What is a Group Home Worker?

Group Home Worker Job Description

Group home workers help group home residents become independent and develop into productive citizens by monitoring their behaviors and teaching them life skills.



Typical Job Duties

• Getting clients to and from appointments by providing or facilitating transportation

• Function as a liaison between law enforcement, social services, client families and other organizations

• Admitting new clients and discharging clients who are leaving the home

• Monitor the behavior of clients which includes mediating disputes, counseling clients and removing dangerous items or substances from the home

• Teach clients how to live independently, which may include teaching skills such as how to prepare meals

• Prepare reports on the progress or regression of clients



Scholarships for Becoming a Group Home Worker

The Applicable Majors section below shows fields of study relevant to a career as a Group Home Worker. You can search for scholarships matched to those fields of study on our All Scholarships by Major page.


Success Tip: Be sure to apply for any scholarships that you even barely qualify for, as there are millions of dollars of scholarships that go unused every year due to a lack of applicants!





Applicable Majors

Studying one of the university majors listed below is an excellent starting point for becoming a Group Home Worker. Click on the links to find out what else you can do with these majors!


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