OliverSenator Bob and Allison Onder | Bill & Bev Randles | Laura & Tim Reeves | Nancy Rice | Ed RhodeCommittee to Elect Ron Richard | Senator Kurt & Stacia Schaefer | Treasurer-Elect Eric Schmitt Kevin and Patti Short – Clayton Capital Partners | McCarthy Leonard & Kaemmerer – Stephen J. Smith, Partner Citizens for Steve Stenger | Congresswoman Ann & Mr. Ray Wagner | In Memory of Vic Van Dyne

Silver

Tyler & Tracey Alcorn | AT&T | Patrick & Meagan Butler | Moresource, Inc. | Tom & Molly Dempsey Representative Shamed Dogan | Senator Bill Eigel | Enterprise Holdings, Inc. | Chris Faulbaum & KCAC Aviation Robinson Construction | Representative Elect Derek Grier | Representative Justin Hill Jerry M. Hunter Attorney at Law | David & Claire Jackson | Keith Kirk | Senator Elect Andrew Koenig Representarive Donna Lichtengger | Representative John McCaherty | Nina & Brian Murphy | Heidi & Tim Pohlman Representative Holly Rehder | Saint Louis University | Rome West Realty | Debbie Schneider & Allen McClelland Representative Dan Shaul | Senator Scott Sifton | Brenda & Jim Talent | KDNL ABC30 | Lukasz R. Tomicki Senator Jay & Retha Wasson | Citizens for Wiemann | The Wilkinson Group | KTRS

Bronze

Scott & Aubrey Armstrong | David Boesch | Cassie & Eddie Bliss | Mark Brandom | Representative Eric BurlisonRuda Cohen & Associates | Mark Dugan | Peter Franzen | Gallagher Consultants | Brandon Goodwin | Becky & Joe Green Rob & Heather Glessner | Jerry D. Hobbs | Representative Tila Hubrecht | Stephen Pollock & Jaclyn AlbrightSenator Jeanie Riddle | Jerome Schlichter | The Schindler Law Firm, PC | Representative Bryan Spencer Jeff Warnhoff | Terry & Sue Weinacht

Laura and Brad Partridge will Co-Chair 2016 Sleep Out

Senior Leader at St. Louis-Based Ascension, the World’s Largest Catholic Health System, Brings Awareness to Youth Homelessness

Covenant House Missouri (CHMO) is honored to announce that Laura and Brad Partridge will co-chair the fifth annual Sleep Out: Executive Edition on November 17, 2016. This incredible event gathers together prominent St. Louis leaders who each promise to raise at least $5,000 and spend one night outside on the CHMO parking lot to support Covenant House Missouri’s efforts to empower youth from homelessness to independence.

Partridge, a member of CHMO’s Board of Directors, was a “Sleeper” last year. “Before we went outside, we had the opportunity to meet and interact with the youth,” Partridge says. “I met a girl whose parents died and lived for a time shuffling between other relatives and on the streets before coming to Covenant House. Now, she is on a path toward a better future.”

Sleep Out: Executive Edition is a national event, and the current 17 Covenant House sites in the United States and Canada participate on the same night. As Vice President of Strategy for St. Louis-based Ascension Health, the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, Partridge hopes to build teams across the country. “Ascension’s Mission calls me to serve those who are vulnerable and to be an advocate for a compassionate and just society through my actions and my words,” Partridge says. “I was motivated to sleep out and support Covenant House of Missouri’s efforts to empower those they serve to pursue a life of opportunity because I can think of no greater injustice or condition of vulnerability than being a homeless young person.”

This event will be the fifth Sleep Out hosted by Covenant House Missouri. Last year the event was co-chaired by Express Scripts Chief Executive Officer and President, Tim Wentworth, and his wife Robin. Together, the Wentworths led a group of more than 20 executives to raise $283,000, a record for the event.

To participate in Covenant House Missouri’s Sleep Out: Executive Edition as a Sleeper or Sponsor, please contact Sue King, Executive Director, at 314.450.7661.

FY 2015 Annual Report Now Available!

Covenant House Missouri is proud to share with you our fiscal year 2015 Annual Report.

