Terre Haute is a community revitalized with new downtown development, growing tourism assets, nationally-recognized facilities, and four higher education institutions. The Wabash Valley is a region rich in sports and outdoor recreation. With nationally recognized assets including the LaVern Gibson Cross Country Course and Griffin Bike Park, and quality associations such as the Terre Haute Quarter Midget Association, Terre Haute is the metropolitan hub that brings many visitors to the region for sports and recreation. Explore further throughout the Wabash Valley, and you'll find Springhill Soccer Complex, Strive 365, and the Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area, just to name a few.
We make it dead simple to find out which offers you qualify for. The application process starts with a quick eligibility check, and we won't waste your time if it's not a good fit.
Terre Haute is currently recruiting remote workers who:
Are employed full-time and able to relocate while retaining their current position, or
Are self-employed and able to relocate while retaining their current clients/portfolio
Earn at least $50,000 annually
Are U.S. citizens
Are 18 years or older
Currently reside outside of Indiana
Can relocate to Terre Haute within 6 months
In order to be considered by Terre Haute, you must provide proof of the above eligibility criteria
This community is participating in the MakeMyMove on-platform application process. Apply in a few minutes. You’ll receive a response to your application, and will have access to a team to help along the way.
Fill out our fast application form to share your information and why you’re interested in making a move.
Qualifying applicants will receive an introduction to the local sponsors of the program who will answer your questions, and help you decide if the community is the right fit.
Once you’ve been selected, we’ll confirm your eligibility for the program and facilitate a formal incentive offer from the community.
Accept the offer to reserve your spot, and let us know when you arrive to receive the incentive.