SERVICE MISSIONARIES and Polynesian Cultural Center
"Our feelings about the PCC can be summed up in two words - Ohana and Aloha- family and love. Whether you are at the PCC for a day or for a mission, the feeling is the same. It engulfs you and you can't deny it. It is universal and eternal--family and love." Paul and Mary Robinson (2014-2015)
Since its founding in 1963, the Polynesian Cultural Center has been the recipient of love and service from countless full-time missionaries and volunteers. These selfless couples and individuals have left a lasting legacy for the current and future students and employees of the Center. To this day, service missionaries and volunteers from all over the world have the opportunity to serve at the Polynesian Cultural Center. If you would like to serve as a service missionary or volunteer at the PCC, please continue to read the information below.
There are currently 60-65 full-time Latter-day Saint service missionaries at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Is it a sacrifice? Of course, but all of them feel like they've gained much more in return. For example, Polynesians in general revere their kupuna or elders, so our senior missionaries quickly become important members of our larger, extended family and are enveloped in the aloha spirit of our young employees. They often become mentors to these young people, plus they enjoy each other's company and at least weekly meet with all the other senior missionaries in the area.
We especially invite Polynesian couples to come and share their cultural knowledge and experience. Single women are also encouraged to apply. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints publishes online information on worldwide. For more information regarding missionary service at the Polynesian Cultural Center, please go to www.lds.org/senioropportunities.