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Beacon Hill exists to serve Alaska’s children in foster care and children at risk of going into foster care through the love of Christ. Our story began in 2009 when ten families began praying and giving to those in need, resulting in a shelter for homeless mothers and children. We opened our first foster care and adoption community resource center in Anchorage in 2014. Since that time, we have opened the Bargain Boutique, started Safe Families for Children, and launched the Heart Gallery of Alaska. Our services have grown to support families in Homer, Fairbanks, the MatSu Valley, and remote villages.  


Currently accepting applications and resumes for a Family Contact Trainer.


The Family Contact Trainer is responsible for providing “Family Contact Best Practices” training, follow up learning exchanges, and coaching for the transfer of learning supports to professionals, relative foster parents, foster parents, and volunteer Family Contact Supporters as outlined in the Family Contact Best Practices Guide for Professionals and in the Best Practices Guide for Family Time Supporters; responsible for providing technical assistance and consulting services to family contact providers on policies, protocols, and practices; responsible for networking with Family Contact provider agencies.  

Please submit complete application and resume to Dawn Paulson 


                                   Application                             Job Description

For information about making a difference through volunteering, please visit our Partner Page.  

Beacon Hill is committed to the principles of equal employment. We are committed to complying with all federal, state, and local laws providing equal employment opportunities, and all other employment laws and regulations.

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