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Volunteer Orientations

If you are interested in volunteering at LoveWay for the first time you need to submit a Volunteer Application and attend one of our orientation sessions.  The next ones will be held in January.  Our Volunteer Application form is here.  Contact Jon, our Volunteer & Marketing Coordinator, to attend an orientation at or call 574-825-5666.

The Volunteer Orientations run for two hours, covering general LoveWay information, volunteer expectations and basic horse care.  The next times are:

Tue., Jan. 16 — 6-8 p.m.     ·     Wed., Jan. 17 — 10 a.m.-Noon

COLT Program to begin in February

We are excited about our new COLT program, designed to provide young people ages 14-18 with a variety of equestrian and leadership experiences—from horse care to teamwork to community involvement.  Elements of the program include horse care, leadership and teamwork, understanding disabilities, building both critical thinking and empathy, understanding the place of nonprofits in a community, and involvement in LoveWay programs and events.

The COLT program provides a great way to learn about horses, oneself and the various organizations at work in the community.  The COLT program follows the school year, with a new term in the fall, winter and summer.  There are 14 sessions per term.  COLT meets from 8-11 a.m. on Saturdays.  It will begin in February 2018.

There is currently a limit of 12 members per term.  Applicants must submit a completed application form, two completed reference forms and a non-refundable $10 application fee.  The forms are available below.

Application materials can be e-mailed to or dropped off at or mailed to: COLT Program, LoveWay Inc., 45151 County Road 33, Middlebury IN 46540.

COLT Application Form

COLT Reference Form

We are currently hiring!

LoveWay is looking for some exceptional people.  Here are the current opportunities:

LoveWay seeks one full- and one part-time PATH Certified Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor to provide transformational level class instruction, following LoveWay and PATH regulations and guidelines.  Our Instructors operate daily with special needs clients to empower Therapeutic Riding (TR) and Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) classes. Instructors direct Horse Leader and Side Walker volunteers to ensure safe and impactful sessions tailored to the individualized needs of the rider and should be passionate about LoveWay’s mission.

Job Description: PATH Instructor

A resume accompanied by a cover letter should be submitted to
For more information please email

Programs Manager 
LoveWay seeks a Programs Manager to provide remarkable and transforming experiences for our riders.  Oversees all programs, assures compliance with PATH accreditation, serves as ambassador to schools and other referring agencies, manages the program budget, may serve as Lead Instructor supervising and coaching Instructors and Instructors In Training, and instructs classes as needed. A PATH-certified Instructor with at least three years’ experience is preferred.

A resume accompanied by a cover letter should be submitted to
For more information please email