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Act! Speak! Build! Week
Act! Speak! Build! Week is Habitat’s international, student-initiated week of advocacy. Young people, ages 5 to 25, work in partnership with local affiliates to plan and host events focused on ending poverty housing. For more information, visit www.habitatyouthprograms.org/actspeakbuild .

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Steffan Hacker

   

AmeriCorps
AmeriCorps offers people of all ages the opportunity to devote one year to full-time service with Habitat for Humanity affiliates around the country. AmeriCorps members work in construction or in capacity-building positions, like volunteer management and resource development. For more information, visit http://www.habitat.org/americorps.

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Rebecca Hines

   

Campus Chapters
Campus chapters are student-led, student-initiated organizations on high school or college campuses that partner with the local Habitat affiliate to advocate, educate, build and fund-raise. For more information on the Campus Chapters program, visit www.habitatyouthprograms.org/campuschapters.

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Will Crocker

   

Collegiate Challenge
Collegiate Challenge is a year-round alternative break program that offers groups of five or more students, 16 years of age and older, the opportunity to visit one of the 250 host affiliates throughout the U.S. Each year, thousands of students spend one week working in partnership with local affiliates, local communities and partner families to help eliminate poverty housing. For more information on Collegiate Challenge, visit www.habitatyouthprograms.org/colchal.

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Steffan Hacker

   

Teacher and Youth Leader Resources
Habitat provides project plans, non-building activity ideas and curriculum to get young people involved and to educate them about poverty and Habitat’s mission. Schools, Sunday schools, scout troops and a variety of other groups are using the resources to educate and inspire young people to make a difference! To get more information and view resources, visit www.habitatyouthprograms.org.

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Steffan Hacker

   

Youth United
Youth United is an affiliate-driven program in which community youth come together to completely fund and build a Habitat home. Youth ages 5 to 25 serve as the leaders, planners, fund-raisers and public relations specialists, while youth ages 16 to 25 build the house on site. For more information, visit www.habitatyouthprograms.org/youthunited.

High resolution photo available for download.

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Photo Credit: HFHI/Steffan Hacker