Collegiate Challenge Trips
12 volunteers, 5 days, 1 home
In the US, one of the best ways to get involved with Habitat for Humanity is through a Collegiate Challenge trip. On these trips, small groups of college students travel to various locations to help with the efforts of Habitat affiliates with the greatest need. Your choice to help with one of these projects is extremely meaningful to those whom who are helping, and makes a big difference in the community
We participate in four collegiate challenge trips a year, two over winter break and two over Spring break. The trip cost is $300 per person, which covers transportation, lodging, meals, and registration fee. We travel to warm locations, usually in the South (see below for past trip locations).
PHENIX CITY, AL
GOOSE CREEK, SC
Dade County, FL
Carissa Mysliwiec and Liliya Bandurovych prepare to install insulation
UIUC group poses in front of one of the homes they painted
Two UIUC Habitat members cut wood for a new home in Tucker.
UIUC Group poses in front of the Habitat for Humanity sign in Tucker, GA.
Two Habitat members work to install insulation in a home
UIUC group poses in front of a Habitat for Humanity mural in Texas.
Members of UIUC Habitat pause for a quick photo while building a roof
UIUC group poses with the Marion County Habitat for Humanity sign
UIUC group in front of the home they built with the Cisneros family