Collegiate Challenge

Collegiate Challenge is an Alternative Sping Break program where student teams spend a week in Florida volunteering with Habitat Seminole-Apopka.  During this unique service program participants will:

  • Build homes for families while working on the construction site
  • Go green, for a cause, while volunteering at a Habitat Restore
  • Explore Florida while forming long-lasting friendships
  • Attend Collegiate Challenge Appreciation Night and enjoy a home cooked dinner

Group spots for the 2016 trips are filling-up fast! To view availability and registration information, please click here to visit the Collegiate Challenge website. Contact: Brit Duhrkoff

 

Youth United

Youth United is a Habitat for Humanity International program that engages youth with Habitat’s mission of building homes, communities and hope. The Habitat Seminole-Apopka Youth United program is comprised of 10-15 steering committee members, ranging in age from 16 to 18. Interested in joining? Fill out this Contact Form to be notified of our first meeting for the 2015-2016 school year!

Steering committee members commit to a full year of stewardship: attending monthly meetings, organizing initiatives and volunteering regularly on both the construction sites and at the ReStores.

Youth United Steering Committee applications are now being accepted for the 2015 - 2016 school year! Applications may be completed and submitted online here or may be downloaded here and e-mailed to Brit Duhrkoff at volunteer@habitat-sa.org or mailed to the Habitat Seminole-Apopka Office at PO Box 181010 Casselberry FL, 32718. Applications must be submitted electronically or postmarked by August 10th, 2015 for consideration.


                                      

 

                                    

The four tenets of Youth United

  •  Foster teamwork among diverse groups of youth.
  •  Educate youth about Habitat’s mission through service, advocacy, fundraising and building.
  • Encourage collaboration among Youth United members, the affiliate and local community
  •  Develop youth leadership through their actions and initiatives.