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NDC students are building homes for Habitat for Humanity this spring break.
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Students Blog About Building Homes

It has become a tradition at Notre Dame College that a group of service-oriented students spends its spring break building homes for Habitat for Humanity. This year, two student groups are volunteering their time to the cause. One group is spending the week in Cookeville, Tenn., while the other is working in Biloxi, Miss.

The 27 students are taking up Habitat’s “Collegiate Challenge,” a year-round alternative break program that connects students with one of the 200 Habitat affiliates throughout the country. Until March 5, the two groups will work in partnership with the local affiliates, the local communities and partner families to help eliminate poverty housing in the area.

The Biloxi group is blogging about its experiences daily. Read the blog here.