Residential Seasonal Staff and Service Corps members are provided with living accommodations that support one’s ability to contribute, learn, and grow while at Omega. To this end, Omega seeks to provide a well-maintained, comfortable, and safe living environment.
Omega accommodations are rustic and simple. Sample images below are representative of lodging types and may not reflect the actual room you will be assigned:
Residential Seasonal Staff members (who work 35 hours per week) usually live in dorm style housing with a private bedroom and shared bathroom facilities.
Service Corps members (who serve up to 28 hours per week) live in tenting neighborhoods. These individuals bring their own tent to set up on provided tent platforms (8’x8’ and 10’x10’ in size) and bring a large tarp (20’x20’) for proper rain coverage.
Living on Omega’s campus is a truly special experience contingent upon one’s ability to offer professional and compassionate customer service and to act with care and respect for their living accommodations – and for the needs of fellow residents. Being conscious of others is especially important when it comes to sleep. Some seasonal team members perform tasks late into the evening, whereas others are up before dawn cooking breakfast or preparing the campus for the new day ahead. We abide by a 10pm-9am sound curfew to maintain a respectful quiet not only for our fellow seasonal team members, but also Omega’s guests and the neighbors who live nearby.