Words by Claire Stumbras
Photos by Laura Leatherman
Over spring break, the SU/ESF Habitat for Humanity chapter send 120 students to Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country and spent the week on construction sites providing volunteer labor. One of the six student-lead trips traveled to Franklin, West Virginia to (Read More) work with the Almost Heaven Habitat affiliate. The 18 students stayed in the mountains of West Virginia and helped construct two three-family homes. On time off, they went to Seneca Rocks, a popular hiking destination in the region. Students had the opportunity to learn about the need for affordable housing and experienced what it is like to be in one of the country’s poorest countries.