We are grateful to the donors, volunteers and friends of CHMO who empowered nearly 4,000 youth who were homeless or disconnected to design their own paths to independence.

You are a crucial piece to providing holistic, individualized services to young people building lives off the streets.

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Learn More About CHMO Events

Covenant House Missouri hosts two events annually.

On November 19, 2016, leaders in the metropolitan St. Louis community are invited to raise awareness and funds for the youth who are designing their own paths to independence at Covenant House Missouri.

On April 29, 2017, friends and supporters of Covenant House Missouri are invited to attend the 9th annual Stan Musial Hall of Fame Gala. This elegant evening features a dinner, silent and live auctions, and presentations of the Stan Musial Hall of Fame Award and the Lillian Musial Beacon of Hope Award.

To learn more or add your name or email to a reminder list, please contact Kristine Mannecke, Director of Advancement.

8th Annual Stan Musial Hall of Fame Gala a Success!

On January 23, 2016, nearly 300 guests gathered at the Four Seasons St. Louis to show their support for Covenant House Missouri during the 8th Annual Stan Musial Hall of Fame Gala.

The elegant evening raised more than $227,000 net for the organization’s important mission. Through holistic, individualized programs including mental health, education and career development, residential and community outreach services, Covenant House Missouri is empowering youth 16-21 years old to design their own paths to independence.

Co-chairs Cheryl & Jon Nienas welcomed the attendees and introduced Sue Wagener, Executive Director of CHMO. Sue shared the great progress Covenant House Missouri is making and also highlighted its three-year strategic plan for elevating the important work of CHMO.

Janet Musial Schwarze, Martin Schwarze and Jeff Musial presented the Stan Musial Hall of Fame Award to two Covenant House Missouri alumni, Saudi Crudup and Cindy Dixon. Crudup is now a naval reservist and foster father to his two younger sisters. Dixon recently graduated from University Missouri – St. Louis with a Bachelor of Science degree and is working at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

Master of Ceremonies and auctioneer Dave Schumacher led the live auction, which featured a VIP kart experience at Gateway Motor Speedway, a drive in a Tesla Model S, and a personalized boxing glove from Evander Holyfield, who as a guest at the Gala.

Following a moving video featuring CHMO graduate Caleb, Schumacher then led the Fund-A-Youth portion of the live auction. Guests raised their paddles to donate to important programs and services designed to empower youth.

Wagener then returned to the stage to honor Dan Woods with the Lillian Musial Beacon of Hope Award. Woods has served as a board member for nine years, offering his wisdom and insight through various committees and strategic initiatives.

Following the conclusion of the gala program, guests enjoyed the music of Sarah Jane and the Blue Notes.

Photos from the event are available online. We are grateful to Town & Style St. Louis and Ladue News for also capturing moments from the evening.

Covenant House Missouri thanks its Gala sponsors:

Visionary
Jeanne & Rex Sinquefield
Koman

Champion
The Compardo Team at Moneta Group
Edward Jones

Guardian
Ascension
Kate Ewing
Amy & Curtis Francois
Doreen & Tom Gilliam, Sr.
Shevon Harris, Esq. – The Harris Law Firm
Marty & Andrew Hereford
Donna & Paul Kindl
Lori & Jim Klimt – Duke Manufacturing, Inc.
Kopytek/Commercial Bank of Westport
Cheryl & Jon Nienas
Northwestern Mutual-St. Louis – Gerard M. Hempstead, Managing Partner
Laura & Brad Partridge
Judy & Dave Smith
SSE
Stifel
Julie & Dan Woods

Advocate
Rodney Gee

 

 

Sleep Out Featured in Town & Style Magazine

CHMO’s Sleep Out: Executive Edition was the cover story of Town & Style magazine’s Oct. 28 issue. The cover featured Tim Wentworth, President, Express Scripts, and his wife Robin, as well as CHMO youth Patience and recent CHMO graduate Caleb.

The article highlights the crucial work of CHMO as we empower youth to design their own paths to independence. It touches on innovative shifts in residential and education services, and focuses on providing young people with a positive future.

Read the full article to learn more our innovative approaches.

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